Live at the Bootleggers captures a moment in time, and a place in history when community was created around the buying and drinking of illegal liquor. moonshine. white lightening. It was recorded live at a bootlegger's homebase in Fayette County, Tennessee in 1971 at the behest of Lattie Murrell, whom Bengt Olsson and Bill Barth had tracked down to document. Besides Murrell, Barth and William Floyd Davis, the contributors to this record just happened to be spellin' with the same bootlegger that evening;they are unknown voices, arising with glory from the soak of moonshine, and then fading back into obscurity.
When A Gal Cross The Bottom - Lattie Murrell
Spoonful - Lattie Murrell
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl - Lattie Murrell
Howlin' In The Moonlight - Lattie Murrell
Blues For Mattie Mae - Lattie Murrell
Lookin' Down The Road - William Floyd Davis
The Capt'n - William Floyd Davis
Why Did I Have To Leave Cairo - William Floyd Davis
Catfish Blues - Lattie Murrell
Rock Me Baby - Bootlegger with Bill Barth
Getting That Stuff - Bootlegger
Bottle Up And Go - Bootlegger Quartet with Bill Barth
He's Callin' Me - Bootlegger Quartet
Cummins Prison Farm - Bootlegger
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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