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Earliest-born blues singer/guitarists

GUEST,Joseph Scott 01 Aug 16 - 09:47 PM
GUEST,Joseph Scott 01 Aug 16 - 09:50 PM
Roger the Skiffler 02 Aug 16 - 04:20 AM
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Subject: Earliest-born blues singer/guitarists
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 01 Aug 16 - 09:47 PM

Examples of blues by singer/guitarists born before 1895:

Arthur Armstrong "Goin' Down The Road, Won't Be Back No' Mo"
Gress Barnett "Weep And Moan"
Eddie Bowles "Bowles' Blues"
John Bray "Trench Blues"
Rabbit Brown "James Alley Blues"
Dick Burnett "All Night Long Blues"
Bo Carter "Old Devil"
Sam Collins "Yellow Dog Blues"
Elizabeth Cotten "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad"
Tom Darby "Down In Florida On A Hog"
Carl Davis "Elm Street Woman Blues"
Simmie Dooley "C. C. & O. Blues"
Buster Ezell "Salt Water Blues"
Eli Framer "Framer's Blues"
Alcide Gaspard "Marksville Blues"
Clarence Greene "Johnson City Blues"
W.C. Handy "Got No More Home Than A Dog"
Joe Harris "East Texas Blues"
Roy Harvey "Steamboat Man"
Myrt Holmes "Run Here Fairo"
Peg Leg Howell "Fo' Day Blues"
John Hurt "See See Rider"
Jim Jackson "Hesitation Blues"
Papa Charlie Jackson "Jackson's Blues"
Lemon Jefferson "One Dime Blues"
Tom Johnson "See See Mama"
Charley Jordan "Dollar Bill Blues"
Luke Jordan "Church Bells Blues"
Huddie Ledbetter "When A Man's A Long Way From Home"
George Montgomery "Well, I've Been Down To Memphis"
William Moore "Midnight Blues"
Isaiah Nettles "Mississippi Moan"
Charlie Patton "Green River Blues"
Homer Roberson "Stavin' Chain"
Allen Shaw "Moanin' The Blues"
Freddie Spruell "Muddy Water Blues"
Frank Stokes "How Long"
Ernest Stoneman "Lonesome Road Blues"
Jimmie Strothers "Going To Richmond"
J.D. Suggs "Memphis Blues"
Joe Taggart "C&O Blues"
Elvie Thomas "Motherless Child Blues"
Henry Thomas "Lovin' Babe"
Buford Threlkeld "Low Down Blues"
Johnny Watson "Stove Pipe Blues"
Henry Whitter "Lonesome Road Blues"
Richard Williams "Polk County Blues"


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Subject: RE: Earliest-born blues singer/guitarists
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 01 Aug 16 - 09:50 PM

Oh, I forgot

Sam McGee "Railroad Blues"


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Subject: RE: Earliest-born blues singer/guitarists
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 02 Aug 16 - 04:20 AM

...and all the others who never recorded and never met the lomaxes!
RtS


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Subject: RE: Earliest-born blues singer/guitarists
From: GUEST
Date: 04 Aug 16 - 12:43 AM

More I forgot

Andrew Everett "Hello Central, Gimme 209"
Hosea Woods "The Rooster's Crowing Blues"


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