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Herschel Brown 1928 - 1929

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01
Nobody Loves Me (Take 1)
3:04
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Nobody Loves Me (Take 2)
3:14
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Down Yonder
3:07
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Liberty (41958)
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Shanghai Rag
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New Talking Blues
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Talking Nigger Blues
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Corn Shucking Party In Georgia
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Home Brew Party
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Soldier's Joy
3:05
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I Wish That Gal Was Mine
3:26
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Rockingham
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Old Time Tune Medley
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Spanish Rag
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Kohalo Rag
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New Talking Blues No. 2
3:17
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Nigger Talking Blues No. 2
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Liberty (402372)
3:21
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Alabama Breakdown
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Okeh Washboard Breakdown
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County Fair - Part 1
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County Fair - Part 2
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Barbecue Down In Georgia - Part 2
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 73:01

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OOPS

slipry

Has no-one noticed that the running order for this is back to front? The first track is obviously NOT "Nobody loves me", but "Barbecue down in Georgia" and the complete order of titles is reversed.

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Shanghai Blues is . . .

PF

Alabama Jubilee. Stringband's of this era frequently recorded well known songs under different titles. This is one example.

They Say All Music Guide

For completists, specialists and academics, Document’s Complete Recorded Works (1928-29) is invaluable, offering an exhaustive overview of Herschel Brown’s early recordings. For less dedicated listeners, the disc is a mixed blessing. There are some absolutely wonderful, classic performances on the collection, but the long running time, exacting chronological sequencing, poor fidelity (all cuts are transferred from original acetates and 78s), and number of performances are hard to digest. The serious blues listener will find all these factors to be positive, but enthusiasts and casual listeners will find that the collection is of marginal interest for those very reasons. – Thom Owens

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