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Barbara Dane Sings the Blues

Barbara Dane Sings the Blues

Singer, activist, and founder of Paredon Records (now also under the stewardship of Smithsonian Folkways), Barbara Dane was born in 1929 and was still going strong last time we spoke with her. This album was released in 1964, and includes original songs, as well as material by Tampa Red, Willie Dixon, and Ma Rainey.

RELATED LESSON PLAN
"The Vocal Blues: Created in the Deep South of the U.S."

Track Listing

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You Don't Know Me Barbara Dane 2:59
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102
I Just Want To Make Love To You Barbara Dane 2:14
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103
Come Back,Baby Barbara Dane 2:42
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104
Stranger's Blues Barbara Dane 4:17
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105
Victim to the Blues Barbara Dane 2:08
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106
'Way Behind the Sun Barbara Dane 3:52
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201
Special Delivery Blues Barbara Dane 3:14
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202
It Hurts Me Too Barbara Dane 4:15
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203
Come On In (There Ain't Nobody Here But Me) Barbara Dane 2:23
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204
Hard Oh Lord Barbara Dane 5:08
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205
Working People's Blues Barbara Dane 2:43
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206
Dink's Blues (Dink's Song) Barbara Dane 3:30
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