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In the 1940s and 50s, Detroit boasted a vibrant Blues and Jazz scene, which was largely catered for by a handful of independent record labels. This compilation features two of Detroit's perhaps lesser-known lights, who nonetheless recorded excellent bodies of work. Singer/guitarist ROBERT HENRY "BABY BOY" WARREN arrived in Detroit in 1944 from Louisiana, via Memphis, and became a popular club performer without ever giving up his day job.
In the 1940s and 50s, Detroit boasted a vibrant Blues and Jazz scene, which was largely catered for by a handful of independent record labels. This compilation features two of Detroit's perhaps lesser-known lights, who nonetheless recorded excellent bodies of work. Singer/guitarist ROBERT HENRY "BABY BOY" WARREN arrived in Detroit in 1944 from Louisiana, via Memphis, and became a popular club performer without ever giving up his day job.
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Blues From Detroit 1949-1954 + Bonus Blues Session
Artist: Baby Warren Boy
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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1. My Special Friend Blues
2. Nervy Woman Blues
3. Lonesome Cabin Blues
4. Don't Want No Skinny Woman
5. Forgive Me Darling
6. Please Don't Think I'm Nosey
7. I Got Lucky
8. Let's Renew Our Love
9. Taxi Driver
10. Bad Lover Blues
11. Sanafee (Not Welcome Any More)
12. Hello Stranger
13. Chicken (Chuc-A-Luck)
14. Baby Boy Blues
15. Mattie Mae
16. Santa Fe
17. Somebody Put Bad Luck on Me
18. Stop Breakin' Down
19. Come Back Sugar Mama
20. Little Machine
21. When the Sun Is Shining
22. Hold Me in Your Arms
23. Little School Girl
24. Remember Way Back
25. 38 Pistol Blues
26. Mary Ann Blues
27. Going Down to the River Blues
28. Hastings Street Boogie

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In the 1940s and 50s, Detroit boasted a vibrant Blues and Jazz scene, which was largely catered for by a handful of independent record labels. This compilation features two of Detroit's perhaps lesser-known lights, who nonetheless recorded excellent bodies of work. Singer/guitarist ROBERT HENRY "BABY BOY" WARREN arrived in Detroit in 1944 from Louisiana, via Memphis, and became a popular club performer without ever giving up his day job.
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