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Skip James - Devil Got My Woman
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Comencem aquest dilluns amb un blues de l'original Skip James: Devil got my woman.
Skip James - Devil Got My Woman (1966)
Robert Johnson - Kind Hearted Woman Blues, 1936
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"Delta blues is as much legend as music. In the popular telling, blues articulated the hopelessness and poverty of an isolated, oppressed people through music that was disconnected from popular trends and technological advances. Delta giants like Robert Johnson were victims, buffeted by the winds of racism, singing out mostly for personal solace. The story is undoubtedly romantic, but it just isn’t true. “It angers me how scholars associate the blues strictly with tragedy,” said B.B. King..."
Robert Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) was an American blues musician, among the most famous of Delta blues musicians. His landmark recordings from 1936–1937 display a remarkable combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that have influenced generations of musicians. Johnson's shadowy, poorly documented life and death at age 27 have given rise to much legend. Considered by some to be the "Grandfather of Rock 'n' Roll", his vocal phrasing, origi...
LUSHLIGHT — nickdrake: Photo Booth Self Portrait, by RobertJohnson
Photo Booth Self Portrait, by Robert Johnson c.early 1930s @Chelsea Rose Rose Hausen project. (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) was an American blues singer and musician. His landmark recordings from 1936–37 display a combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that has influenced later generations of musicians.
Sonny Boy Williamson - Nine below zero
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http://newmusic.mynewsportal.net - Sonny Boy Williamson II performs "Nine Below Zero" at the American Folk Blues Music Festival in 1963. Introduced by Memphis Slim, with Otis Spann (piano), Matt Murphy (guitar), Willie Dixon (bass) and Billy Stepney (drums).
Mississippi John Hurt - Steel Drivin' Blues
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Mississippi John Hurt- One of my all-time favorite players. So much life.
Mississippi John Hurt - Steel Drivin' Blues נαηιєкαтнℓєєη
Mississippi John Hurt. Live. Steel Driver Blues.
Skip James - I'm So Glad, 1966
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Skip James - I'm So Glad (1966)
Tupelo - John Lee Hooker, 1936. A stunningly sad song about a small town in Mississippi.
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Blue Monday - 04/23/12 John Lee Hooker: Tupelo. His playing is stripped down to the bare minimum here and demonstrates complete mastery.
Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night, 1944
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Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter -- I sometimes stand by his statue in front of my library and can almost hear his music.
'Black Betty' LEADBELLY, Blues Legend, via YouTube.
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Lead Belly - Lead Belly doing a song that Long John Baldry would later do as well. It is a traditional song actually called “In The Pines” that dates to the 1870′s. Cool Stuff!
Where Did You Sleep Last Night by LEADBELLY (1944) Blues Guitar Legend
Big Joe Williams - Baby Please Don't Go. 9 strings of devestation.
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Big Joe Williams - Baby Please Don't Go. 9 strings of devestation. This makes me want to take a trip to New Orleans!
Delta blues - well any blues really that hit the spot.
Son House - Forever on my Mind. No words.
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Raw emotion. Who can't identify with, "It's so hard to love someone who don't love you.?"
Son House - Forever On My Mind (footage)
Son House - Death Letter Blues, early - amazing guitar
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100 proof blues. Great use of the guitar as a percussion instrument.
Son House, "Death Letter Blues." "There must've been ten thousand people on the burial grounds / I didn't know I loved her til they started to let her down."
Early blues guitar picker Son House plays the blue on T.V.
Blind Willie Johnson - Dark Was The Night, 1927
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Blind Willie Johnson - Dark Was The Night, 1927, This song is so soulful...it's like I'm there experiencing the pain...
CultureSOUND: "Dark Was The Night" Blind Willie Johnson (1927) Extraordinary video.
Blind Willie Johnson - John the Revelator
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Blind Willie Johnson's version of John The Revelator.
Blind Willie Johnson, he sang with that "Whiskey Throat". He was blinded by his stepmother when he was 5 after she threw hot rie in his face then grew up and wrote the blues but became homless after his house burnt down and died from nemonia that he got from sleeping on wet newspaper.
Blind Willie Johnson - John the Revelator. what an amazing song. Covered by many.
Booker White - Aberdeen Mississippi Blues. Booker does ridiculous things with his guitar!