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Top Mississippi Fred Mcdowell Albums
click on the album covers to see the lyrics inside the album
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
[2016]
Live 1971
Live 1971
[2015]
An Introduction to Mississippi Fred McDowell
An Introduction to Mississippi Fred McDowell
[2014]
Blues Masters: Mississippi Fred McDowell
Blues Masters: Mississippi Fred McDowell
[2014]
Come and Found You Gone: The Bill Ferris Recordings
Come and Found You Gone: The Bill Ferris Recordings
[2013]
Live In New York, Vol. 2
Live In New York, Vol. 2
[2012]
61 Highway Blues
61 Highway Blues
[2011]
Very Rare Mississippi Fred (The Dave Cash Collection)
Very Rare Mississippi Fred (The Dave Cash Collection)
[2011]
Downhome Blues 1959
Downhome Blues 1959
[2010]
You Ain't Gonna Worry My Life Anymore
You Ain't Gonna Worry My Life Anymore
[2010]
Shake 'Em On Down
Shake 'Em On Down
[2009]
Downhome Blues, Vol. 1
Downhome Blues, Vol. 1
[2009]
Mighty Mississippi
Mighty Mississippi
[2009]
The Blues Hall of Fame
The Blues Hall of Fame
[2008]
That's the Train I Ride
That's the Train I Ride
[2006]
Heritage of the Blues
Heritage of the Blues
[2003]
The Train I Ride
The Train I Ride
[2003]
Good Morning Little School Girl
Good Morning Little School Girl
[1999]
Portraits: The First Recordings
Portraits: The First Recordings
[1997]
Mississippi Fred McDowell
Mississippi Fred McDowell
[1995]
You Gotta Move
You Gotta Move
[1989]
Related Information for Mississippi Fred Mcdowell Mississippi Fred McDowell was born Fred McDowell in Rossville, Tennessee, January 12, 1904. He died in Memphis,Tennessee on July 3, 1972. He was a blues singer and guitar player in the North Mississippi style.His parents, who were farmers, died when McDowell was a youth. He started playing guitar at the age of 14 and played at dances around Rossville. Wanting a change from ploughing fields, he moved to Memphis in 1926 where he worked in a number of jobs and played music for tips. He settled in.. read more