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Memphis Minnie was one of the greatest guitarists and blues singers of her time and a pioneering influence in the urban transformation of country blues. This classic selection of songs is taken from her first prodigious burst of creativity when she recorded with her then-husband Kansas Joe McCoy. A1. Keep It To Yourself (1934) A2. North Memphis Blues (1930) A3. New Dirty Dozen (1930) A4. What's The Matter With The Mill? (1930) A5. Outdoor Blues (1932) A6. Frankie Jean (That Trottin' Fool) (1930) A7. I Don't Want That Junk Outta You (1931) B1. I'm Talking 'Bout You - No. 2 (1930) B2. Bumble Bee (1930) B3. Ain't No Use Trying To Tell On Me (I Know Something On You) (1933) B4. Memphis Minnie-Jitis Blues (1930) B5. Can I Do It For You? - Part 1 (1930) B6. Too Late (1933)
Memphis Minnie was one of the greatest guitarists and blues singers of her time and a pioneering influence in the urban transformation of country blues. This classic selection of songs is taken from her first prodigious burst of creativity when she recorded with her then-husband Kansas Joe McCoy. A1. Keep It To Yourself (1934) A2. North Memphis Blues (1930) A3. New Dirty Dozen (1930) A4. What's The Matter With The Mill? (1930) A5. Outdoor Blues (1932) A6. Frankie Jean (That Trottin' Fool) (1930) A7. I Don't Want That Junk Outta You (1931) B1. I'm Talking 'Bout You - No. 2 (1930) B2. Bumble Bee (1930) B3. Ain't No Use Trying To Tell On Me (I Know Something On You) (1933) B4. Memphis Minnie-Jitis Blues (1930) B5. Can I Do It For You? - Part 1 (1930) B6. Too Late (1933)
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Memphis Minnie was one of the greatest guitarists and blues singers of her time and a pioneering influence in the urban transformation of country blues. This classic selection of songs is taken from her first prodigious burst of creativity when she recorded with her then-husband Kansas Joe McCoy. A1. Keep It To Yourself (1934) A2. North Memphis Blues (1930) A3. New Dirty Dozen (1930) A4. What's The Matter With The Mill? (1930) A5. Outdoor Blues (1932) A6. Frankie Jean (That Trottin' Fool) (1930) A7. I Don't Want That Junk Outta You (1931) B1. I'm Talking 'Bout You - No. 2 (1930) B2. Bumble Bee (1930) B3. Ain't No Use Trying To Tell On Me (I Know Something On You) (1933) B4. Memphis Minnie-Jitis Blues (1930) B5. Can I Do It For You? - Part 1 (1930) B6. Too Late (1933)
        
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