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Blind Lemon Jefferson

Country blues guitarist and vocalist Blind Lemon Jefferson is indisputably one of the main figures in country blues. He was of the highest in many regards, being one of the founders of Texas blues (along with Texas Alexander), one of the most influential country bluesmen of all time, one of the most popular bluesmen of the 1920s, and the first truly commercially successful male blues performer. Up until Jefferson's achievements, the only real successful blues recordings were by women performers, including Bessie Smith and Ida Cox, who usually sang songs written by others and accompanied by a band. With Jefferson came a blues artist who was solo, self-accompanied, and performing a great deal of original material in addition to the more familiar repertoire of folk standards and shouts. These originals include his most well-known songs: "Matchbox Blues," "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean," and "Black Snake Moan." In all, Blind Lemon Jefferson recorded almost 100 songs in just a few years, making his mark on not only the bluesmen of the time (including Leadbelly and Lightnin' Hopkins) but also on music fans in the years to come. The legacy of Jefferson's unique and powerful sound did not fade with the passing decades.

Many specifics on the life of Blind Lemon Jefferson are not available, but general information on the man and his career can be traced somewhat through recordings, a few public records, and the memories of those who knew him. Although his birth has long been placed in July of 1897, research almost a century later uncovered a census record that listed his birth in September of 1893. Despite the uncertainty surrounding his birth date, a few things are certain: Jefferson was born on a farm in Couchman, TX, outside of Wortham, and, blind from the time of birth, he grew up as one of seven children. Around 1912, he began playing guitar and singing at picnics and parties in his home area. His musical influences included not only the singing of the cotton pickers and local guitar players but also the guitarists among the area's Mexican workers who often incorporated flamenco patterns in their playing. These influences eventually led to Jefferson's unique style of complex phrases and intricate, yet fast, finger work. Within a couple of years, Jefferson widened his performing radius to include Groesbeck, Buffalo, Waco, and other surrounding towns. Sometime around 1915, Jefferson also began playing in Dallas and, by 1917, was a resident of the city. He was most often found playing in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas where he eventually met another bluesman who would one day be famous, Leadbelly. Although Leadbelly was the senior bluesman of the two, it is generally recognized that Jefferson was the better guitarist. Leadbelly was so impressed with Blind Lemon Jefferson, in fact, that he would later record songs in tribute to Jefferson's ability, including the song, "Blind Lemon's Blues." The two men even played together for a short while, sometime before Leadbelly's first prison sentence.

From the late teens into the early '20s, Blind Lemon Jefferson traveled and performed his passionate brand of blues, hitting (at the very least) the Mississippi Delta and Memphis regions, although it is likely that his travels took him further. In 1922 or 1923 he married a woman named Roberta with whom he would have children, including a boy in the mid-'20s. It was in 1925 that a Texas talent scout finally made a demo recording of Jefferson and sent it to Mayo Williams at Paramount Records in Chicago. Jefferson was soon (circa 12/25 and 1/26) brought to Chicago to record for the first time. The results were two gospel songs: "I Want to Be Like Jesus in My Heart" and "All I Want Is That Pure Religion," both of which were released under the pseudonym Deacon L.J. Bates. Two months later, Jefferson began recording blues 78s under his own name, but that initial session wasn't the last time Jefferson recorded under a pseudonym. In 1927, "He Arose From the Dead" and "Where Shall I Be?" were released under the names Deacon L.J. Bates and Elder J.C. Brown for the Paramount and Herwin labels, respectively. Jefferson recorded over 90 songs total in less than four years' time. Almost all of his recordings were for the Paramount label, with the exception of his two-day session for Okeh, which took place in Atlanta in March of 1927. This session resulted in the second version of "That Black Snake Moan," (11/26) this time entitled "Black Snake Moan," as well as the first recording of another song that became one of Jefferson's most famous originals, "Matchbox Blues," which he recorded again for Paramount just one month later. Jefferson's records did well immediately, making him one of the best-selling race recording artists of the time. This is surprising considering his decidedly noncommercial sound; his high, eerie voice (often described as having a "lonesome" sound), the desperate (and sometimes suggestive) nature of his lyrics, and his often-complex guitar work all combined into a particularly raw and hard-hitting blues.

