Various - East Coast Blues In The Thirties (1934-1939) flac album
|–Bob Campbell||Dice's Blues|
|–Bob Campbell||Shotgun Blues|
|–Bob Campbell||Starvation Farm Blues|
|–Bob Campbell||Worried All The Time|
|–Tampa Kid||Keep On Trying|
|–Tampa Kid||Baby Please Don't Go|
|–Poor Bill||Way Up On The Mountain|
|–Poor Bill||A Hundred Women|
|–Sam Montgomery ("King Of Spades")*||King Of Knave|
|–Sam Montgomery ("King Of Spades")*||King Of Knave No. 2|
|–Sam Montgomery ("King Of Spades")*||Blue Devil Blues|
|–Sam Montgomery ("King Of Spades")*||Mercy Mercy Blues|
|–Sam Montgomery||Low In Mind Blues|
|–Sam Montgomery||Baby Please Don't Go|
|–Sam Montgomery||I'm Through With You|
|–Sam Montgomery||Honey Dripper|
|BD-2038||Various||East Coast Blues In The Thirties (1934-1939) (LP, Comp, Mono, RM)||RST Records||BD-2038||Austria||1988|
|CD 3528-2, 3528-2||Various||East Coast Blues In The Thirties (1934-1939) (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Da Music, Da Music||CD 3528-2, 3528-2||Germany||Unknown|
Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.
July 30, 1934 & October, 1939. East Coast Blues in the Thirties (1934-1939). Serious blues collectors will want this music, which hints at the great musical treasures that were never - or just barely - documented.
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Artists worked with government-provided guidelines that focused on realistic themes relevant to the life of local communities. In response to a number of scandals in the 1920s and under the pressure of Christian leaders and organizations, the studios adopted a series of topics that were to be avoided (. strictly defined sexual content and ridicule of clergy) and guidelines for how certain topics should be depicted (. a kiss could not last longer than three seconds). The code was not strictly implemented until 1934, when the Production Code Administration was established
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