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Casey Bill Weldon was one of the foremost lap steel guitar players of the Prewar blues years, as well as an excellent singer and tunesmith. In all probability, his real name was Nathan Hammond and he was born on Feb. 2, 1901, prob. In Chanute, Kansas, southwest of Kansas City. He played a National steel guitar flat on his lap Hawaiian style!
Casey Bill Weldon was one of the foremost lap steel guitar players of the Prewar blues years, as well as an excellent singer and tunesmith. In all probability, his real name was Nathan Hammond and he was born on Feb. 2, 1901, prob. In Chanute, Kansas, southwest of Kansas City. He played a National steel guitar flat on his lap Hawaiian style!
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We Gonna Move (to The Outskirts Of The Town)
Artist: Casey Bill Weldon
Format: CD
New: Available $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Doctor's Blues
2. What's the Matter with My Milk Cow
3. My Stove Won't Work
4. Somebody Changed the Lock on My Door
5. Howlin' Dog Blues
6. Somebody Changed the Lock on That Door
7. Wpa Blues
8. Flood Water Blues-No 2, 3, 10 Unissued
9. Let Me Be Your Butcher
10. Blues Everywhere I Go
11. Somebodys Got to Go
12. Casey Blues
13. I'se Just a Bad Luck Man
14. Streamline Woman
15. I Believe, I Will Make a Change
16. The Big Boat
17. Can't You Remember
18. We Gonna Move (To the Outskirts of the Town)
19. Oh Red
20. Give Me Another Shot
21. Sales Lady
22. Red Hot Blues
23. Christmas Time Blues
24. Say Midnight Blues Last

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Casey Bill Weldon was one of the foremost lap steel guitar players of the Prewar blues years, as well as an excellent singer and tunesmith. In all probability, his real name was Nathan Hammond and he was born on Feb. 2, 1901, prob. In Chanute, Kansas, southwest of Kansas City. He played a National steel guitar flat on his lap Hawaiian style!

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