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Big Bill Broonzy Do That Guitar Rag 1928-1935
Thoroughly entertaining downhome blues, intricate ragtime, hokum and instrumental guitar stomps.





Blind Willie Johnson Sweeter As The Years Go By
The greatest gospel bluesman; one of the very greatest bottle-neck guitarists. Almost overwhelmingly intense and gripping.





Frank Stokes' Dream The Memphis Blues, 1927-1931
Stokes, Memphis Minnie, Furry Lewis, Gus Cannon and co. 180g, well-pressed.




Furry Lewis In His Prime 1927-1928
'To hear fully the subtlety in Furry's singing is to gain an insight not only into the singer, but into the creative process of the blues itself,' wrote Sam Charters. Vocalions and Victors by the Memphis legend.




The Hokum Boys You Can't Get Enough Of That Stuff
Bumptious sauce recorded for Paramount in 1929 by different lineups including Leroy Carr, Scrapper Blackwell, Tampa Red and Blind Blake, and Bob Robinson on banjo and clarinet. Archetypal Crumb; 180g.






Please Warm My Weiner Old Time Hokum Blues
Bawdy, vaudevillian malarkey, both country and urban, with no messing musically. Stuff like Banana Man, You Put It In I'll Take It Out, I Had To Give Up Gym, Elevator Papa Switchboard Mama. Crumb cover.



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