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  1. Sham Reply
    From the album "Hoodoo Lady ()" by Memphis Minnie on Napster Memphis Minnie was a way-early female blues musician who played guitar. There just weren't a whole lot of women willing to do this. I'm A Bad Luck Woman. Play 7. Caught Me Wrong Again. Play 8. Black Cat Blues. Play 9. Good Morning. Play Man, You Won't Give Me No.
  2. Gardakasa Reply
    In the U.K.'s Snapper label came out with a track Memphis Minnie collection and chose to call it Hoodoo Lady, instantly generating confusion between their product and the identically titled benchmark Columbia Roots & Blues collection of Of that disc's 18 titles, only three are included in the Snapper edition, and for this reason.
  3. Kizshura Reply
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for My Butcher Man - Memphis Minnie on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for My Butcher Man - Memphis Minnie on AllMusic - I'm a Bad Luck Woman. Memphis Minnie. .
  4. Zulunris Reply
    Apr 09,  · Hoodoo Lady (3'02) 6. I'm A Bad Luck Woman (3'01) 7. Caught Me Wrong Again (2'54) 8. Black Cat Blues (2'55) and it is an ideal introduction to Memphis Minnie. The CD consists of 20 songs recorded between and Many of the sides remained unreleased and in the vaults of the recording company at the time. nur die CD hat den Mangel /5(13).
  5. Arataxe Reply
    Hoodoo Lady (CD) Memphis Minnie Currently Unavailable. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles. Artist. Length. 1. I'm a Bad Luck Woman. Memphis Minnie 6. Can't Afford to Lose My Man. Memphis Minnie 7. My Gage Is Going Up. Memphis Minnie.
  6. Motilar Reply
    I'm a bad luck woman I'm a bad luck woman I'm a bad luck woman I can't see the reason why. Well the next man I got, you know he worked very hard Just as soon as I got him he lost his doggone job. I'm a bad luck woman I'm a bad luck woman I'm a bad luck woman I can't see the reason why.
  7. Douzil Reply
    These sides are accessible on CD, but the songs on the disc under review here date from the mids when Minnie had left Joe and moved to Chicago. This recording is on a large commercial label as part of its "roots and blues" series; and it is an ideal introduction to Memphis Minnie. The CD consists of 20 songs recorded between and /5(13).
  8. Jull Reply
    American blues singer and guitarist. Born: June 03, in Algiers, Louisiana. Died: August 06, in Memphis, Tennessee. Married three times, to Joe McCoy (aka Kansas Joe), Casey Bill Weldon, and Ernest Lawlers (aka Little Son Joe).