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K.C. Douglas

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For K.C. Douglas

K. C. Douglas (November 21, 1913 — October 18, 1975) was an American blues singer and guitarist. Born in Sharon, Mississippi, Douglas was a rural blues stylist in the San Francisco/Oakland area of California. Douglas was influenced by Tommy Johnson, whose "Canned Heat Blues" he adapted on his album, Big Road Blues. Douglas produced a blues classic when he recorded "Mercury Boogie" in 1949. The tune, which paid homage to the American automobile, was later renamed "Mercury Blues" and covered by Steve Miller, David Lindley, and Dwight Yoakam.

Artist Tags For K.C. Douglas

1) Blues 2) Country Blues 3) Acoustic Blues 4) Rock 5) Soul

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For K.C. Douglas

1) Mercury Blues 2) Mercury Boogie 3) Casey Jones 4) Big Road Blues 5) Make Your Coffee 6) Canned Heat 7) Lonely Boy Blues 8) K.C. Boogie 9) Catfish Blues 10) Broken Heart 11) Key To The Highway 12) Bottle Up And Go 13) Tell Me 14) Hen House Blues 15) Wake Up, Workin' Woman 16) Howling Blues 17) You Got A Good Thing Now 18) Tore Your Playhouse Down 19) Lonely Blues 20) Rootin' Ground Hog 21) Born In The Country 22) Meanest Woman 23) Move To Kansas City 24) Night Shirt Blues 25) Love Me All Night Long 26) No More Cryin' 27) Buck Dance 28) Watch Dog Blues 29) Whiskey Headed Woman 30) Hear Me Howling 31) Kansas City 32) High Water Rising 33) K.C.'s Blues 34) K.C.'s Doctor's Blues 35) Had I Money 36) Woke Up This Morning 37) Black Cat Bone 38) My Mind's Going Back to 1929 39) I Got the Key (Key to the Highway) 40) FANNY LOU 41) SOMEBODY DONE STOLE MY GAL 42) I Have My Woman 43) Catfish 44) Blues 45) Your Crying Won't Make Me Stay 46) Country Girl 47) I Met the Blues This Morning 48) Married Woman Blues 49) I'm Gonna Build Me a Web 50) I Don't Want No Woman to Love Me

Frogtoon Music - 50 Top Albums For K.C. Douglas

1) Big Road Blues 2) K.C.'s Blues 3) Mercury Blues 4) Classic Blues From Smithsonian Folkways 5) Underground Blues Essentials 6) K.C. Douglas: A Dead Beat Guitar and the Mississippi Blues 7) Classic African-American Ballads from Smithsonian Folkways 8) A Dead Beat Guitar and the Mississippi Blues 9) Classic African-American Ballads 10) Juke Joint Blues 2 11) (null) 12) 15 Country Blues Classics 13) African-American Ballads 14) Country & Western Original Masters - CD 7 15) I Have To Paint My Face 16) Jook Joint Blues: Good Time Rhythm & Blues, CD B 17) Classic African American Ballads From Smithsonian Folkways 18) Roots of Rock N' Roll Vol.4, 1 19) This Ain't No Mouse Music!: A Soundtrack 20) Jook Joint Blues: Good Time Rhythm & Blues, CD D 21) The Most Underrated Blues Players Ever! 22) Classic African American Ballads 23) The Bob Geddins Blues Legacy CD B 24) Classic Blues 25) Country Volume 7 26) Disc B (That Guy's Crazy) 27) Arhoolie 40th Anniversary Collection 1960 - 2000 - CD A 28) Smithsonian Folkways: Classic African-American Ballads 29) Arhoolie 40th Anniversary 30) Jook Joint Blues: That's What They Want 31) The History of Country & Western Music 32) Classic Blues From Bluesville CD1 33) 100 Rare Blues Masters 34) Flac 35) Roots of Rock N' Roll Vol.4, 1948 CD1 36) San Francisco - Post-War California Down Home Blues 37) California & The West Coast - 1948-1954 - Disc 1 38) All Night Long They Play The Blues 39) History Of Country & Western Music Vol. 14 40) Classic African American Ballads Form Smithsonian Folkways 41) Classic Blues from Smithsonian 42) The Bob Geddins Blues Legacy 43) Bluesville Original Blues Classics Sampler 44) Classic Blues From Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 45) Rock & Roll, Vol. 4: 1948 (1 of 2) 46) I Have To Paint My Face: Mississippi Blues 1960 47) Disc D (You're Going To Have Fun) 48) Hear Me Howling! (Disc 1) 49) History Of C&W Music CD14 50) Bob Geddins' Rhythm Records Story
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