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Kid Smith And Family - Mississippi Freight Train Blues / Mama You're A Mess album flac

  • Performer: Kid Smith And Family
  • Album: Mississippi Freight Train Blues / Mama You're A Mess
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  • Style: Country
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Kid Smith And Family - Mississippi Freight Train Blues / Mama You're A Mess album flac

Tracklist

A Mississippi Freight Train Blues
B Mama You're A Mess

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation

Credits

  • Guitar [Uncredited], Yodeling [Uncredited] – Thelma Smith
  • Ukulele [Uncredited] – Dorothy Smith
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Dorothy Smith (tracks: A), Thelma Smith (tracks: A), Walter Smith
  • Written-By – Kid Smith
  • Yodeling [Uncredited] – Dorothy Smith (tracks: B)

Notes

Side A recorded 2 December 1936 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 5 December 1936 in New York, NY.

Side A matrix no. 20354-1.
Side B matrix no. 20371-2.

Also released on Conqueror 8788 and ARC family of labels 7-03-52.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 20354 1-4 D 12
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 20371 2-4 C C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 20354
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 20371

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I got the freight train blues Got them in the bottom of my ramblin' shoes And when the whistle blows I gotta go Oh! Lordy! Guess I'm never gonna lose The freight train blues. My daddy was a fireman and my mummy dear Was the only daughter of an engineer My sweetie is a brakemann, and it ain't no joke, It's a shame the way he keeps a good gal broke. I got the freight train blues Got them in the bottom of my ramblin' shoes And when the whistle blows I gotta go Oh! Lordy! Guess I'm never gonna lose The freight train blues

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