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    Henry Thomas

    Henry Thomas (Big Sandy, Texas), fue un cantante de country blues
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    Charlie Jackson

    'Papa' Charlie Jackson
    b. November 10, 1887 in New Orleans, Louisiana
    d. May 7, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois
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    Leadbelly

    Huddie William Ledbetter (Mooringsport, Luisiana), conocido como Leadbelly, fue un músico y compositor estadounidense de blues y folk.
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    J. T. Smith

    J. T. Smith (Harrison County, Texas)
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    Luke Jordan

    Luke Jordan
    b. January 28, 1892 in Bluefield, Mercer County, West Virginia
    d. June 25, 1952 in Lynchburg, Lynchburg City, Virginia
    buried at Forest Hill Burial Park in Lynchburg, Lynchburg City, Virginia
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    Mississippi John Hurt

    "Mississippi" John Smith Hurt (Teoc, Misisipi), fue un cantautor y guitarrista estadounidense de blues y folk.
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    Blind Willie Johnson

    William J. Johnson
    b. January 22 (25), 1897 in Independence near Brenham, Washington County, Texas
    d. September 18, 1945 in Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas
    buried at Blanchette Cemetery in Beaumont, Jefferson County, TX
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    Jimmie Rodgers

    Jimmie Rodgers (Meridian, Misisipi), fue un cantautor y guitarrista estadounidense de música country y country blues. Fue el primer músico en convertirse en una estrella del country.
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    Sonny Boy Williamson II

    Aleck Ford (más tarde, Rice Miller), conocido como Sonny Boy Williamson II (Glendora,Misisipi), fue un poeta, músico, cantante y compositor estadounidense, que ha sido considerado como la leyenda definitiva del blues.
  • «Maple Leaf Rag»

    «Maple Leaf Rag»
    «Maple Leaf Rag» («Rag de la hoja de arce») es una composición musical de ragtime para piano compuesta por Scott Joplin.
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    Pink Anderson

    Fue un cantante y guitarrista de blues estadounidense de
    (Laurens, Carolina del Sur) Comenzó a tocar blues a los catorce años en espectáculos ambulantes organizados por charlatanes que se decían médicos. Estaría con el "doctor" Kerr hasta 1945 cantando canciones populares y contando chistes para atraer "pacientes".
  • "The Entertainer"

    "The Entertainer"
    "The Entertainer" is a 1902 classic piano rag written by Scott Joplin.
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    Son House

    Eddie James House, Jr. (Lyon, Misisipi), más conocido como Son House, fue un guitarrista y cantante estadounidense de blues.
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    "Skip" James

    Nehemiah Curtis "Skip" James (Bentonia, Mississippi) fue cantante, guitarrista, pianista y compositor de blues norteamericano.
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    Scrapper Blackwell

    Fue un cantante y guitarrista estadounidense de blues. Más conocido por ser uno de los integrantes del dúo de guitarra y piano que formó junto a Leroy Carr en los últimos años de la década de 1920 y en los primeros años de la década de 1930. Blackwell es definido como un guitarrista acústico excepcional del Chicago blues, a pesar de que algunos críticos musicales indican que viró musicalmente hacia el jazz.
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    Leroy Carr

    Fue un cantante, compositor y pianista de blues estadounidense cuya popularidad y estilo influenció a varios artistas como Nat King Cole y Ray Charles. La canción que le hizo famoso fue "How Long, How Long Blues", grabado por la compañía discográfica Vocalion Records en 1928 y para el cual compuso la música
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    Johnny Temple

    Was an American Chicago blues guitarist and singer,(Hazlehurst, Mississippi)
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    The Delmore Brothers

    Alton Delmore (25 de diciembre de 1908 - 9 de junio de 1964) y Rabon Delmore (3 de diciembre de 1916 - 4 de diciembre de 1952), (Elkmont, Alabama)considerados como The Delmore Brothers , fueron cantautores y músicos pioneros de la música country que fueron estrellas del Grand Ole Opry en la década de 1930.
  • Pleasant Moments

    Pleasant Moments
    "Pleasant Moments – Ragtime Waltz" – tocada por Scott Joplin (abril 1916).
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    Robert Johnson

    Robert Leroy Johnson (Hazlehurst, Misisipi), fue un cantante, compositor y guitarrista estadounidense de blues, conocido como el Rey del Delta Blues .
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    Floyd Council

    Floyd Council (Chapel Hill, North Carolina), fue un guitarrista y cantante norteamericano de blues. Se convirtió en un conocido profesional del Piedmont blues en el sureste de los Estados Unidos en la década de 1930.
  • Freight Train

    Freight Train
    Elizabeth Cotten
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    Woody Guthrie

    Woodrow Wilson Guthrie (Okemah, Oklahoma), conocido como Woody Guthrie, fue un músico y cantautor folk estadounidense. Prolífico e influyente, fue conocido por su identificación con la gente común, los pobres y los oprimidos, así como por su lucha contra el fascismo y toda explotación humana.
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    Sonny Boy Wiliamson I

    John Lee Williamson (Jackson, Tennessee) conocido en el mundo del blues como Sonny Boy Wiliamson I, fue un armonicista y cantante estadounidense.
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    Tex Williams

    Sollie Paul Williams (Ramsey, Illinois),fue un músico y actor estadounidense.
  • Crazy Blues

    Crazy Blues
    Mamie Smith– Crazy Blues
    Accompanied By – Her Jazz Hounds*
    Bass Saxophone – Unknown Artist
    Clarinet – Ernest Elliot*
    Cornet [Or] – Addington Major, Johnny Dunn
    Piano – Willie "The Lion" Smith
    Trombone – Dope Andrews*
    Violin – Leroy Parker
    Vocals – Mamie Smith A3: 7529-C New York City, 10 August 1920
  • Lonesome Mama Blues

    Lonesome Mama Blues
    Mamie Smith, Acc. Her Jazz Hounds*– Lonesome Mama Blues
    Early May 1922
  • Alabama Blues / That Da Da Strain

