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Labor Records presents an album that pays tribute to one of the last giants of Country Blues whose passing ended that illustrious period of raw-boned, original talent. This is the first release of tracks originally recorded in the mid-70s, featuring Louisiana Red in the most pure and unadulterated period of his career. Also featured is the rarely recorded guitar wizard Lefty Dizz as well as Peg Leg Sam, the astounding harmonica player whose skills were developed during his years as a wandering hobo.
Labor Records presents an album that pays tribute to one of the last giants of Country Blues whose passing ended that illustrious period of raw-boned, original talent. This is the first release of tracks originally recorded in the mid-70s, featuring Louisiana Red in the most pure and unadulterated period of his career. Also featured is the rarely recorded guitar wizard Lefty Dizz as well as Peg Leg Sam, the astounding harmonica player whose skills were developed during his years as a wandering hobo.
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Format: CD
Label: LABO
Catalog: 7085
Rel. Date: 10/30/2012
UPC: 790987708524

When My Mama Was Living
Artist: Louisiana Red
Format: CD
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Labor Records presents an album that pays tribute to one of the last giants of Country Blues whose passing ended that illustrious period of raw-boned, original talent. This is the first release of tracks originally recorded in the mid-70s, featuring Louisiana Red in the most pure and unadulterated period of his career. Also featured is the rarely recorded guitar wizard Lefty Dizz as well as Peg Leg Sam, the astounding harmonica player whose skills were developed during his years as a wandering hobo.
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