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'''The following tracks were recorded in Atlanta between 1920 and 1932:'''
 
'''The following tracks were recorded in Atlanta between 1920 and 1932:'''
 
''this list will be added to as we discover new tracks''
 
''this list will be added to as we discover new tracks''
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''March 19th 1924''':<br>
 
Recorded, Atlanta, '''March 19th 1924''':<br>
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''March 21st 1924''':<br>
 
Recorded, Atlanta, '''March 21st 1924''':<br>
8595-B ''Got Leave my House Blues'' performed by Sara Martin OK8146<br>
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8595-B ''Got Leave My House Blues'' performed by Sara Martin OK8146<br>
 
8596-B ''Poor Me Blues'' performed by Sara Martin OK8226<br>
 
8596-B ''Poor Me Blues'' performed by Sara Martin OK8226<br>
 
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Recorded, Atlanta April 9th 1929:<br>
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Recorded, Atlanta '''April 9th 1929''':<br>
W148212-1 ''I'm a Front Door Woman with a Back Door Man'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D<br>
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W148212-1 ''I'm A Front Door Woman With A Back Door Man'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D<br>
 
W148213-2 ''Atlanta Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D<br>
 
W148213-2 ''Atlanta Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D<br>
W148214-1 ''All the Week Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D<br>
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W148214-1 ''All The Week Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D<br>
 
W148215-2 ''Canon Ball Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D<br>
 
W148215-2 ''Canon Ball Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D<br>
 
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Recorded, Atlanta, April 10th 1929:<br>
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''April 10th 1929''':<br>
W148225-2 ''Wobble it a Little Daddy'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D<br>
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W148225-2 ''Wobble It A Little Daddy'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D<br>
 
W148226-2 ''Black Man Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D<br>
 
W148226-2 ''Black Man Blues'' performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D<br>
 
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Recorded, Atlanta, April 23rd 1926:<br>
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''April 23rd 1926''':<br>
W142124-2 ''I'm a heard broken mama'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
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W142124-2 ''I'm A Hard Broken mama'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
 
W142125-2 ''Got Not Time'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
 
W142125-2 ''Got Not Time'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, Nov 3rd, 1926:<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''Nov 3rd, 1926''':<br>
 
W143042-1 ''Down Hearted-Blues'' performed by Virginia Childs  Co14175-D<br>
 
W143042-1 ''Down Hearted-Blues'' performed by Virginia Childs  Co14175-D<br>
 
W143043-2 ''The St Louis Blues'' performed by Virginia Childs Co14175-D<br>
 
W143043-2 ''The St Louis Blues'' performed by Virginia Childs Co14175-D<br>
W143044-3 ''You're Burnin' Me U''p performed by Virginia Childs(co unissued)<br>
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W143044-3 ''You're Burnin' Me Up'' performed by Virginia Childs(co unissued)<br>
W143045-2 ''If you Can't Hold the Man You Love'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
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W143045-2 ''If You Can't Hold The Man You Love'' performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, June 1923:<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''June 1923''':<br>
 
8386-B ''Grievous Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK8079<br>
 
8386-B ''Grievous Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK8079<br>
 
8387-C ''(unknown title)''performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK unissued<br>
 
8387-C ''(unknown title)''performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK unissued<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, March 1928:<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''March 1928''':<br>
 
AT384-C ''Can't Use You Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029<br>
 
AT384-C ''Can't Use You Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029<br>
 
AT386-C ''Dirty Moaner Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029<br>
 
AT386-C ''Dirty Moaner Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029<br>
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AT389 ''Stormy Night Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7030<br>
 
AT389 ''Stormy Night Blues'' performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7030<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, March 20th 1924:<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''March 20th 1924''':<br>
 
8586-''A Sweet Man Blues'' performed by Viola Baker OK8141<br>
 
8586-''A Sweet Man Blues'' performed by Viola Baker OK8141<br>
 
8587 ''unknown title'' performed by Viola Baker OKunissued<br>
 
8587 ''unknown title'' performed by Viola Baker OKunissued<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, March 1924:<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''March 1924''':<br>
8597-A ''What's the Use Blues'' performed by Viola Baker OK8141<br>
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8597-A ''What's The Use Blues'' performed by Viola Baker OK8141<br>
 
