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Author Topic: Early Blues The First Stars of Blues Guitar Jas Obrecht  (Read 614 times)

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Offline onewent

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Re: Early Blues The First Stars of Blues Guitar Jas Obrecht
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2015, 04:00:21 PM »
So, a new book about Clapton? 👹

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Re: Early Blues The First Stars of Blues Guitar Jas Obrecht
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2015, 10:50:10 PM »
So, a new book about Clapton? 👹
LOVE IT.....

Contents
Acknowledgments
Prologue
Introduction
Sylvester Weaver: The First Blues Guitarist on Record
Papa Charlie Jackson: Six-String Stylist, Flat-Picking Pioneer
Blind Lemon Jefferson: Popular from Coast to Coast
Blind Blake: King of Ragtime Blues Guitar
Blind Willie McTell: Atlanta?s 12-String King
Blind Willie Johnson: Sublime Gospel Blues
Lonnie Johnson: The Era?s Most Influential Blues Guitarist
Mississippi John Hurt: Songster and Bluesman
Tampa Red: "The Guitar Wizard"
Notes
Index

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Re: Early Blues The First Stars of Blues Guitar Jas Obrecht
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2015, 05:34:19 AM »
Thanks for the heads up, can't wait.

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