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Fourteen Black Pattis, the most ever found in a single place, now sat in a neat stack in front of Joe Bussard. "Some man gave 'em to my sister back in 1927," the old man was explaining. "We played 'em once, but we don't care much for blues and such, so we packed 'em away and they've been there ever since - Joe Bussard, story by Eddie Dean, washingtoncitypaper.com

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Offline Randy Meadows

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New Info - Wash Hamp
« on: December 16, 2012, 06:12:16 PM »
I now know about Wash Hamp, as described by Willie Moore. in the Gayle Dean Wardlow Interviews.
Wash Hamp was an early Musician that played with Robert Sacks (Johnson)

His correct name is "Washington Amp",
NOT Hamp...I have a document showing him as a "MUSICIAN" in Greenville, Ms in 1916.
« Last Edit: December 22, 2012, 09:47:43 PM by Slack »
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