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CDs with: Cannon, Gus

Blind Blake
v.1 1926-1927. Dying blues ; Ashley St. Blues ; Early morning blues ; West Coast blues ; West Coast blues ; West Coast blues ; Early morning blues ; Early morning blues ; Too tight ; Blake's worried blues ; Come on boys let's do that messin' around ; Come on boys let's do that messin' around ; Tampa bound ; Skeedle loo doo blues ; Skeedle loo doo blues ; Stonewall Street blues ; State Street men blues ; Down the country ; Back biting bee blues ; Wilson dam ; Buck-town blues ; Black dog blues ; One time blues -- v.2. 1927-1928. Bad feelin' blues ; Dry bone shuffle ; Dry bone shuffle ; That will happen no more ; Brownskin mama blues, take 1 ; Brownskin mama blues, take 2 ; Hard road blues ; Hey hey daddy blues ; Sea board stomp ; You gonna quit me blues ; Steel mill blues ; Southern rag ; He's in the jailhouse now ; Wabash rag ; Doggin' me mama blues ; CC pill blues ; Hot potatoes ; Southbound rag ; Pay day daddy blues ; Elzadie's policy blues -- v.3. 1928. Good-bye mama moan ; Tootie blues ; That lovin' I crave ; That lonesome rave ; Terrible murder blues ; Leavin' gal blues ; No dough blues ; Lead hearted blues ; Let your love come down ; Rumblin' and ramblin' boa constrictor blues ; Bootleg rum dum blues ; Detroit bound blues ; Beulah land ; Panther squall blues ; Elzadie's policy blues ; Pay day daddy blues ; Walkin' across the country ; Search warrant blues ; Rambin' mama blues ; New style of loving ; Back door slam blues ; Notoriety woman blues ; Cold hearted mama blues ; Low down loving gal ; Sweet papa low down -- v.4. 1929. Poker woman blues ; Doing a stretch ; Fightin' the jug ; Hookworm blues ; Slippery rag ; Hasting St ; Diddie wah diddie ; Diddie wah diddie ; Too tight blues no. 2 ; Chump man blues ; Ice man blues ; Police dog blues ; I was afraid of that, part 2 ; Georgia bound ; Keep it home ; Keep it home ; Sweet jivin' mama ; Lonesome Christmas blues ; Third degree blues -- v.5. 1929-1932. Guitar chimes ; Blind Arthur's breakdown ; Baby Lou blues ; Cold love blues ; Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it, part 1 ; Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it, part 2 ; Stingaree man blues ; Itching heel ; You've got what I want ; Cherry Hill blues ; Diddie wah diddie no 2 ; Hard pushin' papa ; What a lowdown place the jailhouse is ; Ain't gonna do that no more ; Playing policy blues ; Righteous blues ; Fancy tricks ; Rope stretchin' blues, part 2 ; Rope stretchin' blues, Part 1 ; Rope stretchin' blues, part 1 ; Champagne Charlie is my name ; Depression's gone from me blues.
CD 3054
Memphis Jug Band with, Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers .
disc A. Memphis Jug Band, 1927, 1928: Sun Brimmer's blues ; Stingy woman blues ; Memphis jug blues ; Newport News blues ; Sometimes I think I love you ; Sunshine blues ; Memphis boy blues ; I'm looking for the bully of the town ; I packed my suitcase, started to the train ; State of Tennessee blues ; Bob Lee Junior blues ; Kansas City blues ; Beale Street mess around ; I'll see you in the spring, when the birds begin to sing ; Turpentine blues ; Hitch me to your buggy and drive me like a mule ; Vol Stevens blues ; Baby got the rickets ; Mama's got the Mobile blues ; Snitchin' gambler blues ; Evergreen money blues ; Coal oil blues ; Papa Long blues ; Peaches in the springtime ; She stays out all night long -- disc B. Memphis Jug Band, 1928, 1929: Lindberg hop ; Sugar pudding ; A Black woman is like a black snake ; On the road again ; Whitehouse Station blues ; Stealin', stealin' ; Jug band waltz ; Mississippi River waltz ; Better leave that stuff alone ; She stabbed me with an ice-pick ; I can't stand it ; What's the matter? ; Dirty butter ; The old folks started it ; Won't you be kind to me? ; You wouldn't, would you papa? ; Feed your friend with a long handled spoon ; I can beat