David McCarn

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(1905 - 1964) American country - blues musician (guitar - harmonica). He developed what might be termed a 'hot-guitar' style, light and syncopated -- and which could well owe its origins to the raggy, Carolina Blues style of Blind Boy Fuller and Rev. Gary Davis. During the mid-1920s, McCarn was playing with a local string band when he began to write his own songs. In 1926 he wrote ''Cotton Mill Colic'', perhaps his most significant composition.
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Singles & EPs

V-40274 Cotton Mill Colic / Everyday Dirt — David McCarn David McCarn Cotton Mill Colic / Everyday Dirt(Shellac, 10") Victor V-40274 US 1930 Sell This Version
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23532 The Bashful Bachelor / Hobo Life — David McCarn David McCarn The Bashful Bachelor / Hobo Life Victor 23532 US 1931 Sell This Version
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23506 Take Them For A Ride / Poor Man, Rich Man (Cotton Mill Colic No. 2) — David McCarn David McCarn Take Them For A Ride / Poor Man, Rich Man (Cotton Mill Colic No. 2)(Shellac, 10") Victor 23506 US 1931 Sell This Version