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Blues At Sea
by Max Haymes
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1. Hugill Stan. "Shanties From The Seven Seas". Routledge & Kegan Paul. London. 1984. First pub. 1961.
2. Baker Richard & Antony Miall. "Everyman's Book Of Sea Songs", J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. London. 1982.
3. Estes. J. "Vernita Blues". Sleepy John Estes (vo. gtr); Hammie Nixon (hca); Charlie Pickett (gtr). 2/8/37. New York City.
4. "Diving Duck Blues". Sleepy John Estes (vo. gtr.). Yank Rachell (mand.); Jab Jones (pno.): 26/9/29. Memphis, Tenn
5. Thomas H. "Shanty Blues". Henry Thomas (vo. gtr.). 7/10/27. Chicago, Ill
6. Lomax John A. & Alan. "American Ballads & Folk Songs." The Macmillan Co. New York. 1966. First pub. 1934.
7. Lloyd A.L. "Folk Song In England". Paladin. 1975. First pub. 1967.
8. Mayhew Henry. "Mayhew's London." Ed. Peter Quennell. Spring Books. London. c.1887.
9. Long Richard A. "Black Americana". Admiral books. 1985.
10. Allen Walter (Ed.). "Transatlantic Crossing". William Heinemann Ltd. London. 1971.
11. Aptheker Herbert (Ed.). "A Documentary History Of The Negro People In the United States Vol. 2." Citadel Press. 19? First pub. 1951.
12. Coleman Terry. "Passage To America". Hutchinson of London. 1972.
13. Hogg Peter. "Slavery The Afro-American Experience." British Library. London. 1979.
14. Bushnell Hart Albert. "The Southern South". Da Capo Press. New York 1969. First pub. 1910.
15. Wallenstein Peter. "From Slave South To New South. Public Policy in 19th c. Georgia" University of North Carolina Press. 1987.
16. "Encyclopedia Americana Vol.24." Grolier Inc. 1986. First pub. 1829.
17. "Encyclopedia Americana Vol.12." Grolier Inc. 1986. First pub. 1829.
18. "Encyclopedia Americana Vol.14." Grolier Inc. 1986. First pub. 1829.
19. Oliver Paul. "Conversations With The Blues". The Jazz Book Club. 1967.
20. Oliver Paul. "Notes to "The Piano Blues Volume Eight". L.P.Magpie.  PY4408. 1978.
21. Oliver Paul. "Notes to "The Piano Blues Volume Eleven". L.P. Magpie  PY4411. 1979.
22. Oliver Paul. "The Story Of The Blues" Barrie & Rockliff. 1969.
23. Oliver Paul. "Songsters & Saints". Cambridge University Press. 1984.
24. Smith Francis. "Notes to "The Piano Blues Volume Eleven" L.P. ibid.
25. Smith Francis. "Notes to "The Piano Blues Volume Four". L.P. Magpie PY4404. 1977.
26. Rogers William Warren. "Outposts On The Gulf". University of West Florida Press, Pensacola. 1986.
27. "Encyclopedia Americana Val.19." Grolier Inc. 1986. First pub. 1829.
28. Carr L. "Alabama Women Blues". Leroy Carr (vo. pno); Scrapper Blackwell (gtr.). 19/9/30. Chicago, Ill.
29. Ramsey Jr. Frederic. "Been Here And Gone". Cassell. London, 1960.
30. Woodward Vann C. "Origins of the New South. 1877-1913." Louisiana State University Press. 1967. first pub, 1951.
31. Walker Stanley. "Texas". The Viking Press. New York. 1962.
32. Horsman Reginald. "Josiah Nott Of Mobile" Louisiana State University Press. 1987.
33. Jefferson L. "See That My Grave's Kept Clean." Blind Lemon Jeffer­son. vo. gtr. c.-/10/27. Chicago, Ill.
34. Jefferson L. "Match Box Blues" Blind Lemon Jefferson (vo. gtr.). 14/3/27. Atlanta, Ga.
35. Cowley John. Notes to "Two White Horses Standin' In A Line". L.P. Flyright-Matchbox Library of Congress Series Vol.5. SDM 264. c.1976.
