About this item
Modern re-issue of a 1957 Folkways Records recording of two American folk blues skiffle bands: The Mobile Strugglers, recorded in Mobile, Alabama on July 18th 1954, and The Memphis Jug Band with Gus Cannon, recorded in Memphis on December 5th 1956. Includes insert with notes.
Side 1: The Mobile Strugglers recorded July 18, 1954
RAISE A RUCKUS TONIGHT
ROCK ME, BABY
MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN
TROUBLE, TROUBLE FOLLOWED ME ALL OF MY DAYS
INTERVIEW & MUSIC - Virgil Perkins, kazoo and washboard; Jack Sim, 12-string guitar
GOIN' AROUND THE MOUNTAIN, DARLIN' BESSIE
Side 2: The Memphis Jug Band with Gus Cannon recorded Dec 5, 1956
GUS CANNON - INTERVIEW & SOLOS
OLD JOHN BOOKER, YOU CALL THAT GONE
KANSAS CITY BLUES
SHADE AND BURSE
TAKE YOUR FINGERS OFF IT
- American Skiffle Bands
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- Blues & rhythm & blues
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