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Shake em on Down

My version of the traditional North Mississippi Hill Country blues song. Turn it up and shake what your Mama gave ya... FREE DOWNLOAD

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar, suitcase drums, and harmonica played by Too Sick Charlie. Yes, you read that right...

All Messed Up and Down

First heard this from The Discoveries, an English rockabilly group. I do not play rockabilly. Changed it up so it is now Bluesbilly (is there such a thing?)

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar, suitcase drums, and harmonica by Too Sick Charlie.

Alice Mae

Hill Country blues from the North Mississippi master R.L. Burnside. A love song (of sorts) to his wife.

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar, and suitcase drums by Too Sick Charlie.

Nobody's Fault But Mine

Gospel blues from Blind Willie Johnson first recorded in 1927. Decided to make a 'fire and brimstone' version to save you a trip to church...

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar, suitcase drums, and harmonica by Too Sick Charlie.

Miss Maybelle

Hypnotic boogie.....R.L. Burnside classic.

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar and suitcase drums by Too Sick Charlie.

Go Back to Your Used to Be

From the Queen of Hill Country blues, Jessie Mae Hemphill. Who doesn’t have a used to be?

Vocals, 3 string cigar box guitar, and suitcase drums by Too Sick Charlie.

Write Me A Few Lines

Mississippi Fred McDowell. "I do not play no rock and roll..."

Vocals, Lowebow Hill Harp, and Porchboard Bass by Too Sick Charlie

All songs arranged by Too Sick Charlie.

Produced at Blast House Studios, Madison, WI by Landon Arkens.