DISC FOUR (1940-1950)

Total tracks number: 28
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Frank Edwards

We Got To Get Together


Chicago, IL, May 28, 1941

Frank Edwards, vocal, harmonica & guitar, unidentified, bass,

Washboard Sam, washboard, unidentified, speech

Sweet Violet Boys

You Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night

(Or You Can't See Mama At All)


Chicago, IL, Feb 15, 1940

Gale Ryan (Georgia Young), vocal, Jack Taylor, accordion,

Chick Hurt, mandolin, Allan Crockett, electric guitar, Salty Holmes, fiddle,

Earl Backus, Augie Klein, guitars, unidentified, bass

Humbard Family

I'll Fly Away


Dallas, TX, Apr 17, 1940

Rex, Ruth, Clement, Leona Humbard, vocals,

unidentified, bass, mandolin, guitar (prev. unissued take)

Tony Hollins

Cross Cut Saw Blues


Chicago, IL, Jun 3, 1941 (prev. unissued)

Tony Hollins, vocal & prob. guitar,

unidentified, imitation bass & washboard

Peter Cleighton

Black Snake Blues


Chicago, IL, Oct 21, 1940 (prev. unissued)

Peter Cleighton, vocal, with Blind John Davis, piano,

poss. Robert Lockwood, guitar, unknown bass

Black Cats & The Kitten

Step It Up And Go


Chicago, IL, Oct 21, 1940

Valda Buggs, vocal, with unidentified guitars, bass

Bob & Randall Atcher

Papa's Going Crazy, Mama's Going Mad


Chicago, IL, Oct Jun 13, 1940 (prev. unissued)

Bob & Randall Atcher, vocals, unidentified guitar, mandolin & bass

Adolf Hofner

& San Antonians

Cotton-Eyed Joe


Dallas, TX, Feb 28, 1941

unidentified personnel

Poor Boy Burke

Old Vets Blues


Chicago, IL, Nov 21, 1941 (prev. unissued)

Poor Boy Burke, vocal, unidentified piano & bass

Little Son Joe

Black Rat Swing


Chicago, IL, Dec 12, 1941

Little Son Joe, vocal, guitar, Memphis Minnie, guitar, Alfred Elkins, bass

Big Maceo Meriweather

Macy Special


Chicago, IL, Feb 19, 1945 (prev. unissued)

Big Maceo Meriweather, piano, Tyrell Dixon, bass

Light Crust Doughboys with J.B. Brinkley

t's Funny What Love Will M


Dallas, Tx, Mar 3, 1941 (prev. unissued)

J. B. Brinkley, vocal, unidentifed personnel

Hank Penny & His Radio Cowboys

Army Blues


Charlotte, NC, Jun 29, 1941

Hank Penny, vocal, guitar, with Carl Stewart, bass,

Jimmy Colvard, steel guitar, Eddie Smith, harmonica, Kelland Clark, accordion

James "Beale Street" Clark

Who But You


Chicago, IL, Oct 24, 1945 (prev. unissued)

James "Beale Street" Clark, vocal, piano, J. T. Brown, clarinet, unidentified bass

Homer Harris

Tomorrow May Be Too Late


Chicago, IL, Sep 27, 1946 (prev. unissued)

Homer Harris, vocal, James Clark, piano, Muddy Waters, guitar,

Ransom Knowling, bass, unidentified second guitar & drums

Muddy Waters

(as McKinley Morganfield)

Burying Ground Blues


Chicago, IL, Sep 27, 1946 (prev. unissued take)

Muddy Waters, vocal, guitar, poss. Leroy Foster, guitar,

poss. Ransom Knowling, bass, James "Beale Street" Clark, piano,

unidentified drums

Bill Monroe & Blue Grass Boys

Goodbye Old Pal


Nashville, TN, Feb 13, 1945 (prev. unissued take)

Bill Monroe, lead vocal, mandolin, Tex Willis, guitar, Chubby Wise, fiddle,

David "Stringbean" Akeman, banjo, Wilene "Sally Ann" Forrester, accordion,

Bill Westbrook, bass

Gene Autry

(with Merle Travis)

Dixie Cannonball


Hollywood, CA, Sep 9, 1946

Gene Autry, vocal, Merle Travis, guitar, unidentified other personnel

Bill Landford & Landfordaires

Run On For A Long Time


Memphis, TN, Dec 15, 1949

Bill Landford, leader, guitar, unidentified other personnel

Big Joe Williams

Baby Please Don't Go


Chicago, IL, Jul 22, 1947 (prev. unissued take)

Big Joe Williams, vocal, guitar, Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica,

prob. Ransom Knowling, bass, unidentified drums

Sister Myrtle Fields

I'm Toiling


Hollywood, CA, Jan 7, 1950

Sister Myrtle Fields, vocal, with Austin McCoy Trio:

Austin McCoy, organ, unidentified other personnel

Willie "Boodle It" Right

Two By Four Blues


Chicago, IL, Oct 7, 1940

Willie "Boodle It" Right, vocal, poss. piano, unidentified drums

Bailes Brothers

You Can't Go Halfway (And Get In)


Dec 21, 1947 (prev. unissued)

John Bailes & Walter Bailes, vocals, with unidentified mandolin,

steel guitar, violin, bass, guitar

Molly O'Day & Cumberland Mountain Folks

Heaven's Radio


Nashville, TN, Jun 20, 1950

Molly O'Day, vocal, guitar, Lynn Davis, vocal, guitar,

unidentified violin, steel guitar, bass

Rosetta Howard

Plow Hand Blues


Chicago, IL, Dec 20, 1947 (prev. unissued)

Rosetta Howard, vocal, Johnny Morton, trumpet, Sax Mallard, alto sax,

Bill Casimir, tenor sax, Bob Call, piano, Big Bill Broonzy, guitar,

Ransom Knowling, bass, Judge Riley, drums

Memphis Seven

Grunt Meat Blues


Chicago, IL, Oct 4, 1947

Johnny Morton, trumpet, Porter Kilbert, alto sax,

Cozy Eggleston, vocal, tenor sax, Sugarman Penigar, piano,

Truck Parham, bass, Luther Jones, guitar, Jump Jackson, drums

Deep South Boys

Until I Found The Lord


Nashville, TN, Dec 20, 1947 (prev. unissued)

Claude Robinson, Harold Matthews, Marshall Derricotte,

David Mells, vocals, Thomas Griffin, piano

Brother Porter & Brother Cook

I Know My Jesus Won't Deny Me


NYC, NY, Jul 11, 1950 (prev. unissued)

Brother Porter & Brother Cook, vocals, The Porterettes, vocal chorus