Ramblin' Thomas biography

Ramblin' Thomas (1902–1945) Biography Willard Thomas was born in Logansport, Louisiana, one of nine children. Thomas reportedly died of tuberculosis in 1945 in Memphis, Tennessee. Document Records are amongst the record labels (e.g. Heritage Records) to have released retrospective compilations of Thomas' work, although the artist's sporadic recording stints meant that no albums were released in his lifetime. Discography Ramblin' Mind Blues: Chicago Blues, 1928 1928-1932 (compilation album) (Document - 1992) All known recorded songs are:- "Back Gnawing Blues," "Cryin' for You Blues," "Down in Texas Blues," "Good Night," "Good Times Blues," "Ground Hog Blues," "Hard Dallas Blues," "Hard to Rule Woman Blues," "I'm So Lonesome," "Jig Head Blues," "Little Old Mama Blues," "Lock and Key Blues," "My Heart's a Rolling Stone," "Needin' My Woman Blues", "New Way of Living Blues," "No Baby Blues," "No Good Woman Blues," "No Job Blues," "Poor Boy Blues," "Ramblin' Man," "Ramblin' Mind Blues," "Sawmill Moan," "Shake It Blues," "Shake It Gal," "So Lonesome," "Waking Blues," and "You'll Like My Loving".