    Alabama Blues / That Da Da Strain
    Mamie Smith– Alabama Blues
    Accompanied By – Her Jazz Hounds*
    Alto Saxophone [Poss.] – Coleman Hawkins
    Clarinet [Poss.] – Bob Fuller
    Cornet – Johnny Dunn
    Cornet [Poss.] – Bubber Miley
    Drums – Unknown Artist
    Piano – Unknown Artist
    Trombone [Poss.] – Herb Flemming*
    Violin [Poss.] – Leroy Parker
    Vocals – Mamie Smith
    B2: 70730-A New York City, c. 10 June 1922 Mamie Smith– That Da Da Strain
    Accompanied By – Her Jazz Hounds*
    Banjo – Samuel Speed*
    Vocals – Mamie Smith
  • That's a Plenty

    That's a Plenty
    New Orleans Rhythm Kings recorded their rendition in 1923
  • Graveyard Dream Blues

    Graveyard Dream Blues
    Ida Cox – Complete Recorded Works 1923-1938 in Chronological Order Volume 1 (1923)
    Sello: Document Records (2) – DOCD-5322
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: Austria
    Publicado: 1995
    Género: Jazz, Blues Tracks 1 to 6: June 1923
  • I've Got to Go and Leave My Daddy Behind / Longing for Daddy Blues

    I've Got to Go and Leave My Daddy Behind / Longing for Daddy Blues
    Sara Martin
  • "Bo-Weavil Blues"

    "Bo-Weavil Blues"
    Lovie Austin Blues Serenaders
    1923/12
  • Moonshine Blues

    Moonshine Blues
    Ma Rainey 1923/12 "Moonshine Blues" Lovie Austin
    Blues Serenaders
  • Jail House Blues

    Jail House Blues
    VIRGINIA LISTON
  • Papa's Lawdy Lawdy Blues / Airy Man Blues

    Papa's Lawdy Lawdy Blues / Airy Man Blues
    Charlie Jackson rec. c. August 1924 in Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
  • "Booze and Blues"

    "Booze and Blues"
    Ma Rainey
    1924/10 Her Georgia Jazz Band, New York City
  • "How Long Daddy How Long"

    "How Long Daddy How Long"
    Ida Cox (February 25, 1888 or 1896
    Toccoa, Georgia) rec in Chicago, September 1925
  • All I Want Is A Spoonful

    All I Want Is A Spoonful
    Charlie Jackson
    rec. c. September 1925 Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
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    B. B. King

    Riley Ben King (Itta Bena, Misisipi), más conocido como B.B. King, fue un músico, cantante y compositor estadounidense.
  • Butter And Egg Man Blues

    Butter And Egg Man Blues
    Charlie Jackson rec. c. February 1926 in Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
  • Garter Snake Blues

    Garter Snake Blues
    Victoria Spivey ‎– Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 (11 May 1926 To 31 October 1927)
    Christmas Morning Blues
    Black Snake Blues
    Spider Web Blues
  • Milk Cow Blues / Muddy Water Blues

    Milk Cow Blues / Muddy Water Blues
    Papa Freddie (Lake Providence, Louisiana) November 17, 1926 in Chicago, IL; Freddie Spruell, voc, g
  • Kokola Blues

    Kokola Blues
    Madlyn Davis a year earlier in 1927
  • Stackalee

    Stackalee
    Set One: Ballads; Disc Two; Track Five performed by Frank Hutchison. "Vocal solo with harmonica, guitar." Recorded in New York
  • Yellow Dog Blues / Devil In The Lions Den

    Yellow Dog Blues / Devil In The Lions Den
    Sam Collins
  • John Henry / Cottonfield Blues

    John Henry / Cottonfield Blues
    Henry Thomas
  • Skoodle Um Skoo

    Skoodle Um Skoo
    Charlie Jackson
    rec. c. July 1927 in Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
  • Pretty Polly

    Pretty Polly
    Benjamin Frank Shelton (January 1, 1902 – February 28, 1963) was an American singer and banjoist who recorded a number of songs for Victor Records at the Bristol sessions in Bristol, Tennessee on July 29, 1927. Shelton traveled from Corbin, Kentucky where he worked as a barber to Bristol for the sessions with gospel singer and preacher Alfred Karnes. Four of the recordings survive today, "Darling Cora", "",
  • Dead Drunk Blues

    Dead Drunk Blues
    Ma Rainey and Her Georgia Band August 1927 in Chicago.
  • Church Bells Blues / Cocaine Blues

    Church Bells Blues / Cocaine Blues
    Luke Jordan
    - Church Bells Blues (39819-1) @ Spotify
    - Pick Poor Robin Clean (39820-1) @ Spotify rec. August 16, 1927 in Charlotte, NC; Luke Jordan, voc, g
  • Midnight Special Blues

    Midnight Special Blues
    Sam Collins
    rec. c. September 17, 1927 in Richmond, IN; Sam Collins, voc, g
  • Mr. McTell Got The Blues

    Mr. McTell Got The Blues
    Blind Willie McTell,
    rec. October 21, 1927 in Atlanta, GA; Blind Willie McTell, voc, 6-str g
  • Stardust

    Stardust
    Hoagy Carmichael armichael grabó la canción, cuyo título original era "Star Dust", en el estudio Gennett en Richmond, Indiana. October 31, 1927
  • Devil Blues

    Devil Blues
    Sylvester Weaver's (July 25, 1897
    Louisville, Kentucky)
  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom / New Bo-Weavil Blues

    Ma Rainey's Black Bottom / New Bo-Weavil Blues
    Ma Rainey and Her Georgia Band
    1927/12 "New Bo-Weavil Blues" / "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom"
  • It's Nobody's Fault But Mine / Dark Was The Night - Cold Was The Ground

    It's Nobody's Fault But Mine / Dark Was The Night - Cold Was The Ground
    BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON
    • I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole (145316-1 or -2)
    • Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed (145317-2)
    rec. December 3, 1927 in Dallas, TX; Blind Willie Johnson, voc, g
  • Lonesome Man Blues

