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When it was first recorded, country blues was played by both black and white troubadours alike, whose music shared much in common. From the legendary yodelling of Jimmie Rodgers to the sublime guitar picking of Sam McGee, The Rough Guide To Hillbilly Blues showcases many classic and forgotten recordings by white artists in the country blues style.
Dick Justice Cocaine 3:11 , Dock Boggs Down South Blues 3:07 , Frank Hutchison Stackalee 3:06 , Jimmie Rodgers Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel #8) 3:01 , John Dilleshaw & the String Marvel Spanish Fandango 3:14 , Clarence Greene Johnson City Blues 3:00 , Sam McGee Buck Dancer's Choice 2:57 , Darby & Tarlton Slow Wicked Blues 3:06 , Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers If the River Was Whiskey 3:07 , Dixon Brothers Weave Room Blues 2:31 1 Larry Hensley Match Box Blues 2:55 1, Cliff Carlisle Trouble Minded Blues 2:39