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Series 8: Sound recordings (continued)
Subseries 4: Compilations of dubbed commercial recordings
These recordings are organized by music style, record label, or related categories.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR788 Dubs for "All Out and Down," undated
Rack number: RAA 59326
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog (00:28:05) ; analog, 15 ips, half-track, stereo, 10 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The recording begins with a test tone. The program has distortion and hiss.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR561 Blues Is Killing Me (Juke Joint 1501), 1978
Rack number: RXH 5422
Extent: 1 sound tape reel : analog ; 7 in.
Dub recording.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR155 Standing Ovation - Count Basie Orchestra (Dot 25938); That Latin Beat: Antobal's Latin All-Stars Conducted by Chico O'Farrill (Dot 25445) (tape side 1); Goin' Places - Margaret Whiting (Dot 25072); Dori Howard Sings, with the Eddie Costa Quartet and Don Elliott Quintet (Dot 3230) (tape side 2), 1959-1969
Rack number: RXH 4038
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 01:02:45, Side 2: 01:04:05) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
Dubs from commercial recordings.
Side 1
Time Content
Start Instrumental piece by the Count Basie Orchestra (CBO): "Down for Double"
00:03:12 The next instrumental piece, titled "Li'l Darlin'"
00:08:02 The start of the next instrumental selection by CBO called "Broadway"
00:11:39 CBO play "Jive at Five"
00:15:32 CBO play "Cherry Point"
00:20:34 Jumpin' at the Woodside" - CBO
00:24:07 The beginning of the next instrumental selection titled "One O'clock Jump"
00:25:28 The next selection called "Shiny Stockings"
00:30:35 CBO perform their next piece "Blue and Sentimental"
00:35:06 CBO perform "Every Tub"
00:38:05 The start of the next instrumental selection called "Corner Pocket"
00:44:03 The next instrumental piece titled "The Kid from Red Bank"
00:46:36 The next selection by CBO titled "One O'clock Jump"
00:48:22 Chico O'Farrill (CF) conducting Antobal's Latin All-Stars. The first piece they perform is "Una Aventura Mas"
00:50:39 The beginning of the next instrumental piece called "Astronaut Special"
00:53:21 "Voodoo Moon" by CF
00:56:05 "Playtime in Brazil" by CF
00:58:24 A performance of "Pachanga Universal" (Eugenio Fondeur)
01:00:36 The next piece with voice and accompaniment titled "Fiesta en El Solar
01:00:34 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start Begins with Margaret Whiting singing a rendition of "The Gypsy in My Soul" (J. Mandel)
00:02:29 Voice and accompaniment of "Sentimental Journey" (Mandel)
00:05:33 The selection "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home" (Frank Comstock)
00:08:18 The start of the song titled "I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town" (Skip Martin)
00:10:43 Introduction to the song "Gone With the Wind" (Pete King)
00:12:42 The start of "Runnin' Wild" (Pete Rugolo)
00:14:27 The selection "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" (Rugolo)
00:16:37 Introduction to the song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" (Marty Paich)
00:19:47 The start of "Hit the Road to Dreamland" (Comstock)
00:22:20 The selection "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" (King)
00:25:02 The introduction to "Song of the Wanderer" (Martin)
00:27:29 The selection "Home (When Shadows Fall)" (Paich)
00:30:08 The song titled "The Moon Was Yellow" with Dori Howard singing the remainder of the pieces. She is joined by Eddie Costa and the Don Elliott Quintets
00:32:36 The start of "My One and Only Love"
00:35:18 Introduction to the next song, "Here I am in Love Again"
00:38:29 The song titled "I Get a Kick out of You"
00:41:08 Introduction to the next song titled "Lonely Love"
00:43:48 The selection "Mean to Me"
00:46:01 The start of the song "How Long Has This Been Going On?"
00:48:41 The song titled "Duke's Place"
00:51:18 Introduction to "You're Not Alone"
00:54:26 Introduction to the next song titled "Monday"
00:56:26 The next selection called "Stop, Look and Run"
01:00:16 The song titled, "Mood Indigo"
01:03:52 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR412 Blues 78s, #11; Peggy Seeger, undated
Rack number: RXH 4652
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (01:00:32) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Dubs of commercial recordings by various singers, including Peggy Seeger, Furry Lewis, Memphis Minnie, and others.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Cumberland Gap" by Peggy Seeger
00:02:04 "The Lady of Carlisle" by Peggy Seeger
00:06:16 "The Deer Song" by Peggy Seeger
00:09:08 "Come All Ye Fair and Tender Maidens" by Peggy Seeger
00:12:12 "I Never Will Marry" by Peggy Seeger
00:14:53 "Devilish Mary" by Peggy Seeger
00:16:55 "The Fair Maid Freed By the Shore" by Peggy Seeger
00:19:21 "Soldier's Joy" by Peggy Seeger
00:20:19 "Shady Grove" by Peggy Seeger
00:21:37 "Georgia Buck" by Peggy Seeger
00:22:37 "The Wife of Usher's Well" by Peggy Seeger
00:27:13 "Saturday Blues" by Ishman Bracey
00:30:46 "Left Alone Blues" by Ishman Bracey
00:34:28 "Kassie Jones" (part 1), by Furry Lewis
00:37:37 "Kassie Jones" (part 2), by Furry Lewis
00:40:47 "Honey" by Bo Carter
00:43:38 "What You Want Your Daddy to Do" by Bo Carter
00:46:45 "I'm talking About You" by Memphis Minnie (very poor sound quality)
00:49:22 "Me And My Chauffeur Blues" by Memphis Minnie
00:52:09 "Can't Afford To Lose My Man" by Memphis Minnie
00:54:42 "Please Set A Date" by Memphis Minnie
00:57:30 "True Love" by Memphis Minnie
01:00:32 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR410 Blues 78s, #12, undated