    Lonesome Man Blues
    Thomas A Dorsey
  • I'm So Tired Of Living All Alone

    I'm So Tired Of Living All Alone
    Lonnie Johnson
  • I'm Looking For A Woman Who Knows How To Treat Me Right

     I'm Looking For A Woman Who Knows How To Treat Me Right
    Papa Charlie Jackson
    rec. c. January 1928 in Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
  • Kokomo Blues

    Kokomo Blues
    "Scrapper" Blackwell (Indianapolis)
  • Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas)

    Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas)
    Jimmie Rodgers
  • Big Road Blues

    Big Road Blues
    Tommy Johnson
    rec. at Memphis Auditorium, Memphis, TN; Tommy Johnson, voc, g; Charlie McCoy, g
  • Saturday Blues

    Saturday Blues
    Ishman Bracey
    rec. at Memphis Auditorium, Memphis, TN; Ishmon Bracey, voc, g; Charlie McCoy, g
  • Easy Winner

    Easy Winner
    The Blue Boys* – Easy Winner
    recorded 15 February 1928. The Blue Boys* – Memphis Stomp / Easy Winner
    Sello: Okeh – 45314
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 1929
    Género: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country
    Estilo: Country, Ragtime
  • In the Jailhouse Now

    In the Jailhouse Now
    Jimmie Rodgers
  • Every Day In The Week Blues / C.C. & O. Blues

    Every Day In The Week Blues / C.C. & O. Blues
    • Papa's 'Bout To Get Mad
    • Gonna Tip Out Tonight
    PINK ANDERSON and SIMMIE DOOLEY
    rec. April 14, 1928 in Atlanta, GA;
  • Ash Tray Blues

    Ash Tray Blues
    Papa Charlie Jackson
    rec. c. May 1928 in Chicago, IL; Charlie Jackson, voc, bj
  • Fishing Blues / Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance

    Fishing Blues / Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance
    HenryThomas
  • Prove It On Me Blues / Runaway Blues

    Prove It On Me Blues / Runaway Blues
    Ma Rainey
    Prove It On Me Blues, June 1928
    Runaway Blues, September 1928
    in Chicago.
  • "How Long How Long Blues"

    "How Long How Long Blues"
    Leroy Carr (March 27, 1905
    Nashville, Tennessee)
  • Judge Hars Blues

    Judge Hars Blues
    Furry Lewis in Memphis, TN; Furry Lewis, voc, g
  • Canned Heat Blues

    Canned Heat Blues
    Tommy Johnson
    rec. in Memphis, TN; Tommy Johnson, voc, g
  • Statesboro Blues

    Statesboro Blues
    Blind Willie McTell
    rec. October 17, 1928 in Atlanta, GA; Blind Willie McTell, voc, g
  • Stack O' Lee

    Stack O' Lee
    Mississippi John Hurt
  • Honey Dripper Blues

    Honey Dripper Blues
    Edith Johnson (January 2, 1903
    St. Louis, Missouri)
  • Cow Cow Blues / Chimes Blues

    Cow Cow Blues / Chimes Blues
    Cow Cow Davenport
    Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1
  • Bull-Doze Blues

    Bull-Doze Blues
    Henry Thomas
  • Waiting for a Train

    Waiting for a Train
    Jimmie Rodgers
  • Straight Alky Blues

    Straight Alky Blues
    Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell (February 21, 1903
    Syracuse, Darlington County, South Carolina)
  • "44 Blues"

    "44 Blues"
    Roosevelt Sykes
  • Pony Blues / Down The Dirt Road Blues

    Pony Blues / Down The Dirt Road Blues
    Charlie Patton (Bolton, Mississipi)
    rec, Richmond, Indiana
    Pony Blues / Down The Dirt Road Blues
  • A Spoonful Blues / Mississippi Boweavil Blues

    A Spoonful Blues / Mississippi Boweavil Blues
    Charlie Patton (Bolton, Mississipi)
    rec, Richmond, Indiana
  • When the Levee Breaks

    When the Levee Breaks
    "When the Levee Breaks" is a country blues song written and first recorded by Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie
  • Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out

    Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
    Bessie Smith "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" es un estándar de blues escrito por Jimmy Cox en 1923. Su letra, relatada desde el punto de vista de un fugaz millonario durante la época de la Ley Seca de los Estados Unidos, refleja la efímera naturaleza de la riqueza material y de los amigos que vienen y van con ella.
  • Guitar Boogie / Crazy About My Baby / St. Louis Rambler Blues

    Guitar Boogie / Crazy About My Baby / St. Louis Rambler Blues
    Blind Roosevelt Graves and His Brother rec. September 20, 1929 in Richmond, IN; Blind Roosevelt Graves, g, # voc; Uaroy Graves, tamb; prob. Baby Jay (James), cornet; Will Ezell, p; * talking by band members
  • Mississippi Bottom Blues / Rowdy Blues

    Mississippi Bottom Blues / Rowdy Blues
    Kid Bailey – Mississippi Bottom Blues / Rowdy Blues
    Sello: Brunswick – 7114
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 12 dic 1929
    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Country Blues, Delta Blues Recorded at the Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn., 25 September 1929
  • You're Gonna Need Somebody When You Die

    You're Gonna Need Somebody When You Die
    Charley Patton
    You're Gonna Need Somebody When You Die
    rec. c. October 1929 in Grafton, WI; Charley Patton, voc, g
  • Won't You Be Kind? / If I Call You Mama

    Won't You Be Kind? / If I Call You Mama
    Luke Jordan
    • Won't You Be Kind?
    • My Gal's Done Quit Me
      rec. November 18, 1929 in New York City; Luke Jordan, voc, g
    • If I Call You Mama
    • Tom Brown Sits In His Prison Cell
      rec. November 19, 1929 in New York City; Luke Jordan, voc, g
  • Black River Blues

    Black River Blues
    Roosevelt Sykes' "The Honeydripper" (January 31, 1906
    Elmar, Arkansas)
  • Ko Ko Mo Blues - Part 1

    Ko Ko Mo Blues - Part 1
    "Jabo" Williams
  • Going To Move To Alabama / Devil Sent The Rain Blues

