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I Need-A Plenty Grease In My Frying Pan
(roots and influences of vaudeville & rural blues: 1919-1940)
Max Haymes

1. Ayers Edward The Promise Of The New South 
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2. Ballantine Betty & Ian Ballantine
(Editorial Directors)
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3. Calt Stephen & Gayle Wardlow

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4. Carr Patti (Ed./Director)

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Mississippi Historical Museum. [Mississippi Department of Archives &History.] 1981.

5. Catlin George

North American Indians                                                  [Penguin Books. New York City] 1989.  Rep. 1st. pub. 1841.

6. Fahey John

Charley Patton
[Studio Vista. London] 1970.

7. Harris Sheldon

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[Da Capo. New York City] 1989. Rev. ed.

8. Haymes Max

Railroadin’ Some (railroads in the early blues) 
[Music Mentor Books. York] 2006.

9. Hudson Charles

The Southeastern Indians 
[University of Tennessee Press. Knoxville] 1989. Rep. 1st. pub. 1976

10. Larkin Colin (General Editor)

The Guinness Who’s Who Of Blues
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11. Lieb Sandra

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[University of Massachusetts. Amherst.] 1981.

12. Lomax Alan

The Land Where The Blues Began
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13. Oliver Paul

Songsters & Saints (Vocal Traditions On Race Records)
[Cambridge University Press] 1984

14. -------“-------

Blues Fell This Morning - Meaning In The Blues
2nd. Rev. ed. [Cambridge University Press.]

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The Penguin Dictionary Of Historical Slang
Abridged by Jacqueline Simpson. [Penguin Books. Harmondsworth, Middlesex. UK] 1986. Rep. 1st. pub. 1937.

16. Russell Tony

The Penguin Guide To The Blues Recordings
Tony Russell & Chris Smith & co. [Penguin Books] 2006.

17. Smith Chris The Penguin Guide etc. Ibid.
18. Spear Allan H.

Black Chicago (the making of a negro ghetto 1890-1920)
[The University of Chicago Press. Chicago & London] 1967.

19. Spottswood Dick

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[Studio Vista. London] 1970.

21. Wikipedia

[wikipedia.org/wiki/Stingray] 2011.

Discographical details from Blues & Gospel Records 1890-1943 (4th. ed. Rev). John Godrich, Robert M.W. Dixon, Howard Rye. [Clarendon Press. Oxford] 1997.
Compilation by Max Haymes.
Transcriptions by Max Haymes.
Corrections/additions by Max Haymes.

© Copyright 2012 Max Haymes. All Rights Reserved.

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