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Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup

Mean Ol' Frisco



LP Black $43
  • Originally released in 1962
  • Japanese OBI-strip
  • The jacket is reproduced based on the original edition


Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup was an American Delta blues songwriter and guitarist from Forest, Mississippi. He is best known, outside blues circles, for his song "That's All Right" which was later recorded by Elvis Presley when he debuted in 1954. "Mean Ol' Frisco" is his first solo album which was released in 1962 from Fire Records when he was 57 years old and there are no reissues on LP in recent years. As a pioneer of Japanese blues music, P-VINE proudly presents this important album historically and musically with the artwork of the original edition!

Preview Tracklist

  • 1 Mean Ole Frisco
  • 2 Look On Yonder Wall
  • 3 That's Alright
  • 4 Ethel Mae
  • 5 Too Much Competition
  • 6 Standing At My Window
  • 7 Rock Me Mama
  • 8 Greyhound Bus
  • 9 Coal Black Mare
  • 10 Katie Mae
  • 11 Dig Myself A Hole
  • 12 So Glad You're Mine