    Going To Move To Alabama / Devil Sent The Rain Blues
    Charley Patton
  • M. & O. Blues

    M. & O. Blues
    Walter Davis (Hotel Sinton in Cincinnati, OH)
  • Sitting on Top of the World

    Sitting on Top of the World
    Mississippi Sheiks (Bolton, Mississippi)
  • Stop And Listen Blues

    Stop And Listen Blues
    MISSISSIPPI SHEIKS
  • The Lone Star Trail / The Cowboy's Lament

    The Lone Star Trail / The Cowboy's Lament
    Ken Maynard – The Cowboy's Lament / The Lone Star Trail
    Sello: Columbia – 2310-D
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: April 14, 1930.
    Género: Folk, World, & Country
    Estilo: Country
  • The Soul Of A Man

    The Soul Of A Man
    BLIND WILLIE JOHNSON
    rec. April 20, 1930 in Atlanta, GA; Blind Willie Johnson, voc, g; °° Willie B Harris, voc
  • Walkin' Blues

    Walkin' Blues
    "Walking Blues" is a blues standard written and recorded by American Delta blues musician Son House in 1930 (Lyon, Mississippi). Although unissued at the time, it was part of House's repertoire and other musicians, including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, adapted the song and recorded their own versions.
  • My Black Mama, Pt. 1 /Clarksdale Moan

    My Black Mama, Pt. 1 /Clarksdale Moan
    Son House
  • K C Blues

    K C Blues
    Frank Hutchison Frank Hutchison – K.C. Blues
    Sello: Okeh – 45452
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: jun 1930
    Género: Folk, World, & Country
    Estilo: Country
  • Mule Skinner Blues

    Mule Skinner Blues
    "Blue Yodel #8" /
    "Mule Skinner Blues"
    Song by Jimmie Rodgers
    Published 1930
    Recorded July 11, 1930
  • Papa´s on the House Top

    Papa´s on the House Top
    Leroy Carr
  • Georgia on My Mind

    Georgia on My Mind
    Hoagy Carmichael - Georgia on My Mind Single by Hoagy Carmichael and his Orchestra
    B-side "One Night in Havana"
    Recorded September 15, 1930
    Studio 155 E 24th Street, New York City
    Genre Traditional pop
    Label Victor
    Composer(s) Hoagy Carmichael
    Lyricist(s) Stuart Gorrell
    Published December 22, 1930
  • Black Angel Blues

    Black Angel Blues
    Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897
    Birmingham, Alabama or Amory, Mississippi)
  • Howling Wolf Blues No. 3

    Howling Wolf Blues No. 3
    "Funny Paper" Smith (Harrison County, Texas)
  • Things 'Bout Coming My Way

    Things 'Bout Coming My Way
    Tampa Red : Hudson Whittaker
    (January 8, 1903
    Smithville, Georgia)
  • Hard Time Killing Floor Blues

    Hard Time Killing Floor Blues
    Skip James
    rec. c. February 1931 in Grafton, WI; Skip James, voc, g
  • Devil Got My Woman / Cypress Grove Blues

    Devil Got My Woman / Cypress Grove Blues
    Skip James (Bentonia, Mississippi)
    rec. in Grafton, WI; Skip James, voc, g
  • "22-20 Blues" / Yola My Blues Away

    "22-20 Blues" / Yola My Blues Away
    Skip James (June 9, 1902
    Bentonia, Mississippi) rec. c. February 1931 in Grafton, WI; Skip James, voc, g
  • I'm So Glad / "Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader"

    I'm So Glad / "Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader"
    "I'm So Glad" is a Delta blues-style song originally recorded by American musician Skip James
  • "The World Is Going Wrong" / "I've Got Blood in My Eyes for You"

    "The World Is Going Wrong" / "I've Got Blood in My Eyes for You"
    MISSISSIPPI SHEIKS
  • Things 'Bout Coming My Way

    Things 'Bout Coming My Way
  • Flying Crow Blues

    Flying Crow Blues
    Eddie And Oscar
  • I Believe I'll Make a Change

    I Believe I'll Make a Change
    The Sparks Brothers
  • Police Station Blues

    Police Station Blues
    Peetie Wheatstraw – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 (13 September 1930 To 17 March 1932)
    Sello: Document Records (2) – DOCD-5241
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: Austria
    Publicado: 1994
    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Piano Blues Recorded in New York City, 15 March 1932
  • Tom Cat Blues

    Tom Cat Blues
    Cliff Carlisle,"Tom Cat Blues"
    Recorded 26 September 1932 in New York, NY. Bob Clifford (2) – Tom Cat Blues / Shanghai Rooster Yodel No. 2
    Sello: Vocalion (2) – 5492
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado:

    Género: Folk, World, & Country
    Estilo: Country
  • Red Cross Blues

    Red Cross Blues
    WALTER ROLAND (December 20, 1902 or December 4, 1903
    Ralph, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama)
  • Hittin' The Bottle Stomp / Barbecue Bust / Woke Up This Morning

    Hittin' The Bottle Stomp / Barbecue Bust / Woke Up This Morning
    Blind Roosevelt Graves (1929-36)
  • Gambling Barroom Blues

    Gambling Barroom Blues
    Jimmie Rodgers
  • Evil Devil Woman Blues

    Evil Devil Woman Blues
    Joe McCoy (Raymond, Mississippi)
  • Six Feet in the Ground

    Six Feet in the Ground
    St. Louis Jimmy Oden (Nashville, Tennessee)
  • You Got to Move

    You Got to Move
    Memphis Minnie and Joe McCoy
  • Brown's Ferry Blues

    Brown's Ferry Blues
    The Delmore Brothers (Bluebird, 1934)
  • Midnight Special

    Midnight Special
    Leadbelly
  • Tumbling Tumbleweeds

    Tumbling Tumbleweeds
    Sons Of the Pioneers
  • Mean Mistreater Mama

    Mean Mistreater Mama
    Leroy Carr And Scrapper Blackwell
  • Cruel Hearted Woman Blues / Mean Mistreatin' Woman

