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Library Of Congress 1941-1942 - Sessions

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Am I Right Or Wrong
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American Defense
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Camp Hollers
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Country Farm Blues
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Delta Blues
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Depot Blues
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Fo' Clock Blues
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Government Fleet Blues
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Levee Camp Blues
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Low Down Dirty Dog Blues
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Shetland Pony Blues
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Special Rider Blues - I
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Special Rider Blues - II
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The Jinx Blues, Pt. 1
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The Jinx Blues, Pt. 2
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The Key Of Minor
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The Pony Blues
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Walking Blues - I
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Walking Blues - II
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