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Published on Oct 13, 2006
Born 1905 and after playing several joints, Arthur Crudup began playing the blues for parties in Clarksdale !!!, Mississippi, in 1939! One time Crudup was hired to play at a party at Tampa Red's house in 1941, and as a result of that night, he was signed to record for the RCA/Bluebird. In early 1954 he cut his self penned tune called That's Allright Mama. A song that another "well" known artist was given his version of to the world some few month later ;-) This 78 rpm record came from a juke so it's not really Mint, but it rocks, damn for sure....Get bluesin' guy's...this is the REAL Deal!!! Sun record #209 with Elvis Presley's version can also be heard/seen here at my youtube.....