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Johns Guitar Boogie - John Jackson (4) - Country Blues & Ditties (CD, Album)

Johns Guitar Boogie - John Jackson (4) - Country Blues & Ditties (CD, Album)

  • Tosho says:
    He teaches as well at the International Guitar Seminar, Pt. Townsend Country Blues Week and Puget Sound Guitar Workshop. Orville released 4 recordings in the 's: The World According to Orville () Blueprint for the Blues () Slide & Joy () an all-instrumental dobro tour de force and Kings of Mongrel Folk () with Mark Graham.
  • Duzilkree says:
    John Jackson (February 24, – January 20, ) was an American Piedmont blues musician. Music was not his primary activity until his accidental "discovery" by the folklorist Chuck Perdue in the s. Jackson had effectively given up playing in his community in
  • Yozil says:
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  • Yozshusar says:
    Virginia is where John Jackson hailed, most of your big names in the blues, Robert Johnson, Willie McTell, Robert Pete Williams, Lightnin' Hopkins, Charlie Patton, Sonhouse, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Mississippi John Hurt, you get the picture, all of these great bluesmen hail from the deep delta south, nevertheless, no need to underestimate the talents of bluesman John Jackson, singer and guitar 5/5(3).
  • JoJozil says:
    Dec 21,  · This is a classic boogie in the style of Eric Clapton. You can really "lay down" some sweet solos over this track. Hope you enjoy it. Be sure to subscribe to this channel for more great backing.
  • Faejin says:
    Description. CD John Jackson – vocals & guitar or banjo. John has been a farmer, butler, chauffeur, historian, grave digger, humanitarian and a musician. His music represents a fascinating blend of rural songs and dance tunes he heard well over half a century ago growing up as a young African American farm hand in the isolated Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
  • Tocage says:
    Country blues, which is also known as "folk blues," is a primarily an acoustic guitar-oriented type of blues from which many other styles are derived. It often incorporates elements of gospel, ragtime, hillbilly and Dixieland jazz.
  • Tauzil says:
    Virginia is where John Jackson hailed, most of your big names in the blues, Robert Johnson, Willie McTell, Robert Pete Williams, Lightnin' Hopkins, Charlie Patton, Sonhouse, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Mississippi John Hurt, you get the picture, all of these great bluesmen hail from the deep delta south, nevertheless, no need to underestimate the talents of bluesman John Jackson, singer and guitar 5/5(2).
  • Tall says:
    GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN POLKA CMH CD NEW GUITAR BOOGIE CMH CD ALBUMS MGM E Fingers On Fire: Fingers on Fire; 12th Street Rag; Mountain Be Bop; Banjo Rag; I.H. Boogie; Mandolin Boogie; Guitar Boogie; Boomerang – 51 (10“ LP, also on 78 RPM album K).

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