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BUKKA WHITE

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BOOKER T. ''BUKKA'' WASCHINGTON WHITE
BOTTLENECK TECHNIQUE MASTER

B.November 12, 1906 (Aberdeen, Mississippi)
D. February 26, 1977 (Memphis, Tennessee)

Following in the footsteps of Charley Patton, Bukka White chooses to live his own music, influencing a host of musicians, including his young cousin, Riley B.B. King, mitic Bob Dylan, and others.

1) Aberdeen Mississippi
2) Bukka's Jitterburg Swing
3) Special Streamline
4) High Fever Blues
5) District Attorney Blues
6) Fixin' to Die
7) Black Train Blues
8) Strange Place Blues
9) Where Can I Change My Clothes
10) Sleepy Man Blues
11) Parchman Farm Blues
12) Good Gin Blues
13) Pinebluff Arkansas
14) Shake 'em on Down
15) The New Frisco Train
16) The Panama Limited
17) Promise True and Grand

Bukka White (vcl/g)
Napoleon Hairiston (g)
Washboard Sam (washboard)

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