Country Blues

Kid Bailey – “Rowdy Blues”

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Enigmatic blues legend Kid Bailey (AKA Willie Brown) left behind scant few recordings, and clean copies are difficult or perhaps […]

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Dutch Coleman and Red Whitehead – “Dad’s Gettin’ Fuzzy”

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Here’s some blistering harmonica boogie from “blues harp” masters Dutch Coleman and Red Whitehead. Expertly shaping the tone with their […]

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Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley – “Every Day In The Week Blues”

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In the early 1960s Syd Barrett grafted Pink Anderson’s first name with another bluesman (Floyd Council), to form the name […]

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Caldwell Mississippi Bracey – “You Scolded Me and Drove Me From Your Door”

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Another rare treat for fans of the deep, deep Mississippi blues sound. Caldwell Mississippi Bracey had a loose, magnificently lazy […]

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Oscar “Buddy” Woods – “Don’t Sell It, Don’t Give It Away”

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Oscar “Buddy” Woods was a member of the first mixed-race country blues group, and a pioneer of lap-steel-bottleneck blues. He┬ácomposed […]

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Lottie Kimbrough – “Wayward Girl Blues”

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What a lovely track by this classy classic performer. Lottie Kimbrough brings a message that rings true through the ages, […]

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Sam Collins – “Lonesome Road Blues”

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They sure don’t make ’em like this anymore. One guy with a guitar and his voice, alone except for a […]

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Little Hat Jones – “Bye Bye Baby”

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Little Hat Jones really lays down a great vocal on this track, a great sounding recording for the period.

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Bill Cox – “Midnight Special”

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Covered by many, yet understood by few, “Midnight Special” was traditionally a folk song which originated among prisoners. The country-blues […]

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