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  1. Oct 19,  · The Piano Blues Vol. 18 - Roosevelt Sykes and Lee Green () Roosevelt Sykes Roosevelt's Blues Ten And Four Blues Henry Ford Blues Poor Boy Blues All My Money Gone Home Of Your Own Lost All I Had The Way I Feel Lee Green Railroad Blues Number 44 Blues If I Get Drunk
  2. Roosevelt Sykes - Roosevelt's Blues - Ten And Four Blues - Henry Ford Blues - Poor Boy Blues - All My Money Gone - Home Of Your Own - Lost All I Had - The Way I Feel Lee Green - Railroad Blues - Number 44 Blues - If I Get Drunk - Dud-Low Joe - All My Money Gone - Death Bell Blues - The Way I Feel - Maltese Cat Blues. foreword by Francis Smith.
  3. (piano blues) Roosevelt Sykes and Lee Green - The Way I Feel - The Best Of - , YAZOO, FLAC (tracks+.cue), Roosevelt Sykes and Lee Green - The Way I Feel - The Best Of Lost All I Had Blues 7. Henry Ford Blues 8. Poor Boy Blues Leothus Lee Green: 9. Train Number
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  5. Nov 10,  · Leothus Lee Green was an early contemporary of Little Brother Montgomery and a mentor to Roosevelt bluegrass.gravelmoondonndorintrius.infoinfo in Mississippi around , Green worked as a clothes presser in Vicksburg while perfecting his piano technique.
  6. ROOSEVELT SYKES: Delmark Feel Like Blowing My Horn / Fire Detective Blues/ Henry Ford Blues/ Home Of Your Own Blues/ I'm Tired Of Being Mistreated/ Little Sow Blues/ Lost All I Had Blues/ Poor Boy Blues/ Roosevelt's Blues/ Single Tree Blues/ Skeet And Garret/ Ten And Four Blues/ The Way I Feel Blues/ BEE TURNER: Jivin' Jelly Roll Blues.
  7. The Piano Blues Vol. 18 - Roosevelt Sykes and Lee Green () Written by bluesever Monday, 19 October - In Chicago, Sykes began to display an increasing urbanity in his lyric-writing, using an eight-bar.

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