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Mississippi Jook Band Hittin' The Bottle Stomp (1936)

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Uploaded on Sep 1, 2009

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There are no photos of this group. They were led by Blind Roosevelt Graves who recorded gospel titles for Paramount Records in 1929 and ARC Records in 1936 billed as "Blind Roosevelt Graves and Brother" This group had one session. Six songs were recorded but only four were issued resulting in two 78 RPM records. It would be their last session as musicians.

Blind Roosevelt Graves:Guitar

Cooney Vaughn:Piano

Uaroy Graves:Tambourine

Recorded Monday, July 20, 1936 in Hattiesburg, MS.

Originally issued on the 1936 single (Melotone 6-11-65) (78 RPM)

This recording taken from the 1991 CD "Good Time Blues"

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