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Big Joe Williams With Jimmy Brown And Willie Lee Harris - Back To The Country album mp3

Big Joe Williams With Jimmy Brown  And Willie Lee Harris - Back To The Country album mp3
Album:
Back To The Country
Style:
Country Blues
Released:
1964
Country:
US
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1522 mb
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ain't Gonna Be Your Lowdown Dog
Harmonica – Harris*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
A2 Annie Mae
Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
A3 You Can Stay Out
Guitar – Williams*Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Violin – Brown*
A4 Mean Backstabber
Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
A5 Worry You Off My Mind
Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
A6 Miss Ida B
Guitar – Williams*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Harmonica – Harris*
A7 Put On Your Nightcap
Harmonica – Harris*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
A8 Woody Woodpecker
Vocals, Guitar – Brown*
A9 I Got My Ticket
Harmonica – Harris*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
B1 Shake Your Boogie
Harmonica – Harris*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
B2 See See Rider
Guitar – Williams*Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Violin – Brown*
B3 Blues Everywhere I Go
Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
B4 Worried And Lonesome
Guitar – Williams*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Harmonica – Harris*
B5 My Black Woman
Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Guitar – Brown*
B6 The Moon Is Rising
Harmonica – Harris*Violin – Brown*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
B7 Down The Line
Guitar – Williams*Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Violin – Brown*
B8 My Baby Left Me A Mule To Ride
Violin – Brown*Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Guitar – Williams*
B9 Desert Blues
Guitar – Williams*Harmonica – Harris*Vocals, Violin – Brown*
B10 Breakdown (Instr)
Guitar – Williams*Violin – Brown*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Testament Music

Credits

  • Photography By, Cover – Ray Flerlage
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Peter J. Welding*
  • Recorded By – Norman Dayron

Notes

2205 on front sleeve
T-2205 on spine and Labels

Testament Records P.O. Box 1813 Chicago, Illinois 60690 on back sleeve
Testament Records Los Angeles, Calif. on labels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): BY • 6018 • A : RI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): BY • 6018 • B : RI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TCD 5013 Big Joe Williams With Jimmy Brown And Willie Lee Harris Big Joe Williams With Jimmy Brown And Willie Lee Harris - Back To The Country ‎(CD, Album, RE) Testament Records TCD 5013 US 1994
BY 6018 Big Joe Williams Back To The Country ‎(LP, Album) Bounty BY 6018 UK 1966


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This is at least the third pressing. First press labels are deep groove, tan, "boxed" with P.O. Box 1813, Chicago, Ill. 60690 address. Second press labels are grooved, tan, "boxed" with 577 Levering Avenue - Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 address. Third press labels are as above.