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JW Warren - Hoboing To Hollywood + 3 7" (Fat Possum)


From the George Mitchell collection, recorded in Ariton, Alabama 1981 & 1982, completely out of time! J.W. Warren, vocal & guitar.

Hoboling To Hollywood
Sundown Blues

Rabbit On A Log
You're Gonna Miss Me

George Mitchell Collection Volume 41

From Fat Possum:
J.W. Warren was born in 1921 in Enterprise, AL. In a family of eleven children, he was the only one to take up music, starting at the age of fifteen or sixteen. He entered the military as a young adult and served for 14 years. After serving in the military, he started farming and begain to play barbeques at house parties in southeast Alabama.

"I came up the hard way. I never had a break whatsoever. In other words, I never had a break in my life. I was born in the wrong part of the world and then again I didn't go any place else. My daddy gave me a good raising and I know how to treat people, how to be respectful to folks. I like that. But I had too much trouble in my life. I didn't do anything with the talent I had because I didn't have much education. When you got a back break like I had you doubt yourself, you know it's rough man!"

J.W. Warren died of a heart attack at his home in Ariton, AL, on the afternoon of August 5, 2003.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 09 July, 2012.

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