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Peppermint Harris Collection 1948-60
Artist: Peppermint Harris
Format: CD

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Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 07/02/2021
UPC: 824046338824

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DISC: 1

1. Peppermint Boogie
2. Houston Blues
3. Raining In My Heart
4. My Blues Have Rolled Away
5. This Is Goodbye Baby
6. Mabel, Mabel
7. Texarkana Bound
8. Fat Girl Boogie
9. Gimme Gimme Gimme
10. Hey Sweet Thing
11. Reckless Lover
12. Oo Wee Baby
13. I'm Telling You People
14. How Long Must I Suffer
15. The Blues Pick On Me
16. Let's Ride
17. I Always End Up Blue
18. I Screamed And I Cried
19. She's My Baby
20. I Wake Up Screaming
21. Please Let Me Come Home
22. I'm Going Crazy Baby
23. Got A Big Fine Baby
24. I Will Always Think Of You
25. It's You
26. I Got Loaded
27. Middle Of Winter
28. Have Another Drink And Talk With Me
29. Let The Back Door Hit You
30. P. H. Blues
31. Maggie's Boogie
32. Right Back On It
33. There's A Dead Cat On The Line
34. I Cry For My Baby
35. I Sure Do Miss My Baby
36. Hey Little Schoolgirl
37. Wasted Love
38. Goodbye Blues
39. I Never Get Enough Of You
40. Three Sheets In The Wind
41. Black Cat Bone
42. Bye, Bye, Fare Thee Well
43. Treat Me Like I Treat You
44. Cadillac Funeral
45. Need Your Lovin'
46. Just Me And You
47. Love At First Sight
48. I Don't Care
49. Messin' Around With The Blues
50. You Got Me Wondering
51. Ain't No Business
52. Angel Child

More Info:

His music ranges across the spectrum of the typical electric blues of these years, with a significant proportion of his material reflecting the advent of rock 'n' roll in the pop charts during this time. It represents a pretty thorough cross-section of his releases from what was the primary decade and more of his career.