Rack number: RXH 4650
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (01:04:01) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Dubs of commercial recordings by various singers.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Mama's Advice" by Peetie Wheatstraw (poor sound quality)
00:03:26 "Police Station Blues" by Peetie Wheatstraw (poor sound quality)
00:06:40 "Midnight Blues" by Peetie Wheatstraw (poor sound quality)
00:10:08 "Johnnie Blues" by Peetie Wheatstraw (poor sound quality)
00:13:00 "Deep Sea Diver" by Leroy Henderson (poor sound quality)
00:15:53 "Low Mellow Man Blues" by Leroy Henderson (poor sound quality)
00:18:53 "F.D.R. Blues" by Champion Jack Dupree (poor sound quality)
00:21:35 "God Bless Our New President" by Champion Jack Dupree (poor sound quality)
00:24:22 "South Bound Water" by Lonnie Johnson (poor sound quality)
00:27:08 "Back Water Blues" by Lonnie Johnson (poor sound quality)
00:30:44 "Bo Weevil Blues" by Madame "Ma" Rainey; accompanied by Lovie Austin
00:33:36 "Cotton Crop Blues" by James Cotton
00:36:40 "Charity Blues" by Gene Gilmore (poor sound quality)
00:39:19 "Brome Street Blues" by Skoodle Dum Doo and Sheffield (poor sound quality)
00:42:16 "West Kinney Street Blues" by Skoodle Dum Doo and Sheffield (poor sound quality)
00:45:01 "Pretty Man Blues" by Luella Miller (poor sound quality)
00:47:40 "Dago Hill Blues" by Luella Miller (poor sound quality)
00:50:40 "Love Me Or Let me Be" by James (Beale Street) Clark.
00:53:32 "Get Ready To Meet Your Man" by James (Beale Street) Clark
00:56:12 "Dew Drop Alley Stomp" by Sugar Underwood
00:59:34 "Davis Street Blues" by Sugar Underwood
01:02:43 "Pig Meat Blues" by Ardell Bragg (poor sound quality; the song ends abruptly)
01:04:01 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR411 Blues 78s, #13, undated
Rack number: RXH 4651
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:50:41) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Dubs of commercial recordings by various singers.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "She's Gone Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:03:32 "Bad Time Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:06:48 "Crooked Woman Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:09:49 "'Fo Day Creep" by Barbecue Bob
00:13:06 "Thinkin' Funny Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:16:29 "Motherless Chile Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:19:50 "My Mistake Blues" by Barbecue Bob
00:22:11 "How Long Pretty Mama" by Barbecue Bob
00:26:40 "Barrel House Blues" by Ed Andrews
00:29:50 "Time [sic] Ain't Gonna Make Me Stay" by Ed Andrews
00:32:56 "Shake It Up And Go" by Tommy McClennan
00:35:56 "I Love My Baby" by Tommy McClennan
00:39:03 "Stack Of Dollars" by Joe Williams
00:41:51 "Mellow Apples" by Joe Williams
00:44:42 "The O. P. A. Blues" by Dossie (Georgia Boy) Terry
00:47:59 "Furlough Blues" by Dossie (Georgia Boy) Terry
00:50:41 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR392 Blues 78s dubs (Kansas Joe - Memphis Minnie), undated
Rack number: RXH 4633
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:32:11) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR393 Blues 78s dubs, 120 (Georgia Bill - Clarence Green), undated
Rack number: RXH 4634
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:32:41) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR397 Mercury blues dubs, 1949 , 1952
Rack number: RXH 4638
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:28:16) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Sittin' Here Wonderin'" - Luther Stoneham (Mercury 8275; 1949)
00:03:43 "January 11, 1949 Blues" - Luther Stoneham (Mercury 8275; 1949)
00:06:21 "Hey Hey" - Big Bill Broonzy (Mercury 8271; 1952)
00:09:17 "Walkin' The Lonesome Road" - Big Bill Broonzy (Mercury 8271; 1952)
00:12:37 "Hit The Road Again" - Sunnyland Slim (Mercury 8264; 1952)
00:15:51 "Gin Drinkin' Baby" - Sunnyland Slim (Mercury 8264; 1952)
00:18:51 "Gone With The Wind" - Lightnin' Hopkins (Mercury 8293; 1952)
00:21:30 "She's Almost Dead" - Lightnin' Hopkins (Mercury 8293; 1952)
00:25:08 "Sad News From Korea" - Lightnin' Hopkins (Mercury 8274; 1952)
00:28:16 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR383 Blues dubs (no titles), undated
Rack number: RXH 4624
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 01:35:56, Side 2: 01:36:14) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "Gypsy Woman" - Muddy Waters
00:02:31 "Little Anna Mae" - Muddy Waters
00:04:59 unidentified male singer ("I go get up in the morning, go find me some coo coo place to go/this old house have done got rocky and I can't live there no more/Everybody told me lives in your neighborhood") [possibly the same singer as on the next song]
00:07:34 "Do It If You Want To" - unidentified male singer [possibly the same as the preceding song]
00:09:56 "Decoration Day" - Sonny Boy Williamson
00:12:37 "Love Me, Baby" - Sonny Boy Williamson
00:15:47 "I'm In A Traveling Mood" - Andrew Tibbs and Dozier Boys
00:18:41 "The Holidays Are Overs" - Andrew Tibbs
00:21:42 "Bilbo Is Dead" - Andrew Tibbs, with Dave Young's Orchestra
00:24:30 "Union Man Blues" - Andrew Tibbs, with Dave Young's Orchestra
00:27:35 "Carolina Blues" [?] ("Now that [?] rain or shining [?] don't the clouds look awful gray/I believe the Carolina blues and trouble is gonna follow me to my grave"
00:30:22 "First Time I Met the Blues" - unidentified male singer, with piano
00:33:06 "Say Pretty Mama (I'm Goin' to Kansas City)" - Sloke and Ike [Charlie Slocum and Ikey Robinson]
00:35:41 "Slocum Blues" - Sloke and Ike [Charlie Slocum and Ikey Robinson]
00:38:29 "Back Water Blues" - Ruby Smith
