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1. Bukka White: When Can I Change My Clothes?
2. Otto Virgial: Little Girl In Rome
3. Mississippi Bracey: Cherry Ball
4. Geeshie Wiley ; Elvie Thomas: Pick Poor Robin Clean
5. Big Joe Williams: Providence Help The Poor People
6. Mississippi John Hurt: Louis Collins
7. Skip James: Devil Got My Woman
8. Bo Carter: The Law Gonna Step On You
9. Tommy Johnson: Big Road Blues
10. Mississippi Jook Band: Barbecue Bust
11. Robert Petway: Ride 'Em On Down
12. Sam Collins: My Road Is Rough And Rocky
13. Garfield Akers: Jumpin' And Shoutin' Blues
14. Kansas Joe ; Memphis Minnie: When The Levee Breaks
15. Ishman Bracey: Brown Mamma Blues
16. Mississippi Matilda: Hard Working Woman
17. Mississippi Sheiks: Bootleggers' Blues
18. Son House: Walkin' Blues
19. Robert Wilkins: Police Sergeant Blues
20. Charley Patton: High Water Everywhere - Part 1
21. Mississippi Mud Steppers: Vicksburg Stomp
22. Arthur Petties: Two Time Blues
23. Louise Johnson: By The Moon And Stars
24. Freddie Spruell: Let's Go Riding
25. Sonny Boy Nelson: Long Tall Woman

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ROUGH GUIDE TO MISSISSIPPI BLUES / VARIOUS (2024) The state of Mississippi is the undisputed home of the blues - the single most important source of modern popular music. From the towering influence of Delta legends Charley Patton and Son House to the guitar intricacy of Skip James and Mississippi John Hurt, this collection highlights the remarkable blues legacy of the Magnolia State through these seminal early recordings.