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  1. Jaybird Coleman and the Birmingham Jug Band DOCD Clara Burston (unknown mandolin) Harlem Hamfats - Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Vol. 2 () Document DOCD Memphis Jug Band Complete Recorded Works Vol 2 - Document DOCD
  2. Nov 04,  · Jaybird Coleman & Birmingham Jug Band: King David's Jug Band: Rising Son Blues: Rags, Breakdowns, Stomps & Blues Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Vol. 1 () (Document BDCD) Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Vol. 2 () (Document BDCD).
  3. Apr 12,  · Check out Jaybird Coleman & The Birmingham Jug Band () by Jaybird Coleman & Birmingham Jug Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo(3).
  4. Jaybird Coleman wasn't one of the most distinctive early country-blues harmonica players, but he nevertheless made engaging, entertaining music. All of his recordings -- which only totalled 11 sides -- are collected on Document's For fans of the genre, there are some cuts of interest here, but the music doesn't have enough weight to be of interest to anyone but country .
  5. Complete Recorded Work in Chronological Order - Step Child - Sad And Lonesome - Bye Bye Baby Blues - Cruel Hearted Woman Blues - Part 1 - Cruel Hearted Woman Blues - Part 2 - The Longest Day You Live - Part 1 - The Longest Day You Live - Part 2 - Deep Bass Boogie - Blue Blues - Rough Road Blues - New Mean Mistreater Blues - Climbing On Top Of.
  6. Aug 19,  · The eight sides documented from the Birmingham Jug Music group in Dec of symbolize the entire documented output by among the era’s earthiest, most raucous — & most obscure — jug bands. The regular membership of the group hasn’t been confirmed, though many blues scholars place the semi-legendary harmonica participant Jaybird Coleman in the .
  7. This song is by Jaybird Coleman and appears on the compilation The Blues of Alabama () and on the split compilation album Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, () by Jaybird Coleman and Birmingham Jug Band. Lord, I grind my coffee, two and three dollars a pound. And I grind my coffee, two and three dollars a pound.
  8. Jaybird Coleman & The Birmingham Jug Band () [Compilation] Ed Bell Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order () () [Compilation] Various Artists Mississippi Blues, Vol. 1 () () [Compilation] Various Artists Mississippi Blues, Vol. 2 () () [Compilation]

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