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Hoodoo Lady (1933-1937)
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Album: Hoodoo Lady (1933-1937)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Has Anyone Seen My Man?
2)    Down in the Alley - (previously unreleased)
3)    I Hate to See the Sun Go Down
4)    Ice Man (Come on Up)
5)    Hoodoo Lady
6)    I'm a Bad Luck Woman
7)    Black Cat Blues
8)    Good Morning
9)    Man, You Won't Give Me No Money
10)    Keep on Eatin'
11)    I've Been Treated Wrong
12)    Caught Me Wrong Again
13)    My Butcher Man
14)    If You See My Rooster (Please Run Him Home)
15)    My Baby Don't Want Me No More - (previously unreleased)
16)    Please Don't Stop Him - (previously unreleased)
17)    Good Biscuits
18)    Ain't No Use Tryin' to Tell on Me (I Know Something on You) - (previously unreleased)
19)    My Strange Man
20)    I'm Going Don't You Know - (previously unreleased)
 

Album: Hoodoo Lady (1933-1937)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Has Anyone Seen My Man?
2)    Down in the Alley - (previously unreleased)
3)    I Hate to See the Sun Go Down
4)    Ice Man (Come on Up)
5)    Hoodoo Lady
6)    I'm a Bad Luck Woman
7)    Black Cat Blues
8)    Good Morning
9)    Man, You Won't Give Me No Money
10)    Keep on Eatin'
11)    I've Been Treated Wrong
12)    Caught Me Wrong Again
13)    My Butcher Man
14)    If You See My Rooster (Please Run Him Home)
15)    My Baby Don't Want Me No More - (previously unreleased)
16)    Please Don't Stop Him - (previously unreleased)
17)    Good Biscuits
18)    Ain't No Use Tryin' to Tell on Me (I Know Something on You) - (previously unreleased)
19)    My Strange Man
20)    I'm Going Don't You Know - (previously unreleased)
 
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Performer Notes
  • Part of Columbia's Roots N' Blues series.
  • Personnel: Memphis Minnie (vocals, guitar); Charlie McCoy (mandolin); Arnett Nelson (clarinet); Black Bob Hudson, Blind John Davis (piano); Fred Williams (drums).
  • Liner Note Author: Paul Garon.
  • Recording information: 1933-1937.
  • Most blues enthusiasts rank Memphis Minnie among the great blues artists of all time, and she can certainly claim the title of the genre's most accomplished female artist. Both as a singer and a guitarist, Minnie recorded over 200 records in her long and distinguished career. HOODOO LADY (1933-1937) collects the best of Minnie's sides during a period that found in her in Chicago's burgeoning blues scene recording and performing with her then husband, Kansas Joe McCoy. The era is a high watermark, and Minnie's playing and singing on tracks like "I Hate to See the Sun Go Down" and "I'm a Bad Luck Woman" are as indelible as Robert Johnson's slide or Skip James's moan. On another standout, "Ice Man (Come On Up)," she proclaims "I'm gonna strut my stuff," and no one hearing these tracks could argue with that. For completists, this compilation includes previously unreleased material.
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