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Posted in Honey on 01.27.06

As I was busy deleting the endless spam that piles up throughout my comments section (luckily i have it almost fully automated now)I noticed a challenge by a fella named Rick:

Put some Dick Justice MP3s on this site and then I might actually donate. (Not Cocaine or Henry Lee either, have those).

Well Mr. Rick, here you go, though I admit I first looked through my copy of the Anthology to see if those were the songs on it and they were. Dick Justice was a West Virginian folk/country musician who borrowed a lot from all types of music, but especially blues. He is known for his wonderful version of Henry Lee that graces the Anthology of Folk Music, but all the sides I’ve heard from his 1929 session are good.

Dick Justice – Brownskin Blues

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By Rick Here on 02.09.06 8:57 pm

Thanks a lot for another good one by Dick Justice! I’ve been addicted to his version of “Cocaine” for years (pun intended), And as you said his “Henry Lee” is also top notch. Now I guess I owe you a little donation or maybe I’ll buy a mix tape in the next week or so. Thanks again, love this Blog!


By Michael Livingston on 05.31.06 5:13 pm

Theres another Dick Justice song called “old black dog” on a four cd
box set called something like Mountain Blues 1920 through 1938.


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