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Robert Petway first recorded "Catfish Blues", covered by Muddy, Hendrix, Gov't Mule, et al, and then disappeared. No later recordings were ever found.

Crash Records Out Of Bad Luck Crewneck Sweater 

SKU:CREWCRASHLUCK
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$45.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 20" 26"
M 22" 27"
L 24" 28"
XL 26" 29"
2XL 28" 30"
3XL 30" 31"
4XL 32" 32"
5XL 34" 33"
Description
This extra comfortable sweatshirt is 8.5oz 80/20 cotton/polyester blend, with 100% cotton face (20 singles face yarn). It features a 1x1 ribbing at collar, cuffs and waistband, a tear-away label, and split stitch double needle sewing on all seams. The fit is very standard.

Crash Records was one of several record labels on Chicago's famed "Record Row" -- a few blocks on Michigan Avenue that housed prestigious labels such as Chance Records, Vee-Jay, Chess Records and more. 

While Crash's tenure was only two years long, the Chicago-based label released several noteworthy hits from Magic Sam, Jimmy Dobbins, The Steelers and others. 

This single by Magic Sam was released in 1966. The graphic is a scan of the original pressing.