Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

Document Records
Blind Boy Fuller: Vol 3 12 July to 15th 1937

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Blind Boy Fuller


Blind Boy Fuller
01 - Put you back in the jail Listen
02 - Walking and looking blues Listen
03 - Bulldog blues (62359) Listen
04 - Where my woman usta lay Listen
05 - Working man blues Listen
06 - Weeping willow Listen
07 - Corrine what makes you treat me so? Listen
08 - Stealing bo-hog Listen
09 - Worried and evil man blues Listen
10 - Bull dog blues (21629) Listen
11 - Break of day blues Listen
12 - Oh zee zas rag Listen
13 - Throw your yas yas back in jail Listen
14 - Snake woman blues Listen
15 - Mojo hidin` woman Listen
16 - Steel hearted woman Listen
17 - Ain`t no gettin` along Listen
18 - Careless love Listen
19 - New Louise Louise blues Listen
20 - Mistreater, you`re going to be sorry Listen
21 - Bye bye baby blues Listen
22 - Looking for my woman no. 2 Listen

Blind Boy Fuller, vocal guitar.
With contributions by Sonny Terry, harmonica.
Genres: Country blues, Piedmont blues, Carolina blues, Blues guitar, Ragtime guitar.
Informative booklet notes by Ken Romanowski
Detailed discography.

Review by Jason Ankeny

The 22 sides which comprise the third volume in Document's Blind Boy Fuller retrospective were all culled from sessions cut in the latter half of 1937; the first session, from mid-July, was recorded under the auspices of the Decca label, a situation which left Fuller's longtime manager J.B. Long -- as well as ARC Records -- none too happy. As a result, at the bluesman's next session, Long insisted he re-record many of the titles earlier cut for Decca, resulting in alternate takes of Bulldog Blues, Throw Your Yas Yas Back in Jail (a.k.a. "Put You Back in Jail") and Steel Hearted Woman (a.k.a. "Why Don't My Baby Write to Me"); for blues historians, the chance to compare and contrast the sessions will be irresistible.

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