1-CD with 24-page booklet, 30 tracks. Playing time approx. 78 mns.
When Jimmy Swan died in 1995, an era died with him. Jimmy Swan played hard bitten unapologetic hillbilly music, and he later turned to hard bitten unapologetic segregationist politics. He started recording in 1952 for Trumpet Records and then switched to MGM, Decca, JB and Big Howdy. Everything's here, and hillbilly music comes no purer or finer. 30 tracks include I Had A Dream, Juke Joint Mama, Triflin' On Me,
The Last Letter, Country Cattin', and Lonesome Daddy Blues. This is as hardcore as it gets!