8598 ''unknown title'' (OK unissued)<br>
 
8598 ''unknown title'' (OK unissued)<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, Nov 26th, 1929<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''Nov 26th 1929'''<br>
56596-2 ''Lucaloosa Blues'' performed by Harris and Harris vi unissued<br>
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56596-2 ''Lucaloosa Blu Front Blues'' performed by Harris and Harris vi unissued<br>
 
56597-1 ''Teasing Brown'' performed by Harris and Harris  viV38594<br>
 
56597-1 ''Teasing Brown'' performed by Harris and Harris  viV38594<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, Nov 27th 1929<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''Nov 27th 1929'''<br>
 
56609-2 Get Back Blues c vi unissued<br>
 
56609-2 Get Back Blues c vi unissued<br>
56610-1 ''This is Not the Stove to Brown Your Head'' performed by Harris and Harris viv38594<br>
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56610-1 ''This is Not The Stove To Brown Your Head'' performed by Harris and Harris viv38594<br>
 
56611-2 ''What Do I Care?'' performed by Harris and Harris Vi unissued<br>
 
56611-2 ''What Do I Care?'' performed by Harris and Harris Vi unissued<br>
 
56612-2 ''Learn Something Blues''performed by Harris and Harris vi unissued<br>
 
56612-2 ''Learn Something Blues''performed by Harris and Harris vi unissued<br>
 
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Recorded Atlanta, Nov 4th 1926<br>
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Recorded Atlanta, '''Nov 4th 1926'''<br>
 
9869A ''Fortune Teller Blues'' performed by Geneva Gray OK 8449<br>
 
9869A ''Fortune Teller Blues'' performed by Geneva Gray OK 8449<br>
 
9870A ''Lonesome Mountain Blues'' performed by Geneva Gray OK8449<br>
 
9870A ''Lonesome Mountain Blues'' performed by Geneva Gray OK8449<br>
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''October 26th 1928''':<br>
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Cold Wave Blues performed by Barbecue Bob<br/>
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Beggin' For Love performed by Barbecue Bob
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''Oct 21, 1927''':<br/>
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Stole Rider Blues performed by Barbecue Bob<br/>
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Mr. McTell Got The Blues performed by Barbecue Bob
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Recorded, Atlanta, '''Oct 31, 1931''':<br/>
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Low Rider's Blues performed by Barbecue Bob
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Recorded, Atlanta '''April 20, 1928''':<br/>
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Rock And Gravel Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell
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Recorded, Atlanta '''Oct 30, 1929''':<br/>
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Walkin' Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell
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Turtle Dobe Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell
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Recorded, Atlanta '''8 Nov, 1926''':<br/>
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Fo' Day Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell<br/>
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New Prison Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell
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'''The following tracks were gathered at Georgia State University Library and transferred from 78rpm records. Many thanks to Kevin Fleming for his support.'''
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Sat April 17th, 1926''':<br/>
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PASS AROUND THE BOTTLE AND WE'LL ALL TAKE A DRINK performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15074-D)<br/>
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BULLY OF THE TOWN performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15074-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Tue April 20th, 1926''':<br/>
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PUT MY LITTLE SHOES AWAY performed by Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15125-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Wed November 3rd, 1926''':<br/>
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I DON'T LOVE NOBODY performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15123-D)<br/>
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SHORTENING BREAD performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15123-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Sun November 6th, 1926''':<br/>
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TAKE ME BACK TO MY CAROLINA HOME performed by Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15125-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Mon March 21, 1927'''<br/>
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IN THE SHADE OF THE PARASOL performed by SCOTTDALE STRING BAND (OKEH 45103)<br/>
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CHINESE BREAK DOWN performed by SCOTTDALE STRING BAND (OKEH 45103)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Friday April 1st, 1927''':<br/>
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A FIDDLERS' CONVENTION IN GEORGIA (PART1) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, TANNER, GID, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15140-D)<br/>
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A FIDDLERS' CONVENTION IN GEORGIA (PART2) MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, TANNER, GID, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15140-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Thurs April 12, 1928''':<br/>
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CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA (PART 3) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY, TANNER, GID; STOKES, LOWE; NORRIS, FATE; NICHOLS, BOB; BROWN, BILL (Columbia 15258-D)<br/>
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CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA (PART 4) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY, TANNER, GID; STOKES, LOWE; NORRIS, FATE; NICHOLS, BOB; BROWN, BILL (Columbia 15258-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Friday April 13th 1928''':<br/>
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POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN-PART 1 performed by TANNER, GID, MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15298-D)<br/>
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POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN-PART 2 performed by TANNER, GID, MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15298-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Wed Dec, 3, 1930''':<br/>
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ROY DIXON performed by TARLTON, JIMMIE (COLUMBIA 15629-D)<br/>
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NEW BIRMINGHAM JAIL performed by TARLTON, JIMMIE (COLUMBIA 15629-D)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Tue august 6 1935''':<br/>
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MAPLE ON THE HILL performed by MAINER, J. E.'S MOUNTAINEERS (BLUEBIRD B-6065-A)<br/>
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TAKE ME IN THE LIFEBOAT performed by MAINER, J. E.'S MOUNTAINEERS (BLUE BIRD B-6065-B)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Sat, 15 Feb 1936''':<br/>
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GOING TO GEORGIA performed by MAINER, WADE, MORRIS, ZEKE (BLUEBIRD B-6423-B)<br/>
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NOBODY'S DARLING BUT MINE performed by MAINER, WADE, MORRIS, ZEKE DAVIS, JIMMY (BLUEBIRD, B-6423-A)
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Recorded, Atlanta GA, '''Mon Oct 7, 1940''':<br/>
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KATY HILL-BREAKDOWN performed by MONROE, BILL, BLUE GRASS BOYS (RCA VICTOR 20-3295-B)<br/>
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BACK UP AND PUSH-BREAKDOWN performed by MONROE, BILL, BLUE GRASS BOYS (RCA VICTOR 20-3295-A)

