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Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe Vol. 3 (1931 - 1932)

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I Don't Want That Junk Out You
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Crazy Cryin' Blues
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Tricks Ain't Walking No More
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Don't Bother It
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Today Today Blues
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Lay My Money Down (If You Run Around)
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Hard Down Lie
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Somebody's GotTo Help You
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Pickin' The Blues
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Let's Go To Town
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Soo Cow Soo
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After While Blues
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Fishin' Blues
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Jailhouse Trouble Blues
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Outdoor Blues
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Where Is My Good Man?
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You Stole My Cake
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Kind Treatment Blues
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You Know You Done Me Wrong
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Joliet Bound
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Stranger's Blues
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Socket Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 66:37

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They Say All Music Guide

The third volume in Document’s series picks up in early 1931, with the Depression era in full swing; although Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe were still actively recording, very little of their material was actually seeing release. Ironically, these were some of the duo’s finest sides to date, with Minnie’s vocals and guitar work achieving new peaks of poignancy and intensity; with “Shake Mattie” and “My Wash Woman’s Gone,” she introduces her bottleneck style, while on “Let’s Go to Town” she and Joe face off in a fiery instrumental duel. The latter half of the collection, recorded in New York, focuses on more traditional material; their rendition of the minstrel song “Fishin’ Blues” is widely assumed to be the inspiration for subsequent versions by Son House, Bumble Bee Slim and many others. – Jason Ankeny

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