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Big Boy Teddy Edwards 1930 - 1936

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Big Boy Teddy Edwards

01 - Them things Listen
02 - Family troubles Listen
03 - I ain`t gonna give you none Listen
04 - Lovin` blues Listen
05 - Wild woman blues Listen
06 - Alcohol mama Listen
07 - Who did you give my barbecue to? - part 1 (80605) Listen
08 - Who did you give my barbecue to? - part 2 (80606) Listen
09 - I`m gonna tell my mama on you Listen
10 - Louise (80608) Listen
11 - Love will provide for me Listen
12 - If I had a girl like you Listen
13 - Good doing daddy (take a) Listen
14 - Good doing daddy (take b) Listen
15 - It was no dream Listen
16 - Louise (c-708) Listen
17 - Dancing the blues away Listen
18 - Hoodoo blues Listen
19 - Run away blues Listen
20 - Who did you give my barbecue to? -1 (c-752) Listen
21 - Who did you give my barbecue to? -2 (c-753) Listen
22 - W-P-A-blues Listen
23 - Louisiana Listen

Little is known about "Big Boy" Teddy Edwards, a Chicago singer played both guitar and tiple and cut around two-dozen sides between 1930 and 1936 as well as contributing vocals to sessions by the Hokum Boys and Papa Charlie Jackson. Big Bill Broonzy recalled working with him and Papa Charlie Jackson. Today we spin the solo "Alcohol Mama" and the band backed "W – P – A Blues", a terrific cover of the Big Bill number. A half dozen of recordings were made of Teddy alone with is tiple: "Them Things" "Family Troubles" "I Ain't Gonna Give You None" "Lovin' Blues" "Wild Woman Blues" and "Alcohol Mama", all are epurated blues with a straight tiple strumm that simply push in front the wonderfull singing part, no solo, breaks or effects.
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