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"The Bull City Cosmic Hoedown" with Washboard Dave (archive)

Trad, Roots and Twang
Tuesday, August 6, 2013 | 18:00 to 18:00 | CGBF

Artist Song Album Label
Hazel and Alice When I loved you Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard Rounder
Memphis Minnie Man you won't give me no money Hoodoo Lady Columbia/Legacy
Algia Mae Hinton Let that liar alone Honey Babe Hin-tone
Elizabeth Cotten Vastapol Freight Train Smithsonian Folkways
Nina Simone The Laziest Girl in Town Four Women Verve
Laura Cantrell Roll Truck Roll The Hello Recordings Diesel Only
Stella Down in the Cellar Sorry Stella Detroit Radio
Smith's Ranch Hands High geared daddy More Barnyard Favorites SR
Tommy Goldsmith Longleaf Blues Songs of the American South Cleanhead
Red Clay Ramblers Way Down Yonder Yonder SR
Lil Band of Gold I'm Ready Plays Fats SR
Percy Mayfield The Big Question Poet of the Blues Specialty
Preservation Hall The Darker it gets That's it! Legacy
Mavis Staples Jesus Wept One True Vine ANTI
Harry Choates Jole Blon The Fiddle King of Cajun Swing Arhoolie
Golden Triangle Big Basile Swamp Blues SR
Guy Clark Cornmeal Waltz My Favorite Picture of You Dualtone
Helen Humes Today I sing the blues Knockin' myself out jazz
Roosevelt Sykes Mistaken Life The Honeydripper Folkways