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Monday, April 9, 2012

How Long - Woodrow Adams

Woodrow Wilson Adams (b. April 9, 1917 in Tchula, Mississippi d. August 9, 1988) in Robinsonville, MississippiIn 1955 Woodrow Adams & The Boogie Blues Blasters which include Joe Hill Louis on guitar, and Joe Martin on drums record "Wine Head Woman" and "Baby You Just Don't Know" on Meteor #5018. "You Will Have To Pray" / "As Lonely As I Can Be" by Haward Swords is released on #5019. A session with well known blues performer Andrew "Smokey" Hogg done in Los Angeles is released by Meteor on #5021 (also on Crown #122) on the songs "I Declare" and "Dark Clouds". The last record issued by the label in 1955 is an attempt to duplicate their one big hit (#5016) and so Sax Man Brown & The Broomdusters record "Sax Symphonic Boogie". The flip side is "Flaming Blues".
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