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Sic 'em dogs on me

Author: Elizabeth Johnson, (Vocalist)Mae GloverBukka WhiteIshman BraceyRosie Mae MooreAll authors
Publisher: Glen Cove, N.Y. : Herwin, [1972?]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Johnson, (Vocalist); Mae Glover; Bukka White; Ishman Bracey; Rosie Mae Moore; DeFord Bailey; D H Bilbro; Louie Lasky; Willie Baker; Long Cleve Reed; Mississippi John Hurt; Furry Lewis; Charley Patton; Downhome Boys (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 6954256
Notes: Program notes by Bernard Klatzko on container.
Performer(s): Blues songs; various performers.
Event notes: Recorded 1927-39.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: Be my kid blues (Elizabeth Johnson) --
Sobbin' woman blues (Elizabeth Johnson) --
I ain't givin' nobody none (Mae Glover) --
Po' boy (Washington White) --
Sic 'em dogs on me (Washington White) --
Suitcase full of blues (Ishman Bracey) --
Ha ha blues (Rosie Mae Moore) --
John Henry blues (De Ford Bailey) --
Chester blues (D.H. Bilbro) --
How you want your rollin' done (Louie Lasky) --
Teasin' brown blues (Louie Lasky) --
Weak minded blues (Willie Baker) --
Rag baby (Willie Baker) --
Mama you don't know how (Long "Cleve" Reed and the Downhome Boys) --
Original Stack O'Lee blues (Mississippi John Hurt) --
John Henry blues-part 1 (Furry Lewis) --
Heart like railroad steel (Charley Patton).
Other Titles: Be my kid blues.
Sobbin' woman blues.
I ain't givin' nobody none.
Po' boy.
Suitcase full of blues.
Ha ha blues.
John Henry blues.
Chester blues.
How you want your rollin' done.
Teasin' brown blues.
Weak minded blues.
Rag baby.
Mama you don't know how.
Original Stack O'Lee blues.
John Henry blues.
part 1.
Heart like railroad steel.
Stack O'Lee blues.

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