Latest revision as of 19:21, 21 September 2013

The following tracks were recorded in Atlanta between 1920 and 1932: this list will be added to as we discover new tracks

MG 0606.jpg

Recorded, Atlanta, March 19th 1924:
8582-A Everybody's Got the Blues performed by Sara Martin OK8136
8583-A My Man Blues performed by Sara Martin OK8136
8584-B Pleading Blues performed by Sara Martin OK8161
8585-B Every Woman Need A Man performed by Sara Martin OK8146

Recorded, Atlanta, March 21st 1924:
8595-B Got Leave My House Blues performed by Sara Martin OK8146
8596-B Poor Me Blues performed by Sara Martin OK8226

Recorded, Atlanta April 9th 1929:
W148212-1 I'm A Front Door Woman With A Back Door Man performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D
W148213-2 Atlanta Blues performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D
W148214-1 All The Week Blues performed by Lillian Glinn Co14421-D
W148215-2 Canon Ball Blues performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D

Recorded, Atlanta, April 10th 1929:
W148225-2 Wobble It A Little Daddy performed by Lillian Glinn Co14617-D
W148226-2 Black Man Blues performed by Lillian Glinn Co14433-D

Recorded, Atlanta, April 23rd 1926:
W142124-2 I'm A Hard Broken mama performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)
W142125-2 Got Not Time performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)

Recorded Atlanta, Nov 3rd, 1926:
W143042-1 Down Hearted-Blues performed by Virginia Childs Co14175-D
W143043-2 The St Louis Blues performed by Virginia Childs Co14175-D
W143044-3 You're Burnin' Me Up performed by Virginia Childs(co unissued)
W143045-2 If You Can't Hold The Man You Love performed by Virginia Childs (co unissued)

Recorded Atlanta, June 1923:
8386-B Grievous Blues performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK8079
8387-C (unknown title)performed by Fannie Mae Goosby OK unissued

Recorded Atlanta, March 1928:
AT384-C Can't Use You Blues performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029
AT386-C Dirty Moaner Blues performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7029
AT388 Fortune Teller Blues performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7030
AT389 Stormy Night Blues performed by Fannie Mae Goosby BR7030

Recorded Atlanta, March 20th 1924:
8586-A Sweet Man Blues performed by Viola Baker OK8141
8587 unknown title performed by Viola Baker OKunissued

Recorded Atlanta, March 1924:
8597-A What's The Use Blues performed by Viola Baker OK8141
8598 unknown title (OK unissued)

Recorded Atlanta, Nov 26th 1929
56596-2 Lucaloosa Blu Front Blues performed by Harris and Harris vi unissued
56597-1 Teasing Brown performed by Harris and Harris viV38594

Recorded Atlanta, Nov 27th 1929
56609-2 Get Back Blues c vi unissued
56610-1 This is Not The Stove To Brown Your Head performed by Harris and Harris viv38594
56611-2 What Do I Care? performed by Harris and Harris Vi unissued
56612-2 Learn Something Bluesperformed by Harris and Harris vi unissued

