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Curley Weaver (1933-1935)

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No No Blues
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Leg Iron Blues
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Some Cold Rainy Day
Artist: Curley Weaver with Ruth Willis
2:42
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Tippin' Tom
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Birmingham Gambler
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Tampa Strut
Artist: The Georgia Browns
2:58
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Decatur Street 81
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Next Door Man (Take 1)
Artist: The Georgia Browns
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Next Door Man (Take 2)
Artist: The Georgia Browns
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It Must Have Been Her
Artist: The Georgia Browns
2:54
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Who Stole De Lock?
Artist: The Georgia Browns
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Joker Man
Artist: Curley Weaver with Willie McTell
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You Was Born To Die
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Dirty Mistreater
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Black Woman
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City Cell Blues
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Empty Room Blues
3:20
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Tricks Ain't Walking No More
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Sometime Mama
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Oh Lawdy Mama
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Two Faced Woman
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Early Morning Blues
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Fried Pie Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 70:26

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