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Automobile Blues

Also sometimes known as Chauffeur's Blues

Composer: Lightnin' Hopkins

Recordings

no info Single, Lightnin' Hopkins, 194?
no info Lightnin', Lightnin' Hopkins, 1961
no info Single (Mojo Hand / Automobile Blues), Lightnin' Hopkins, 1962
no info Early Recordings, Vol. 1, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1975
no info Early Recordings, Vol. 2, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1975
no info Low Down Dirty Blues, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1975
info Live at the Old Quarter, Houston, Texas, Townes Van Zandt, 1977
no info Gold Star Sessions, Vol. 1, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1990
no info Gold Star Sessions, Vol. 2, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1991
no info I Had to Get Nasty, Harmonica Fats, 1991
no info The Complete Prestige/Bluesville Recordings, Lightnin' Hopkins, 1991
no info Mojo Hand: The Anthology,Lightnin' Hopkins, 1993
no info Roadsongs, Townes Van Zandt, 1994
no info Highway 99, J.J. Malone, 1997
no info Best Blues Masters, Vol. 2,Lightnin' Hopkins, 1998
no info Blues Masters: The Very Best of Lightnin' Hopkins, Lightnin' Hopkins, 2000
no info Texas Troubadour, Townes Van Zandt, 2002
no info Acoustic Blues, Townes Van Zandt, 2003
no info The Best of Lightnin' Hopkins, Lightnin' Hopkins, 2004
1949-1950, Lightnin' Hopkins, 2004
no info Prestige Profiles, Vol. 8, Lightnin' Hopkins, 2005

Notes

Most recordings are as Automobile Blues. A few are as Chauffeur's Blues.

This song is thought to be an inspiration for the Bob Dylan song Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat.