Blind Mack Keep Your Good Woman Home (1935)





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Published on Apr 14, 2010

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We'll never know the real name of Blind Mack, a singer who may been from Mississippi or even New Orleans. The pianist here seems to be Kid Stormy Weather, a New Orleans musician who was very sadly under-recorded. Mack had a session (organized by H.C. Speir) that spanned two days in October of 1935 with ten songs recorded but only two were issued at the time.

Blind Mack (real name unknown):Vocals

Probably Kid Stormy Weather (Edmond Joseph):Piano

Recorded in Jackson, MS. Thursday, October 17, 1935

Originally issued on the 1935 single (Vocalion 03167) (78 RPM)

This recording taken from the 1979 album "That's Where I Was Born:The Piano Blues Volume Ten:Territory Blues (1934-1941) (Magpie PY4410) (LP) (U.K.)

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