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Phonograph Records 1926-1940

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7:54 PM Bukka White Fixin' To Die (1940) Parchman Farm Columbia
7:47 PM Barbecue Bob (Robert Hicks) Good Time Rounder (1929) The Remaining Titles Matchbox Bluesmaster
7:44 PM Memphis Jug Band Coal Oil Blues (1928) Th Great Jug Bands Origin Jazz Library
7:43 PM Memphis Minnie Where Is My Good Man At (1929) The Country Girls! (1929) Origin Jazz Library
7:39 PM Two Poor Boys John Henry Blues (1931) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Document
7:38 PM Washboard Sam Come On In (1936) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Document
7:33 PM Hattie Hudson Doggone My Good Luck Soul (1927) Let's Get Loose New World Records
7:30 PM Hersal Thomas Suitcase Blues (1925) Cuttin' The Boogie 1926-1941 New World Records
7:27 PM Blind Blake West Coast Blues (1926) No Dough Blues Biograph
7:22 PM Alfred Martin & Robert Cooksey Maxwell and Peoria (1927) The Remaining Titles Matchbox Bluesmaster
7:21 PM Clifford's Louisville Jug Band Struttin' The Blues (1924) The Jug Bands RBF
7:16 PM Coley Jones and the Dallas String Band So Tired (1928) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Matchbox Bluesmaster
7:10 PM Blind Bogus Ben Covington The New Dirty Dozen (1932) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order RST Records
7:07 PM Jim Jackson Old Dog Blue (1926) The Anthology Of American Folk Music Folkways/Mississippi
7:07 PM Henry "Ragtime Texas" Thomas Charming Betsy (1929) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Yazoo
7:06 PM Andrew and Jim Baxter The Moore Girl (1927) String Bands (1927-1929) HK Records
7:03 PM Jed Davenport How Long, How Long Blues (1929) Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Matchbox Bluesmaster
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