In addition to his frequent recording sessions in Chicago throughout the late '20s, Blind Lemon Jefferson still performed in Texas and traveled around the South. He played Chicago rent parties, performed at St. Louis' Booker T. Washington Theater, and even worked some with Son House collaborator Rev. Rubin Lacy while in Mississippi. In late September of 1929, Jefferson went to Paramount's studios in Richmond, IN, for a fruitful session that included two songs -- "Bed Springs Blues" and "Yo Yo Blues" -- that were also issued on the Broadway label. Jefferson was back in Chicago in December of 1929 when, sadly, he was found dead following a particularly cold snowstorm. There are several stories regarding his death: It has been said that he got lost in the storm after leaving a friend's party at a late hour, or that he was abandoned by his chauffeur, or was killed in a car accident, while yet another version claims Jefferson had a heart attack and froze in the snow. Regardless, the influential bluesman was still in his thirties when he died, and no death certificate was issued, so the date of his passing is only known to be toward the end of December. Pianist and labelmate Will Ezell escorted Jefferson's body back to Wortham, TX, where Blind Lemon Jefferson was laid to rest, purportedly on New Year's Day, 1930. Unfortunately for the author of the pleading "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean," the grave itself went unmarked. This was finally remedied in 1967 when a metal Texas Historical Marker was placed on the approximate spot. By the 1990s, however, Jefferson's grave was discovered to be in disrepair. A fundraiser was organized and, thanks to the efforts and donations of blues fans around the world, a granite headstone was finally placed upon Jefferson's grave, inscribed with his lyric, "Lord, it's one kind favor I'll ask of you. See that my grave is kept clean." It was also discovered during the preparation of the headstone that there is no support for the date widely believed to be that of Jefferson's birth -- July 1897 (which even appeared on the original grave marker) -- while the census documents in the State Archives listed Lemon Jefferson's birth to be in September of 1893. Thus, the new date was put on the gravestone.

Blind Lemon Jefferson was to Texas blues what Charley Patton was to Mississippi blues. His performances had a direct influence upon such legendary Texas musicians as Lightnin' Hopkins, T-Bone Walker, and Leadbelly, while his recordings helped bring his influence to an even larger audience. In the decades since, Jefferson's songs have been covered by countless musicians including Bob Dylan, John Hammond, Jr., and Kelly Joe Phelps, to name just a few. The late '50s and early '60s brought the reissue of some of Jefferson's recordings on the Riverside and Milestone labels, sparking a renewal of widespread public interest in the bluesman. As a result, Blind Lemon Jefferson Clubs were opened in California and New York during the '60s, and the rock band Jefferson Airplane reputedly chose their name after the great bluesman. A good single album compiling selections of Jefferson's music remains the Yazoo label's appropriately titled King of the Country Blues, which was eventually remastered for CD release. For completists, the Document label has since issued his entire recorded works in a four-volume CD series. In 1980, Blind Lemon Jefferson was inducted into the Blues Foundation's Hall of Fame. ~ Joslyn Layne
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson Plus Special Guests: One Dime Blues

1. Lectric Chair Blues

2. How Long, How Long

3. D. B. Blues

4. Maltese Cat Blues

5. Cat Man Blues

6. Booger Rooger Blues

7. Black Snake Dream Blues

8. Where Shall I Be

9. Chinch Bug Blues

10. Deceitful Brownskin Woman

11. Rambler Blues

12. Wartime Blues

13. Weary Dog Blues

14. Gone Dead On You Blues

15. One Dime Blues

16. Lemon's Cannonball Moan

17. Eagle Eyed Mama

18. Big Night Blues

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Track List: Essential Blind Lemon Jefferson, Vol. 4

