Gus Cannon was the very best known of all jugband music artists and a seminal shape for the Memphis blues picture. His recollections also have supplied us with a lot of our understanding of the earliest times of the blues in the Mississippi Delta. Cannon led his Jug Stompers on banjo and jug within a historic group of schedules for the Victor label in 1928-1930. The ensemble generally included another banjoist or guitarist, among whom frequently doubled on kazoo, as well as the renowned Noah Lewis on harmonica. The jug-band design liked a revival through the folk increase from the ’50s and ’60s, leading to an ultra-rare Gus Cannon record on Stax, of most brands, after his “Walk Best In” became the country’s best-selling record for the Rooftop Performers in 1963. Cannon’s Victor result was also a preferred way to obtain early blues materials for the Pleased Dead.