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The penciled message on his hat, too, suggested some of the delight with life that has given to his blues their warmth and vitality: KID FURRY - Have Gun Will Travel - Sam Charters in the booklet accompanying the 1960 Folkways LP

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Offline ryan

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John Hurt and Skip james live radio session 1964
« on: April 12, 2006, 12:15:32 AM »
Hey ladies and gents,
I just received two shows that I would like to get on the juke so that you all can hear them.  The radio show with both Skip and Hurt is high quality and it is a real treat hearing them talk. How do I go about posting them??  The info on them is below.

Mississippi John Hurt and Skip James
Cambridge, MA

01. (intro - MJ Hurt)
02. Louis Collins
03. (chatting with Hurt)
04. Cow Hooking Blues (w. Al Wilson)
05. (chatting with Hurt)
06. Trouble All My Days (w. Al Wilson)
07. (intro - Skip James)
08. Cherry Ball Blues
09. (chatting with James)
10. Illinois Blues
11. (chatting with James)
12. I'm So Glad
13. (chatting with James)
14. (commercial for 1964 election)

Mississippi John Hurt
"Friends of Old Time Music Concert"
NYU School of Medicine Alumni Hall
New York, N.Y.

01: Do Lord Intro
02: Do Lord Remember Me
03: Since I've Laid My Burden Down
04: C.C. Rider (See See Rider)
05: Casey Jones
06: Nobody's Dirty Buisness
07: Richmond Woman Blues Intro
08: Richmond Woman Blues
09: Let The Mermaids Flirt With Me
10: Spike Driver's Blues
11: Stack O'Lee Blues (Stagolee)
12: Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor
13: Coffee Blues Intro
14: Coffee Blues
15: My Creole Blues
16: Frankie and Al (S/A Frankie & Johnny)
17: Talking Casey *Fade...*

Offline Slack

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Re: John Hurt and Skip james live radio session 1964
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2006, 07:52:49 AM »
HI Ryan,

You might email me on this.  To re-broadcast a radio show, we'll most likely need persmission.  Do you know who the copyright owner is? 



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