Lowell Fulson - 1946-1948



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Lowell Fulson
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Jack Lauderdale [of Swing Time Records] came up there [to the Bay Area] in 1948 and he wanted me to cut a record. I told him, I don't know." He gave me his address and everything. And he said to come down, if I needed any money or anything. Well, "Three O'Clock in the Morning" ["Three O'Clock Blues," Down Town 2002] was selling so good. But the "Black Widow Spider Blues" really took off. I had more pieces. My wife wanted me to quit. We only had $300-400 in the bank." - Lowell Fulson (Interviewed by Mary Katherine Aldin and Mark Humphrey 1994) Continuing on from CLC #5044, this collection picks up the Fulson story in 1947 with a session for Bob Geddins' Cava-Tone label.

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1) Night and Day
2) Double Trouble Blues
3) Stormin' and Rainin'
4) Good Woman Blues
5) Jelly Jelly
6) Mean Woman Blues
7) 9:30 Shuffle
8) Thinkin' Blues
9) Tell Me Baby
10) Fulson Boogie
11) Tryin' to Find My Baby
12) Let's Throw a Boogie Woogie
13) Highway 99
14) Whiskey Blues
15) Scotty's Blues
16) Train Is Leavin'
17) Crying Blues
18) You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
19) Miss Katie Lee Blues
20) Rambling Blues
21) Fulson's Blues
22) San Francisco Blues
23) Fulson Boogie
24) Mean Woman Blues

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1946-1948 | Lowell Fulson