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All Night Long



Playlist


1. Miles & Bob Pratcher: If It's All Night Long

Southern Journey, Vol. 3: 61 Highway Mississippi (Lomax Collection/Rounder)



2. Earl Johnson's Clodhoppers: All Night Long

The String Bands, Vol. 2 (Old-Timey/Arhoolie)



3. Johnny Otis: All Nite Long

The Original Johnny Otis Show (Savoy)



4. Unidentified group: All Day, All Night Long

Bahamas 1935, Vol. 2: Ring Games and Round Dances (Lomax Collection/Rounder)



5. Skip James: All Night Long

Skip James Today! (Vanguard)



6. Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers: All Night Long Blues

Good For What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows (Old Hat)



7. Burnett & Rutherford: All Night Long Blues*

Kentucky Mountain Music boxset (Yazoo)



*If I live and don't get killed / Gonna make my home in Louisville



8. Mance Lipscomb: Night Time is the Right Time

Mance Lipscomb, Vol. 4 (Arhoolie)



9. Incredible String Band: No Sleep Blues

5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion (Elektra)


 

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