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The Best of Charlie McCoy 1929-1936 (1982)Edit

Papa Charlie McCoy - The Best of Charlie McCoy 1929-1936

The Best of Charlie McCoy 1929-1936

  1. It Ain't No Good - Part 1
  2. It Ain't No Good - Part 2
  3. Last Time Blues
  4. Your Valves Need Grinding
  5. It's Hot Like That
  6. Glad Hand Blues
  7. Jackson Stomp
  8. Alma Mater
  9. That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away
  10. Always in Love With You
  11. I've Been Blue Ever Since You Went Away
  12. You Gonna Need Me
  13. It Is So Good - Part 2
  14. Candy Man Blues
  15. Baltimore Blues
  16. Motherless and Fatherless Blues
  17. Too Long
  18. Let My Peaches Be

Charlie McCoy & Walter Vincson 1928-1936 (1984)Edit

Charlie McCoy & Walter Vincson 1928-1936

Charlie McCoy & Walter Vincson 1928-1936

Charlie McCoy And Bo Carter
  1. The Northern Starvers Are Returning Home
  2. Mississippi I'm Longing for You
Charlie McCoy
  1. Charity Blues
Papa Charlie's Boys
  1. Gypsy Woman Blues
  2. You Can't Play Me Cheap

Mississippi String Bands (1928-1936) (1989)Edit

Mississippi String Bands (1928-1936)

Mississippi String Bands (1928-1936)

  1. Blue Heaven Blues
  2. It Is So Good - Part 1

Other SongsEdit

  1. Ha-Ha Blues
  2. Staggering Blues
  3. Times Ain't What They Used To Be

Additional information

Artist information:

  • b.1909, d.1950
  • Occupation: Songwriter
  • Instruments: vocals, guitar, mandolin

Real name:

Papa Charlie McCoy is a performance name for Charles McCoy.

Also known as:

Charlie McCoyPapa CharlieTampa KidMississippi Mudder

Years active:

1930's-1940's

Papa Charlie McCoy was a member of:

Related artists:

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