Milkcow's Calf Blues (track) by Robert Johnson
From the album King Of The Delta Blues Singers (track #14)
Milkcow's Calf Blues appears on the following album(s) by Robert Johnson:
- King Of The Delta Blues Singers (track #14) (this album) (compilation) (1961)
- The Complete Recordings (track #40) (compilation) (1990)
- The Complete Recordings (track #41) (compilation) (1990)
- Cross Road Blues (track #29) (compilation) (2004)
- The Centennial Collection (track #35) (compilation) (2011)
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