9 thoughts on “ Frankie & Albert - Mississippi John Hurt - Stack OLee - The Very Best Of (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Frankie and Albert by Chris Smither was written by Mississippi John Hurt and [Traditional] and was first released by Mississippi John Hurt in Chris Smither released it on the album Avalon Blues - A Tribute to the Music of Mississippi John Hurt in It was covered by Erin Harpe and The Delta Swingers, Mike Seeger, Jitterbug Swing, Hans Theessink and other artists.
  2. Frankie & Albert [Audio CD] Hurt, Mississippi John Go Unlimited Try now Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Acoustic Blues Amazon's Mississippi John Hurt Store.
  3. Frankie and Albert The song Frankie and Albert is performed by Mississippi John Hurt in the album named D.C. Blues: Library of Congress Recordings in the year
  4. Special limited edition 12 vinyl of legendary bluesman Mississippi John Hurt featuring his best tracks Stack O Lee, Avalon Blues, Frankie & Albert and more! --Official Press Release.
  5. Frankie This song is by Mississippi John Hurt and appears on the compilation Anthology of American Folk Music () on the compilation album The Original Recordings () on the compilation My Rough and Rowdy Ways, Volume 2: Early American Rural Music Badman Ballads and Hellraising Songs () on the compilation Acoustic Blues, Vol. 1 () Frankie was a good girl, everybody know.
  6. Mississippi John Hurt - Stack O' Lee Blues (CD NEW) Label: Wolf Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. Frankie 2. Nobody s Dirty Business 3. Ain t No Tellin 4. Louis Collins 5. Avalon Blues 6. Big Leg Blues 7. Stack O Lee Blues 8. Candy Man Blues 9. Got The Blues Can t Be Satisfied Blessed Be The Name Praying On The Old Camp Ground
  7. Frankie shot Albert, she shot him three or four times, Says, "Stand back, I'm smokin' my gun, let me see is Albert dyin' He's my man, and he did me wrong" Frankie and the judge walked outta the stand, and walked Out side by side The judge says, "Frankie, you're gonna be justified, Killin' a .
  8. Mississippi John Hurt is so real, easy goin' and comfortable, yet some of the social implications of the lyrics show what the norm of the time was about. Everything on here from MJH is a must download for the Blues-minded iPod owner.

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