"Jack Lauderdale [of Swing Time Records] came up there [to the Bay Area] in 1948 and he wanted me to cut a record. I told him, "I don't know." He gave me his address and everything. And he said to come down, if I needed any money or anything. Well, "Three O'Clock In The Morning" ["Three O'Clock Blues," Down Town 2002] was selling so good. But the "Black Widow Spider Blues" really took off. I had more pieces. My wife wanted me to quit. We only had $300-400 in the bank." - Lowell Fulson (Interviewed by Mary Katherine Aldin and Mark Humphrey 1994) Continuing on from CLC #5044, this collection picks up the Fulson story in 1947 with a session for Bob Geddins' Cava-Tone label.