00:41:14 "He's Mine, All Mine" - Ruby Smith
00:43:50 "Harlem Gin Blues" - Ruby Smith
00:46:42 "Why Don't You Love Me Anymore" - Ruby Smith
00:49:19 Lyrics: "Where was you last night daddy when I knocked upon your door/... there was a pallet on your floor"
00:52:04 Lyrics: "I took you in baby when you didn't have a cent/well, you wouldn't buy no groceries, didn't have to pay no rent"
00:54:51 Lyrics: "winds are breakin' my heart/And I'm frantic because I'm in the dark/I know I love you because the rain wrote in on my window babe"
00:57:15 "Rocks in My Bed" - unidentified male singer
00:59:47 "Rocks in My Bed" [snippet only]
00:59:54 "My First Love Blues" - Tampa Red
01:02:44 "Let Me Play With Your Poodle" - Tampa Red
01:05:18 Lyrics: "I fool around with you [?] clothes are gone [?]/ain't nothing in the drug store [?] help you none"
01:08:01 snippet of the preceding song
01:08:18 Lyrics: "My telephone is out of order, and my doorbell refuse to ring"
01:11:02 "Streamline Train" - Cripple Clarence Lofton
01:13:41 "Crying Mother Blues" - Cripple Clarence Lofton with Red Nelson
01:16:13 Lyrics: "From Detroit to the river...to the break of day/if I don't see the woman I love somebody's gonna have to bury me/you can catch a Detroit special, you can ride most anywhere"
01:19:07 Lyrics: "I am sitting here thinking all day long [?]/my best friend has gone and won't be back no more/nights and days I pray that I'll find her in this world somewhere/I have looked the whole world over, the Lord must not have heard my prayer"
01:21:53 Lyrics: "Early in the morning, 'bout the break of day/I done moved out of the apartment where my baby used to stay"
01:24:33 Lyrics: "My mother she dead and my father too/and I don't know what in this whole wide world to do/I gonna lay my head on some Southern railroad iron"
01:27:10 Lyrics: "Baby please don't go/back to New Orleans, you know I love you so/turn your lamp down low"
01:29:51 "Break 'Em On Down" - unidentified male singer, with guitar and harmonica
01:32:50 Lyrics: "...since my good man has gone" [poor source recording condition]
01:35:36 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "This Is Your Last Chance" - Memphis Minnie
00:02:57 "Pig Meat on the Line" - Memphis Minnie
00:05:25 "Goin' Down Slow" - unidentified male singer
00:08:15 Lyrics: "Murder, murder in the first degree/[police] this woman is killing me/it ain't the way she wears her lipstick or the powder on her face, just the knowledge of the weakness in the whole human race"
00:10:54 Lyrics: "I ain't going down there [?] myself/why don't hear you talking pretty mama/I don't care you're gone, go on get somebody else/no sun gonna shine in my back door someday"
00:14:09 Cool Drink of Water Blues - Tommy Jones
00:17:37 Lyrics: "Now that I wake up she taken sick/before she dies lord lord before she dies/but I'm so glad poor girl had [?]/before she dies, lord knows before she dies"
00:20:04 Lyrics: "I say hey short man, quit knocking on my door, 'cause I'm four months behind and you ought to know I'm ain't gonna join that on [?] no more/well the last time I fed you I give you a $5 bill and the next time I fed you, you were running [?]"
00:22:38 Lyrics: "Hey what do you want your man to do/I rob and steal and make every [?] too/for my breakfast, give me half a cup of tea/[?] I ain't gonna work for you no more"
00:25:37 Lyrics: "I woke up this morning [?] took a [?] around my baby's bed/I got her face to the wall [?] not a word she said"
00:28:27 Lyrics: "My baby just mistreat me night and day/she mistreat the poor man just to pass the doggone time away/and baby what have I done was wrong/mistreat me baby and drove me away from my home"
00:31:21 Lyrics: "I said never mind, never mind baby, I got my doggone eyes on you/[?] pretty baby, do like I want you to do/when I was sick and down you drove me from your door/you know I was a poor man, sleeping out in the ice and snow"
00:34:20 "Drifting Heart" - Chuck Berry
00:37:03 "Roll Over Beethoven" - Chuck Berry
00:39:20 "Step It Up and Go" - Blind Boy Fuller
00:42:09 "Little Woman You're So Sweet" - Blind Boy Fuller
00:44:46 Lyrics: "Mama here come your root man, open the door and let him in/it is just about time you're using your good root again/your skin is getting bumpy and your skin looks over bad"
00:47:49 "Blue Sky Is My Blanket" - unidentified performer
00:50:43 unidentified female singer ("...Let's get drunk and suck/I know your other man is out of town, my other woman she's not around/now is the time to break 'em down") [same performer as the next song]
00:53:42 unidentified female singer ("I can't satisfy you no matter how I try to/maybe it's someone else you care for/you say you'd give the world for someone to care and live for, baby someone else to care/I try to pacify you in every way I know but I think you're happy you're raising hell for more") [same performer as the preceding song]
00:57:02 Lyrics: "I've been around the world, I've covered a lot of space/haven't found no one yet that can ever take your place/that ain't it, baby I need your love/now [?] who you thinking of"
00:59:02 Lyrics: "I'm walking by myself, I hope you understand I just want to be your loving man/love you, yes I love you with all my heart and soul/wouldn't mistreat you for my weight in gold/you know I love you, you know it's true/give you all of my loving/what more can I do"
01:01:44 Lyrics: "I was early one morning mama, I was on my way to [?]/just when I got to know you, [?] break my mama's rules"
01:04:47 unidentified male singer [inaudible; fast beat]
01:07:59 "Happy Home Blues" - Mississippi Matilda
01:10:38 "Hardworking Woman Blues" - Mississippi Matilda
01:13:26 "Mr. Pawn Broker" - B. B. King [?]
