This Old World's in a Hell of a Fix / Various[CD]
This "18 Classic Blues Songs from the 1920's" CD contains some of the best, and hardest to find, pre-war blues songs ever recorded. In addition, these tracks were remastered from the finest known copies of each of the original 78 rpm records. This CD was packaged with the 2010 "Classic Blues Artwork from the 1920s Calendar" (BIM #210) which reproduced the artwork promoting these songs when they were first released. The songs coincide with artwork from the 1920's which promoted them. On the inside booklet you'll find miniature reproductions of each of the original ads. They are all part of a massive find of original 1920's Blues artwork, much of which had never been seen before. Tracks listings: (1) That's No Way to Get Along Robert Wilkins (2) High Water Everywhere-Parts 1 & 2 Charley Patton(3) Hard Luck Child Skip James(4) Match Box Blues Blind Lemon Jefferson(5) Mojo Hand Blues Ida Cox(6) She's Crazy 'Bout Her Lovin' Mississippi Sheiks(7) the Death of Holmes' Mule-Parts 1 & 2 Charlie Turner and Winston Holmes (8) Slow Driving Moan Ma Rainey(9) Early Morning Blues Blind Blake (10) Coal Man Blues Papa Charlie Jackson (11) Sawmill Moan Ramblin' Thomas (12) This Old World's in a Hell of a Fix! Rev. J. Gordon McPherson-the Black Billy Sunday (13) Ain't Gonna Lay My 'Ligion Down-Take 1 Frank Palmes (14) Ain't Gonna Lay My 'Ligion Down-Take 2 Frank Palmes (15) Married Man Blues-Test, Take 2 Irene Scruggs with Blind Blake (16) Married Man Blues-Test, Take 3 Irene Scruggs with Blind Blake (17) Doctor Oh Doctor Henry Townsend (18) Jack O' Diamonds-Georgia Rub Henry Townsend.
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