Hell’s Highway
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Posted in 1930s,Hokum on 05.24.10

Two tracks today from Charlie Burse & his Memphis Mudcats. Burse isn’t known outside of his work with the Memphis Jug Band as a guitar player and sometimes spoon player. Document’s new release of his complete record works outside of the Memphis Jug Band show a versatile talent and one that’s equally Lonnie Johnson as Skip Jones.

Charlie Burse & his Memphis Mudcats – Baby, You Win (1939)
Charlie Burse & his Memphis Mudcats – I’m In Buddy’s Wagon (1939)
Charlie Burse & his Memphis Mudcats – Hell’s Highway (1939)

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By P on 05.24.10 7:56 pm

This is great stuff. Is it true that he played uke really well? (I don’t hear any in these 3 songs.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Burse


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