Incredibly well compiled '20s-'30s-era blues comp. High quality of sound for the time period of its recordings. This compilation is filled with the most accessible blues songs made to be appreciated by enthusiasts and those new to the genre.
Features BLIND WILLIE McTELL, MEMPHIS MINNIE, GEECHIE WILEY, KID PRINCE MOORE, ROBERT PETWAY, SISTER O.M. TERRELL, LULU JACKSON, ANGLIN BROTHERS, CANNONS' JUG STOMPERS, and others.
Fourteen tracks in all. Packaged in hand-constructed sleeve.
GEECHIE WILEY: Last Kind Words
KID PRINCE MOORE: Church Bells
ROBERT PETWAY: Catfish Blues
SISTER O.M TERRELL: I'm Going To That City (To Die No More)
LOTTIE KIMBROUGH (The Kansas City Butterball):
LOUIS McDANIELS AND GID SMITH:
It's Hard To Leave You Sweet Love
LULU JACKSON: Careless Love
That's No Way To Get Alone
THE ANGLIN BROTHERS:
Money Cannot Buy Your Soul
BLIND WILLIE AND KATE McTELL:
Don't Let Nobody Turn You 'Round
CANNONS' JUG STOMPERS: I'm Going To Germany
ISIAH NETTLES (The Mississippi Moaner):
It's Cold In China
MEMPHIS MINNIE and KANSAS JOE McCOY:
I Called You This Morning
EDWARD CLAYBORN: Death Is Only A Dream