Struggle Buggy, by Buddy Moss (1941). Featuring the great Brownie McGhee on second guitar, with Oh Red (George Washington) and Robert Young on washboards.
Joker Man Blues, by The Georgia Browns (1933). This song, for whatever reason, was credited to a “Jim Miller” by Vocalion Records when it was issued, but it’s really The Georgia Browns, with Buddy Moss on harmonica, along with Fred McMullen and Curley Weaver handling the guitars. There is some dispute among blues authorities about who is doing the lead vocals. Jas Obrecht says it’s Fred McMullen (I think he’s right), while Stefan Wirz lists it in his illustrated discography as the then-teenaged Buddy Moss.
Undertaker Blues, by Buddy Moss (1935). This track features Josh White on second guitar. Moss and White recorded this and 14 other songs on August 21, 1935, shortly before Moss began his prison term in Georgia.
Evil Hearted Woman, by Buddy Moss (1934). The photograph is of a young Buddy Moss playing for inmates at a Georgia county prison in 1941.