01:15:54 Lyrics: "You're the cutest thing in my life that I've ever witnessed to/when the woman I love [?] out there too/I told her to take it easy baby"
01:18:30 Lyrics: "I know a gal, her name is Betty Hobbs [?]/make good money on all her jobs/just cutting them clothes/she never did hurry, she just kept on cutting them clothes/day in and day out, she didn't want for a thing, she didn't use nothing but an easy swing"
01:21:21 Lyrics: "Early one morning when the possum left his den/[?] my baby came creeping in/[record skips here] mama tell me what's the matter now"
01:24:20 [inaudible; too much static]
01:27:08 Lyrics: "I ain't nothing but a hobo, won't somebody help me carry my load/...I have been in the jungle three long nights and days"
01:30:17 Lyrics: "Ain't it a shame, ain't it a shame, low down dirty shame/my baby wrote for me [?] won't let me ride this train/goodbye old Memphis, goodbye to the state of Tennessee/I'm going home to my baby"
01:33:26 "Working Man (Doing the Best I Can)" - Peetie Wheatstraw
01:36:14 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR409 Blues dubs (Mercury), undated
Rack number: RXH 4649
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:15:39) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Dubs of commercial recordings by Lightnin' Hopkins.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Let Me Fly Your Kite"
00:03:46 "Ain't It A Shame"
00:06:48 "Crazy 'Bout My Baby"
00:09:36 "You Do Too"
00:12:42 "Every Body's Down On Me"
00:15:39 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR394 Blues dubs (Blind Sammie - Georgia Bill), undated
Rack number: RXH 4635
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:35:11) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is significant hum from the tape.
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR378 Blues dubs (Ishman Bracey, Yank Rachell, and others), undated
Rack number: RXH 4619
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:32:02) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Dubbed commercial recordings by several artists.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Trouble Hearted Blues" - Ishman Bracey
00:03:26 "The Four (Sic) Day Blues" - Ishman Bracey
00:06:50 "Loudella Blues" - Yank Rachell
00:09:43 "Rainy Day Blues" - Yank Rachell
00:12:37 "Little Leg Woman" - Poor Joe Williams
00:15:48 "Somebody's Been Borrowing That Stuff" - Poor Joe Williams
00:19:02 "Providence Help The Poor People" - Poor Joe Williams
00:22:14 "49 Highway Blues" - Poor Joe Williams
00:25:30 "Ain't Seen No Whisky" Sleepy John Estes
00:28:55 "Cannonball Blues" Furry Lewis
00:32:02 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR382 Blues dubs, undated
Rack number: RXH 4623
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 01:35:12, Side 2: 00:36:54: analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "She Wants to Rattle Me All the Time" - Jimmie Gordon ("I got a woman/she can't be beat/she's tailor made and she's too sweet/she's a rattle snaking mama/she's a rattle snaking mama/she's a rattle snaking mama/she wants to rattle me all the time")
00:02:50 Lyrics: "I got the number runner blues/and every time I see a policeman I almost jump out of my shoes/standing on the corner, standing on the corner/wasn't doing nothing wrong/that policeman [?] took me by my arm"
00:05:30 Lyrics: "Every time a woman says she loves you please don't put pay that no mind/he's just jiving you just to pass away the time"
00:08:38 "Delia's Gone ("Delia, I'm so all alone/the only girl I ever loved but now you dead and gone/and lord you gone, you gone, Delia you gone")
00:11:43 Lyrics: "Come all day, come on rainy day/come on rainy day/... and blow my blues away/give me chicken when I'm hungry, lightning' when I'm dry/ give me chicken when I'm hungry, white lightnin' when I'm dry/and a real kind woman and heaven when I die"
00:14:32 "Roll 'Em Pete" ("I got a girl, she lives up on that hill/well that fool tried to quit but I love her still/she's got eyes like diamontine shine like Klondike gold/every time she loves me she sends my mellow soul")
00:17:26 Lyrics: "I got those traveling blues, 'bout you catch a train and ride/I got those traveling blues, bout to catch a train and ride/'cause when I'm a'riding I'm not satisfied/Dixieland is where the south begins/ I'm going to [?] my Pullman and ride that [?] in"
00:20:22 "Nappy Headed Blues" - Helen Humes
00:23:17 "Garlic Blues" - Helen Humes
00:26:07 "Today I Sing the Blues" - Helen Humes
00:28:52 "Jumpin' on Sugar Hill" - Helen Humes
00:31:41 "Don't Fall in Love With Me" - Helen Humes
00:34:41 "Somebody Loves Me" - Helen Humes
00:36:59 "Jet Propelled Papa" - Helen Humes
00:39:33 "Blue and Sentimental" - Helen Humes
00:42:34 "Hard Drivin' Mama" - Helen Humes
00:45:25 "If I Could Be With You" - Helen Humes
00:47:58 unidentified song performed by Helen Humes (Lyrics: "I've got my eyes on you/I can't seem like I'm looking but I got my eyes on you seeing everything you do/I watch your brown shoulders and that great big smile" [chorus throughout song] "hey hey baby/hey hey baby/ hey hey baby")