    Cruel Hearted Woman Blues / Mean Mistreatin' Woman
    Bumble Bee Slim (May 7, 1905, Brunswick, Georgia)
  • You Put It In, I'll Take It Out

    You Put It In, I'll Take It Out
    PAPA CHARLIE JACKSON
  • It's Killin' Me / Poor Boy Blues

    It's Killin' Me / Poor Boy Blues
    Willie Lofton
    B1: C-9303 Chicago, 16 August 1934
    B2: C-9304 Chicago, 16 August 1934
  • Milk Cow Blues

    Milk Cow Blues
    James Arnold (15 de febrero de 1901-8 de noviembre de 1968 , Lovejoy's Station, Georgia), más conocido como Kokomo Arnold, fue un músico estadounidense de blues.
  • Sissy Man Blues

    Sissy Man Blues
    Kokomo Arnold
  • Stop Hanging Around

    Stop Hanging Around
    Buddy Moss
  • Sagefield Woman Blues

    Sagefield Woman Blues
    Kokomo Arnold
  • Four Day Worry Blues

    Four Day Worry Blues
    Lead Belly
    Sello: Perfect (3) – 0315
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 1935
    Género: Blues
  • When the Sun Goes Down

    When the Sun Goes Down
    Leroy Carr
  • Mr. Freddie's Kokomo Blues

    Mr. Freddie's Kokomo Blues
    Mr. Freddie
    rec. in Chicago, IL
  • "The Evil Devil Blues" / Lead Pencil Blues

    "The Evil Devil Blues" / Lead Pencil Blues
    Johnny Temple (Canton, Mississippi)
  • Cross And Evil Woman Blues

    Cross And Evil Woman Blues
    Reverend Blind Gary Davis* – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1935-1949)
    Sello: Document Records (2) – DOCD-5060
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: Austria
    Publicado: 1991
    Género: Blues, Folk, World, & Country New York City, 23 July 1935
  • Dark Road Blues

    Dark Road Blues
    Willie Lofton – Beer Garden Blues / Dark Road Blues
    Sello: Bluebird (3) – B-6229
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 1936
    Chicago, 1 November 1935
    Estilo: Country Blues, Delta Blues
  • Driving Wheel

    Driving Wheel
    Roosevelt Sykes
  • You can't play me cheap

    You can't play me cheap
    Papa Charlie
  • Street Walkin'

    Street Walkin'
    Sonny Boy Nelson
    St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans
  • I Ain't Gonna Let You See My Santa Claus

    I Ain't Gonna Let You See My Santa Claus
    Victoria Spivey & Her Chicago Four– I Ain't Gonna Let You See My Santa Claus
    15 October 1936
  • Louise Louise Blues

    Louise Louise Blues
    Johnnie Temple (Hazlehurst, Mississippi)
  • Caught Me Wrong Again

    Caught Me Wrong Again
    Memphis Minnie
  • Sweet Home Chicago / Walkin' Blues

    Sweet Home Chicago / Walkin' Blues
    "Sweet Home Chicago" (November 23, 1936)
    "Walkin' Blues" (November 27, 1936)
    Released: August 1937
    Robert Johnson in 1936. The song has become a popular anthem for the city of Chicago
  • Kind Hearted Woman Blues / Terraplane Blues

    Kind Hearted Woman Blues / Terraplane Blues
    "Kind Hearted Woman Blues" (November 23, 1936)
    "Terraplane Blues" (November 23, 1936)
    Released: March 1937 recorded on San Antonio, Texas, by the American Delta bluesman Robert Johnson
  • "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" / Dead Shrimp Blues

    "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" / Dead Shrimp Blues
    "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" (November 23, 1936)
    "Dead Shrimp Blues" (November 27, 1936)
    written by Robert Johnson
    Released: April 1937
  • Come On in My Kitchen / They're Red Hot

    Come On in My Kitchen  / They're Red Hot
    "Come On in My Kitchen" (No. 2) (November 23, 1936)
    "They're Red Hot" (No. 1) (November 27, 1936) Released: July 1937 Come On in My Kitchen" is a blues song by Robert Johnson. Music writer Elijah Wald has described it as "a hypnotic lament" and "his first unquestionable masterpiece"
  • "When You Got a Good Friend" / "Phonograph Blues"

    "When You Got a Good Friend" / "Phonograph Blues"
    "When You Got a Good Friend" (November 23, 1936)
    "Phonograph Blues" (November 23, 1936)
  • 32-20 Blues / Last Fair Deal Gone Down

    32-20 Blues / Last Fair Deal Gone Down
    "32-20 Blues" (November 26, 1936)
    "Last Fair Deal Gone Down" (November 27, 1936)
    Released: April 1937
    Robert Johnson (Gunter Hotel, San Antonio, Texas)
  • Cross Road Blues / Ramblin' on My Mind

    Cross Road Blues / Ramblin' on My Mind
    "Cross Road Blues" (No. 1) (November 27, 1936)
    "Ramblin' on My Mind" (No. 2) (November 23, 1936)
    Released: May 1937
    Cross Road Blues, un tema compuesto por Robert Johnson en 1936 (Hazlehurst, Mississippi). La canción se ha convertido en parte de la mitología de Robert Johnson al referirse al lugar donde supuestamente vendió su alma al Diablo a cambio de su talento musical, aunque la letra no contiene ninguna referencia concreta.
  • Mean Old World

    Mean Old World
    Big Bill Broonzy – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 6 (31 January To 13 October 1937 )
    Sello: Document Records (2) – DOCD-5128
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: Europe
    Publicado: 1992
    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Chicago Blues
  • Runaway Man Blues / Working Man Blues

    Runaway Man Blues / Working Man Blues
    Floyd Council DIPPER BOY COUNCIL (Blind Boy Fuller's Buddy)
    • rec. in New York City;
  • Lookin´For My Baby / I Don´t Want No Hungry Woman

    Lookin´For My Baby / I Don´t Want No Hungry Woman
    Floyd "Dipper Boy" Council THE DEVIL'S DADDY-IN-LAW
    • rec. in New York City;
  • Sugar Mama / Good Morning, School Girl

