Son House is one of the most legendary Southern blues men in history. Just before the Great Depression he recorded some sessions for Paramount that sold very little and when the Depression hit, his recording career was halted. It wasn't until the Library of Congress and Fisk University recorded him at Klack's Store, Lake Cormorant, Mississippi, in August 1941 and again in July of 1942 at Robinsonville, Mississippi. Those recordings have come to define his career and are a hallmark of the blues genre. Wax Love present a glorious retrospective compilation of those recordings, with some of his most well-known tunes like "Shetland Pony Blues", "Low Down Dirty Dog Blues", and "Walking Blues". Classic.

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