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Memphis Minnie Vol. 4 (1938-1939)

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I Hate To See The Sun Go Down
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As Long As I Can See You Smile
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Has Anyone Seen My Man?
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Good Biscuits
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I've Been Treated Wrong
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Keep On Walking
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Keep On Eating
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I'd Rather See Him Dead
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Diggin' My Potatoes
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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A.B.C. Blues
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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Bone Yard Blues
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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My Black Buffalo
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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Tuff Luck Blues
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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Key To The World
Artist: Memphis Minnie with Little Son Joe
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Black Widow Stinger
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Good Soppin' (Take 3)
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Poor And Wandering Woman Blues
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Bad Outside Friends
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Worried Baby Blues
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Call The Fire Wagon
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Low Down Man Blues
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Don't Lead My Baby Wrong
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Keep Your Big Mouth Closed
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 63:11

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They Say All Music Guide

The fourth volume in the series opens with Memphis Minnie’s lone 1938 studio date; backed by mondolinist (and former brother-in-law) Charlie McCoy, the session possesses elements of the classic string band sound, with sides like “I’d Rather See Him Dead” and “Good Biscuits” among the most sexually explicit in her catalog. The remaining material, all cut in February 1939, is comprised of guitar-duet accompaniments with Little Son Joe, heralding the format consistent throughout the majority of Minnie’s pre-war recordings; indeed, as stellar performances of “Keep Your Big Mouth Closed” and “Low Down Man Blues” indicate, perhaps no other arrangement was more ideally suited to her unique style. – Jason Ankeny

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