St. Louis Blues – 1929-1933 – J. D. Short / Henry Brown

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Description

The first CD of the St. Louis recording has all recordings from Henry Townsend, this Cd has the complete recordings from J.D. Short and Piano Player Henry Brown from 1929-33.  J.D. Shorts cousin was Big Joe Williams and they recorded for Delmark Record

Track Listing:
Jay Dee Short: 1. Telephone Arguin´Blues - 3:20  2. Lonesome Swamp Rattlesnake - 2:56   "Spider" Carter: 3. Please Please Blues - 3:13   4. Dry Spell Blues - 3:09   Peetie Wheatshaw: 5. Tennessee Peaches Blues - 3:08   6. Four o´clock in the morning - 2:52   "Spider" Carter: 7. Don´´t leave me blues - 3:08   Ell-Zee Floyd: 8. Snow Bound and Blues - 3:08   R.T. Hanen: 9. She´s got Jordan River in her Hips - 2:52   Jelly Jaw Short: 10. Happy Days Blues - 3:25   11. Snake Doctor Blues - 3:32   12. Barefoot Blues - 3:06   13. Grand Daddy Blues - 3:23   Georgia Boyd: 14. Never Mind Blues - 3:24   Joe Stone: 15. It´s Hard Time - 3:18   16. Back Door Blues - 3:08   James "Stump" Johnson: 17.
Don´t Give My Lard Away - 2:48   Henry Brown: 18. Stomp Ém Down To The Bricks - 3:32   19. Henry Brown Blues - 2:59   20. Eastern Chimes Blues - 3:16   21. Deep Morgan Blues - 3:11   Dolly Martin: 22. All Men Blues - 2:51   Tee McDonald: 23. Beef Man Blues - 2:44  

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