00:50:22 "Laziest Gal in Town" - Helen Humes
00:52:51 "My Life My Way" - Helen Humes
00:55:52 "I Ain't in the Mood" - Helen Humes
00:58:21 "Helen's Advice" - Helen Humes
01:01:01 "Airplane Blues" - Helen Humes
01:03:23 Lyrics: "Sometimes your heart is aching and you stood about all that you can/it's time to move your belongings, and find you another man"
01:06:42 Lyrics: "Don't you know your chances always been good honey, you were blind and could not see/Your chances was good baby, you were blind and could not see/all [?] picked a good woman [?] not when you passed by me"
01:09:14 "Nickel's Worth of Liver Blues" - Edith Johnson
01:11:49 "Honey Dripper Blues" - Edith Johnson
01:14:44 "Barrel House Flat Blues" - Mary Johnson
01:17:37 "Key to the Mountain Blues" - Mary Johnson
01:20:25 unidentified male singer (Lyrics: "What you going to do, can't get no jam/same to the women, also the man/Me and old Jones, can't get along/he ain't my friend, 'cause he can get dead")
01:23:23 unidentified male singer (Lyrics: "I think my baby don't speak to me no more/... and knocked her out of the door/take my baby I'm done telling lies and I caught her telling lies")
01:26:30 "Church Bell Blues" - Luke Jordan
01:29:33 "Cocaine Blues" - Luke Jordan
01:32:39 "Whitewash Station Blues" - Memphis Jug Band
01:35:12 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "Stealin' Stealin'" - Memphis Jug Band
00:03:09 "One of These Mornings" - unidentified female singer (Lyrics: "Kind of feeling blue sighing over you/you may think I've prove [?] me wrong when I sing this song/one of these mornings you're gonna wake up and find me gone/one of these mornings I tell it won't be long")
00:06:07 unidentified female singer (Lyrics: "You start to forget me, I'm going to stop loving you/you know you mistreated me that will never do/now haven't I always been true/man I'm a-faithful you, man ain't no good/'cause you walked away"(
00:08:34 "Sun Gonna Shine" [?] - unidentified female singer (Lyrics: "...Oh lonely mine ... sits just the [?] blue") [loud static / inaudible]
00:11:30 "Fire in the Mountain Blues" - Thelma La Vizzo
00:14:21 Lyrics: "I met a woman in west Texas, she had been left by herself alone/I bought a [?] [car] for [all three] where I wasn't even known/she fell for me a ragged stranger in the drizzling rain"
00:17:07 Lyrics: "I get up early every morning to toil the whole day through/baby wouldn't be so hard if I was getting up from beside of you/I'm so lonely without you baby, I can't be satisfied"
00:20:10 "Denomination Blues" [or "That's All]" - unidentified singer
00:25:28 "Sundown Blues" - Alec Johnson (vocal) Kansas Joe McCoy (guitar)
00:28:14 "Miss Meal Cramp Blues" - Alec Johnson
00:31:03 Lyrics: "When the sun get hot/[?] because they can't work it no more" [inaudible]
00:33:55 possibly Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe McCoy (Lyrics: "Tell me baby why you wanna leave your home/...tell me baby why don't you come back home") [inaudible]
00:36:54 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR388 Blues dubs, #1 (George "Little Hat" Jones), undated
Rack number: RXH 4629
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:34:20) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Dubbed from 78 rpm sound discs.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "New Two Sixteen Blues" - Little Hat Jones; Okeh 8712 (Lyrics: "I got a woman in Dallas, got one is San Antone too/I figure this one in San Antone don't know what this poor girl in Dallas gonna do/she's got nine good teeth people, all that wavy hair")
00:03:00 "Two String Blues" - Little Hat Jones; Okeh 8712 (Lyrics: "I said listen baby, honey, I can't move no more/all these blues crawl up my window and travel up underneath my door/some women weep like a willow and some mourn just like a dove")
00:06:07 "Hurry Blues" - Little Hat Jones; Okeh 8735 (Lyrics: "I know this eagle's on the dollar, other side in God We Trust/Well, a woman loves a man, but I know this dollar's first")
00:09:15 "Corpus Blues" - Little Hat Jones; Okeh 8735 (Lyrics: "I remember one time people it was in nineteen and twenty-four/something that happened that year that I never want to see no more")
00:12:24 "Penitentiary Moan Blues" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8640 (Lyrics: "Mama, she told me to stay at home and I wouldn't/you told me to stay at home and I said I couldn't/but now mama, Bud Russell has got me and lord have mercy/if I had a listen, mama, when you was telling me these things I wouldn't have to worry with these old rusty chains")
00:15:23 "Blue Devil Blues" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8640 (Lyrics: "I heard a mumbling deep down in the ground/said it must been the devil turning them women around")
00:18:33 "Double Crossing Blues" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8745 (Lyrics: "Some men like dogging, I just declare I don't/baby if you think I'm going to stand you mistreating me I declare I won't/there is something about foolishness, they even try to settle down")
