MCA-Coral (Germany) 82024-4 (LP)

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca C 9289 [A] 8/13/1934 I got to have a little more-1 / Joe] Mississippi Mudder [McCoy
Decca C 9291 A 8/13/1934 Candy man blues-1 / Charlie McCoy
Decca C 9292 B 8/13/1934 Charity blues / Charlie McCoy
Decca C 9302 [A] 8/16/1934 Baltimore blues / Charlie McCoy
Decca C 9314 [A] 8/18/1934 Peepin' at the risin' sun / Mary Johnson
Decca C 9319 A 8/20/1934 Hard working women-1 / Johnnie Strauss
Decca C 9329 [A] 8/19/1934 Mercy, mercy blues / Buck McFarland
Decca C 9335 [A] 8/24/1934 Black gal blues / Mary Johnson
Decca C 9343 A 8/24/1934 44 blues / Lee Green
Decca C 9344 A 8/24/1934 Central limited blues / Arthur McKay
Decca C 9444 [A] 9/11/1934 Trouble trouble blues / Hammie and Son
Decca C 9634 A 1/9/1935 Please baby / Joe McCoy
Decca C 9683 A 1/20/1935 Bleeding heart blues / Bumble Bee Slim
Decca C 9687 A 1/22/1935 Graveyard blues / Jimmie Gordon
Decca C 9940 A 4/23/1935 Oh lawdy Mama-1 / Curley Weaver
Decca C 9947 [A] 4/23/1935 Let me play with your yo-yo / Blind Willie McTell
Decca C 9954 A 4/25/1935 Ticket agent blues-2 / Blind Willie McTell
Decca 60535 A 2/20/1936 Soft and mellow (Stella blues) / Roosevelt Sykes
Decca 60847 [A] 3/21/1936 Evil hearted woman blues / Oscar Woods
Decca 60849 [A] 3/21/1936 Don't sell it, don't give it away / Oscar Woods
Decca 61792 A 2/15/1937 Whiskey and woman / Babe Kyro Turner
Decca 62353 B 7/12/1937 Stingy Mama / Allen] Blind Boy Fuller [Fulton
Decca 62362 A 7/9/1937 Working man blues / Allen] Blind Boy Fuller [Fulton
Decca 62467 A 8/2/1937 Crazy 'bout my black gal / Charlie Pickett
Decca 62468 A 8/2/1937 Trembling blues-1 / Charlie Pickett
Decca 62571 A 8/24/1937 In the wee wee hours / Bill Gaither
Decca 63523 A 3/31/1938 Blue ghost blues-1, 2 / Lonnie Johnson
Decca 63635 A 4/21/1938 Let me feel it / The Harlem Hamfats
Decca 63764 A 5/12/1938 I ain't no ice man / Cow Cow Davenport
Decca 63766 A 5/12/1938 Railroad blues / Cow Cow Davenport
Decca 64052 A 6/6/1938 Death of Slim Green / Shorty Bob Parker
Decca 64063 A 6/6/1938 So cold in China / Shorty Bob Parker
Decca 64225 [A] 6/24/1938 Boogie woogie / Honey Hill
Decca 64231 [A] 6/24/1938 Set 'em / Honey Hill
Decca 90000 A 5/15/1935 Stingaree Mama blues / Frank "Springback" James
Decca 90012 [A] 5/17/1935 Rusty can blues / Frank "Springback" James
Decca 90087 A 7/8/1935 Motherless boy blues / Scrapper Blackwell
Decca 90090 A 7/8/1935 Texas stomp (Instrumental)-1 / Scrapper Blackwell
Decca 90182 [A] 7/18/1935 Weeping willow blues / Buck McFarland
Decca 90468 A 11/20/1935 Detroit special / Red Nelson
Decca 90511 [A] 12/15/1935 Pains in my heart / Bill Gaither
Decca 90598 B 2/4/1936 Streamline train / Red Nelson
Decca 90609 A 2/8/1936 I'm going to Cincinnati / Water Coleman
Decca 90612 B 2/8/1936 Smack that thing / Water Coleman
Decca 90716 A 5/11/1936 Daddy let me lay it on you / Georgia White
Decca 90724 A 5/15/1936 W.P.A. Blues / Teddy Edwards
Decca 90725 A 5/15/1936 Louisiana / Teddy Edwards
Decca 90745 A 5/22/1936 Telephone blues / Alice Moore
Decca 90795 A 7/9/1936 Shake that thing / Kokomo Arnold
Decca 90981 A 11/12/1936 Louise Louise blues / Johnnie Temple
Decca 91156 A 3/25/1937 Don't deny me baby / Alice Moore
Decca 91209 A 4/30/1937 People people / Charlie McFadden
Decca 91216 A 4/30/1937 She squeezed my lemon / Arthur McKay
Decca 91244 B 5/12/1937 Baby won't you tear my clothes / The Harlem Hamfats
Decca 91341 A 11/8/1937 Flood water blues / Lonnie Johnson
Decca 91546 A 10/21/1938 Dead man' s blues / Georgia White
Decca 93001 A 6/4/1940 The Natchez fire-1 / Gene Gilmore
Decca 93003 A 6/4/1940 The death of Walter Barnes / Leonard "Baby Doo" Caston
Decca 93034 A 6/5/1940 Gonna keep it for my Daddy-1, 2 / Robert "Lee" McCoy
Decca 93036 A 6/5/1940 Mama don't allow me to stay out all night long / Robert "Lee" McCoy

Primary Performers:

Jimmie Gordon (vocalist)
Curley Weaver (vocalist)
Blind Willie McTell (vocalist)
Honey Hill (instrumentalist : piano)
Frank "Springback" James (vocalist)
Oscar Woods (vocalist)
Scrapper Blackwell (vocalist)
Babe Kyro Turner (vocalist)
Red Nelson (vocalist)
Shorty Bob Parker (vocalist)
Bill Gaither (vocalist)
Water Coleman (vocalist)
Georgia White (vocalist)
Teddy Edwards (vocalist)
Alice Moore (vocalist)
Kokomo Arnold (vocalist)
Johnnie Temple (vocalist)
Charlie McFadden (vocalist)
The Harlem Hamfats (Musical group)
Lonnie Johnson (vocalist)
Gene Gilmore (vocalist)
Leonard "Baby Doo" Caston (vocalist)
Robert "Lee" McCoy (vocalist)
Roosevelt Sykes (vocalist)
Allen] Blind Boy Fuller [Fulton (vocalist)
Charlie Pickett (instrumentalist : guitar)
Cow Cow Davenport (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Joe] Mississippi Mudder [McCoy (vocalist)
Charlie McCoy (vocalist)
Mary Johnson (vocalist)
Johnnie Strauss (vocalist)
Buck McFarland (vocalist)
Lee Green (vocalist)
Arthur McKay (vocalist)
Hammie and Son (performer)
Joe McCoy (vocalist)
Bumble Bee Slim (vocalist)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "MCA-Coral (Germany) 82024-4 (LP)," accessed June 16, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/365137/MCA-Coral_Germany_82024-4_LP.

MCA-Coral (Germany) 82024-4 (LP). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 16, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/365137/MCA-Coral_Germany_82024-4_LP.

"MCA-Coral (Germany) 82024-4 (LP)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 16 June 2019.

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