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Screamin' And Hollerin' The Blues - The Worlds Of Charley Patton

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Disc 1 of 7
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Pony Blues
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A Spoonful Blues
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Down The Dirt Road Blues (Over the Sea Blues)
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Prayer Of Death Part 1
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Prayer Of Death Part 2
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Screamin' And Hollerin' The Blues
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Banty Rooster Blues
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Tom Rushen Blues
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It Won't Be Long
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Shake It And Break It (But Don't Let It Fall Mama)
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Pea Vine Blues
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Mississippi Boweavil Blues
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Lord I'm Discouraged
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I'm Goin' Home
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Snatch It And Grab It
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A Rag Blues
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How Come Mama Blues (Deeble Bum Blues)
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Voice Throwin' Blues
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Disc 2 of 7
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I Shall No Be Moved/High Water Everywhere Part I
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Hammer Blues/High Water Everywhere Part II
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I Shall Not Be Moved
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Rattlesnake Blues
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Going To Move To Alabama
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Hammer Blues - (take 2)
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Joe Kirby
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Frankie And Albert
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Devil Sent The Rain Blues
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Magnolia Blues
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Running Wild Blues
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Some Happy Day
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Mean Black Moan
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Green River Blues
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That's My Man
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Honey Dripper Blues No. 2
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Eight Hour Woman
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Nickel's Worth Of Liver Blues No. 2
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Disc 3 of 7
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Elder Greene Blues/Jim Lee Part I
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Some These Days I'll Be Gone/Jim Lee Part II
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Mean Black Cat Blues
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Jesus Is A Dying-Bed Maker
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Elder Greene Blues - (take 1)
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When Your Way Gets Dark
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Some These Days I'll Be Gone - (take 2)
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Heart Like Railroad Steel
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Circle Round The Moon
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You're Gonna Need Somebody When You Die
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Be True Be True Blues
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Farrell Blues
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Tell Me Man Blues
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Come Back Corrina
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Disc 4 of 7
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Some Summer Day
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Bird Nest Bound
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Future Blues
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M&O Blues
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Walkin' Blues
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My Black Mama Part I
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My Black Mama Part II
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Preachin' The Blues Part I
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Preachin' The Blues Part II
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Dry Spell Blues Part I
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Dry Spell Blues Part II
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All Night Long Blues - (take 1)
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On The Wall
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All Night Long Blues - (take 2)
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By The Moon And Stars
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Long Ways From Home
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Disc 5 of 7
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Dry Well Blues
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Moon Going Down
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We All Gonna Face The Rising Sun
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Moaner Let's Go Down In The Valley
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Jesus Got His Arms Around Me
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God Won't Forsake His Own
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I'll Be Here
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Where Was Eve Sleeping?
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I Know My Time Ain't Long
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Watch And Pray
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Paramount Test 1 April 19, 1930 Headlines
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Paramount Test 2 April 12, 1930 Headlines
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High Sheriff Blues
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Stone Pony Blues
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Jersey Bull Blues
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Hang It On The Wall
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34 Blues
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Love My Stuff
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Poor Me
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Revenue Man Blues
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Troubled 'Bout My Mother
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Oh Death
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Yellow Bee
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Mind Reader Blues
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Disc 6 of 7
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Booze And Blues - (with Ma Rainey)
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The Crowing Rooster - (with Walter Rhodes)
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I Will Turn Your Money Green - (with Furry Lewis)
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Ham Hound Crave - (with Rube Lacy)
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Bye Bye Blues - (with Tommy Johnson)
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Maggie Campbell - (with Tommy Johnson)
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Big Road Blues - (with Tommy Johnson)
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Kansas City Blues - (with William Harris)
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Rowdy Blues - (with Kid Bailey)
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Mississippi Bottom Blues - (with Kid Bailey)
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Cold Woman Blues - (with Blind Joe Reynolds)
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Sitting On Top Of The World - (with Mississippi Sheiks)
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Just A Spoonful - (with Charley Jordan)
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Banty Rooster - (with Blind Pete/george Ryan)
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My Grey Pony - (with Big Joe Williams)
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Dark Road Blues - (with Willie Lofton Trio)
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Blues - (with Unknown Convict)
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Sic 'Em Dogs On - (with Bukka White)
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Po' Boy - (with Bukka White)
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Make Me A Pallet On The Floor - (with Willie Brown
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County Farm Blues - (with Son House)
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Saddle My Pony - (with Howlin' Wolf)
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Forty Four - (with Howlin' Wolf)
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Too Close - (Staple Singers)
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Disc 7 of 7
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The Howlin' Wolf - (interviewed By Pete Welding)
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 1
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 2
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 3
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 4
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 5
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 6
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 7
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 10
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 11
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 12
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 13
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Booker Miller - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 15
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 1
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 2
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 3
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 4
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 6
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 7
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 8
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Hc Speir - (interviewed By Gayle Dean Wardlow) 9
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Roebuck "pops" Staples - (interviewed By Chris Strachwitz)
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The Holy Grail of Delta Blues...

tanta07

Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues is the most lavish, lovingly-produced box set ever made. Since this is Emusic, and we're only talking about the music, there's still an embarassment of riches here. You get all of Patton's recorded sides, which are of course legendary, and reproduced with the best sound quality at the time. You also get recordings of artists who played with Patton, such as Son House, Willie Brown, Louise Johnson and the Big Delta Four. You also get tracks from Patton contemporaries such as Ma Rainey, Tommy Johnson and Kid Bailey. This is a stunning collection of Delta blues that is not to be passed up. 84 credits sounds like a lot, right? It would be a bargain at twice that many.

