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The Complete Sun Recordings

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Boogie In The Park
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Gotta Let You Go (Nappy Headed Woman)
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When I'm Gone (Treat Me Mean And Evil)
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Dorothy Mae
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Tiger Man (King Of The Jungle)
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She May Be Yours (Version 1)
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She May Be Yours (Version 2)
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We All Gotta Go (Sometime) (Vesion 1)
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We All Gotta Go (Sometime) (Version 2)
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We All Gotta Go (Sometime) (Version 3)
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We All Gotta Go (Sometime) (Version 4)
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Keep Your Arms Around Me
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Got A New Woman (I)
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I'm A Poor Boy
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Reap What You Sow w/ Mose Vinson
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Mistreatin Boogie w/ Mose Vinson
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Hydramatic Woman w/ Mose Vinson
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Tiger Man w/ Mose Vinson
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 52:36

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John Morthland has been writing about music since the days of electronically rechanneled stereo and duophonic sound. His name has darkened the mastheads of Roll...more »

04.22.11
Joe Hill Louis, The Complete Sun Recordings
Label: Sun Records

Louis, who played guitar, drums and rack harmonica simultaneously, was the first artist to have a record released (rather than leased to another label) by Sam Phillips, who had a soft spot for one-man bands, that kissin 'cousin to Memphis jug bands. In August, 1950, Joe Hill's jaunty, upbeat "Gotta Let You Go" b/w the very cool "Boogie in the Park" appeared on Sam's Phillips label, which then promptly folded (with Louis going to Modern… read more »

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