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Washboard Sam Vol. 1 (1935-1936)

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Mama Don't Allow No. 1
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Jesse James Blues
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Who Pumped The Wind In My Doughnut?
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Mama Don't Allow No. 2
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You Done Tore Your Playhouse Down
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Don't 'Low
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Don't Tear My Clothes
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I'm A Prowlin' Groundhog
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Give Me Lovin'
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Crazy About Nancy Jane
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Cherry Hill Blues
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Levee Blues
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Dirty Mother For You
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Good Liquor
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Mixed Up Blues (Take 1)
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Mixed Up Blues (Take 2)
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Pains In My Heart
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I Love All My Woman
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Out With The Wrong Woman
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Come On In
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Big Woman
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Razor Cuttin' Man
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