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Sam Chatmon's Advice by Sam Chatmon

Label: Rounder Records.
Release Date: 1979.
Releases: 1984.

rec. 1979 in San Diego, CA.
Styles: Country Blues, Delta Blues, Acoustic Blues, Regional Blues.

Sam Chatmon's Advice is an excellent collection that features many of his greatest sides from the early '30s, making it the best available distillation of Chatmon's numerous solo recordings. - Review by Thom Owens.

Credits: Myrtali Anagnosopoulos - design; Sam Chatmon - arranger, composer, liner notes, guitar, primary artist, vocals; Lou Curtis - producer; Virginia Curtis - photography; Lucy Fletcher - composer; W.C. Handy - composer; James A. Lane - composer; Little Brother Montgomery - composer; Fleecie Moore - composer; Mark Wilson - producer; Clarence Williams - composer.

Tracks: 1) St. Louis Blues (A1); 2) Hollandale Blues (A2); 3) Open That Book (A3); 4) Screwdriver (A4); 5) Fishing Blues (A5); 6) Ashtray Taxi (A6); 7) Vicksburg Blues (A7); 8) "P" Stands for "Push" (A8); 9) Let the Good Times Roll (B1); 10) I've Got Good Whiskey (B2); 11) Dough Roller Blues (B3); 12) Sugar Blues (B4); 13) Good Eating Meat (B5); 14) God Don't Like Ugly (B6); 15) That's Alright (B7); 16) Pussy Cat (B8); 17) I Hate That Train (B9).