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First Decade 1953-62
Artist: Snooks Eaglin
Format: CD

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Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 12/09/2022
UPC: 824046345228

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DISC: 1

1. Jesus Will Fix It for You
2. Travelling on
3. This Mean Old World
4. Six Thousand Miles from Nowhere [= One Room Country Shack]
5. Possum Up a Simmon Tree
6. That's Alright
7. Veal Chop and Pork Chop
8. I Ain't Gonna Study War No More (Down By the Riverside)
9. The Model T and the Train
10. Jack O'Diamonds
11. Death Valley Blues
12. This Train
13. Bottle Up and Go
14. Mardi Gras Mambo
15. Rock Me Momma
16. John Henry
17. Locomotive Train
18. I Had a Little Woman
19. Mamma, Don't You Tear My Clothes
20. Walkin' Blues
21. Give Me the Good Old Box-Car
22. Every Day
23. I Had My Fun
24. Blue Shadows Blues
25. She's a Black Rat
26. Who's Been Foolin' You?
27. I Must See Jesus
28. Fly Right, Baby
29. That's All Right
30. Who Can Your Good Man Be
31. Don't You Lie to Me
32. Yours Truly
33. Nobody Knows
34. That Certain Door
35. By the Water
36. If I Could
37. Guess Who
38. My Head Is Spinnin'
39. Travelin' Mood
40. Goin' to the River
41. I'm Slippin' in
42. Nothing Sweet As You
43. Don't Slam That Door
44. People Are Talking
45. Reality
46. Long Gone
47. Willy Lee
48. Mailman Passed
49. I'm a Country Boy
50. I Got a Woman
51. Alberta
52. One More Drink

More Info:

Snooks Eaglin was a blind blues singer and guitarist from New Orleans who played a highly accessible brand of blues, sometimes ranging into folk or rock 'n' roll styles, often re-working other artists' songs, earning himself the nickname of "The Human Jukebox"