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I tell you, all them scounds could play good; I don't know which one was best. I liked that Lonnie - he was the big fat one - I liked his violin playin', but that other one, what played violin and piano, too, and everything, I believe it was Bert. They both played so good, it'd be hard to tell how to judge which one played the best - Houston Stackhouse remembers the Chatmon brothers, The Voice of the Blues

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Offline P D Grant

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« on: August 23, 2013, 06:27:09 AM »
Hey all. I'm having trouble trying to start a new thread using the updated tapatalk app. Very confusing! Couple of things. Trying to find blues in Sydney (I'm travelling, so I'd like tips on live blues, and other local music, in a lot of places) , and also playing in the key of G out of a D/vestapol tuning, something I'm finding myself doing a lot lately. Are there any good examples of blues guys doing this? Thanks.

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