36. Eagle Jubilee Four "Maybe The Last Time". Eagle Jubilee Four. unk. quartet vo.; unacc. 4/11/38/ Columbia, S.C.
37. Jackson Bruce (Ed). "The Negro And His Folklore In Nineteenth‑Century Periodicals". University of Texas Press, Pub. for American Folklore Society. 1969. First pub.1967.
38. Courlander Harold. "Negro Folk Music". The Jazz Book Club. 1966.
39. Roberts John Storm. "Black Music Of Ike Two Worlds" Allen Lane 1973 First pub. 1972.
40. Groom Bob. Notes to "Jack O'Diamonds". L.P. Flyright-Matchbox Library of Congress Series. Vol. 6. SDM.265. c.1976.
41. Harrowven Jean. "Origins of Rhymes, Songs and Sayings". Kaye & Ward. London. 1977.
42. McTell W. "Lay Some Flowers On My Grave". Blind Willie McTell (vo, gtr.). 25/4/35. Chicago, Ill.
43. Broughton Viv. "Black Gospel". Blandford Press. Dorset. 1985.
44. Williamson S.B. "Down South". Sonny Boy Williamson No.l. (vo. hca.). Yank Rachell (mand.); 'Jackson Joe' Williams (gtr.). 13/3/38. Aurora, Ill.
45. Carter B. "Who's Been Here!" Bo Carter (vo. gtr.). 22/10/38. San Antonio, Tex.
46. Carter B. "Backache Blues". Bo Carter (vo. gtr ). 4/6/31. New York City.
47. Spivey V. "T. B. Blues". Victoria Spivey (vo.); Lonnie Johnson (gtr.); John Erby (pno.). 27/4/27. St. Louis, Mo.
48. Johnson R. "They're Red Hot" Robert Johnson (vo. gtr. speech.). 27/11/36. San Antonio, Tex.
49. Bastin Bruce. "Red River Blues". University of Illinois Press. Urbana & Chicago. 1986.
50. Daniels J. "Can't Put The Bridle On That Mule This Morning". Julius Daniels (vo. gtr.); prob. Wilbert Andrews (gtr.). 24/10/27. Atlanta, Ga.
51. McClennan T. "Bottle It Up And Go ". Tommy McClennan (vo. gtr. speech); 22/11/39. Chicago, Ill.
52. Stokes F. "You Shall" The Beale St. Sheiks. Frank Stokes (vo. gtr); Dan Sane (gtr.). c.-/9/27. Chicago, Ill.
53. Porkchop. "G. Burns Gonna Rise Again." Johnson-Nelson-Porkchop. Porkchop (vo.); unk. vo. chorus; prob unk. gtr. 17/2/28. Memphis, Tenn.
54. Jordan C. "Keep It Clean" Charlie Jordan (vo. gtr.). -/6/30. Chicago Ill.
55. McClintock L. "Furniture Man" Lil McClintock (vo. gtr.). 4/12/30. Atlanta, Ga.
56. Boy A. "Church Street Blues". Andy Boy (vo. pno. speech), 24/2/37. San Antonio, Tex.
57. Torey G. "Lonesome Man Blues" George Torey.(vo.gtr.), 2/4/37. Birmingham, Ala.
58. Harrison David. Notes to "Kokomo Arnold". L.P. Matchbox. SDR.163, 1969.
59. Hoyden Geoffrey & Dennis Marks. (Eds.). "Repercussions", From "Caribbean Crucible" by Kenneth Bilby. Century Publishing. London. 1985. First pub. 1981.
60. Charters Samuel. "The Roots Of The Blues". Quartet Books. London. 1982. First pub. 1981.
61. Dixon R.M.W. & J.Godrich. "Recording The Blues". Studio Vista. 1970
62. All pre-war blues discographical details from "Blues & Gospel Records. 1902-1943." Storyville & Co. Ltd. (3rd Ed. Fully Revised). 1982.
63. Transcription of "They're Red Hot" (Item 48.) by Eric Clapton. 1990.
64. All other Blues transcriptions by Max Haymes. 1991.

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