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part of: Shelby County, Tennessee, United States
parts: Raines, Memphis, Tennessee, United States
recording location for: #1 by The Grifters
'Side by The Grifters
Bummer by The Grifters
Corolla Hoist by The Grifters
Encrusted by The Grifters
How Many More Years by Howlin’ Wolf
I Arise by The Grifters
Just Passing Out by The Grifters
Sain by The Grifters
Shark by The Grifters
She Blows Blasts of Static by The Grifters
Teenage Jesus by The Grifters
The Casual Years by The Grifters
Tupelo Moan by The Grifters
Wonder by The Grifters
I’m So Glad Today #1 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-25)
I’m So Glad Today #2 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-25)
Mother’s Prayer #1 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-25)
Mother’s Prayer #2 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-25)
Hone in the Rock by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-28)
Wouldn’t Mind Dying If Dying Was All #1 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-28)
Wouldn’t Mind Dying If Dying Was All #2 by A.C. Forehand & Blind Mamie Forehand (1927-02-28)
I Heard the Voice of a Pork Chop (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-01-30)
I Heard the Voice of a Pork Chop (take 2) by Jim Jackson (1928-01-30)
Minglewood Blues by Cannon’s Jug Stompers (1928-01-30)
My Monday Woman Blues (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-01-30)
My Mobile-Central Blues (matrix 41801-4) by Jim Jackson (1928-02-01)
My Monday Woman Blues (take 3) by Jim Jackson (1928-02-01)
Old Dog Blue (matrix 41827) by Jim Jackson (1928-02-01)
Old Dog Blue by Jim Jackson (1928-02-02)
Big Road Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-03)
Big Road Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-03)
Cool Drink Of Water Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-03)
Cool Drink of Water Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-03)
Bye-Bye Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-04)
Maggie Campbell Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-02-04)
Indian War Whoop by Hoyt Ming and his Pep-Steppers (1928-02-13)
Bootlegging Blues by Jim Jackson (1928-02-14)
Frank Hurt by Mississippi John Hurt (1928-02-14)
Nobody’s Dirty Business by Mississippi John Hurt (1928-02-14)
Policy Blues (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-02-14)
Policy Blues (take 2) by Jim Jackson (1928-02-14)
Memphis Stomp by Blue Boys (1928-02-15)
I’m Wild About My Lovin’ by Jim Jackson (1928-08-27)
This Morning She Was Gone (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-27)
This Morning She Was Gone (take 2) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-27)
Cannon Ball Blues by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Dry Land Blues by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Furry’s Blues by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
I Will Turn Your Money Green (take 1) by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
I Will Turn Your Money Green (take 2) by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Judge Harsh Blues (take 1) by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Judge Harsh Blues (take 2) by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Kassie Jones by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Kassie Jones, Part 1 by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Kassie Jones, Part 2 by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Kassie Jones, Part 2 by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
Mistreatin’ Mama by Furry Lewis (1928-08-28)
This Ain’t No Place for Me by Jim Jackson (1928-08-28)
What a Time (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-28)
What a Time (take 2) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-28)
Bessie’s Moan by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Fort Worth and Denver Blues (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Fort Worth and Denver Blues (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Fryin’ Pan Skillet Blues (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Fryin’ Pan Skillet Blues (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
