Seven Sisters Blues Part 1 - Funny Papa Smith* - 1930-1931 The Original Howling Wolf (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. J.T. "Funny Papa" Smith, in addition to being one of the earliest born Bluesmen, was a lyrical genius. This fact is made evident throughout this cd, especially on the two part "Seven Sisters Blues", which is THE song that Bob Dylan has been trying to write, sing and perform for half a century.5/5(1).
  2. Funny Papa Smith - The Original Howling Wolf, Styles: Prewar Blues Label: Yazoo Released: File: mp3 @K/s Size: 94,7 MB Time: Art: front 1. Seven Sisters Blues Part 1 - 2. Seven Sisters Blues Part 2 - 3. Hungry Wolf - 4. Corn Whiskey Blues - 5. Hoppin' Toad Frog - 6. Mama's Quittin' And Leavin.
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