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Wednesday, 2 April 2014


I hadn't planned to use anything by Lee Bell, but I had his two IMPERIAL releases out and hadn't filed them back, so I thought I'd post them both here before they slip back onto the shelf. Lee Bell is probably best known for his RCA disc "Beatin' Out The Boogie On The Mississippi Mud", his IMPERIAL releases,  are from an earlier age and therefore a different style. If you'd like to read more about Lee Bell then check out Paul Vidal's web site http://web.lerelaisinternet.com/www.bigvjamboree.com/LeeBellStory.htm

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