I’m Gonna Move to Louisiana - Pt. 1 (take 1) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-29)
I’m Gonna Move to Louisiana - Pt. 1 (take 2) by Jim Jackson (1928-08-29)
I’m Gonna Move to Louisiana - Pt. 2 by Jim Jackson (1928-08-29)
My Man Has Quit Me by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Penitentiary (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Penitentiary (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
The Dummy by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-29)
Black Name Moan by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-30)
Got Cut All to Pieces (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-30)
Got Cut All to Pieces (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1928-08-30)
Big Fat Mamma Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-08-31)
Canned Heat Blues by Tommy Johnson (1928-08-31)
Lonesome Home Blues (take 1) by Tommy Johnson (1928-08-31)
Lonesome Home Blues (take 2) by Tommy Johnson (1928-08-31)
Going ’round the Mountain by Jim Jackson (1928-09-04)
Traveling Man by Jim Jackson (1928-09-04)
Bye, Bye, Policeman by Jim Jackson (1928-09-07)
Long Gone by Jim Jackson (1928-09-07)
Feather Bed by Cannon’s Jug Stompers (1928-09-09)
Viola Lee Blues by Cannon’s Jug Stompers (1928-09-20)
Saut Crapaud by Columbus Fruge (1929-09-18)
Saut Crapaud by Columbus Frugé (1929-09-18)
Bunker Hill Blues by Frank Stokes (1929-09-23)
Worried Love - Part 1 by Irene Scruggs (1929-09-28)
Worried Love - Part 2 by Irene Scruggs (1929-09-28)
He Got Better Things for You by Memphis Sanctified Singers (1929-10-01)
K.C. Moan by Memphis Jug Band (1929-10-04)
Hesitation Blues (Oh! Baby Must I Hesitate) by Jim Jackson (1930-02)
St. Louis Blues by Jim Jackson (1930-02)
Bumble Bee by Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe McCoy (1930-02-21)
Tallahatchie River Blues by Mattie Delaney (1930-02-21)
Milk Cow Blues by Sleepy John Estes (1930-05-13)
Expressman Blues by Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachell (1930-05-17)
I Am in the Heavenly Way by Bukka White (1930-05-26)
Promise True and Grand by Bukka White (1930-05-26)
The New Frisco Train by Bukka White (1930-05-26)
The Panama Limited by Bukka White (1930-05-26)
Jake Walk Blues by The Allen Brothers (1930-06-06)
Got the Farm Land Blues by The Carolina Tar Heels (1930-11-19)
A New Salty Dog by The Allen Brothers (1930-11-22)
Roll Down the Line by The Allen Brothers (1930-11-22)
Shuffle Feet, Shuffle by Henry Whitter, Fisher Hendley and Marshall Small (1930-11-29)
I Want Some of Your Pie by Blind Boy Fuller & Sonny Terry (1939-06-12)
Baby You Win by Charlie Burse & His Memphis Mudcats (1939-07-08)
Oil It Up and Go by Charlie Burse & His Memphis Mudcats (1939-07-08)
Big Leg Woman Gets My Pay by Blind Boy Fuller (1939-07-12)
I’m a Stranger Here by Blind Boy Fuller (1939-07-12)
You’ve Got Something There by Blind Boy Fuller (1939-07-12)
When Your Baby Packs Up and Goes by B.B. King (1949)
Jumpin' Blues by Mumbles (1951)
Try Me One More Time by Willie Nix (1951)
Booted by Rosco Gordon (1951-08)
Moanin’ at Midnight by Howlin’ Wolf (1951-08)
Lovin' Blues by Bobby “Blue” Bland with The Beale Streeters (1952)
We All Gotta Go Sometime by Joe Hill Louis (1952)
Bear Cat by Rufus Thomas (1953-03-08)
Feelin' Good by Little Junior's Blue Flames (1953-06-18)
Wolf Call Boogie by Hot Shot Love (1954-01-08)
Cotton Crop Blues by James Cotton (1954-05-14)
I Wonder Will We Meet Again? by Rev. Crenshaw & congregation (1959-10-04)
Three O'Clock Blues by Ike & Tina Turner (1969)
As She Walked Away by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
Butter by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
Down Home Style by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
Groovin’ by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
It's All a Joke by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
Memphis in June by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
The Vibrator by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
Theme From Electric Surfboard by “Brother” Jack McDuff (1969-06-10)
recording location for: Legends of the Lost and Found by Harry Chapin
Legends of the Lost and Found by Harry Chapin
Geonames: http://sws.geonames.org/4641239/ [info]
Wikidata: Q16563 [info]
Wikipedia: en: Memphis, Tennessee [info]