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Washboard Sam - Cherry Hill Blues / Levee Blues FLAC album

Performer: Washboard Sam
Genre: Blues
Title: Cherry Hill Blues / Levee Blues
Released: 1936
Style: Chicago Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1523 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1194 mb
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Washboard Sam. Album Rockin' My Blues Away. Levee Camp Blues Lyrics. Boy, let's wind some'.

Big Bill Broonzy and Washboard Sam (1953) (with Big Bill Broonzy) Little City Woman, Lonesome, Jacqueline, Romance Without Finance, By Myself, Shirt Tail, Diggin' My Potatoes, Bright Eyes, Minding My Own Business, Never, Never, Horse Shoe Over My Door, I'm a Lonely Ma. Dirty Mother for You. Good Liquor. Mixed Up Blues (Take 1). Mixed Up Blues (Take 2). Pains In My Heart.

Cherry Hill Blues, Levee Blues ‎(Shellac, 10"). Bluebird (3). B-6556. Blues Classics By Washboard Sam (Comp).

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Blues Classics by Washboard Sam 1935-1941 is an excellent collection of 14 songs Sam recorded during those six years. Almost of his classic numbers - "Mama Don't Allow," "Back Door," "Low Down Woman" and "Digging My Potatoes" among them - are here in pretty good fidelity, making this a good single-disc overview for listeners who don't want to invest in Document's exhaustive multi-volume series of Washboard Sam's Complete Recorded Works.

Washboard Blues" is a 1926 popular song written by Hoagy Carmichael, Fred B. Callahan and Irving Mills. On November 18, 1927, it was recorded in Chicago by Paul Whiteman and his Concert Orchestra, featuring piano and lead vocals by Carmichael, and was released as Victor 35877-B (the B-side of "Among My Souvenirs"). The song is an evocative washerwoman's lament.

Levee Camp Blues lyrics performed by Washboard Sam: Boy, let's wind some Yes, I worked in a levee camp Just about a month.


A Cherry Hill Blues
B Levee Blues

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.


  • Vocals, Washboard – Washboard Sam
  • Written-By – Robert Brown


Recorded August 5 1936, Chicago, IL - Studio A.