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Playlist of R. L. Burnside

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  • Glory Be

    4:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Glory Be · R.L. Burnside

    A Bothered Mind


    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2004-08-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Dont Stop Honey

    4:13

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Don't Stop Honey · R.L. Burnside

    Come on In

    ℗ 1998 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1998 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 1998-08-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Chain of Fools

    3:43

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Chain of Fools · R.L. Burnside

    Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down


    ℗ 2000 Fat Possum Records, LLC
    ℗ 2010 Fourteenth Hour Music

    Released on: 2016-02-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Walkin Blues

    4:20

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Walkin' Blues · R.L. Burnside

    A Ass Pocket of Whiskey

    ℗ 1996 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2000 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-01-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Poor Boy

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Poor Boy · R.L. Burnside

    Mississippi Hill Country Blues

    ℗ 1984 & 1985 Swingmaster. Under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records LLC
    ℗ 2001 Big Legal Mess

    Released on: 2000-07-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Skinny Woman

    2:42

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Skinny Woman · R.L. Burnside

    Burnside on Burnside

    ℗ 2001 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2015-06-02

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Goin Down South

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Goin' Down South · R.L. Burnside

    A Bothered Mind


    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2004-08-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside - Mississippi Hill Country Blues - Full Album

    56:30

    Released in 2001.

    Track listing:

    Miss Maybelle - 0:00
    House Up On The Hill - 2:17
    Gone So Long - 5:01
    Skinny Woman - 8:20
    See What My Buddy Done - 10:41
    Don't Care How Long You're Gone - 13:49
    Lost Without Your Love - 16:09
    Shake 'Em On Down - 19:20
    Bad Luck And Trouble - 22:06
    Just Like A Woman - 25:45
    Greyhound Bus Station - 28:29
    Crying Won't Make Me Stay - 32:11
    Rolling And Tumbling (Harmonica – Red Ramsey) - 35:09
    Mellow Peaches - 37:50
    I Believe - 40:46
    Poor Boy - 43:10
    Jumper On The Line - 46:08
    Poor Black Mattie - 48:55
    Long Haired Donkey - 51:46

  • RL Burnside - A Bothered Mind

    39:37

    Album : A Bothered Mind (2004, full album)

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  • Shake Em on Down

    4:50

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    Shake 'Em on Down · R.L. Burnside

    Too Bad Jim


    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-02-19

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • RL Burnside - Let My Baby Ride

    3:18

  • Someday Baby

    3:17

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    Someday Baby · R.L. Burnside

    A Bothered Mind


    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2004-08-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L.Burnside - its bad you know

    4:43

    from the 'come on in' album

  • Its Bad You Know

    4:58

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    It's Bad You Know · R.L. Burnside

    Come on In

    ℗ 1998 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1998 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 1998-08-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside: Burnsides Blues

    3:45

    R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.08 3-13]

  • R. L. Burnside - Rollin and Tumblin

    5:01

    1998 french Tv show-

  • RL Burnside - Someday baby feat Lyrics Born

    3:17

    A Bothered Mind
    Musical album by R. L. Burnside
    Release date: August 17, 2004
    Artist: R. L. Burnside
    Label: Fat Possum Records

    RL-Don't care how long we go,
    I'm be home in a day.
    Yah good times three men, playing pool one day,
    but someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, for me... anymore.

    RAP-Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game
    Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game

    RL-Just keep on betting,
    any day it's gonna pay
    yah hold on darling you're leaving to fast,
    but someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, for me... anymore.

    RAP-Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game
    Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game

    RL-Yeah goodbye baby, better close that door,
    once you've found love, you can't stay long,
    but someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, for me... anymore.

    but someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble, for me... anymore.

    RAP-Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game
    Goodbye girl better get gone Skit Gone Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good Had a good thing going Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you Girl, you got a game

  • R.L. Burnside: See My Jumper Hanging On the Line

    3:56

    R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.07]

  • RL BURNSIDE rollin & tumblin

    4:38

    Legendary bluesman RL BURNSIDE with ROLLIN' & TUMBLIN', taken from his 1997 FAT POSSUM release MR WIZARD.

  • R.L. Burnside-Dont Stop Honey from Come on In

    4:13

    R. L. Burnside (November 23, 1926 -- September 1, 2005), born Robert Lee Burnside, was a North Mississippi hill country blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist who lived much of his life in and around Holly Springs, Mississippi. He played music for much of his life, but did not receive much attention until the early 1990s. In the latter half of the 1990s, Burnside repeatedly recorded with Jon Spencer, garnering crossover appeal and introducing his music to a new fanbase within the underground garage rock scene.

