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Hillbilly Willie's Blues, Vol. 1

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01
Writin' Paper Blues
3:14  
02
Stole Rider Blues
3:11  
03
Mama, Tain't Long 'Fo Day
3:04  
04
Mr. Mctell Got the Blues
2:24  
05
Mr. Mctell Got the Blues (Alternate Version)
2:27  
06
Three Women Blues
2:38  
07
Dark Night Blues
2:53  
08
Statesboro Blues
2:36  
09
Loving Talking Blues
2:41  
10
Atlanta Strut
3:13  
11
Travelin' Blues
3:17  
12
Come on Around to My House Mama
3:06  
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 34:44

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