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  1. Nov 04,  · Perhaps the primary mandolin player of the early era was James “Yank” Rachell. He met Sleepy John Estes in the early ’s and by they began recording for Victor, cutting several sessions into with Estes handling the bulk of the vocals backed by Jab Jones on piano and piercing mandolin from Rachell.
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  3. Big Joe Williams had a reputation for throwing punches like they were going out of style.. Apparently, the man liked to fight. Good thing he liked to play the blues more than the brawls, because le.
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  6. Big City Blues is a American pre-Code drama film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and distributed by Warner Bros. The film is based on the play New York Town by Ward Morehouse and stars Joan Blondell and Eric Linden, with uncredited early appearances by Humphrey Bogart and Lyle heavymetal.bradarrockseekersilvergrove.infoinfo on: the play New York Town, by Ward Morehouse.
  7. Blues Documents Complete Recorded Works CD $ Before Chester Burnette there was another "Howling Wolf". Texas singer/guitarist J.T. Smith took the nickname after recording his brilliant two part "Howling Wolf Blues" in September,
  8. Lizzie Douglas (June 3, – August 6, ), known as Memphis Minnie, was a blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter whose recording career lasted from the s to the s. She recorded around songs, some of the best known being "Bumble Bee", "Nothing in Rambling", and "Me and My Chauffeur Blues".
  9. Volume 1: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order () () [Compilation] Big Maceo Merriweather The Best of Big Maceo: The King of Chicago Blues Piano, Vol. 1 () [Compilation] (iii) Boogie Woogie: Jimmy Yancey Complete Recorded Works Vol. 1 () [Compilation] Basic Records for Part Six (i) Pre-War.

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