- See Going to Cincinnati: A History of the Blues in the Queen City (The Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial History) by Steven C Tracy If this link doesn t work tryMessage 1 of 2 , Jan 15, 2010View SourceSee
Going to Cincinnati: A History of the Blues in the Queen City (The Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial History) by Steven C Tracy
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It was from the same volume, sampled in Google Books, that I first found out about the legendary Jesse James of LONESOME DAY BLUES.
All the recordings of Stovepipe No. 1 are on a two-CD set I once picked up at a felicitously preposterous price, aka dirt cheap, from either amazon or ebay.
--- In RedHotJazz@yahoogroups.com, "Chris" <cjtobias1@...> wrote:
> I've searched and searched and could not find one picture or any information on the members of King David's Jug Band. Am I searching in vain or is there something out there? Cheers!