One man band Jesse Fuller's first recordings from 1954! Jesse Fuller was a truly unique one man band who played blues, spirituals, ballads and folk songs. On these recordings we find Jesse playing guitar, harmonica, kazoo and the footdella (a bass that Jesse built which he plays with his feet). One of the greatest folk musicians of all time in his prime. Features top tunes - San Francisco Bay Blues, Railroad blues, John Henry, Lining the tracks, Hanging 'round a skin game and the Railroad work song. Comes with liner notes along with two unpublished photos of Jesse. Limited edition of 1,000 copies. A co-release with our friends at Secret Seven Records.
Railroad Worksong 5:56
Lining Up the Tracks 1:00
John Henry 6:16
Sideb Railroad Blues 5:17
San Francisco Bay Blues 3:28
Hanging 'Round a Skin Game 4:05
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