    Sugar Mama / Good Morning, School Girl
    Sonny Boy Williamson I
  • Early In The Morning / Got The Bottle Up

    Early In The Morning  / Got The Bottle Up
    Sonny Boy Williamson I
  • "From Four Until Late" / "Hellhound on My Trail"

    "From Four Until Late" / "Hellhound on My Trail"
    "From Four Until Late" (No. 1) (June 19, 1937)
    "Hell Hound on My Trail" (No. 2) (June 20, 1937)
    Released: September 1937
    Robert Johnson. Grabada (Dallas, Texas)
  • "I'm a Steady Rollin' Man" / Stones in My Passway

    "I'm a Steady Rollin' Man" / Stones in My Passway
    "I'm a Steady Rollin' Man" (No. 1) (June 19, 1937)
    "Stones in My Passway" (No. 2) (June 19, 1937)
    Released: November 15, 1937
  • Me and the Devil Blues / Little Queen of Spades

    Me and the Devil Blues / Little Queen of Spades
    "Little Queen of Spades" (No. 1) (June 20, 1937)
    "Me and the Devil Blues" (No. 1) (June 20, 1937)
    Released: 1938
    Es una canción de blues, compuesta e interpretada por el músico estadounidense Robert Johnson (Hazlehurst, Mississippi). La letra narra la historia del encuentro entre el autor y el diablo
  • Stop Breaking Down / Honeymoon Blues

    Stop Breaking Down / Honeymoon Blues
    "Honeymoon Blues" (No. 1) (June 20, 1937)
    "Stop Breakin' Down Blues" (No. 2) (June 20, 1937)
    Released: March 20, 1938
    Label: Vocalion (04002) Robert Johnson
  • "Love in Vain" / "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)"

    "Love in Vain" / "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)"
    "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)" (November 27, 1936)
    "Love in Vain" (June 20, 1937)
    Released: February 9, 1939
    (originally "Love in Vain Blues") is a blues song written by American musician Robert Johnson. Johnson's performance – vocal accompanied by his finger-style acoustic guitar playing – has been described as "devastatingly bleak".
  • "Malted Milk" / "Milkcow's Calf Blues"

    "Malted Milk" / "Milkcow's Calf Blues"
    "Malted Milk" (No. 1) (June 20, 1937)
    "Milkcow's Calf Blues" (No. 2) (June 20, 1937)
    Robert Johnson
    Released: September 1937
  • "Drunken Hearted Man" / "Traveling Riverside Blues"

    "Drunken Hearted Man" / "Traveling Riverside Blues"
    Robert Johnson
    "Drunken Hearted Man" (June 20, 1937)
    "Traveling Riverside Blues" (June 20, 1937)
  • Sing, Sing, Sing

    Sing, Sing, Sing
    Was recorded in Hollywood with Benny Goodman on clarinet; Gene Krupa on drums; Harry James, Ziggy Elman, and Chris Griffin on trumpets; Red Ballard and Murray McEachern on trombones; Hymie Schertzer and George Koenig on alto saxophones; Art Rollini and Vido Musso on tenor saxophone; Jess Stacy on piano; Allan Reuss on guitar; and Harry Goodman on bass. The song was arranged by Jimmy Mundy.
  • Heart and Soul

    Heart and Soul
    "Heart and Soul" is a popular song composed by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics by Frank Loesser. It charted with different artists between 1938 and 1961. A simplified version is a popular piano duet.
  • Pistol Slapper Blues

    Pistol Slapper Blues
    Blind Boy Fuller – Pistol Slapper Blues / Mean And No Good Woman
    Sello: Vocalion (2) – 04106
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 1938
    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Country Blues, Piedmont Blues Recorded in New York City, 5 April 1938
  • The Mess Is Here / Railroad Blues

    The Mess Is Here / Railroad Blues
    Cow Cow Davenport
    recorded in New York City, 8 May 1938.
  • Six Weeks Old Blues

    Six Weeks Old Blues
    John Henry Barbee rec. September 8, 1938 in Chicago, IL; John Henry Barbee, voc., g; Willie Bee James, g; unknown, sb
  • Roll 'Em, Pete

    Roll 'Em, Pete
    Joe Turner*– Roll 'Em, Pete
  • Yancey Stomp / Slow And Easy Blues

    Yancey Stomp / 	Slow And Easy Blues
    Jimmy Yancey : Yancey Stomp Tracks 18 - 23: 044006-1-Vi 26589 Chicago, 25th October 1939
    Slow And Easy Blues Tracks 24 - 25: WC-2955-A-Vo 05464 Chicago, 23rd February 1940 Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order 1939~1950: Volume 1 May 1939~February 1940
  • This Land Is Your Land / Boll Weevil Blues

    This Land Is Your Land / Boll Weevil Blues
    La letra la escribió Woody Guthrie en 1940 (Hanover, Nueva York) basada en una melodía ya existente y en respuesta a la canción "God Bless America" de Irving Berlin, que Woody consideraba irreal y autocomplaciente. Cansado de escuchar a Kate Smith cantando "God Bless America" en la radio, escribió una canción en respuesta llamada "God Blessed America for Me".​ Guthrie varió las letras incluyendo varias frases políticas que simpatizaban con algunos puntos de vista del comunismo.
  • Boogie No. 3 (Mama Don't Allow)

    Boogie No. 3 (Mama Don't Allow)
    Cow Cow Davenport
  • Easy Rider

    Easy Rider
    Huddie Leadbelly
  • The Red Cross Store Blues / Cotton Fields

    The Red Cross Store Blues / Cotton Fields
    Lead Belly Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song)" (also known as In Them Old Cotton Fields Back Home) is a song written by American blues musician Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly, who made the first recording of the song in 1940.
  • Yancey's Bugle Call

    Yancey's Bugle Call
    Jimmy Yancey – Yancey's Bugle Call / 35th And Dearborn
    Sello: Victor – 27238
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: Canada
    Publicado: 1941
    Género: Jazz, Blues
    Estilo: Piano Blues
  • OLD MOUNTAIN DEW

