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Blues: '30s/'60s


Blues: '30s/'60s

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Skip James - Devil Got My Woman

  • Natasha Higdon
    Natasha Higdon

    Thank you

  • Jason Uphill
    Jason Uphill

    awesome!

  • Lisa Maddox
    Lisa Maddox

    true blues

  • Akshay Sonawane
    Akshay Sonawane

    vvvnbvbnbnbv

  • Megan Patnaik
    Megan Patnaik

    For more Pre War Blues check out my husband's old blog: http://prewarblues.org. Wonderful source to explore the birth place of modern music.

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Robert Johnson - Kind Hearted Woman Blues, 1936

  • Dallas N Jessica Hartley
    Dallas N Jessica Hartley

    Robert Johnson is my hero!!

  • Susan Brown
    Susan Brown

    Love his music!

  • Michelle Moree
    Michelle Moree

    lord a mercy

  • Michelle Jackson
    Michelle Jackson

    We went to the crossroads in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Pretty easy to believe that the devil might've found himself there.

  • Karon Brown
    Karon Brown

    thanks for the blues

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Robert Johnson - Hellhound On My Trail

Screamin Jay Hawkins - I put a spell on you

  • Vintage Tikitacky
    Vintage Tikitacky

    Thanks for all the great Videos, Evan. This man put on an amazing show.

  • Helene Hagemans
    Helene Hagemans

    This is fantastic. What a performance!

  • Paul Lewis
    Paul Lewis

    Brilliantly bonkers

  • Deborah Wright
    Deborah Wright

    Crrrrrrrazy good! hahahaha

Mississippi John Hurt - You got to walk that lonesome valley

  • Kathy Hopper
    Kathy Hopper

    That's playing the guitar!!

Sonny Boy Williamson - Nine below zero

Mississippi John Hurt - Steel Drivin' Blues

  • Rosemary VanCleaf
    Rosemary VanCleaf

    crazy good

  • mary rennie
    mary rennie

    ...why we love bluegrass and folk music...

  • Michelle Moree
    Michelle Moree

    this just does my soul good to listen to this music.

  • Emily Crume
    Emily Crume

    the roots of all good music, the blues

Skip James - All Night Long

  • Xenos
    Xenos

    Beautiful man Skip James, and a beautiful voice.

Tupelo - John Lee Hooker, 1936. A stunningly sad song about a small town in Mississippi.

  • Donna Pollard-Branson
    Donna Pollard-Branson

    Love me some John Lee Hooker...also Muddy Waters...Howling Wolf!!!!

  • Kyle Hannah
    Kyle Hannah

    great tune!

  • Michelle Moree
    Michelle Moree

    mmm love me some johnny lee hooker..

  • Linda Ronan
    Linda Ronan

    the Real thing... love this

  • Gufi Nomea
    Gufi Nomea

    He REALLY pulls it out! Masterful work!!!

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Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night, 1944

  • Rebekah  Wrye Owens
    Rebekah Wrye Owens

    'In the Pines'- murder ballad, excellent song

  • Missy
    Missy

    One of my all time favorite songs. I've heard Loretta Lynn & Kurt Cobain's versions too & like them as well. Thanks fir sharing!

  • Missy
    Missy

    Whoops *for

  • Camilo Zamudio
    Camilo Zamudio

    awesome!!!

Big Joe Williams - Baby Please Don't Go. 9 strings of devestation.

Leadbelly - Pick A Bale Of Cotton

Son House - Forever on my Mind. No words.

Son House - Death Letter, 1967. Amazing voice.

  • redacted
    redacted

    Love it!!!

Son House - Death Letter Blues, early - amazing guitar

  • Kathy Hopper
    Kathy Hopper

    Unbelievable

Blind Willie Johnson - Dark Was The Night, 1927

Blind Willie Johnson - John the Revelator

John Lee Hooker - Boom! Boom! Boom!

  • Marla Conrad
    Marla Conrad

    he has always been one of my favorite !

Crow Jane - Skip James, 1967. A haunting voice singing a dark song.

  • Sean Kaloi
    Sean Kaloi

    yes @stephaniekaloi

Booker White - Aberdeen Mississippi Blues. Booker does ridiculous things with his guitar!

  • Amy Rodgers
    Amy Rodgers

    Wow! I love it, listen to that guitar!

  • Stephanie Israel
    Stephanie Israel

    LOVIN IT!

  • Natasha Higdon
    Natasha Higdon

    "I just wanna....DANCE!!" My favorite- soul food.

  • Natasha Higdon
    Natasha Higdon

    Morgan Gjeruldsen

  • Evalina Alarcon
    Evalina Alarcon

    Wow

The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins, 1967

  • Amy Rodgers
    Amy Rodgers

    Looks like a helluva good time to be the blues!!! Love that sound, a little hard to hear