Blues Fake Book, The

Call Number
MP1630.28 .B5 1999
Milwaukee : Hal Leonard, 199-
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Song Title Composer
Ramblin' on my mind Robert Johnson
Reconsider baby Lowell Fulson
Riverside blues Thomas A. Dorsey, Richard M. Jones
Road runner Ellas, McDaniel
Roberta Huddie Ledbetter
Rock me baby Joe Josea, B. B. King
Rocking chair blues Bessie Smith, Irving Johns
Roll 'em Pete Pete Johnson, Joe Turner
Rollin' and tumblin' McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters)
Rollin' stone (catfish blues) McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters)
Royal garden blues Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams
Rusty dusty blues J. Mayo Williams
Saint James infirmary Joe Primrose
Same thing, the Willies Dixon
San Frandico Bay blues Jesse Fuller
See see rider Ma Rainey
Seventh son, the Willie Dixon
Shady lady blues Sonny Boy Williamson
Shake that thing Papa Charlie Jackson
Shipwrecked blues Spencer Williams
Silver city bound Huddie Ledbetter
Six cold feet of ground Leroy Carr
Smokestack lightning Chester Burnett
Some of these days Shelton Brooks
Something inside of me Elmore James
Sorrowful blues Bessie Smith
Spoonful Willie Dixon
St. Louis blues W. C. Handy
Standing around crying McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters)
Statesboro blues Willy McTell
Steamroller James Taylor
Stella Mae John Lee Hooker
Still a fool McKinley Morganfield (Muddy Waters)
Still got the blues Gary Moore
Stormy weather (Keeps rainin' all the time) Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen
Sugar blues Lucy Fletcher, Clarence Williams
Sun's gonna shine in my door Big Bill Broonzy
Sweet home Chicago Robert Johnson
T-Bone shuffle T-Bone Walker
Tail dragger Willie Dixon
Tain't nobody's biz-ness if I do Porter Grainger, Everett Robbins
Take it easy baby Sonny Boy Williams
Terraplane blues Robert Johnson
Texas flood Larry C. Davis, Joseph W. Scott
That's all right Arthur Crudup
That's alright John Lee Hooker
That's no way to get along Rev. Robert Wilkins
They're red hot Robert Johnson
Things ain't what they used to be Mercer Ellington
This pain in my heart Willie Dixon