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What's it called? Devil's blues [sound recording].
Who published it? [S.l.] : Fuel 2000 : Distributed by Varèse Sarabande, [2007?]
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What's it like? 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 pamphlet.
Helpful notes! Compact disc.
"All recordings from the Jewel-Paula, USA and Cobra Catalogs"--Container.
Selections originally released ca. 1949-1977.
Program notes by Bill Dahl inserted in container.
What's in it? It must have been the Devil (Otis Spann) -- Kissing in the dark (Memphis Minnie) -- Violent love (Otis Rush) -- Drinking woman (John Brim) -- 21 days in jail (Magic Sam) -- Gamblin' woman (Lightnin' Hopkins) -- Bad affair (Big Mac) -- Booze in the bottle (Carter Brothers) -- Bad, bad whiskey (Peppermint Harris) -- Trouble blues (Charles Brown) -- Runnin' drunk (George "Wild Child" Butler) -- Talk fast (Detroit Junior) -- Open house at my house (Little Johnny Taylor) -- Something strange is goin' on in my house (Ted Taylor) -- Right on Jody (Bobby Patterson) -- Stoop down baby (Cash McCall) -- Dip my dipper (Cicero Blake) -- Everybody's got a little devil in their soul (Tommie Young).
Performers! Various performers.
Helpful subjects! Blues (Music)
It's a special thing! Compact discs.
More people who helped! Spann, Otis, d. 1970.
Memphis Minnie, 1896-1973.
Rush, Otis.
Brim, John.
Magic Sam, 1937-1969.
Hopkins, Lightnin', 1912-1982.
Big Mac.
Peppermint Harris.
Brown, Charles, 1922-1999.
Butler, George, 1936-2005.
Detroit Junior, 1931-
Taylor, Little Johnny, 1943-
Taylor, Ted, 1934-1987.
Patterson, Bobby, vocalist.
McCall, Cash.
Blake, Cicero.
Young, Tommie.
Carter Brothers.
Special numbers! 030206165425
Special numbers! 302 061 654 2 Fuel 2000
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