NOTE: This is a supplementary database to the online book HOODOO IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
the 52-week correspondence course called HOODOO ROOTWORK CORRESPONDENCE COURSE
and the printed book called HOODOO HERB AND ROOT MAGIC
but it may also be useful to musicians and music scholars in its own right.

This is an alphabetical list of the transcriptions by SONG TITLE.

There is also an aphabetical list by SINGER'S NAME

A Anna Lou Blues by Tampa Red Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues by The Memphis Jug Band
B Bad Luck Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson Bad Luck Woman Blues by Papa Chalie Jackson Bedtime Blues by Frank Stokes Big Fat Mama by Charlie Spand Black Cat Bone by Robert Pete Williams Black Cat Hoot Owl Blues by Ma Rainey Black Dust Blues by Ma Rainey Black Gipsy Blues by Curtis Jones Black Gipsy Blues by Walter "Furry" Lewis Black Magic Blues by Curtis Jones The Blues What Am by Jazz Gillum Broke and Hungry Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson
C Cut Out Blues by Peetie Wheatstraw Casting My Spell by Johnny Otis Conjured by Wynonie Harris Cotton-Eyed Joe [uncredited] Country Woman Blues by Will Batts
D Doggone My Good Luck Soul by Hattie Hudson Don't Put That Thing On Me by Clifford Gibson Dry Southern Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas by Tampa Red and Georgia Tom
E Evil Woman Spell by Charlie Spand
F Fogyism by Ida Cox
G Gettin' Dirty Just Shakin' That Thing by Romeo Nelson Goofer Dust by Big Lucky (Levester Carter) Gwine Have Bad Luck Seven Years by Elizabeth Smith Gypsy Glass Blues by Ida Cox
H Hand Reader by Jazz Gillum Hand Reader by Washboard Sam Hellhound On My Trail by Robert Johnson Hoodoo Blues by Bessie Brown Hoo Doo Blues by Harry Chatmon Hoo Doo Blues by Lightnin' Slim (Otis Hicks) Hoodoo Man Blues by Victoria Spivey Hoodoo Blues by The Chicago String Band Hoodoo Hoodoo by John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson Hoodooin' Woman by the Harlem Hamfats Hoodoo Lady Blues by Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup Hoodoo Lady by Memphis Minnie (Douglas) Hoodoo Man Blues by Junior Wells (three versions) Hoodoo Man (Memphis Al) by Albert Williams Hoodoo Snake Doctor Blues by Johnnie Shines Hoodoo Woman Blues by Charlie Spand Hoodoo Women by Johnnie Temple Hootin' Owl Blues by Dolly Ross
I I Ain't Superstitious by Willie Dixon I Almost Lost My Mind by Ivory Joe Hunter I Bleed Through My Soul by Andrew "Smokey" Hogg I Couldn't Stay Here by Charley Jordan I Don't Know by Cripple Clarence Lofton I Don't Know by Willie Mabon I'm a Mojo Man by Lonesome Sundown (Cornelius Green) The Ins and Outs of My Girl by Bo Carter (Armentier Chatmon) I've Been Hoodooed by Jim Towel I Whipped My Woman With a Singletree by the Memphis Jug Band
J Jim Tampa Blues by Lucille Bogan Jinks Man Blues by Buddy Moss Jinks Lee Blues by Johnnie Temple Jinx Blues by Casey Bill (Casey Will Weldon) Jinx Blues by Son House Jinx Blues by Big Joe Williams Jinx Is On Me by Gabriel Brown Jomo Man Blues by Waymon "Sloppy" Henry

L Lady Luck Blues by Bessie Smith Last Week Blues by Peetie Wheatstraw Little Queen of Spades by Robert Johnson Lonesome Man Blues by George Torey Louisiana Blues by Muddy Waters Louisiana Hoodoo Blues by Ma Rainey Lowdown Mojo Blues by Blind Lemon Jeffersonv
M Mojoe Blues by Charlie Lincoln (Charlie Hicks) Mojo Hand Blues by Ida Cox Mojo Hand by Lightnin' Hopkins (Sam Hopkins) The Mojo (Mojo Boogie, Voodoo Boogie) by J. B. Lenoir

O Old Black Cat Blues (Jinx Blues) by (James) Kokomo Arnold
P Policy Blues by (Arthur) Blind Blake Policy Wheel Blues by (James) Kokomo Arnold Panther Squall Blues by Blind (Arthur) Blake

R Rambler Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson Revenue Man Blues by Charlie Patton Root Doctor Blues by Doctor (Peter) Clayton
S Seven Sisters Blues by J. T. "Funny Papa" Smith Spider in your Dumpling by the Arnold Wiley Spider's Nest Blues by the Memphis Jug Band (with Hattie Hart) Sold It to the Devil by The Yas Yas Girl (Merline Johnson) Sold It to the Devil by Black Spider Dumpling (John D. Twitty) Somebody Done Hoodoo'd the Hoodoo Man by Louis Jordan Stones In My Passway by Robert Johnson Strut That Thing by Cripple Clarence Lofton Superstitious Blues by Hattie Burleson Suspicious Blues by Washboard Sam







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