Hayes McMullen is an underrated blues figure, possibly due to his abandoning of music in the 1930’s in order to devote himself to the Church. But blues archivist Gayle Dean Wardlow discovered him in 1967, at which time the performances gathered here on Everyday Seems Like Murder Here were recorded. Apart from one track, none of this material has been released before. Thanks Light In The Attic!
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