00:21:50 "Some Day Baby You Troubles Is Gonna Be Like Mine" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8771 (Lyrics: "Someday woman your troubles gonna be like mine/I'm gonna to break your heart just like you broke mine")
00:25:02 "Awful Moaning Blues, Part 1" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8731 (Lyrics: "I've been moaning, moaning ever since you've been gone/but I find a new of moaning to bring my woman back home")
00:28:16 "Awful Moaning Blues, Part 2" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8731 (Lyrics: "I've been moaning woman, ever since you've been gone/since I went back home and looked up on the shelf/since I'm getting mighty tired sleeping by myself")
00:31:16 "Johnny Behren's Blues" - Texas Alexander; Okeh 8745 (Lyrics: "When I was a sailor sailing on the deep blue sea/said I learned all the women man them ocean ways/I learned the way that every woman craves/said there must be a new way that really won't behave")
00:34:20 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR387 Blues dubs, #5 (Hambone Willie Newbern), undated
Rack number: RXH 4628
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:33:40) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Dubbed from 78 rpm sound discs.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "She Could Toodle-Oo" - Hambone Willie Newbern; Okeh 8740 (Lyrics: There once was a girl, she bought a horn [?] blowing it right down the street/every time she blows she goes toodle-do, she blows through everybody she meet/I walking down the street the other day and met the same old girl myself")
00:03:03 "Shelby County Workhouse Blues" - Hambone Willie Newbern; Okeh 8740 (Lyrics: "I left for Memphis, Tennessee on my way back to Marked Tree/I left for Memphis, Tennessee on my way back to dear old Marked Tree/I might be gone 'fore my baby says [?] up above my knee")
00:05:55 "Way Down In Arkansas" - Hambone Willie Newbern; Okeh 8693 (Lyrics: "Way down yonder in old Arkansas, where you find the turkey in the straw/that's where my great-grandma first met up a-with my great-grandpa")
00:08:57 "Hambone Willie's Dreamy-Eyed Woman's Blues" - Hambone Willie Newbern; Okeh 8693 (Lyrics: "I got a dreamy-eyed woman live down on Cherry Street/and she laughs and talks with every brown-skin old man she meet/says I told her last night and all the night before/said, "If you don't quit so much runnin', baby, you can't be mine no more")
00:11:55 "Stomp Down Rider" - Georgia Bill; Okeh 8936 (Lyrics: "When I first met you mama you was so nice and kind/you done got reckless and changed your mind/now you stomp down rider, now you stomp rider/now you stomp down rider, but you're 'most too drunk for me")
00:15:03 "Scary Day Blues" - Georgia Bill; Okeh 8936 (Lyrics: "I wants to wait around here baby, until your fried pie'll get done/because I think I got a nickel, I wants to buy me one/I wonder could I find a woman, to do like my last rider done/she kep' it all for her daddy, she didn't give nobody none")
00:18:06 "Devil Blues" - Sylvester Weaver; Okeh 8534 (Lyrics: "I had a dream while sleeping found myself way down below, my Lord/couldn't get to heaven, hell's the place I had to go/devil had me cornered, stuck with his old pitchfork/devil had me cornered, stuck me with his old pitchfork/and he put me in an oven, thought he had me for roast pork")
00:21:12 "Black Spider Blues" - Sylvester Weaver; Okeh 8534 (Lyrics: "Saw a big black spider creeping up my bedroom wall/finds out he was only going to get his ashes hauled/say if that black spider bit you it would be too bad Jim/give your heart to the devil and your hips would belong to him")
00:24:08 "Rough Alley Blues" - Mary Willis (vocal) and Blind Willie McTell (vocal and guitar); Okeh 8921, Magnolia 502 (Lyrics: "Pull down your window and let all your blinds/so your next door neighbor baby won't hear your best friend cry/take it low down an easy, don't let you best friend [inaudible]/so the next door neighbor doesn't hear you grieve and groan")
00:27:21 "Low Down Blues" - Mary Willis (vocal), Blind Willie McTell (guitar), Curley Weaver (second guitar); Okeh 8921, Magnolia 502 (Lyrics: "I ain't gonna be your low down dog no more/I've been your dog [inaudible] since I've been in Georgia/I've been your dog ever since I've been your gal/I ain't gonna be your dog just to be your pal")
00:30:31 "Heart Is Right Blues" - Snitcher Roberts; Okeh 8781 (Lyrics: "Blues and trouble seem to be my best friend/when my blues leaves me then my troubles begin/I'm down and out and can't nobody find me/nobody in town baby got more blues than me")
00:33:40 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR386 Blues dubs, #12 (Jesse James - Walter Davis), undated
Rack number: RXH 4627
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 00:37:00, Side 2: 00:37:21) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is significant hum, as well as crosstalk, from the tape.
Time Content
Start unidentified (Lyrics: "Hey, ya ya ya ya/Hey, hey ya ya ya ya/everybody is on a wonder, what's the matter with this world today/people want you to do right, then I mean alright [unclear]/they want to mistreat you...")