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Worth It's Weight In Plutonium

StayHungry

The primordial sludge from whence modern music emerged, painstakingly remastered.

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This is the Charley Patton To Get

Smokeorange

There are other compilations with the same songs, but this collection is complete and beautifully mastered. Although Robert Johnson is more etherial,and Muddy Waters grittier, Patton gets my vote for greatest bluesman ever. His work covers the whole spectrum of human emotion, from despair (Lord I'm Discouraged) to joy (Screamin and Cryin the Blues) and everything in between.

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Great Music--Minus the Box

MadDogM13

An amazing collection of seminal Delta blues from Patton and various compatriots. The only problem is that the original package has so much stuff in it (detailed track analyses, John Fahey's grad school thesis on Patton, case that looks just like old 78-RPM disk packaging) that you miss a lot by just getting the tunes. Of course, you also save $100+...

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Revering Revenant Records

By John Morthland, Contributor

You can't say Revenant Records doesn't do right by its artists. Consider Exhibit A, the label's spectacular Grammy-winning box set, Screamin 'and Hollerin 'the Blues - The Worlds Of Charley Patton. There's a copy sitting on the corner of my desk right now - taking up more space than the Compact Oxford English Dictionary, I might add. The box's binder, the kind that used to hold the 78 rpm records that made up an "album,"… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Perhaps the most sumptuous, nay incredible, box set package ever devised for a blues artist, this lavish production contains seven CDs that not only contain everything Patton recorded as a soloist, but a ton of peripheral tracks to which he contributed or was associated. Yes, this has all 54 known extant Patton performances (including four unissued alternate takes), but that is, quite literally, not the half of it. There are also cuts recorded by other acts at Patton’s sessions, including Walter Hawkins, Edith North Johnson, Henry Sims, Willie Brown, Son House, Louise Johnson, the gospel quartet the Delta Big Four, and Bertha Lee. Some of these he played on; some of them he might have played on; and some of them he didn’t play on, though he knew (or might have known, anyway) the musicians. There are even a couple of test recordings of Paramount talent scout H.C. Speir reading headlines, which takes even this sort of fanaticism to the extreme, but why not the whole nine yards, right? Then there’s an entire disc of tracks by other blues artists, spanning 1924 to 1957 (though mostly weighted toward the early years of that period), spotlighting songs that were related to Patton’s repertoire, or inspired in some way by songs in his discography. That CD includes some pretty big names, like Ma Rainey, Furry Lewis, Tommy Johnson, Howlin’ Wolf, Son House, Joe Williams, and even the Staple Singers, though room’s also made for unknowns, including one “Blues” by Unidentified Convict. And then there’s an entire disc of interviews about Patton with Howlin’ Wolf, Rev. Booker Miller, H.C. Speir, and Pops Staples; the Rev. Booker Miller portion is more entertaining than most such spoken recordings, as he occasionally plays some guitar himself to illustrate points. Patton’s own tracks are consistently inspired Delta blues, though the sound quality inevitably varies widely, sometimes coming through quite clearly, at other times fighting a wall of static. One’s interest in the non-Patton selections, other than those on the solid CD of Patton-related tunes and Patton-inspired performers, might vary. Certainly the Son House 1930 recordings (including “Preachin’ the Blues”) are classic Delta blues songs in any setting, as are the far more obscure ones by Willie Brown. However, others, such as the ones by Edith North Johnson and the Delta Big Four, bear vaudevillian jazz and gospel influences that Delta blues fans might not take a shine to. The non-Patton tracks, too, sometimes suffer from unavoidably poor sound quality due to the extremely rough shape of the only surviving original copies.

On top of all this, the packaging is extraordinary by any measure, and would take a lengthy review in itself to even cursorily summarize. Suffice it to say that if you’re a serious Patton fan (and it’s hard to imagine you’ll get this if you’re not), you’re in for several hours of entertainment even when the CDs aren’t in the stereo. The set is packaged like a vintage, full-sized photo album, in the manner “albums” of discs were assembled prior to the invention of the 33 1/3 RPM LP, with slots for each of the seven CDs. There are 128 pages of portfolio-sized liner notes, including essays on Patton and his records, transcriptions of all of the lyrics, stories behind most of the songs/tracks, a “thematic catalogue” of Patton’s music, photos, reproductions of old advertisements for 78s, repros of the labels on the original 78s, even an interview with a noted bluesologist about collecting original releases from the artist. Thrown in is the complete 112-page book that John Fahey wrote about Patton in 1970 (an actual book, separate from the liner notes) as part of a series of monographs for Blues Paperbacks, and a reprint of the liner notes Bernard Klatzko wrote for the first Patton compilation, The Immortal Charlie Patton.

Due to the expense and zealous completism of this release, most blues fans will be content to limit themselves to an intelligent single-CD compilation of Patton’s work, such as Yazoo’s Founder of the Delta Blues. If you have any serious hunger to go beyond that, though, and are wondering whether to splurge on this museum-quality piece — do it. It truly is the last word, and one of the most impressively packaged box sets in all of popular music. – Richie Unterberger

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