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05 August 2017

Been a Dry Spell Here as of Late



Son House, born Eddie James House, Jr.on  March 21, 1902 in Riverton, Mississippi, was a teen preacher in African American Baptist churches across the South. By his twenties he had taken to whiskey & preachin’ the Blues. He made four double-sided recordings for Paramount, this being one.

Son House - Dry Spell Blues Parts I &  II, Paramount 10“ shellac 78rpm, 1930.



Side A -
Dry Spell Blues Part I



Side B -
Dry Spell Blues Part II




Enjoy,

3 comments:

  1. Sweet! If you have the original shellac, you have a pearl of great price. Either way, many thanks for this rarity.

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  2. Dry spell ? Well, alright. Thanks for the head's up. On the House. From one part-time occupant to another.

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  3. Been concerned about you of late. And, frankly, about myself, too. Glad you're still around. Peace.

    -Xtm

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