00:03:42 unidentified (Lyrics: "I've got a brown skin woman, bunch of high yellow too/I got so many womens [sic] I don't know what to do/I've got [?] girl works on Broadway [and] Main, I've got to choose a woman to get me my pocket change")
00:06:33 unidentified (Lyrics: "I wake up, momma wake up and don't sleep so sound/give me what you promised me before you laid down/I'm [?] get my tunin', only thing I love/make her weep like a willow, sleep snug like a turtle dove")
00:09:15 unidentified (Lyrics: "you've got bad blood mama, I believe you need a shot/now turn over here mama, let me see what else you've got/I doctors [sic] on women, I don't fool around with men")
00:12:28 unidentified (Lyrics: "Baby don't put no more baking powder in your bread you see, 'cause your biscuits is plenty tall enough for me/baby I don't want no more sugar in your jelly roll you see, 'cause your jelly roll is plenty sweet enough for me")
00:14:29 unidentified (Lyrics: "boy if I should get able I'm going to build me a heaven of my own so these brown skin women can gang around me throne/I'm gonna build up my nest and some brown skin woman [?] so when these nights get cold I'm going to stay right there")
00:17:14 "See See Rider"
00:20:05 "Black Horse Mare" - Blind Lemon Jefferson
00:22:50 "Beggin' Back" - Blind Lemon Jefferson
00:25:36 "Old Rounders Blues" - Blind Lemon Jefferson
00:28:19 "That Black Snake Moan" - Blind Lemon Jefferson (Lyrics: "ain't got no mama now/she told me late last night you don't need no mama no how/black snake crawlin' in my room/some pretty mama [?] gonna get this black snake soon")
00:31:09 "Stocking Feet Blues" - Blind Lemon Jefferson (Lyrics: "somebody keep on calling me/she's got hair like a mermaid on the sea")
00:34:04 "Wartime Blues" - Blind Lemon Jefferson
00:37:00 End
Time Content
Start "Jim Crow Blues" - Cow Cow Davenport (Lyrics: "I'm tired of being Jim Crowed, gonna Leave this Jim Crow town/Doggone my black soul, I'm sweet Chicago bound")
00:03:08 "Goin' Home Blues" - Cow Cow Davenport (Lyrics: "I'm goin' home some old day, and the time won't be long/I'm goin' home some old cold ass rainy day/You gonna ask 'bout me, down the road I'll be gone/I'm goin' home some old cold and rainy day")
00:06:04 unidentified (Lyrics: "Oh you talk about your shuffle, talk about your [?], you got a new dance they call the Georgia skornch [?]/now they're skornchin'/now it's a brand new dance and it's sure is all right with me/now the way they shake it just won't do/young folks do it and the old ones too")
00:08:46 unidentified (Lyrics: "Oh these old blues [inaudible]/[?] oh sweet mama, what a fool I've been/trying to love a woman and she's got four other men/oh what a fool I've been/if you take me back sweet mama I'll never take back sweet mama I'll act a fool again")
00:11:46 unidentified (Lyrics: "Hula, hula [inaudible]/hula, hula, hula, hula/yes sir, I'm [inaudible] an old man crazy about young gals, [inaudible] oldest son, that made me be crazy too"
00:14:38 unidentified (Lyrics: "I got a gal, nice and mean/meanest gal I've ever have seen/she ain't good looking but she [inaudible]/ah baby don't pick on me")
00:17:24 unidentified (Lyrics: "You got a good woman, treat her right today/don't wait til tomorrow she may be gone away/don't put off til tomorrow things you can do today/you'll look for your sweet mama she'll be a thousand miles away")
00:20:12 unidentified (Lyrics: "Moaning in the morning, moaning all through the night/when you hear me moaning you know things ain't going right/now you can't sleep at nighttime, you can't stay awake at day")
00:22:45 "Terrible Operation Blues" - Georgia Tom [Thomas A. Dorsey] and Hannah May (Lyrics: "Alright nurse, bring the next patient in/get up on this table, pull off that gown/raise up that right leg up and let that left one down/pull off them stockings, that silk underwear")
00:25:35 "Queen Bee Blues" - Bumble Bee Slim (Lyrics: Queen bee, queen bee, won't you please come back to me")
00:28:45 unidentified (Lyrics: "My baby's gone and I can't feel good no more/she left this morning and she [inaudible] the piano/when she was leaving she wouldn't even shake my hand/I said that's all right baby, someday you will understand"
00:31:40 unidentified (Lyrics: "I tried everything I could to be the man for you/but you don't mean me no good, that's why you won't be true/you made me sick baby, til I wouldn't throw you down")
00:34:31 unidentified (Lyrics: "Well, probably in my home/that's why you hear me tryin' to sing this song/when trouble starts a-rolling, blues knocked on my door/I got a feeling that I never had before")
00:37:21 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR385 Blues dubs, #17 (Snitcher Roberts etc.), undated
Rack number: RXH 4626
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:32:49) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, stereo ; 7 in.
Dubbed from 78 rpm sound discs.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "Snitcher's Blues" - Snitcher Roberts (OKeh 8781)
00:03:17 "My Butcher Man" - Memphis Minnie (OKeh 8948)
00:06:19 "Too Late" - Memphis Minnie (OKeh 8948)
00:09:27 "Bull Headed Woman Blues" - Kokomo Arnold (Decca 7212)
00:12:20 "Shake That Thing" - Kokomo Arnold (Decca 7212)
00:15:04 "Boa Constrictor Blues" - Blue Belle (Okeh 8538)
00:18:18 "Sneakin' Lizard Blues" - Blue Belle (Okeh 8538)
00:21:16 "Mama Don't Want It" - Lillie Mae (Okeh 8920)
00:24:06 "Bootie Wah Bootie" - Lillie Mae (Okeh 8920)
00:27:18 "Sweet Jelly Rollin'" - The Mississippi Mudder (Decca 7207A)
00:30:07 "Baker Man" - The Mississippi Mudder (Decca 7207A)
00:32:49 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR379 Blues dubs (Ernest Lane, James Williamson), undated
Rack number: RXH 4620
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 01:33:36, Side 2: 01:33:27) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Blues songs performed by Ernest Lane, James Williamson and other singers. Side 1 - #102-Ernest Lane - Little Girl. Side 2 - F 121-James Williamson - Homesick
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is significant hiss, and crosstalk from the tape.
Side 1
Time Content
Start Ernest Lane performs "Little Girl"
00:03:06 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Now tell me baby what is wrong with you, if you don't love me, why don't you tell me so..."
00:05:03 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Mean for a gal, Show no good, you know I love you... Mean for a girl, you are teasing me..."
00:07:24 An unidentified song.
00:09:43 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Hello operator, let me use your phone..."
00:12:10 An unidentified song.
00:14:49 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Maybe I want you for my home...Maybe I gave you everything I own..."
00:17:35 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "screaming and crying, crying all night long...I love my baby but she is gone...baby please come home"
00:20:10 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Why don't you treat me like I treat you, but that's alright..."
00:22:40 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "When I am feeling baby you know that wrong ...try to get along..."
00:25:25 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "At dawn when I feel all alone..."
00:27:58 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "No no no baby, my heart can't take it no more..."
00:30:22 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "And I am going down, I did go by myself...I love you baby, I want you by my side..."
