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Im Going Back Home - Memphis Minnie - Travelling Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blues Classics By Memphis Minnie on Discogs. Label: Blues Classics - BC-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues, Memphis Blues/5(16).
  2. Jan 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Memphis Minnie - Me And My Chauffeur Blues YouTube Good Biscuits- Me & my Chauffeur blues (Memphis Minnie) - Duration: leonie evans 28, views.
  3. Vol. 2 Early Recordings () (with Kansas Joe McCoy) Frankie Jean by Memphis Minnie, New Bumble Bee by Memphis Minnie, Picking The Blues, Plymouth Rock by Memphis Minnie, I Called You This Morning, Preacher's Blues, New Dirty Dozen by Memphis Minnie, After While Blues, Let's Go To Town, Crazy Crying Blues by Memphis Minnie, What's The Matter With The Mill, Memphis Minnie Jitis Blues .
  4. Jitis Blues Lyrics: Hmmmm, the meningitis killin' me / Hmmmm, the meningitis killin' me / I'm bending, I'm bending, baby, my head is nearly down to my knees / I comin' home one Saturday night, pull.
  5. Hattie Hart - I Let My Daddy Do That Will Shade - Better Let That Stuff Alone Robert Wilkins - Alabama Blues LP RECORD South Memphis Jug Band - Policy Rag - Doctor Medicine Kansas Joe and Memphis Minnie - Shake Mattie - My Washwoman's Gone Mooch Richardson - T and T Blues John Estes - My Black Gal Blues Jack Kelly - Highway No. 61 Blues Mooch Richardson - Burying Ground Blues Jim .
  6. Blues Classics By Memphis Minnie. In My Girlish Days A2 Black Rat Swing Bass – Alfred Elkins Vocals – Little Son Joe A3 Lonesome Shack Blues A4 It's Hard To Please My Man A5 I'm So Glad Guitar – Ernest "Little Son Joe" Lawlar* A6 Nothing In Rambling A7 Me And My Chauffeur Blues A8 Joe Louis Strut Bass – Bill Settles Piano – Black Bob B1 It's Hard To Be Mistreated B2 Man You Won't.
  7. She moved home to Memphis in the s and lived quietly, even as small, independent labels were reissuing her classic 78s on LPs aimed at her new audience. In , folk-blues revivalist Maria Muldaur, a few years away from her “Midnight at the Oasis” success, recorded Minnie’s “Me and My Chauffeur Blues.”.
  8. Going Back To Texas: A2: Frisco Town: A3: Bumble Bee: A4: She Wouldn't Give Me None: A5: I'm Going Back Home: A6: Georgia Skin: A7: I'm Wild About My Stuff: A8: Botherin' That Thing: B1: Garage Fire Blues: B2: Can I Do It For You Pt. 1: B3: Today Today Blues: B4: I Don't Want That Junk Outa You: B5: Soo Cow Soo: B6: Ain't No Use Trying To Tell /5(4).

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