Dave Miles (10 Tracks)


Dave Miles (10 Tracks)


Blues harmonica player, singer, and guitarist Dave Miles, recorded by Patrick Cather in the 1960s. Miles was an original member of the Birmingham Jug Band, which recorded eight tunes for the Okeh record label in 1930 (a ninth recording, "Airplane Blues," was unreleased). Miles recorded these tunes with Patrick Cather in the early 1960s, for an album that was never released; these recordings have never been made available to the public until now.

Courtesy Patrick Cather.

Hear all ten Dave Miles tracks on this playlist, or go straight to an individual track below.

Track 1: That's All Right (3:51)

Track 2: How Long Blues (2:26)

Track 4: Early in the Morning (3:32)

Track 5: I'm a Man (3:23)

Track 6: Baby, How Can You Do It (2:35)

Track 7: Bad, Bad Whiskey (1:35)

Track 8: Nine Below Zero (2:08)

Track 9: Sorry I Knowed Your Name (2:12)

Track 10: John Henry (2:40)


“Dave Miles (10 Tracks),” Southern Music Research Center, accessed June 25, 2024, http://www.southernmusicresearch.org/items/show/695.