1. Eagle Eyed Mama

2. Dynamite Blues

3. Disgusted Blues

4. Competition Bed Blues

5. Sad News Blues

6. Peach Orchard Mama

7. Tin Cup Blues

8. Big Night Blues

9. Empty House Blues

10. Saturday Night Spender Blues

11. That Black Snake Moan, No. 2

12. Bed Springs Blues

13. Yo, Yo Blues

14. Mosquito Moan

15. Southern Woman Blues

16. Bakershop Blues

17. Pneumonia Blues

18. Long Distance Moan

19. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

20. Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues

21. Cat Man Blues

22. The Cheaters Spell

23. Bootin' Me 'Bout

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Track List: Got The Blues

1. Got The Blues

2. Bakershop Blues

3. Booster Blues

4. Change My Luck Blues

5. Disgusted Blues

6. Dynamite Blues

7. Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues

8. Happy New Year Blues

9. How Long How Long

10. Lemon's Worried Blues

11. Long Distance Moan

12. Black Snake Dream Blues

13. Long Lastin' Lovin'

14. Black Snake Moan

15. Low Down Mojo Blues

16. Broke And Hungry

17. Maltese Cat Blues

18. Mean Jumper Blues

19. All I Want Is That Pure Religion

20. Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

21. Yo Yo Blues

22. Mosquito Moan

23. Peach Orchard Mama

24. Rabbit Foot Blues

25. Beggin' Back

26. Christmas Eve Blues

27. Right Of Way Blues

28. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

29. Southern Woman Blues

30. Struck Sorrow Blues

31. Sunshine Special

32. Bad Luck Blues

33. Tin Cup Blues

34. Balky Mule Blues

35. Weary Dogs Blues

36. Bed Spring Blues

37. Empty House Blues

38. Big Night Blues

39. Black Horse Blues

40. Booger Rooger Blues

41. Corinna Blues

42. Gone Dead On You Blues

43. Bootin' Me 'Bout

44. Dry Southern Blues

45. I Want To Be Like Jesus In My Heart

46. That Black Snake Moan No. 2

47. Prison Cell Blues

48. The Cheaters Spell

49. Chinch Bug Blues

50. Chock House Blues

51. Competition Bed Blues

52. Hot Dogs

53. D B Blues

54. Deceitful Brownskin Blues

55. Pneumonia Blues

56. Eagle Eyed Mama

57. Cat Man Blues

58. Easy Rider Blues

59. Piney Wood's Money Mama

60. Wartime Blues

61. Hangman's Blues

62. Where Shall I Be?

63. He Arose From The Dead

64. Jack O'Diamonds

65. Lectric Chair Blues

66. Lemon's Cannon Ball Moan

67. Lock Step Blues

68. Lonesome House Blues

69. Saturday Night Spender Blues

70. Long Lonesome Blues

71. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

72. Match Box Blues

73. Oil Well Blues

74. Old Rounders Blues

75. One Dime Blues

76. Rambler Blues

77. Rising High Water Blues

78. Sad News Blues

79. Shuckin' Sugar Blues

80. Stocking Feet Blues

81. Teddy Bear Blues

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson's Texas Blues, Vol. 4

1. Match Box Blues

2. Booster Blues

3. Mean Jumper Blues

4. Sad News Blues

5. Dry Southern Blues

6. Peach Orchard Mama

7. Piney Woods Money Mama

8. Bed Springs Blues

9. Chock House Blues

10. Rambler Blues

11. Sunshine Special

12. Chinch Bug Blues

13. Hangman's Blues

14. How Long How Long

16. Bakershop Blues

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Track List: Broke And Hungry

1. Match Box Blues

2. Black Snake Moan

3. Easy Rider Blues

4. Rabbit Foot Blues

5. Mosquito Moan

6. Southern Woman Blues

7. That Crawlin Baby Blues

8. Long Distance Moan

9. Broke And Hungry

10. Corinna Blues

11. Bad Luck Blues

12. Shuckin Sugar Blues

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Track List: The Complete Classic Sides Remastered: Atlanta & Chicago 1926 Disc B

1. Black Snake Moan

2. Match Box Blues

3. Easy Rider Blues

4. Match Box Blues

5. Match Box Blues

6. Rising High Water Blues

7. Weary Dogs Blues

8. Right Of Way Blues

9. Teddy Bear Blues

10. Teddy Bear Blues

11. Black Snake Dream Blues

12. Hot Dogs

13. He Arose From The Dead

14. Struck Sorrow Blues

15. Rambler Blues

16. Chinch Bug Blues

17. Deceitful Brownskin Blues

18. Sunshine Special

19. Gone Dead On You Blues

20. Where Shall I Be?

21. See That My Grave's Kept Clean

22. One Dime Blues

23. Lonesome House Blues

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Track List: The Complete Classic Sides Remastered: Chicago & Richmond 1929 Disc D

