Essential Tennessee Blues

1.Sleepy John Estes: Street Car Blues (1930)
2.Noah Lewis’ Jug Band: Bad Luck’s My Buddy (1930)
3.Tom Dickson: Labor Blues (1928)
4.Yank Rachel: Sweet Mama (1930)
5.Robert Wilkins: Falling Down Blues (1929)
6.Jed Davenport & His Beal street Jug Band: Save Me Some (1930)
7.Noah Lewis’ Jug Band: New Minglewood Blues (1930)
8.Beale Street Rounders: I’m Sittin’ On The Top Of The World (1930)
9.Delta Boys: Don’t You Want To Know (1941)
10.Jed Davenport & His Beale Street Jug Band: You Ought To Move Out Of Town (1930)
11.Hammie & Son: Trouble Trouble Blues (1934)
12.Delta Boys: Black Gal Swing (1941)
13.Tim Wilkins: Dirty Deal Blues (1935)
14.Sleepy John Estes: Poor Mans Friend ((1930)
15.Charlie Pickett: Crazy ‘bout My Black Girl (1937)
16.Tim Wilkins: New Stock Yard Blues (1935)
17.Sleepy John Estes: Easin’ Back To Tennessee (1930)
18.Charlie Pickett: Let Me Squeeze Your Lemon (1937)
19.Little Buddy Doyle: Three-sixty-nine Blues (1939)
20.Yank Rachel: I’m Wild AQnd Crazy As Can Be (1938)
21.John Henry Barbee: Six Weeks Old Blues (1938)
22.Joe Jackson Williams: Peach Orchard Mama (1938)
23.Little Buddy Doyle: Sweet Man Blues (1939)
24.Son Bonds: 80 Highway Blues (1941)
25.Sleepy John Estes: Little Laura Blues (1930)


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