Various Artists
Play It Like You Did Back To George St. An Anthology of Cincinnati Blues 1924-1936
Out of stock / print
2LP Shake It 1268

We are happy to announce that our latest release, Play It Like You Did Back To George Street: An Anthology of Cincinnati Blues 1927-1936 will be available Black Friday - that's Friday Nov. 23rd! The release will only be available as a limited edition double LP with a download. Folks like Papa Tadpole, Cincinnati Jug Band, Sam Jones (Stovepipe No. 1), King David Jug Band, Kid Cole, Bob Coleman and more are featured. The comp focuses on musicians that lived in and made their livings playing music in Cincinnati in the 1920's & 30's. The grooves are filled with topical songs that chart a long-gone Cincinnati such as "I'm Going To Cincinnati", "George Street Stomp", "Court Street Blues", "Sixth Street Moan", "Clair and Pearley Blues", "Cincinnati Underworld Woman" and an ode to our neighbor across the Ohio with "Newport Blues". Liner notes (all 4500 words of 'em) are written by Steve Tracy and cover artwork from underground comic great Justin Green round out the package.

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