|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Plays And Sings Delta Blues Classics||12||Audio||1981||Swingmaster|
|2||Mississippi Delta Blues Man||12||Audio||2001||Swingmaster|
|3||The James 'Son' Thomas Album||10||Audio||1985||L+R Records|
Guitarist James "Son" Thomas (14 October 1926 in Eden, Mississippi — 26 June 1993 in Greenville, Mississippi) was an American blues musician, gravedigger and folk artist known for his sculptors featuring actual human teeth.
Thomas was raised by his grandparents, who also gave him his nickname "Son" as a term of endearment. In 1967 he was discovered by researcher William Ferris and documented his life in book "Blues From The Delta" and in five films. Soon with new found fame, "Son" Thomas played several blues festivals billed as "Delta's last living originals" and recorded a handful of albums.
James "Son" Thomas died at age 66 following a heart attack.