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Wen he gets (up) in de mornin' he feels bad, and wen (he) goes to bed at night he feels wusser. He tinks dat his body is made ob ice cream, all 'cept his heart, and dat - dat's a piece ob lead in de middle. All sorts ob sights are hubbering around, and red monkeys is buzzing about his ears... (D)em's what I calls de bloos - Sam Jonsing, in an 1839 New Orleans newspaper

Author Topic: Classic, Essential and the Greatest Country Blues  (Read 26331 times)

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Offline dunplaying

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Re: Classic, Essential and the Greatest Country Blues
« Reply #75 on: July 23, 2014, 10:33:17 AM »
King Solomon Hill - Whoopee Blues
Carl Martin - Joe Louis Blues
Robert Wilkins - Rolling Stone
Kid Bailey - Rowdy Blues
Rev E W Clayborn - Your Enemy Cannot Harm You
Barbecue Bob - Atlanta Moan
Son House - Death Letter Blues
Blind Willie McTell - Southern Can
Bukka White - Special Streamline
Blind Boy Fuller - Keep On Truckin' Mama

« Last Edit: July 24, 2014, 06:52:09 AM by dunplaying »

Offline Forgetful Jones

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Re: Classic, Essential and the Greatest Country Blues
« Reply #76 on: May 17, 2018, 08:21:07 AM »
Stumbled on this old thread. After 6 pages of replies there are so many great tunes already suggested, but here are a handful that I don't believe were on the list. They are essential to me:

1) Robert Wilkins - I'll Go with Her
2) Sleepy John Estes - Special Agent
3) Blind Willie McTell - Scarey Day Blues
4) Kokomo Arnold - The Twelves (Dirty Dozens) & Paddlin' Madeline
5) Joe Callicott - Fare Thee Well
6) Peg Leg Howell - Turtle Dove
7) Willie Reed - Dreaming Blues
8) Otto Virgial - Little Girl in Rome
9) Mance Lipscomb - Freddie
10) Fred McDowell - Kokomo
« Last Edit: May 18, 2018, 06:38:15 AM by Forgetful Jones »


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