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001    ocm35707324 
003    OCoLC 
005    20141231165742.0 
007    sd-fmngnn---eu 
008    961009p19961940caubln   fi         eng d 
028 00 RB0004|bMCA 
028 00 MSD4-35974|bMCA 
028 02 RD 110|bMCA 
035    383095 
040    SVP|cSVP|dUtOrBLW|erda 
049    JFNA 
092    BLUES|bMEAN OLD  
245 00 Mean old world|h[sound recording]. 
246 3  Blues from 1940 to 1994 
264  1 Universal City, CA :|bMCA,|c[1996] 
264  4 |c℗1996 
300    4 sound discs :|bdigital ;|c4 3/4 in. 
336    performed music|bprm|2rdacontent 
337    audio|bs|2rdamedia 
338    audio disc|bsd|2rdacarrier 
500    Compact disc. 
500    "This recording is part of America's Jazz Heritage"--
       Notes. 
500    Program and biographical notes by Lawrence Hoffman (89 
       pages) laid in container. 
505 0  Vol. 1. Ma Rainey (Memphis Minnie) -- I'm gonna move to 
       the outskirts of town (Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five) 
       -- Mean old 'Frisco blues (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup) -- 
       Bourgeois blues (Leadbelly) -- Mean old world (T-Bone 
       Walker) -- Evil gal blues (Dinah Washington -- I wonder 
       (Cecil Gant) -- Blood on the moon (Hot Lips Page) -- 
       Chicago breakdown (Big Maceo) -- Angels in Harlem (Doctor 
       Clayton) -- Billie's blues (Billie Holiday) -- Hoodoo 
       Hoodoo (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson) -- Good rockin' 
       tonight (Roy Brown and his Mighty Men) -- Chicken-shack 
       boogie (Amos Milburn) -- Trouble blues (Charles Brown) -- 
       Crawlin' kingsnake (John Lee Hooker) -- When things go 
       wrong with you (it hurts me too) (Tampa Red)) -- Cairo 
       blues (Li'l Son Jackson) -- Black Angel blues (sweet black
       angel) (Robert Nighthawk) -- Mardi Gras in New Orleans 
       (Professor Longhair) -- Double crossing blues (Johnny Otis
       Quintette with Little Esther Phillips). 
505 0  Vol. 2. Rollin' and tumblin' (pt. 1) (Muddy Waters) -- 
       Mother earth (Memphis Slim and the Houserockers) -- Please
       send me someone to love (Percy Mayfield) -- Dust my broom 
       (I believe my time ain't long) (Elmore James) -- How many 
       more years (Howlin' Wolf) -- Black, brown and white (Big 
       Bill Broonzy) -- Rocket "88" (Jackie Brenston and his 
       Delta Cats) -- Juke (Little Walter and his Night Cats) -- 
       Five long years (Eddie Boyd) -- Mean old world (Little 
       Walter and his Night Cats) -- I smell a rat (Big Mama 
       Thornton) -- Gabbin' blues (Big Maybelle) -- (I'm your) 
       hoochie coochie man (Muddy Waters) -- The things that I 
       used to do (Guitar Slim and his band) -- Eisenhower blues 
       (J.B. Lenoir) -- Okie dokie stomp (Gatemouth Brown with 
       the Pluma Davis Orchestra) -- Come back baby (Ray Charles 
       and his orchestra) -- How long, how long blues (Jimmy 
       Rushing) --Cherry Red (Joe Turner and his All-stars) -- 
       San Francisco Bay blues (Jesse Fuller) -- I can't quit you
       baby (Otis Rush) -- Three hours past midnight (Johnny 
       "Guitar" Watson). 
505 0  Vol. 3. Freight train (Elizabeth Cotten) -- Junker's blues
       (Champion Jack Dupree) -- Sweets' blues (Jimmy 
       Witherspoon) -- Living with the blues (Sonny Terry and 
       Brownie McGhee) -- Shake 'em on down (Fred McDowell) -- 
       Spoonful (Howlin' Wolf) -- Pardon denied again (Robert 
       Pete Williams) -- Freddie (Mance Lipscomb) -- Hide away 
       (Freddie King) -- Goin' back to Florida (Lightnin' 
       Hopkins) -- Trust my baby (Sonny Boy Williamson #2) -- 
       Drivin' wheel (Junior Parker) -- Bright lights, big city 
       (Jimmy Reed) -- Stormy Monday blues (Bobby Bland) -- 
       Tongue lashing (Albert Collins) -- Worry, worry (B.B. 
       King) -- Baby scratch my back (Slim Harpo) -- Think (Jimmy
       McCracklin) -- Wang dang doodle (Koko Taylor) -- Early in 
       the morning (Junior Wells) -- Sweet home Chicago (Johnny 
       Shines). 
505 0  Vol. 4. Crosscut saw (Albert King) -- Every night and 
       every day (Magic Sam) -- Why I sing the blues (B.B. King) 
       -- Everybody knows about my good thing (pt. 1) (Little 
       Johnny Taylor) -- Little bluebird (Little Milton) -- Your 
       turn to cry (Jimmy Johnson) -- Down home blues (Z.Z. Hill)
       -- Your husband is cheatin' on us (Denise LaSalle) -- How 
       long this must go on (Roosevelt "Booba" Barnes and the 
       Playboys) -- Jr. blues (Junior Kimbrough) -- Big legged 
       mamas are back in style (Taj Mahal) -- Stubborn woman 
       (Tutu Jones) -- Cities need help (Buddy guy) -- You (Billy
       Branch) -- Between midnight and day (Corey Harris). 
508    Compilation by Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 
511 0  Various performers. 
650  0 Blues (Music)|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Blues (Music)|y1941-1950|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Blues (Music)|y1951-1960|vSound recordings. 
650  0 Folk music|zUnited States|vSound recordings. 
710 2  Smithsonian Collection of Recordings. 
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