|Performer:||Leake County Revelers|
|Title:||Thirty-First Street Blues / Mississippi Breakdown|
|Category:||World, Folk & Country|
|1||Thirty-First Street Blues|
Side A with an unidentified vocal duet as well.
Both sides recorded 18 December 1930 in Jackson, MS.
This release is on the Columbia Viva-tonal style label, with "Viva-tonal Recording" & "ELECTRICAL PROCESS" printed on label. Labels with two patent numbers.
Mississippi Breakdown - Leake County Revelers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Thirty First Street Blues - Leake County Revelers. Listen to Thirty-First Street Blues from Leake County Revelers's Leake County Revelers Vol. 2 1929-1930 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Leake County Revelers Vol. Leake County Revelers. 58 listeners. 4 more albums featuring this track. Leake County Revelers-Thirty-First Street Blues Recorded on Thursday, December 18, 1930 in Jackson, Mississippi for Columbia Records. Álbum 1998 21 canciones. Pruébalo gratis. Leake County Blues. Lonesome Blues. Thirty-First Street Blues. The Leake County Revelers. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. The Leake County Revelers were a country music string band popular in the U. South in the 1920s and 1930s. The members were from in and around Sebastopol, Mississippi, led by fiddler Will Gilmer, with R. Mosley on mandolin and banjo-mandolin, Jim Wolverton on 5-string banjo, and Dallas Jones on guitar. The band was formed in 1926. They made a series of 40 recordings for Okeh Records and Columbia Records from 1927 through 1930, most recorded in New Orleans, Louisiana and Jackson, Mississippi. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. I'm Gwine Back to Dixie, 02:56. Saturday Night Breakdown, 02:54. Leake County Blues, 03:07. Mississippi Breakdown, 03:14