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Audio CD, March 23, 2011
"Ragtime" is a set of blues, boogie, and old rock tunes, including three new original compositions.
Take Me Back (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:09
Poor Boy (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:50
That's All Right My Mama (trad. arr. Rathje) 2:51
Keep On Truckin' Mama (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:22
That Thing Called Love (Rathje) 2:43
Cooking the Cure (Rathje) 2:10
Ladies Man (trad. arr. Rathje) 2:26
Peaches in the Springtime (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:04
Kissing in the Dark (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:15
Getting Older Every Day (trad. arr. Rathje) 4:10
Give It Up and Go On (Rathje) 3:20
Soap and Water Blues (trad. arr. Rathje) 3:07
Total running time, 37:30
"Take Me Back" is adapted from the work of Frank Stokes, a blues artist and member of the Beale Street Sheiks.
"Poor Boy" is a traditional blues song of unknown origin. It is often cited as one of the oldest songs in the blues genre.
"That's All Right My Mama" was written and recorded by Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup in 1946.
"Keep on Truckin' Mama" was recorded in 1937 by Blind Boy Fuller as "Truckin' My Blues Away."
"Cooking the Cure," "Give It Up and Go On," and "That Thing Called Love" are my original works.
"Soap and Water Blues" and "Ladies Man" were written by Washboard Sam, half-brother to Bill Broonzy, an artist who recorded in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
"Peaches in the Springtime" was recorded by the Memphis Jug Band in 1928.
"Kissing in the Dark" was recorded by Memphis Minnie, a member of the Memphis Jug Band and a popular performer in the South in the 1920s and 1930s.
"Getting Older Every Day" was recorded by Big Bill Broonzy in 1940.
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