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That woman was tougher than a man - Homesick James on Memphis Minnie, The Blues Collection #76

Author Topic: My Ragtime Blues  (Read 1508 times)

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Offline ArthurBlake

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Re: My Ragtime Blues
« Reply #15 on: April 22, 2014, 09:17:23 PM »
I am the great grandson of William Moore. Ragtime blues singer from tappahanock. Anyone know much about him?
All I know of William Moore is he was a great guitar player, he mentions Rapahanock and apparently he was a barber as well, I also know of three great songs and have them in my collection. I think all of his songs have been covered, I think Ragtime Millionaire is awesome. Apart from that that's all I know of him apart from the fact he has a great grandson, you. Nice to meet you.
I met a woman she was a pigmeat some
Big fat mouth, I followed her home
She pulled a gun and broke my jaw
Didnt leave me hard on, I didnt get sore

Offline ArthurBlake

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  • I laid him out cold, with his heels in a tub.
Re: My Ragtime Blues
« Reply #16 on: April 22, 2014, 09:20:25 PM »
As for the artist who started the thread I thought it a great guitar piece and I am impressed, congratulations, a well wriitten rag.
I met a woman she was a pigmeat some
Big fat mouth, I followed her home
She pulled a gun and broke my jaw
Didnt leave me hard on, I didnt get sore

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