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Mississippi Joe Callicott

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Name  Mississippi Callicott
Role  Singer
Record label  Fat Possum Records

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Died  1969, Nesbit, Mississippi, United States
Albums  Ain't a Gonna Lie to You, Deal Gone Down, North Mississippi Blues, The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions
Similar People  Furry Lewis, Blind Joe Reynolds, Willie Brown, Son House

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"Mississippi" Joe Callicott (October 10, 1899 – May 1969) was an American Delta blues singer and guitarist.

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Callicott was born in Nesbit, Mississippi, United States. In 1929 he played second guitar in Garfield Akers' duet recording, "Cottonfield Blues". His "Love Me Baby Blues" has been covered by various artists, e.g. (under the title of "France Chance") by Ry Cooder. Arhoolie Records recorded Callicott commercially in the mid-1960s. Some of his 1967 recordings (recorded by the music historian, George Mitchell) were re-released in 2003, on the Fat Possum record label. His best known recordings are "Great Long Ways From Home" and "Hoist Your Window and Let Your Curtain Down". Callicott also recorded, as noted by one music journalist, "his lilting "Fare Thee Well Blues.""

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He served as a mentor to the guitarist Kenny Brown when Brown was ten years old.

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Joe Callicott is buried in the Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Nesbit. On April 29, 1995, a memorial headstone was placed on his grave arranged by the Mt. Zion Memorial Fund with the help of Kenny Brown and financed by Chris Strachwitz, Arhoolie Records and John Fogerty. Callicott's original marker was a simple "mud brick" which read simply "J C". This was subsequently donated by his family to the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Mississippi. At the ceremony Arhoolie Records presented Callicott's wife Doll with a check for his past royalties. Changes by Macon Callicott

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Studio albums

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  • Presenting the Country Blues (Blue Horizon, 1969)
  • Deal Gone Down (Revival, 1970)
  • Compilation albums

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  • Ain't A Gonna Lie to You (Fat Possum, 2003)
  • North Mississippi Blues (Southland, 2004)
  • References

    Mississippi Joe Callicott Wikipedia


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