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Born in Algiers, LA, in 1897, Lizzie Douglas forged a reputation as Memphis Minnie during the late '20s and throughout the '30s by singing topical blues tunes in a powerful voice while strumming the guitar, sometimes with piano, mandolin, and additional guitar accompaniment. Although her career extended well into the 1940s and she was still active in the '50s, Minnie is mainly remembered for her sanguine contribution to the developing Midwestern urban blues scene of the 1930s. In 2008 the U.K.'s Snapper label came out with a 22-track Memphis Minnie collection and chose to call it Hoodoo Lady, instantly generating confusion between their product and the identically titled benchmark Columbia Roots amp; Blues collection of 1991. Of that disc's 18 titles, only three are included in the Snapper edition, and for this reason the two complement each other beautifully. It's worth having the Columbia disc just to be able to savor her rendition of "If You See My Rooster," during which she anticipates the howling of Howlin' Wolf (who revived this tune many years later) by crowing gently like a chanticleer. Snapper's Hoodoo Lady is equally fine, and includes a rowdy singalong number called "Shout the Boogie." Owning one or both of these excellent samplers will enable the listener to decide whether or not to pursue Memphis Minnie's complete early recordings as released in chronological order by the Document and Wolf labels, or to shop around and piece together a unified history of her entire recording career. ~ arwulf arwulf, Rovi

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True to her billing ("plays guitar like a man"), Minnie held her own in a genre dominated by male artists. She had a gutsy voice and a no-nonsense guitar style. These 20 prime cuts were done in Chicago for the Vocalion and ARC labels. Recorded in the late '30s, many contain small band accompaniment that included Charlie McCoy's dynamic mandolin as well as legendary pianists Blind John Davis and Black Bob. Two cuts, "Please Don't Stop Him" and "I'm Going Don't You Know," feature Arnett Nelson's smooth clarinet work. Although Minnie would continue to record for several more decades, she would never be better than she was during these sessions. --Lars Gandil

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