Down in the Basement
Joe Bussard's treasure trove of vintage 78s, 1926-1937
Program notes by Marshall Wyatt and Joe Bussard (68 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
Title from container.
How you want it done? (Big Bill) (2:51)
The (new) call of the freaks (Luis Russell & his orchestra) (3:12)
The school house fire (Dixon Brothers) (3:13)
Greenback dollar (Weems String Band) (3:11)
You got to go down (Blind Gary) g (3:20)
Old ark's a'moving (A.A. Gray & Seven-Foot Dilly) (2:59)
Runnin' wild (James Cole's Washboard Four) (2:58)
Keep it clean (Charley Jordan) (2:49)
Get the "L" on down the road (Bill Johnson's Louisiana Jug Band) (2:59)
I got a bulldog (Sweet Brothers & Ernest Stoneman) (2:51)
Old hen cackle (Coleman & Harper) (2:43)
Song from a cotton field (Bessie Brown) (2:45)
Atlanta bound (Gene Autry) (2:48)
Easy rider blues (Soileau and Robin) (2:56)
Hot lips (Bill Brown and his Brownies) (2:50)
Uncle Dave's beloved solo (Uncle Dave Macon) (3:05)
Hastings Street (Blind Blake/Charlie Spand) (3:15)
Ain't that trouble in mind (Fields Ward & the Grayson County Railsplitters) (2:59)
Give the world a smile (the Corley Family) (3:10)
Original Stack O'Lee blues (Long Cleve Reed and Little Harvey Hull/Down Home Boys) (2:42)
Hot town (Fess Williams and his Royal Flush Orchestra) (3:10)
Paddlin' blues (Gitfiddle Jim) (3:20)
Plow boy hop (Grinnell Giggers) (2:48).
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