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Beat It On Down The Line - Jesse Fuller - The Lone Cat (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Artist: Jesse Fuller Album's title: The Lone Cat Label: Good Time Jazz ‎– S Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: US Date of released: Category: Blues Style: Country Blues ZIP Size MP3: mb ZIP Size FLAC: mb Rating: /5 Votes: .
  2. These include Pigpen's greasy harp-fuelled take on Sonny Boy Williamson's "Good Morning Little School Girl" and the minstrel one-man-band folk of Jessie "the Lone Cat" Fuller's "Beat It On Down the Line." The apocalyptic Cold War folk anthem "Morning Dew" (aka "[Walk Me Out in The] Morning Dew") is likewise given a full-bodied electric workout.
  3. The Vinyl Masters: The Lone Cat, an album by Jesse Fuller on Spotify The Monkey And The Engineer - Jesse Fuller "The Lone Cat" 4. Beat It On Down The Line - Jesse Fuller "The Lone Cat" Buck And Wing - Jesse Fuller "The Lone Cat" More by Jesse Fuller.
  4. Our first subject is Jesse "The Lone Cat" Fuller, folk/blues artist, inventor of the "fotdella" (more about that later) and the author of two songs occasionally played by the Dead; "Beat It On Down The Line" and "The Monkey and the Engineer". Our story begins where such tales often begin, in the rural south at the turn of the century.
  5. Down Home Waltz: Beat It On Down The Line: Buck And Wing: Notes Recorded at The Good Time Jazz Studio in Los Angeles, September 12th Jesse Fuller: The Lone Cat ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Good Time Jazz: LAG 4/5(1).
  6. On the Grateful Dead's first LP, Bob covered "Beat It On Down The Line." And on 's live acoustic release Reckoning Bobby sings "Monkey and the Engineer." It's pretty easy to deduce that Bob got the tunes from owning this album back in the early days in SF, CA.
  7. Move On Down The Line. by Jesse Fuller out of 5 stars 3. Audio CD $ $ 14 jesse fuller's favorites LP. by JESSE FULLER. Vinyl More Buying Choices $ (3 used & new offers) Folk Songs, Spirituals & Ballads / The Lone Cat / Sings Ballads-Blues / Empty Bed Blues. by Jesse Fuller .
  8. Lyrics: Jesse Fuller Music: Jesse Fuller Sung by Bob Weir with the Grateful Dead from the s through to the s. Well this job I got, is just a little too hard Running out of money, Lord, I need more pay I'm gonna wake up in the morning, Lord I'm gonna pack up my bags I'm gonna beat it on down the line Goin' down the line (goin' down the line).

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