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Blues Roots/Chicago - The 1930's

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Blues Roots/Chicago - The 1930's

As the Depression's early days brought Southern musicians to Northern cities, the Chicago blues scene absorbed and incorporated these new arrivals. Ensembles grew, the blues became more popular, and individual musicians' styles combined to form a sound that reflected musicians' familiarity with each other and the creativity each brought to the session.

Track Listing

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When I Had Money Big Bill Broonzy 2:58
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102
I've Got to Dig You Big Bill Broonzy 2:42
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103
Keep Your Hands Off her Big Bill Broonzy 2:55
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104
Hold Me Blues Memphis Minnie 2:48
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105
Killer Diller Memphis Minnie 2:33
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106
New Louise Louise Blues Johnnie Temple, Horace Malcolm, and Charlie McCoy 2:36
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107
So Lonely and Blue Johnnie Temple, Horace Malcolm, and Charlie McCoy 2:36
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201
Key to the Highway Jazz Gillum, Big Bill Broonzy, and Alfred Elkins 2:42
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202
Go Back to the Country Jazz Gillum, Big Bill Broonzy, and Blind John Davis 2:51
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203
Winter Time Blues Big Maceo and Tampa Red 2:56
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204
Going Down Slow St. Louis Jimmy and Roosevelt Sykes 3:14
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205
Come On In Washboard Sam, Black Bob, and Big Bill Broonzy 2:42
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206
Yes! I Got Your Woman Washboard Sam, Blind John Davis, and Big Bill Broonzy 2:53
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207
Just Got to Hold You Washboard Sam, Blind John Davis, and Big Bill Broonzy 2:41
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