Recorded Atlanta, Nov 4th 1926
9869A Fortune Teller Blues performed by Geneva Gray OK 8449
9870A Lonesome Mountain Blues performed by Geneva Gray OK8449

MG 0601.jpg

Recorded, Atlanta, October 26th 1928:
Cold Wave Blues performed by Barbecue Bob
Beggin' For Love performed by Barbecue Bob

Recorded, Atlanta, Oct 21, 1927:
Stole Rider Blues performed by Barbecue Bob
Mr. McTell Got The Blues performed by Barbecue Bob

Recorded, Atlanta, Oct 31, 1931:
Low Rider's Blues performed by Barbecue Bob

Recorded, Atlanta April 20, 1928:
Rock And Gravel Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell

Recorded, Atlanta Oct 30, 1929:
Walkin' Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell Turtle Dobe Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell

Recorded, Atlanta 8 Nov, 1926:
Fo' Day Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell
New Prison Blues performed by Peg Leg Howell

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The following tracks were gathered at Georgia State University Library and transferred from 78rpm records. Many thanks to Kevin Fleming for his support.

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Sat April 17th, 1926:
PASS AROUND THE BOTTLE AND WE'LL ALL TAKE A DRINK performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15074-D)
BULLY OF THE TOWN performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15074-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Tue April 20th, 1926:
PUT MY LITTLE SHOES AWAY performed by Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15125-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Wed November 3rd, 1926:
I DON'T LOVE NOBODY performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15123-D)
SHORTENING BREAD performed by GID Tanner And His Skillet Lickers with Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15123-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Sun November 6th, 1926:
TAKE ME BACK TO MY CAROLINA HOME performed by Riley Puckett (COLUMBIA 15125-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Mon March 21, 1927
IN THE SHADE OF THE PARASOL performed by SCOTTDALE STRING BAND (OKEH 45103)
CHINESE BREAK DOWN performed by SCOTTDALE STRING BAND (OKEH 45103)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Friday April 1st, 1927:
A FIDDLERS' CONVENTION IN GEORGIA (PART1) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, TANNER, GID, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15140-D)
A FIDDLERS' CONVENTION IN GEORGIA (PART2) MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, TANNER, GID, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15140-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Thurs April 12, 1928:
CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA (PART 3) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY, TANNER, GID; STOKES, LOWE; NORRIS, FATE; NICHOLS, BOB; BROWN, BILL (Columbia 15258-D)
CORN LICKER STILL IN GEORGIA (PART 4) performed by MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY, TANNER, GID; STOKES, LOWE; NORRIS, FATE; NICHOLS, BOB; BROWN, BILL (Columbia 15258-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Friday April 13th 1928:
POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN-PART 1 performed by TANNER, GID, MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15298-D)
POSSUM HUNT ON STUMP HOUSE MOUNTAIN-PART 2 performed by TANNER, GID, MCMICHEN, CLAYTON, PUCKETT, RILEY (COLUMBIA 15298-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Wed Dec, 3, 1930:
ROY DIXON performed by TARLTON, JIMMIE (COLUMBIA 15629-D)
NEW BIRMINGHAM JAIL performed by TARLTON, JIMMIE (COLUMBIA 15629-D)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Tue august 6 1935:
MAPLE ON THE HILL performed by MAINER, J. E.'S MOUNTAINEERS (BLUEBIRD B-6065-A)
TAKE ME IN THE LIFEBOAT performed by MAINER, J. E.'S MOUNTAINEERS (BLUE BIRD B-6065-B)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Sat, 15 Feb 1936:
GOING TO GEORGIA performed by MAINER, WADE, MORRIS, ZEKE (BLUEBIRD B-6423-B)
NOBODY'S DARLING BUT MINE performed by MAINER, WADE, MORRIS, ZEKE DAVIS, JIMMY (BLUEBIRD, B-6423-A)

Recorded, Atlanta GA, Mon Oct 7, 1940:
KATY HILL-BREAKDOWN performed by MONROE, BILL, BLUE GRASS BOYS (RCA VICTOR 20-3295-B)
BACK UP AND PUSH-BREAKDOWN performed by MONROE, BILL, BLUE GRASS BOYS (RCA VICTOR 20-3295-A)