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Amede Ardoin Mama, I'll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings, 1929-1934
At the wild, searing fountainhead of Zydeco: the black accordionist and singer with white fiddler Dennis McGee, on Afro-Creole scorchers, waltzes, blues and breakdowns. Cajun's Robert Johnson.



Cecil Barfield South Georgia Blues
The king of mush mouth country blues.



The Beale Street Sheiks Chicken You Can Roost Behind The Moon
The seminal Memphis bluesmen Frank Stokes and Dan Sane, recording for Paramount in the late 1920s.




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




Black Ace
Babe Kyro Lemon Turner's wonderful Texan take on Hawaiian steel impassioned, singing, refined. From 1960 though he started out in the late-twenties (with Smokey Hogg), and recorded in the thirties.




Blind Blake Back Biting Bee Blues
The essential, wildly original ragtime-style finger-picking of the Floridian blues god.



Blind Blake That Lonesome Rave
One of the very greatest blues guitarists of all time. These sides are from the Paramount Studios in Chicago, May 1928, featuring singer Bertha Henderson (also Daniel Brown and Elzadie Robinson).



Blind Blake The Vanished Bluesman In Richmond
Lovely recordings from the Gennett Studios in Indiana, several with accompaniments by the great, great barrelhouse pianist Charlie Spand, from Detroit. With all-time classics like Hastings Street.




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.



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