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Blind Willie McTellStatesboro Blues – When The Sun Goes Down – The Secret History Of Rock & Roll ... CD
BMG Heritage/Bluebird, Late 20s/Early 30s. Used ... $6.99
... CD
(Out of print, small cutout hole through case.)

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✨✧ Blind Willie McTellPig 'n Whistle Red ... CD
Biograph, 1950. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print. CD case has a cutout hole.)
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VariousRoots Of Rock ... LP
Yazoo, Late 20s. Near Mint- ... $29.99
A great Yazoo collection of vintage 20s blues! Features work by Charley Patton, Bukka White, Blind Willie McTell, Tommy Johnson, Henry Thomas, and others. LP, Vinyl record album
(Peacock label pressing.)

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✨✧ VariousJohn's Old Time Radio Show (3LP set) ... LP
East River, 1920s/1930s. Used 3LP Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A collection of tracks pulled from the podcasts of 78rpm collector John Heneghan – featuring music from his own legendary collection of rare shellac, as well as discs from the collection of Robert Crumb – who also makes an appearance on the program too! The tracks are interspersed with commentary from the show – in the manner of a radio broadcast – and the album features two different features, one on "Happiness" in music, the other balanced out with "Pain, Sorry, Sickness, & Death". As you might imagine with collectors like Crumb and Heneghan, the records here are all pretty darn rare – the sorts of things that only exist in a handful of remaining copies on this planet – and titles include "Fixin To Die Blues" by Bukka White, "My Mother's Grave" by Elmer Bird, "Come On Baby" by Rich Trice, "Death Cell Blues" by Blind Willie McTell, "Hard Times" by Pigmeat Pete, "Old Dog Blue" by Jim Jackson, "The Ohio Prison Fire" by Bob & Charlotte Miller, "I'm Gonna Kill Myself" by Laura Smith, "Tillie Lee" by William Moore, "I Got Mine" by Frank Stokes, and "Sweet Petunia" by Curley Weaver. LP, Vinyl record album
(Color vinyl pressing.)

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