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301. Ω Papa Bue's Viking Jazzband — Stack O'Lee Blues — 1971


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302. Pat Boone — Stagger Lee — 1960
Great! Great! Great!

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303. Ω Patrick Whelan — Stagolee — 2002


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304. Ω Paul Asbell — Stack-A-Lee — 2002


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305. Paul Clayton — Stackolee — 1956
Bloody Ballads

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306. Perry Lederman — Stagolee — 1995
The World is Not My Home

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307. Ω Pete Farrow — Stagolee — 2000


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308. Pete Lancaster & The Upsetters — Stagger Lee — 1966
Smash! Boom! Bang!: Beat in Germany

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309. Ω Pete Seeger — Stagolee — 1958


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310. Ω Peter Lang — Stackolee — 1975
Lycurgus
Original Release Date: April 26, 2003
Label: Horus

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311. Ω Phil Lesh & friends — Stagger Lee — 1999
Live at Denver, CO on October 23, 1999

Phil Lesh & friends
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312. Ω Po' Cholley — Stagolee — 2008


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313. Procol Harum — Long Gone Geek — 1969
B side to single "A Salty Dog"
The cat with a Stetson hat: the American legend of Stackerlee [as in the song 'Stagger Lee' by Lloyd Price] concerns a black man who sold his soul to the Devil in return for a Stetson hat which gave him powers of metamorphosing into animals such as cats. Hubris lead to his downfall after he shot the stealer of the Stetson hat.

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314. Professor Charlie Lee — Stack-a-Lee — 1897

While there is not a recording, this is the earliest reference to the song.

It is understood that Prof. Charlie Lee, the piano thumper, will play 'Stack-a-Lee' in variations at the K. C. Negro Press association. Scarcely any convention held in K. C. is complete unless Prof. Lee is down on the program. The professor is an idol on such a high pedestal in Kansas City that men, women and children fall on their knees in worship of him.
-- Leavenworth Herald, August 21, 1897, [p. 2].



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315. Ω Professor Longhair — Stag-O-Lee — 1974


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