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Classic Appalachian Blues from Smithsonian Folkways

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My Baby's Gone
Artist: Sticks McGhee
3:49
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Louise Blues
Artist: Big Chief Ellis with Cephas and Wiggins
5:19
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Sitting on Top of the World
Artist: Doc Watson
3:01
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Railroad Bill
Artist: John Jackson
3:37
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Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
Artist: Bill Williams
2:20
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You Don't Know My Mind
Artist: Pink Anderson
2:40
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Blues Around My Bed
Artist: J.C. Burris
2:58
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Hesitation Blues
Artist: Reverend Gary Davis
3:20
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Pawn Shop Blues
Artist: Brownie McGhee
3:05
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The Road is Rough and Rocky
Artist: Archie Edwards
3:28
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Hoodoo Blues
Artist: Martin, Bogan and Armstrong
5:17
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Red River Blues
Artist: Lesley Riddle
2:09
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Walking Cane
Artist: Peg Leg Sam Jackson
2:35
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One Dime Blues
Artist: Etta Baker
3:47
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Mississippi Heavy Water Blues
Artist: Roscoe Holcomb
2:17
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Outskirts of Town
Artist: Josh White
3:07
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See What You Done Done
Artist: Baby Tate
2:35
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I Got a Woman
Artist: Marvin and Turner Foddrell
2:55
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Girl Dressed in Green
Artist: John Tinsley
2:00
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Blues in the Morning
Artist: E.C. Ball
3:42
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Wine Blues (Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee)
Artist: Sticks McGhee
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 67:44

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Awesome

LivingxLarge

The Etta Baker track alone makes this a MUST BUY!

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Really neat

miz_orleanna

These collections are fantastic for people like me - interested in the music, but just not sure where to start. Great introduction to these artists.

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Great Stuff

jeep.white

These cuts are the original trend setters. Where it all began.

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Old Fashioned Blues Music

Lou86

Great! This is the kind of music I like to listen to when I reminisce.

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Authentic!

jaseliz31

I enjoy the different sounds and variety of artists. The performances are so real, you feel like you are experiencing another era.

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can't stop listening to this

stopbeatingme

amazing compilation, I have it on heavy rotation in my home and can't get enough of it. thanks emusic for introducing me to these artists!

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nice collection!

WayFish

blues all round my bed! and Rev Gary Davis's original Hesitation Blues. worth the price of admission right there!

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dig it

sunny_groove

such an unexpected treasure I had the privilege of stumbling upon :o)

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great job..

Cosk

The is very good.. well produced.. great price! This music would be lost forever.. Go Smithsonian

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