    One commentator noted that Burnside, along with Big Jack Johnson, Paul Wine Jones, Roosevelt Booba Barnes and James Super Chikan Johnson, were present-day exponents of an edgier, electrified version of the raw, uncut Delta blues sound.

    Burnside was born in Harmontown, Mississippi, in Lafayette County. He spent most of his life in North Mississippi, working as a sharecropper and a commercial fisherman, as well as playing guitar in Juke Joints and bars. He was first inspired to pick up the guitar in his early twenties, after hearing the 1948 John Lee Hooker single, Boogie Chillen (which inspired numerous other rural bluesmen, among them Buddy Guy, to start playing). He learned music largely from Mississippi Fred McDowell, who lived nearby in an adjoining county. He also cited his cousin-in-law, Muddy Waters, as an influence.

    Burnside grew tired of sharecropping and moved to Chicago in 1944 in the hope of finding better economic opportunities. He did find jobs at metal and glass factories, had the company of Muddy Waters and married Alice Mae in 1949, but things did not turn out as he had hoped. Within the span of one year his father, two brothers, and uncle were all murdered in the city, a tragedy that Burnside would later draw upon in his work, particularly in his interpretation of Skip James's Hard Time Killing Floor and the talking blues R.L.'s Story, the opening and closing tracks on Burnside's 2000 album, Wish I Was In Heaven Sitting Down.

    Around 1959, he left Chicago and went back to Mississippi to work the farms and raise a family. He killed a man at a dice game and was convicted of murder and sentenced to six months' incarceration (in Parchman Prison). Burnside's boss at the time reputedly pulled strings to keep the murder sentence short, due to having need of Burnside's skills as a tractor driver. Burnside later said I didn't mean to kill nobody ... I just meant to shoot the sonofabitch in the head. Him dying was between him and the Lord.

    His earliest recordings were made in the late 1960s by George Mitchell and released on Arhoolie Records. Another album of acoustic material was recorded that year and little else was released before Hill Country Blues, in the early 1980s. Recorded between 1980 and 1984 by Leo Bruin in Groningen, Netherlands. An album's worth of singles followed, released on ethnomusicology professor Dr. David Evans' High Water record label in Memphis, Tennessee.

    In the 1990s, he appeared in the film Deep Blues and began recording for the Oxford, Mississippi, label Fat Possum Records. Founded by Living Blues magazine editor Peter Redvers-Lee and Matthew Johnson, the label was dedicated to recording ageing North Mississippi bluesmen such as Burnside and Junior Kimbrough.

    Burnside remained with Fat Possum from that time until his death, and he usually performed with his friend and understudy, the slide guitarist Kenny Brown, with whom he began playing in 1971 and claimed as his adopted son.

    In the mid 1990s, Burnside attracted the attention of Jon Spencer, the leader of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, touring and recording with this group and gaining a new audience in the process.

    Burnside's 1996 album A Ass Pocket of Whiskey (recorded with Jon Spencer) gained massive critical acclaim, earning praise from music legends Bono and Iggy Pop.

    After the death of Kimbrough and the burning of Kimbrough's juke joint in Chulahoma, Mississippi, Burnside quit recording studio material for Fat Possum, though he did continue to tour. After a heart attack in 2001, Burnside's doctor advised him to stop drinking; Burnside did, but he reported that change left him unable to play.

    Members of his large extended family continue to play blues in the Holly Springs area: grandson Cedric Burnside tours with Kenny Brown and most recently with Steve 'Lightnin' Malcolm as part of the 'Juke Joint Duo', while his son Duwayne Burnside has played guitar with the North Mississippi Allstars (Polaris; Hill Country Revue with R. L. Burnside). In 2004, the Burnside sons opened Burnside Blues Cafe, located 30 miles southeast of Memphis at the intersection of U.S. Highway 78 and Mississippi Highway 7 in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

    Burnside had been in declining health since heart surgery in 1999. He died at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee on September 1, 2005 at the age of 78

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  • RL Burnside - Goin Down South

    2:35

    This is for audio purposes.. I threw in a couple of my photos, but RL is the man here...

  • Cedric Burnside on ‘RL Burnside’ – The Blues Kitchen Presents… Interview & Performance

    15:16

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    Cedric Burnside, from Holly Springs, North Mississippi has hill country blues running through his veins.

    His new LP, ‘Benton County Relic’ pays homage to his deep musical roots whilst simultaneously sounding like the past, the present & the future.

    The Grammy nominated musicians performs a version of 'Skinny Woman' by his late Grandfather, RL Burnside.

