Desperate Man Blues

Discovering the Roots of American Music
(Music CD - 2006 )
Desperate Man Blues

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Title: Desperate man blues
discovering the roots of American music
[sound recording]
Published: Atlanta, GA : Dust-to-Digital, p2006.
Characteristics: 1 sound disc :,digital ;,4 3/4 in.
Notes: Title from container.
Consists of previously released material.
Compact disc.
Selections are from Joe Bussard's private record collection.
Contents: We live a long time to get old (Jimmy Murphy) (2:20)
Cross road blues (Robert Johnson) (2:41)
When I'm gone (Joe Hill Louis) (3:12)
Death valley is just half way to my home (Lonnie Johnson) (3:30)
Whoop 'em up, Cindy (Uncle Dave Macon) (2:52)
Statesboro blues (Blind Willie McTell) (2:35)
It won't be long (Charley Patton) (3:24)
Death letter blues (Son House) (4:30)
Hard times blues (Lane Hardin) (3:18)
Indian war whoop (Floyd Ming and his Pep Steppers) (2:46)
Paddlin' Madeline blues (Gitfiddle Jim) (3:10)
Mandolin blues (Tennessee Messarounders) (2:45)
The coo-coo bird (Clarence Ashley) (3:32)
John Hardy was a desperate little man (The Carter Family) (2:54)
The lost child (The Stripling Brothers) (3:04)
Bugle call rag (Billy Banks and his orchestra) (2:47)
Sail away lady (Uncle Bunt Stephens) (2:58)
Original Stack O'Lee blues (Long Cleve Reed and Papa Harvey Hull) (2:40)
Dark was the night, cold was the ground (Blind Willie Johnson) (3:18).
Local Note: 1
Additional Contributors: Bussard, Joe - 1936-
Performers: Various artists.
Event: Recorded between 1927 and 1962.
Subject Headings: Blues (Music)
Topical Term: Blues (Music)
Publisher No: DTD-05A
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