1. Eagle Eyed Mama

2. Dynamite Blues

3. Disgusted Blues

4. Competition Bed Blues

5. Sad News Blues/Peach Orchard Mama (Untraced Master)

6. Oil Well Blues

7. Tin Cup Blues

8. Big Night Blues

9. Empty House Blues

10. Saturday Night Spender Blues

11. That Black Snake Moan (Alternate Version)

12. Peach Orchard Mama (1929)

13. Big Night Blues

14. Bed Spring Blues

15. Yo Yo Blues

16. Mosquito Moan

17. Southern Woman Blues

18. Bakershop Blues

19. Pneumonia Blues

20. Long Distance Moan

21. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

22. Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues

23. Cat Man Blues

24. The Cheaters Spell

25. Bootin' Me 'Bout

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson's Texas Blues Vol 1

1. Black Snake Moan

2. Penitentiary Blues

3. Eagle Eyed Mama

4. I Want To Be Like Jesus In My Heart

5. All I Want Is That Pure Religion

6. Dynamite Blues

7. Lectric Chair Blues

8. Match Box Blues

9. Discusted Blues

10. Easy Rider Blues

11. Got The Blues

12. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

13. Competition Bed Blues

14. Lemon's Worried Blues

15. Long Lonesome Blues

16. Rising High Water Blues

17. Mosquito Moan

18. Southern Woman Blues

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson's Texas Blues Vol 5

1. Right Of Way Blues

2. Tin Cup Blues

3. Big Night Blues

4. Got The Blues

5. Long Distance Moan

6. Teddy Bear Blues

7. Black Snake Dream Blues

8. Broke And Hungry

9. Stocking Feet Blues

10. Hot Dogs

11. Jack O'Diamonds

12. Saturday Night Spender

13. He Arose From The Dead

14. Deceitful Brownskin Blues

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson's Texas Blues Vol 2

1. That Black Snake Moan (1927 Version)

2. Christmas Eve Blues

3. Happy New Year Blues

4. Where Shall I Be?

5. Maltese Cat Blues

6. Shuckin' Sugar Blues

7. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

8. Booger Rooger Blues

9. Bootin' Me 'bout

10. D B Blues

11. Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues

12. One Dime Blues

13. Cat Man Blues

14. Lonesome House Blues

15. Rabbit Foot Blues

16. Bad Luck Blues

17. The Cheaters Spell

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 2 (1927)

1. Black Snake Moan (April 1927)

2. Match Box Blues (April 1927)

3. Easy Rider Blues (April 1927)

4. Match Box Blues (Take 2) (April 1927)

5. Match Box Blues (Take 4 ) (April 1927)

6. Rising High Water Blues (May1927)

7. Weary Dogs Blues

8. Right Of Way Blues (May 1927)

9. Teddy Bear Blues (Take 2)

10. Black Snake Dream Blues

11. Hot Dogs (June 1927)

12. He Arose From The Dead (June 1927)

13. Struck Sorrow Blues

14. Rambler Blues (September 1927)

15. Chinch Bug Blues

16. Deceitful Brownskin Blues

17. Sunshine Special (October 1927)

18. Gone Dead On You Blues

19. Where Shall I Be?

20. See That My Grave's Kept Clean (October 1927)

21. One Dime Blues (October 1927)

22. Lonesome House Blues (October 1927)

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 1 (1925 - 1926)

1. I Want To Be Like Jesus In My Heart

2. All I Want Is That Pure Religion

3. Got The Blues (2471-2)

4. Long Lonesome Blues (2472-1)

5. Booster Blues

6. Dry Southern Blues

7. Black Horse Blues

8. Corinna Blues (Take 2)

9. Got The Blues (1053)

10. Long Lonesome Blues (1054)

11. Jack O'Diamonds (Take 1)

12. Jack O'Diamonds (Take 2)

13. Chock House Blues

14. Beggin' Back

15. Old Rounders Blues

16. Stocking Feet Blues (Take 1)

17. That Black Snake Moan (Take 2)

18. Wartime Blues

19. Broke And Hungry (Take 2)

20. Shuckin' Sugar Blues (Take 2)

21. Booger Rooger Blues

22. Rabbit Foot Blues

23. Bad Luck Blues

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Track List: Black Snake Moan

1. Hot Dogs

2. Teddy Bear Blues

3. Bad Luck Blues

4. Broke And Hungry

5. Prison Cell Blues

6. Black Snake Moan

7. Hangman's Blues

8. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

9. He Arose From The Dead

10. Sunshine Special

11. Matchbox Blues

12. Rising High Water Blues

13. Easy Rider Blues

14. One Dime Blues

15. Rabbit Foot Blues

16. Lonesome House Blues

17. Jack O'Diamond Blues

18. Stocking Feet Blues

19. Right Of Way Blues

20. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

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Track List: The Complete Classic Sides Remastered: Chicago 1928

1. Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

2. Lectric Chair Blues

3. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

4. Lemon's Worried Blues

5. Mean Jumper Blues

6. Balky Mule Blues

7. Change My Luck Blues

8. Prison Cell Blues

9. Lemon's Cannon Ball Moan

10. Long Lastin' Lovin'

11. Piney Wood's Money Mama

12. Low Down Mojo Blues

13. Competition Bed Blues

14. Lock Step Blues

15. Hangman's Blues

16. Sad News Blues

17. How Long How Long

18. Lock Step Blues

19. Hangman's Blues

20. Christmas Eve Blues

21. Happy New Year Blues

22. Maltese Cat Blues

23. D B Blues

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Track List: The Best Of Blind Lemon Jefferson

