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Chicago blues from 1953, one of only three records made by Foster. Featuring raucous piano accompaniment by Lazy Bill Lucas. Light scuffing on "Falling Rain," heavy scuffing on "Four Day" which doesn't affect play. It looks like the first third of "Faling Rain" and the first 20 seconds or so of "Four Day" were played with a bad stylus, but I don't hear any difference when the discoloration ends. Both sides play very well with a bit of crackle due to the light wear, and "Four Day" really is better than V++ except for the scuffing, but not quite E-.