Well, you’re in for another good time with rarities! First the 40s withthe late great Ernest Tubb (Billy Byrd on electric guitar) for the classic « I Ain’t Going Honky Tonking Anymore » – love the cool vocal! Next an unnown Charlie Faircloth (or nearly forgotten these days) for the lively « Coffee, Cigarettes & Tears » – nice lazy vocal too. Then we go Hillbilly Bop/Rockabilly with the fast version of Bill Monroe’s « Rocky Road Blues » by Boston’s Eddie Zack (arian) complete with fiddle solo and steel (1955 Columbia). Now a real berserk wildie: Jim (my) Myers and « Drunkman’s Wiggle » on Fortune. REAL STRONG STEEL. Another wildie in Rocking Blues this time, way down south: Leroy Washington, 1958, Guitar Gable soloist on the great « Wild Cherry » (Excello). We come to an end with a piano master, Memphis Slim alone for a bluesy « The Lord Have Mercy ». Hope you N-joy! Welcome comments…