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Mr. Armstrong Plays The Blues - 1925 (Original Jazz Sound)

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Gambler's Dream
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Sunshine Baby
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Adam and Eve Had the Blues
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Put It Where I Can Get It
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Wash Woman Blues
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I've Stopped My Man
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Listen to Ma
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Low Land Blues
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Kid Man Blues
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Court House Blues
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Dead Drunk Blues
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Have You Ever Been Down
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Lazy Man Blues
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The Flood Blues
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 42:42

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