Robert Lee McCoy (Robert Nighthawk) – Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order – 1937-1940

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Description

Robert Lee McCoy influenced the Chicago Blues Scene from the 30's to the 60's!! he also played on Maxwell Street in Chicago and in Mississippi. His complete recordings from 1937-40 are on this CD!

Track Listing:
1. Tough Luck - 3:18   2. Lonesome World - 2:40   3. G-Man - 2:39   4. Don't Mistreat Your Woman - 2:36   5. Prowling Night-Hawk - 3:09   6. Sweet Pepper Mama - 2:48   7. My Friend Has Forsaken Me - 3:13   8. Mean Black Cat - 2:49   9. Brickyard - 3:25   10. Mamie Lee - 3:02   11. Take It Easy, Baby - 2:32   12. I Have Spent My Bonus - 2:59   13. Cna - 3:26   14. Every Day and Night - 3:26   15. Ol' Mose - 3:23   16. You're All I've Got to Live For - 3:36   17. She's Got What It Takes - 3:27   18. Next-Door Neighbor - 2:51   19. Big Apple Blues - 3:11   20. Freight Train Blues - 3:11   21. Good Gamblin' - 3:11   22. Gonna Keep It for My Daddy - 2:21   23. Never Leave Me - 2:49   24. Mama Don't Allow Me to Stay Out All Night Long - 2:43   25. Friar's Point Blues - 2:50

Personnel:
On 1-6: Robert Lee McCoy (guitar, vocals) , Joe Williams (guitar) , Sonny Boy Williamson (harmonica)
On 7-13: Robert Lee McCoy (guitar, vocals) , Sonny Boy Williamson (harmonica) , Walter Davis (piano) , Henry Townsend (guitar on 12,13)
On 14-21: Robert Lee McCoy as Rambling Bob (guitar, vocals) , Sonny Boy Williamson (harmonica) , Speckled Red (piano)
On 22: Robert Lee McCoy as Peetie’s Boy (guitar, vocals) , Ann Sortier (vocal) , unknown guitar, washboard
On 23: Robert Lee McCoy (guitar) , Ann Sortier (vocal)
On 24-25: Robert Lee McCoy as Peetie’s Boy (guitar, vocals)

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