Memphis Jug Band "American Epic: The Best of Memphis Jug Band" LP
Side A: Stealin Stealin, On The Road Again, Cocaine Habit Blues, Lindberg Hop, Newport News Blues, K.C. Moan, He's In The Jailhouse Now, Sometimes I Think I Love You
Side B: Fourth Street Mess Around, You May Leave But This Will Bring You Back, What's The Matter, Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues, Memphis Shakedown, Whitewash Station Blues, Insane Crazy Blues
The Memphis Jug Band, most active from 1926 into the 1950s, revolved around guitarist, harmonica player and singer Will Shade and featured a wide variety of instrumentation including harmonica, kazoo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, piano, washboard and, of course, jug. They recorded more songs than any pre-war jug band and as a result, were key in developing the jug band tradition and format.
Single LP with single pocket tip-on jacket with soft touch finish