PROHIBITION BLUES

Latest update on 27/03/2003

Artist: Clayton McMichen
Author: Clayton McMichen
Label: Columbia
Year: 1930

Issued on double album White Country Blues in Columbia's Roots N Blues series. Lead fiddler of the Skillet Lickers solo and without his fiddle. Warning that if whiskey and gin are prohibited, people drift towards dope, cocaine and morphine.

Covers:

1932:

Jimmie Rodgers [as Prohibition Has Done Me Wrong with McMichen on fiddle - lost master; the only Jimmie Rodgers song never released]

2002:

Jorma Kaukonen [his Tom Cat Blues (Cliff Carlisle) came from that same double album]

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