00:33:11 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Have I ever listened to what people say..."
00:35:56 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Yes I lied down last night, woke up this morning spirited and kind..."
00:38:19 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "She got a truck..."
00:40:43 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Please take the time, please give me a piece of mind, I can't go on, not anymore..."
00:43:39 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Listen to what I have to say..."
00:46:07 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "My baby is talking, and what she said is true...if you have no money, you can't live happy life no more..."
00:49:05 An unidentified blue piece played by a band.
00:51:46 Lyrics: "Come back baby, run back to me, be my companion..."
00:54:31 Lyrics: "Why didn't you tell me, you gone with another man..."
00:57:36 Lyrics: "You ain't nothing but a bad cat..."
01:00:19 Lyrics: "Well I am walking and walking, yes I am walking in the rain..."
01:02:37 An unidentified song.
01:05:11 An unidentified blue piece played by a band.
01:07:46 Lyrics: "Louie, you are this sweet, yeah I know, you know that I love you...I just can't let you go..."
01:10:40 Lyrics: "I don't want no woman...cheeks don't shine like gold..."
01:13:46 Lyrics: "Winter time is coming and my baby is going away..."
01:16:16 Lyrics: "I am so happy, I could jump up and shout..."
01:18:26 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Yes that is too fast, when you sings it all by yourself..."
01:21:05 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Yes I am gone..."
01:23:39 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "I have so much bad luck and trouble..."
01:26:12 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Operator, operator...I got to find my babe.. all I want to say is hello..."
01:29:30 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Hey baby, please forgive me darling if I stay...I have been looking for you everywhere...you are meant for me..."
01:31:37 Lyrics: "Remember when you left me, it broke my heart in two..."
01:33:36 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start An unidentified song. Lyrics: "I don't have a home to sleep, I don't know what to do..."
00:02:40 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "My home is Georgia..."
00:05:13 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "lonely lonely night, lay my head on my pillow, I will cry all night long..."
00:07:26 Lyrics: "You can get your gun...I am coming home..."
00:09:28 An unidentified song.
00:12:20 An unidentified song.
00:15:25 An unidentified song.
00:18:08 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "You told me baby, where you are, you put enough beauty in my soul...you don't care what I say, everything I do... it is wrong to you...
00:20:48 An unidentified song. Lyrics: Come on baby, boogie woogie all night long..."
00:23:31 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "baby take your time, love you, please be mine..."
00:26:18 An unidentified piece played by a band.
00:28:39 An unidentified piece played by a band.
00:31:20 An unidentified piece played by a band.
00:33:40 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "I am gonna tell you all women, you better find yourself a man...depression blues..."
00:36:20 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "You got lucky baby, let me tell you how I feel..."
00:39:12 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Baby take it easy...take it easy all the time..."
00:41:38 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "My baby left me this morning cuz she found several other men..."
00:44:13 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Rock me fast, rock me slow...rock my blue away..."
00:46:37 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "I walked into a big tavern, met a girl of a life time, I brought five dollar when I entered, when I left I have one dime..."
00:49:46 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "My name in Memphis now, they call me granddad...if you are my customers I will let you have an easy plate..."
00:52:47 An unidentified song.
00:55:32 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "baby I am so blue and lonely..."
00:58:22 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "You've been stealing my honey, your fingerprints is all over my heart..."
01:01:00 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "all aboard, hold the train conductor, please don't let the engine stop"
01:03:58 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "Now I am going to tell you a story...Oh yeah"
01:06:15 An unidentified song.
01:08:33 An unidentified song. Poor sound quality.
01:11:25 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "A woman love another man..."
01:14:04 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "tell me baby, what are you gonna do..."
01:16:45 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "when things go wrong, so wrong with you, it hurts me too..."
01:19:37 An unidentified song.
01:22:23 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "my head can't rest no more..."
01:25:29 An unidentified song. Lyrics: "baby why do you have to go...you used to love me so..."
01:28:40 An unidentified song. Poor sound quality.
01:31:30 An unidentified song. Lyrics: Do you want to rock? Do you want to roll? Do you want to shout?
01:33:27 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR384 Blues dubs (Mississippi Sheiks - Joe Williams), undated
Rack number: RXH 4625
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:31:20) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is significant hum from the tape. Audio on the left channel only from 00:23:43 to the end.
Time Content
Start "New Sittin' On Top of The World" - Mississippi Sheiks (Paramount 13134)
00:03:31 "New Stop and Listen Blues" - Mississippi Sheiks (Paramount 13134)
00:07:16 "Mr. Devil Blues" - Joe Williams (Vocalion 1457)
00:10:27 "I Won't Be In Hard Luck No More" - Big Joe Williams (Bluebird 7065)
00:13:03 "Going Up On The Mountain" - Joe Williams (Bluebird 7770)
00:16:32 "California Desert Blues" - Lane Hardin (Bluebird test pressing 91450-1)
00:19:59 "Let Me Be Your Little Dog" - Barbecue Bob (Columbia test pressing 149347-1)
n/a two very brief snippets of different songs
00:24:45 unidentified male singer, with guitar ("While gazing a pool of muddy water, I saw some grassroots politician") [cut off before end]
00:25:03 "Walk Right In" - Rooftop Singers [beginning is cut off]
00:26:05 "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window" - Bob Dylan [cut off before end]
00:27:20 "He Was A Friend of Mine" - The Byrds [cut off before end]
00:28:37 unidentified male singers (duo) ("He's coming back again, coming back again, coming back again for me at the end/[inaudible]/he's coming back for me and you/right [?] on Easter morn") [beginning is cut off]
00:29:25 "Candy Man" - Hot Tuna
00:31:20 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR396 Blues dubs (Big Amos Patton), undated
Rack number: RXH 4637
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