you plenty ; Taking your place ; Tired of you driving me ; Memphis yo yo blues ; K.C. moan ; I whipped my woman with a single tree -- disc C. Memphis Jug Band, 1927-1930: Everybody's talking about Sadie Green ; Oh ambulance man ; Cocaine habit blues ; Jim Strainer blues ; Cave man blues ; Fourth Street mess ; It won't act right- ; Bumble bee blues ; Meningitis blues ; Aunt Caroline Dyer blues ; Stonewall blues ; Spider's nest blues ; Papa's got your water on ; Going back to Memphis ; He's in the jailhouse now ; Got a letter from my darlin' ; Round and round ; You may leave, but this will bring you back ; Move that thing ; You got me rollin' ; Son Brimmer's blues ; Stingy woman blues ; Newport News blues ; Snitchin' gambler blues ; Lindberg hop -- disc D. Gus Cannon, 1928: Minglewood blues ; Big railroad blues ; Madison Street rag ; Springdale blues ; Ripley blues ; Pig ankle strut ; Noah's blues ; Hollywood rag ; Heart breakin' blues ; Feather bed ; Cairo rag ; Bugle call rag ; Viola Lee blues ; Riley's wagon ; Last chance blues ; Tired chicken blues ; Going to Germany ; Walk right in ; Mule get up in the alley ; The rooster's crowing blues ; Jonestown blues ; Pretty mama blues ; Bring it with you when you come ; Wolf River blues ; Money never runs out ; Prison wall blues.
CD 3131
Title on container: Blind Blake remastered : all the published sides
v.1 1926-1927. Dying blues ; Ashley St. Blues ; Early morning blues ; West Coast blues ; West Coast blues ; West Coast blues ; Early morning blues ; Early morning blues ; Too tight ; Blake's worried blues ; Come on boys let's do that messin' around ; Come on boys let's do that messin' around ; Tampa bound ; Skeedle loo doo blues ; Skeedle loo doo blues ; Stonewall Street blues ; State Street men blues ; Down the country ; Back biting bee blues ; Wilson dam ; Buck-town blues ; Black dog blues ; One time blues -- v.2. 1927-1928. Bad feelin' blues ; Dry bone shuffle ; Dry bone shuffle ; That will happen no more ; Brownskin mama blues, take 1 ; Brownskin mama blues, take 2 ; Hard road blues ; Hey hey daddy blues ; Sea board stomp ; You gonna quit me blues ; Steel mill blues ; Southern rag ; He's in the jailhouse now ; Wabash rag ; Doggin' me mama blues ; CC pill blues ; Hot potatoes ; Southbound rag ; Pay day daddy blues ; Elzadie's policy blues -- v.3. 1928. Good-bye mama moan ; Tootie blues ; That lovin' I crave ; That lonesome rave ; Terrible murder blues ; Leavin' gal blues ; No dough blues ; Lead hearted blues ; Let your love come down ; Rumblin' and ramblin' boa constrictor blues ; Bootleg rum dum blues ; Detroit bound blues ; Beulah land ; Panther squall blues ; Elzadie's policy blues ; Pay day daddy blues ; Walkin' across the country ; Search warrant blues ; Rambin' mama blues ; New style of loving ; Back door slam blues ; Notoriety woman blues ; Cold hearted mama blues ; Low down loving gal ; Sweet papa low down -- v.4. 1929. Poker woman blues ; Doing a stretch ; Fightin' the jug ; Hookworm blues ; Slippery rag ; Hasting St ; Diddie wah diddie ; Diddie wah diddie ; Too tight blues no. 2 ; Chump man blues ; Ice man blues ; Police dog blues ; I was afraid of that, part 2 ; Georgia bound ; Keep it home ; Keep it home ; Sweet jivin' mama ; Lonesome Christmas blues ; Third degree blues -- v.5. 1929-1932. Guitar chimes ; Blind Arthur's breakdown ; Baby Lou blues ; Cold love blues ; Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it, part 1 ; Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it, part 2 ; Stingaree man blues ; Itching heel ; You've got what I want ; Cherry Hill blues ; Diddie wah diddie no 2 ; Hard pushin' papa ; What a lowdown place the jailhouse is ; Ain't gonna do that no more ; Playing policy blues ; Righteous blues ; Fancy tricks ; Rope stretchin' blues, part 2 ; Rope stretchin' blues, Part 1 ; Rope stretchin' blues, part 1 ; Champagne Charlie is my name ; Depression's gone from me blues.
CD 3054