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Crazy crying blues

Author: Memphis Minnie; Kansas Joe; Little Son Joe.
Publisher: [England] : Acrobat Music & Media, ℗2005.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Memphis Minnie; Kansas Joe; Little Son Joe.
OCLC Number: 168524275
Notes: Compact disc.
Program notes on insert.
On container: American roots music.
Performer(s): Memphis Minnie, guitar, vocals ; Kansas Joe McCoy, guitar, vocals ; Little Son Joe, guitar ; with other unnamed acc. musicians.
Event notes: Recorded in Memphis, Chicago, and New York between Feb. 20, 1930 and May 21, 1941.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Bumble bee --
Can I do it for you, pt. 1 --
Memphis Minnie-Jitis blues --
New dirty dozen --
Frankie Jean (That trottin' fool) --
I called you this morning --
What's the matter with the mill --
North Memphis blues --
Crazy cryin blues --
Tricks ain't walking no more --
Pickin' the blues --
Soo cow soo --
After awhile blues --
Joliet bound --
Where is my good man --
Drunken barrel house blues --
You got to move (You ain't got to move) pt. 1 --
Let me ride --
Nothing in rambling --
Finger print blues --
Ma Rainey --
In my girlish days --
Me and my chauffer blues --
Pigmeat on the line --
Can't afford to lose my man.
Other Titles: Bumble bee.
Can I do it for you.
Memphis Minnie-Jitis blues.
New dirty dozen.
Frankie Jean (That trottin' fool)
I called you this morning.
What's the matter with the mill.
North Memphis blues.
Crazy cryin' blues.
Tricks ain't walking no more.
Pickin' the blues.
Soo cow soo.
After while blues.
Joliet bound.
Where is my good man.
Drunken barrel house blues.
You got to move (You ain't got to move)
Let me ride.
Nothing in rambling.
Finger print blues.
Ma Rainey.
In my girlish days.
Me and my chauffeur blues.
Pigmeat on the line.
Can't afford to lose my man.
Responsibility: Memphis Minnie.

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