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Inky Moot & DJ New Twist

Pre-war blues by the truck-load.

Henry Thomas pictured.


80's, Indie, Rock, Goth, Industrial, Blues, Roots, Old Timey

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Wednesday 10/24/2012 @ 9:30AM - 12:00PM
Henry Thomas Bull Doze Blues 1927-29
Big Boy Cleveland Quill Blues
Sidney Hemphill Old Devil's Dream
Jessie Mae Hemphill I'm So Glad
Lottie Kimbrough Rolling Log Blues 78 rpm Single Gennett New Electrobeam 1928
Memphis Minnie Down in the Alley Blues 1933-37
Robert Petway Ride 'em On Down
J.D. Short Lonesome Swamp Rattlesnake 1930
Clifford Gibson Old Time Rider Complete Recorded Works RST Records 1929-31
Willie Brown Ragged and Dirty 1942
Frank Stokes Downtown Blues 1928, Dan Sanes also on Guitar
The Black Heart Procession The Winter My Heart Froze 1 1998
Legendary Pink Dots Golden Dawn Stone Circles 1987
Charlie Closer Main Title for Dead Silence soundtrack 2007
Antsy Pants Vampire Juno soundtrack Fox Music / Rhino records 2007
Daniel Licht Wink Dexter soundtrack Milan Records 2007
Tones on Tail Christian Says EP Beggars Banquet Records 1984
Douglas Pipes Trick 'r' Treat - End Credits soundtrack 2007
John Carpenter Tomstone +Light's Out Halloween Varese Sarabande 1998
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds The Carny Your Funeral... My Trial Homestead Records 1986
Krzysztof Komeda Main Title for Rosemary's Baby Soundtrack 1968
Nouvelle Vague Human Fly Bande a Part Luaka Bop 2006
Charle Burse and his Memphis Mudcats Hell's Highway Document Records
MEMPHIS MINNIE & CASEY BILL WELDON New Orleans Stop Time 1936, Bumble Bee Slim on Spoons. Black Bob on Piano.
Noah Lewis Devil in the Woodpile 1929. Lewis of Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers
Peg Leg Howell Broke and Hungry Blues
Tommy Johnson Canned Heat Blues This song is where the band Canned Heat got it's name.
Charley Jordan Sugar Man Blues 1930
Washboard Sam Soap and Water Blues 1947. J.T. Brown on Tenor sax, Big Bill Broonzy on Guitar, Roosevelt Sykes on Piano and Willie Dixon on Bass
Robert Wilkins That's No Way to Get Along 1929. He became a Reverend in the 1930's and modified the song into Prodigal Son, which the Rolling Stones covered.
Curley Weaver She Don't Treat Me Good No More Unique guitar style
Buddy Moss Hard Time Blues Georgia Bluesman
Robert Lee McCoy CNA 1938. With Dogwhistle harp.
Deep Blue Sea Blues (Catfish Blues) Tommy McClennan Mississippi Blues: Library of Congress Recordings Travelin' Man 1940-42. Later morphed into Rollin Stone, perfomed by Muddy Waters.
Sam Collins Midnight Special Gennett Records 1927. First recording of this Traditional. Later covered by Leadbelly in the 1930s, and many others thereafter.
Josh White Little Brother Blues 1932