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Bo Carter Vol. 4 (1936-1938)

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It's Too Wet
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Dinner Blues
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Ain't Nobody Got It
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Cigarette Blues
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Pussy Cat Blues
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The Ins And Outs Of My Girl
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All Around Man - Part 2
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Bo Carter's Advice
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Doubled Up In A Knot
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Worried G Blues
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Your Biscuits Are Big Enough For Me
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Don't Mash My Digger So Deep
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Flea On Me
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Got To Work Somewhere
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Sue Cow
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Shake 'Em On Down
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A Girl For Every Day Of The Week
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Trouble In Blues
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World In A Jug
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Who's Been Here?
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Whiskey Blues
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Shoo That Chicken
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Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 64:34

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