the Music

If It Don't Fit, Don't Force It

Coming soon!  Projected release date in late June/early July 2015.

Tracks

  • 1. Walk The Dog clip
  • 2. Everybody Does It Now clip
  • 3. Why Don't You Do Right? clip
  • 4. If It Don't Fit Don't Force It clip
  • 5. All Of Me clip
  • 6. I'll Fly Away clip
  • 7. Jug Band Blues clip
  • 8. I Want To Be Bad clip
  • 9. Ukulele Lady clip
  • 10. Bill Bailey clip
  • 11. Summertime clip
  • 12. New Rubbin' On That Darned Old Thing clip
  • 13. If You Want Me To Love You clip
  • 14. Five Foot Two clip
  • 15. Wayward Gal Blues clip
  • 16. Let's Get Drunk Again clip

Let's Get Drunk Again

Bo Carter recorded some of the funniest double entendre blues and hokum numbers in the 1920s and ‘30s.  His real name was Armenter Chatmon, and he was a member of the musical Chatmon family from the Jackson, Mississippi region—notably, with his brothers Lonnie and Sam and their friend Walter Vincent, they formed the Mississippi Sheiks, one of the most highly regarded black string bands of the era.  We found this song via a Roy Bookbinder and Fats Kaplan record, Git-Fiddle Shuffle on Blue Goose 2018.