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  • R.L. Burnsides wood-chopping holler

    1:51

    R.L. Burnside chops wood and sings a holler at his farm in Independence, Mississippi. Shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop, August 28, 1978. For more videos from the American Patchwork fieldwork and information about Alan Lomax and his collections, visit: [02.11.04]

  • R.L. Burnside - Poor Black Mattie

    1:50

    R.L. Burnside plays Poor Black Mattie in Holly Springs, Mississippi and talks about playing the blues with Mssissippi Fred McDowell

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  • R.L. Burnside: When My First Wife Left Me

    4:12

    R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.11]

  • Fireman Ring the Bell

    4:01

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    Fireman Ring the Bell · R.L. Burnside

    Too Bad Jim


    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-02-19

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Miss Maybelle

    3:17

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Miss Maybelle · R.L. Burnside

    Burnside on Burnside

    ℗ 2001 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2015-06-02

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside Lesson - See My Jumper On The Line - Blues Legend #3

    9:37

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  • My Name Is Robert Too

    2:44

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    My Name Is Robert Too · R.L. Burnside

    A Bothered Mind


    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2004-08-17

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  • Bad Luck City

    6:34

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    Bad Luck City · R.L. Burnside

    Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down


    ℗ 2000 Fat Possum Records, LLC
    ℗ 2010 Music River / Malaco

    Released on: 2016-02-12

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Alice Mae

    3:32

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    Alice Mae · R.L. Burnside

    Mr. Wizard


    ℗ 1997 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1997 Mocking Bird Music

    Released on: 1997-03-11

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  • Sound Machine Groove

    3:33

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sound Machine Groove · R.L. Burnside & The Sound Machine

    Sound Machine Groove

    ℗ 2015 Highwater Records

    Released on: 1997-07-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside ~ Someday Baby

    3:19

    Goodbye girl better get gone
    Skit
    Gone
    Had a great time
    Got beat pretty good
    Had a good thing going
    Got more than you gave
    Goddamn but now I'll give it to you
    Girl, you got game

  • R L Burnside Bad Luck City

    6:35

    Album: Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down ~ R. L. Burnside (October 24, 2000)
    Label: Fat Possum Records

    Guitar, Bass -- John Porter Loops -- Brad Cook, Iki Levy Organ [Wurlitzer] -- Tommy Eyre Scratches -- DJ Swamp Synthesizer -- Andy Kaulkin Written-By -- J. Puckett, J. Lewis Written-By, Vocals -- R.L. Burnside

  • R L Burnside - Got Messed Up

    5:07

    R. L. Burnside
    Wish I Was in Heaven Sitting Down
    (October 24, 2000) Label: Fat Possum Records

  • RL Burnside - 44 Pistol

    2:59

    RL Burnside doing his version of .44 blues that was written by Roosevelt Sykes. The videos not that great, just wanted to share the song since it's not on youtube.

  • R.L. Burnside - Going Down South

    1:50

    Classic R.L. Burnside. From You See Me Laughin', a documentary by Mandy Stein about Fat Possum records' artists.

  • Snake Drive

    6:56

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Snake Drive · R.L. Burnside

    Mr. Wizard


    ℗ 1997 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1997 Mocking Bird Music

    Released on: 1997-03-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Goin Away Baby

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Goin' Away Baby · R.L. Burnside

    A Bothered Mind


    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2004 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2004-08-17

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside and family: Boogie instrumental

    4:22

    R.L. Burnside with family at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.10]

  • Highway 7

    6:05

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Highway 7 · R.L. Burnside

    Mr. Wizard


    ℗ 1997 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1997 Mocking Bird Music

    Released on: 1997-03-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnsides sons hambone

    2:14

    R.L. Burnside's sons — Duwayne, Dexter, and Michael Joe — hamboning at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.09]

  • R.L. Burnside-Let My Baby Ride from Come on In

    3:00

    R. L. Burnside (November 23, 1926 -- September 1, 2005), born Robert Lee Burnside, was a North Mississippi hill country blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist who lived much of his life in and around Holly Springs, Mississippi. He played music for much of his life, but did not receive much attention until the early 1990s. In the latter half of the 1990s, Burnside repeatedly recorded with Jon Spencer, garnering crossover appeal and introducing his music to a new fanbase within the underground garage rock scene.

    One commentator noted that Burnside, along with Big Jack Johnson, Paul Wine Jones, Roosevelt Booba Barnes and James Super Chikan Johnson, were present-day exponents of an edgier, electrified version of the raw, uncut Delta blues sound.

    Burnside was born in Harmontown, Mississippi, in Lafayette County. He spent most of his life in North Mississippi, working as a sharecropper and a commercial fisherman, as well as playing guitar in Juke Joints and bars. He was first inspired to pick up the guitar in his early twenties, after hearing the 1948 John Lee Hooker single, Boogie Chillen (which inspired numerous other rural bluesmen, among them Buddy Guy, to start playing). He learned music largely from Mississippi Fred McDowell, who lived nearby in an adjoining county. He also cited his cousin-in-law, Muddy Waters, as an influence.