    OLD MOUNTAIN DEW
    The DELMORE BROTHERS
  • I Got To Cross De River O' Jordan

     I Got To Cross De River O' Jordan
    Blind Willie McTell
    rec. November 5, 1940 in Atlanta, GA; Blind Willie McTell, voc, sp, g
  • Buffalo Skinners / 1913 Massacre

    Buffalo Skinners / 1913 Massacre
    Woody Guthrie
    Buffalo Skinners / 1913 Massacre
  • Little Laura Blues

    Little Laura Blues
    Sleepy John Estes
  • Catfish Blues

    Catfish Blues
    Petway recorded the song "Catfish Blues" (Itta Bena, Mississippi, U.S), Muddy Waters used the arrangement and lyrics of "Catfish Blues" for his song "Rollin' Stone" (the song from which the Rolling Stones took their name).
  • Skylark

    Skylark
    "Skylark" is an American popular song with lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Hoagy Carmichael, published in 1941.
  • Levee Camp Blues

    Levee Camp Blues
    Son House at Clack Store near Lake Cormorant,
  • Deep Blue Sea Blues

    Deep Blue Sea Blues
    Tommy McClennan
    rec. in Chicago, IL; Tommy McClennan, voc, g; unknown sb
  • Blue As I Can Be / Travelin' Highway Man

    Blue As I Can Be / Travelin' Highway Man
    Tommy McClennan
    rec. in Chicago, IL; Tommy McClennan, voc, g; Ransom Knowling, sb
  • My Mama Don't Allow Me

    My Mama Don't Allow Me
    Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (Chicago, IL)
  • The Rocks

    The Rocks
    Jimmy Yancey – Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 2, February 1940 To December 1943
    Sello: Document Records (2) – DOCD 5042
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: Austria
    Publicado: 2011
    Género: Blues
    Estilo:
  • How Long Blues / Pallet On The Floor

    How Long Blues / Pallet On The Floor
    Jimmy Yancey / Jimmy Yancey, Mama Yancey – How Long Blues / Pallet On The Floor
    Sello: Session (2) – 12-003
    Formato:

    Shellac, 12", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado:

    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Piano Blues
  • Where Did You Sleep Last Night?

    Where Did You Sleep Last Night?
    Lead Belly
  • Tear The Fascists Down / Pastures of Plenty

    Tear The Fascists Down / Pastures of Plenty
    Woody Guthrie
  • Stars Of The Midnight Range/Headin' Down The Wrong Highway

    Stars Of The Midnight Range/Headin' Down The Wrong Highway
    Johnny Bond
    Stars Of The Midnight Range/Headin' Down The Wrong Highway Recorded in late 1944 or 1945.
    Tray card states "Featuring the Red River Valley Boys" but this is the only place they are mentioned, and without indication of track numbers.
  • Boll Weevil

    Boll Weevil
    LeadBelly
    San Francisco, California, February 15, 1945
  • Freight Train Boogie / Midnight Train

    Freight Train Boogie / Midnight Train
    The Delmore Brothers (King, 1946)
  • BORN TO BE BLUE

    BORN TO BE BLUE
    THE DELMORE BROTHERS
  • Ole Buttermilk Sky

    Ole Buttermilk Sky
    "Ole Buttermilk Sky"
    Song by Kay Kyser and his Orchestra
    B-side "On The Wrong Side Of You"
    Released August 26, 1946
    Label Columbia 37073
    Composer(s) Hoagy Carmichael
    Lyricist(s) Jack Brooks
  • Goin' Down Slow / Now I'm Through

    Goin' Down Slow / Now I'm Through
    St. Louis Jimmy
  • White Christmas

    White Christmas
    Bing Crosby – White Christmas Bing Crosby – White Christmas / God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
    Sello: Decca – 23778
    Serie: Personality Series
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
    País: US
    Publicado: 1947
    Género: Pop
    Estilo: Easy Listening, Theme
  • Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)

    Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)
    Tex Williams
  • Boogie Chillen'

    Boogie Chillen'
    John Lee Hooker
    Boogie Chillen'
    Released November 1948
    "La Grange", allegedly uses elements of the song, which led to legal action by the song's publisher and resulted in changes to American copyright law.
  • Blues Stay Away From Me

    Blues Stay Away From Me
    The Delmore Brothers (King, 1949)
  • Riders In the Sky

    Riders In the Sky
    Stan Jones and his Death Valley Rangers
  • Crawling King Snake

    Crawling King Snake
    Hooker first recorded the song in Detroit on February 18, 1949
  • Moon Is Rising

    Moon Is Rising
    John Lee Hooker
    ALTERNATIVE BOOGIE: EARLY STUDIO RECORDINGS 1948-1952
  • "Rollin' Stone"

    "Rollin' Stone"
    Single by Muddy Waters
    B-side "Walkin' Blues"
    Released 1950
    Recorded February 1950
  • How Many More Years

    How Many More Years
    Howlin' Wolf
    rec. May 14, 1951 in Memphis, TN by Sam Philips; Howlin' Wolf, voc, hca; Willie Johnson, g; Willie Steel, dr
    originally unissued
  • One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

    One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
    Rudy Toombs
  • Waterboy

    Waterboy
    Odetta Studio album by Odetta & Larry
    Released ca. September 1954[1]
    Recorded 1953–54, Tin Angel bar, San Francisco
  • "Shake, Rattle and Roll"

    "Shake, Rattle and Roll"
    Single by Big Joe Turner
    B-side "You Know I Love You"
    Released April 1954
    Recorded New York City, February 15, 1954
  • Rock Around the Clock

    Rock Around the Clock
    Single by Bill Haley & His Comets
    from the album Rock Around the Clock (original version)
    Released May 20, 1954, New York City and again in May 1955
    Recorded April 12, 1954, Pythian Temple studios, 135 West 70th Street, New York City
  • All My Love In Vain / Don´t Start Me To Talkin´

    All My Love In Vain / Don´t Start Me To Talkin´
    Sonny Boy Williamson II
  • Roll Over Beethoven