1. Match Box Blues

2. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

3. Hot Dogs

4. Corrina Blues

5. Rambler Blues

6. Rabbit Foot Blues

7. Dry Southern Blues

8. 'Lectric Chair Blues

9. One Dime Blues

10. Got The Blues

11. See That My Grave's Kept Clean

12. He Arose From The Dead

13. Black Horse Blues

14. Prison Cell Blues

15. Booster Blues

16. Bed Spring Blues

17. Jack O'Diamond Blues

18. Beggin Back

19. Wartime Blues

20. Easy Rider Blues

21. How Long How Long

22. Long Lonesome Blues

23. I Want To Be Like Jesus In My Heart

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 4 1929

1. Eagle Eyed Mama

2. Dynamite Blues

3. Disgusted Blues

4. Competition Bed Blues

5. Sad News Blues

6. Peach Orchard Mama (Recorded In Chicago, March 1929)

7. Oil Well Blues

8. Tin Cup Blues

9. Big Night Blues (21199)

10. Empty House Blues

11. Saturday Night Spender Blues

12. That Black Snake Moan No. 2

13. Bed Springs Blues

14. Yo, Yo Blues

15. Mosquito Moan

16. Southern Woman Blues

17. Bakershop Blues

18. Pneumonia Blues

19. Long Distance Moan

20. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

21. Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues

22. Cat Man Blues

23. The Cheaters Spell

24. Bootin' Me 'Bout

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 3 1928

1. Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

2. Lectric Chair Blues

4. Lemon's Worried Blues

5. Mean Jumper Blues

6. Balky Mule Blues

7. Change My Luck Blues

8. Prison Cell Blues

9. Lemon's Cannon Ball Moan

10. Long Lastin' Lovin'

11. Piney Woods Money Mama

12. Low Down Mojo Blues

13. Competition Bed Blues

16. Sad News Blues

17. How Long How Long

18. Christmas Eve Blues

19. Happy New Year Blues

20. Maltese Cat Blues

21. D B Blues

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Track List: King Of The Country Blues

1. That Crawlin' Baby Blues

2. Bad Luck Blues

3. Matchbox Blues

4. Hot Dogs

5. One Dime Blues

6. Shuckin' Sugar

7. Rabbit Foot Blues

8. Corrina Blues

9. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean

10. Easy Rider Blues

11. Broke And Hungry

12. Black Horse Blues

13. Lonesome House Blues

14. Oil Well Blues

15. He Arose From The Dead

16. Beggin' Back

17. Prison Cell Blues

18. Rambler Blues

19. Gone Dead On You Blues

20. Wartime Blues

21. Booger Rooger Blues

22. Right Of Way Blues

23. Big Night Blues

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Track List: Blind Lemon Jefferson

1. Jack O'Diamonds Blues

2. Chock House Blues

3. Stocking Feet Blues

4. Black Snake Moan

5. Shuckin' Sugar Blues

6. Rabbit Foot Blues

7. Bad Luck Blues

8. Broke And Hungry

9. Easy Rider Blues

10. Match Box Blues

11. Rising High Water Blues

12. Teddy Bear Blues

13. Lonesome House Blues

14. Sunshine Special

15. Change My Luck Blues

16. Prison Cell Blues

17. Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues

18. Lock Step Blues

19. Hangman's Blues

20. Mosquito Moan

21. Southern Woman Blues

22. Baker Shop Blues

23. Pneumonia Blues

24. Long Distance Moan

25. That Growing Baby Blues

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Deep Ellum?
Eleven Hundred Springs!
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Was the artwork on the cover of Suitcase Full of Blues drawing by
R. Crumb?
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Good music!
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He died in 1930 but he has the same number of likes as bands I listen to today, so he deserves attention.
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Blind Lemon and a barrel-o-hoo c h . yeeehaaawwww
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Two of the Giants of the Blues and pioneer's of modern music..
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Awesome!!! Listening to gospel lately but now looking back on the blues, i love it, but do not feel blue to my core anymore. I feel joy that they got to lay down these tracks sooo very long ago. Almost a centennial coming up. Amazing! Just like God ;)
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B.L.J. needs to be given more recognition. His influence is immeasurable !
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just close your eyes and smile , dis B good s**t
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He's not dead.He's still playing the same style and making youtube videos.
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got me doin a bit of toe tappin and finga smapin !!!
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What!? Only four people have commented?! This man is great, more people should listen to him!!
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back balling great inner soul..feel those blues..my toes are curling..
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sing them blueeeeeees.
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Yes, Yes, Yes! Good Ol Boy...
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