    Burnside grew tired of sharecropping and moved to Chicago in 1944 in the hope of finding better economic opportunities. He did find jobs at metal and glass factories, had the company of Muddy Waters and married Alice Mae in 1949, but things did not turn out as he had hoped. Within the span of one year his father, two brothers, and uncle were all murdered in the city, a tragedy that Burnside would later draw upon in his work, particularly in his interpretation of Skip James's Hard Time Killing Floor and the talking blues R.L.'s Story, the opening and closing tracks on Burnside's 2000 album, Wish I Was In Heaven Sitting Down.

    Around 1959, he left Chicago and went back to Mississippi to work the farms and raise a family. He killed a man at a dice game and was convicted of murder and sentenced to six months' incarceration (in Parchman Prison). Burnside's boss at the time reputedly pulled strings to keep the murder sentence short, due to having need of Burnside's skills as a tractor driver. Burnside later said I didn't mean to kill nobody ... I just meant to shoot the sonofabitch in the head. Him dying was between him and the Lord.

    His earliest recordings were made in the late 1960s by George Mitchell and released on Arhoolie Records. Another album of acoustic material was recorded that year and little else was released before Hill Country Blues, in the early 1980s. Recorded between 1980 and 1984 by Leo Bruin in Groningen, Netherlands. An album's worth of singles followed, released on ethnomusicology professor Dr. David Evans' High Water record label in Memphis, Tennessee.

    In the 1990s, he appeared in the film Deep Blues and began recording for the Oxford, Mississippi, label Fat Possum Records. Founded by Living Blues magazine editor Peter Redvers-Lee and Matthew Johnson, the label was dedicated to recording ageing North Mississippi bluesmen such as Burnside and Junior Kimbrough.

    Burnside remained with Fat Possum from that time until his death, and he usually performed with his friend and understudy, the slide guitarist Kenny Brown, with whom he began playing in 1971 and claimed as his adopted son.

    In the mid 1990s, Burnside attracted the attention of Jon Spencer, the leader of the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, touring and recording with this group and gaining a new audience in the process.

    Burnside's 1996 album A Ass Pocket of Whiskey (recorded with Jon Spencer) gained massive critical acclaim, earning praise from music legends Bono and Iggy Pop.

    After the death of Kimbrough and the burning of Kimbrough's juke joint in Chulahoma, Mississippi, Burnside quit recording studio material for Fat Possum, though he did continue to tour. After a heart attack in 2001, Burnside's doctor advised him to stop drinking; Burnside did, but he reported that change left him unable to play.

    Members of his large extended family continue to play blues in the Holly Springs area: grandson Cedric Burnside tours with Kenny Brown and most recently with Steve 'Lightnin' Malcolm as part of the 'Juke Joint Duo', while his son Duwayne Burnside has played guitar with the North Mississippi Allstars (Polaris; Hill Country Revue with R. L. Burnside). In 2004, the Burnside sons opened Burnside Blues Cafe, located 30 miles southeast of Memphis at the intersection of U.S. Highway 78 and Mississippi Highway 7 in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

    Burnside had been in declining health since heart surgery in 1999. He died at St. Francis Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee on September 1, 2005 at the age of 78

  • R.L. Burnside: Poor Boy A Long Way From Home

    3:20

    R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August 1978. For more information about the American Patchwork filmwork, Alan Lomax, and his collections, visit [02.11.06]

  • 2 Brothers

    2:17

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    2 Brothers · R.L. Burnside

    A Ass Pocket of Whiskey

    ℗ 1996 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2000 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-01-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • House up on the Hill

    2:47

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    House up on the Hill · R.L. Burnside

    Mississippi Hill Country Blues

    ℗ 1984 & 1985 Swingmaster. Under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records LLC
    ℗ 2001 Big Legal Mess

    Released on: 2000-07-11

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Poor Boy

    3:39

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Poor Boy · R.L. Burnside

    A Ass Pocket of Whiskey

    ℗ 1996 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 2000 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-01-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Death Bell Blues

    3:56

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    Death Bell Blues · R.L. Burnside

    Too Bad Jim


    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-02-19

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • R.L. Burnside - Poor Black Mattie

    2:52

    R.L. Burnside, Mississippi bluesman from the Hill Country, performing Poor Black Mattie in 1984. Harmonica player Johnny Woods can also be seen.

  • Short-Haired Woman

    3:44

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    Short-Haired Woman · R.L. Burnside

    Too Bad Jim


    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records
    ℗ 1994 Fat Possum Records, LLC

    Released on: 2016-02-19

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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