    Roll Over Beethoven
    Chuck Berry,
  • Smokestack Lightning

    Smokestack Lightning
    is a blues song recorded by Howlin' Wolf in 1956
  • Dimples

    Dimples
    Single by John Lee Hooker
    Released August 1956
    Recorded Chicago, March 1956
    Genre Blues
  • "Got My Mojo Working"

    "Got My Mojo Working"
    "Got My Mojo Working" is a blues song written by Preston "Red" Foster and first recorded by R&B singer Ann Cole in 1956. Foster's lyrics describe several amulets or talismans, called mojo, which are associated with hoodoo, an early African-American folk-magic belief system.
  • Got My Mojo Working

    Got My Mojo Working
    Single by Muddy Waters
    Recorded December 1, 1956
  • Cotton Crop Blues / Hold Me In Your Arms

    Cotton Crop Blues / Hold Me In Your Arms
    James Cotton – Cotton Crop Blues / Hold Me In Your Arms
    Sello: Sun (9) – 206
    Formato:

    Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single
    País: US
    Publicado: jul 1954
    Género: Blues
    Estilo: Memphis Blues, Electric Blues
  • Johnny B. Goode

    Johnny B. Goode
    Chuck Berry
  • Satan Is Real

    Satan Is Real
    Satan Is Real is a gospel album by American country music duo The Louvin Brothers
  • Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out

    Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out
    Scrapper Blackwell
  • Going Down to the River

    Going Down to the River
    Mississippi Fred McDowell
  • Trouble In Mind

    Trouble In Mind
    Lightnin' Hopkins ‎– Autobiography In Blues
    Estilo: Texas Blues
    Año: 1960
  • "No More Auction Block"

    "No More Auction Block"
    Odetta at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American folk singer Odetta
  • "Spoonful"

    "Spoonful"
    "Spoonful" is a blues song written by Willie Dixon and first recorded in 1960 by Howlin' Wolf. Called "a stark and haunting work", it is one of Dixon's best known and most interpreted songs. Etta James and Harvey Fuqua had a pop and R&B record chart hit with their duet cover of "Spoonful" in 1961, and it was popularized in the late 1960s by the British rock group Cream.
  • My Baby Left Me This Morning / Baby, Please Don't Go

    My Baby Left Me This Morning  / Baby, Please Don't Go
    Pink Anderson Volume 1: Carolina Bluesman rec. April 12, 1961 in Spartanburg, SC by Samuel B. Charters; Pink Anderson, voc, g; "prod. by Kenneth S. Goldstein"
    photo by Samuel B. Charters
  • "Boom Boom"

    "Boom Boom"
    "Boom Boom" is a song written by American blues singer and guitarist John Lee Hooker and recorded in 1961. Although it became a blues standard
  • You Don't Know My Mind / I Got A Woman 'cross Town

    You Don't Know My Mind / I Got A Woman 'cross Town
    live in Spartonburg,Pink Anderson
  • "Talkin' New York" / "Song to Woody"

    "Talkin' New York" / "Song to Woody"
    Bob Dylan 20 - 22 de noviembre de 1961, Columbia Recording Studio, Nueva York Publicado 19 de marzo de 1962
  • The Witmark Demos

    The Witmark Demos
    Bob Dylan – The Witmark Demos: 1962-1964
    Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues
    Mama, You Been On My Mind
  • Help Me

    Help Me
    Single by Sonny Boy Williamson II
    B-side "Bye Bye Bird"
    Released 1963
    Recorded: Chicago,
  • "Blowin' in the Wind" / "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"

    "Blowin' in the Wind" / "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"
    The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
    Álbum de estudio de Bob Dylan
    Publicación 27 de mayo de 1963
    Grabación 24 de abril de 1962-24 de abril de 1963
    Studio A, Columbia Studio Recordings, Nueva York
  • The Times They Are a-Changin'

    The Times They Are a-Changin'
    The Times They Are a-Changin'
    Studio album by Bob Dylan
    Released January 13, 1964
    Recorded August 6 – October 31, 1963
    Studio Columbia Studio A, 799 Seventh Avenue, New York City
  • "Killing Floor"

    "Killing Floor"
    "Killing Floor" is a 1964 song by American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Howlin' Wolf. Called "one of the defining classics of Chicago electric blues", "Killing Floor" became a blues standard with recordings by various artists. It has been acknowledged by the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame. English rock group Led Zeppelin adapted the song for their "The Lemon Song", for which Howlin' Wolf is named as a co-author.
  • Dust My Broom / That's Alright

    Dust My Broom / That's Alright
    John Henry Barbee
    rec. October 8, 1964 in Copenhagen, Denmark; John Henry Barbee, voc, g
  • John The Revelator

    John The Revelator
    The Legendary Son House: Father Of Folk Blues
    April 12/14, 1965 in Boston; Son House
  • Death Letter

    Death Letter
    Son House - Death Letter
    Vocals, Guitar – Son House
    Written-By – Son House
    recorded in New York City, New York; April 12-14, 1965.
  • You Gotta Move

    You Gotta Move
    Mississippi Fred McDowell* – You Gotta Move
    Sello: Arhoolie Records – CD 304
    Formato:

    CD, Album, Reissue
    País: US
    Publicado: 2002
    Género: Blues recorded in Berkeley, CA, July 5, 1965.
  • One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

    One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
    John Lee Hooker
    Recording Location: Chicago, IL
  • Hard Times

    Hard Times
    Hard Times · John Lee Hooker This is Hip – the Best of John Lee Hooker Released on: 1967-09-25
  • Ball 'N' Chain

    Ball 'N' Chain
    Big Mama Thornton – Ball 'N' Chain
    Sello: Arhoolie Records – CD 305, Arhoolie Records – CD-305
    Serie: Over 60 Minutes Of Classic Blues
    Formato:

    CD, Compilation
    País: US
    Publicado: 1989
    Género: Blues
    Hollywood, Ca., January 25, 1968
  • Talking VietNam Potluck Blues

    Talking VietNam Potluck Blues
    (At The Bitter End Cafe June 1970)