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Father Of The Delta Blues – The Complete 1965 Sessions

CD (Item 512530) Sony/Columbia, 1965 — Condition: Used
2 CDs
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A great return to recording for Son House – a musician who'd stopped playing the guitar in the postwar years, but rose again to fame during the great folk blues revival of the 60s! The style here is every bit as classic as some of Son's earliest music – just recorded a lot better, too – with beautiful focus on the subtle inflections he brings to the strings of his acoustic guitar, and vocals that ring out a lot stronger than they might have on a 78. Titles include "John The Revelator", "Empire State Express", "Preachin Blues", "Sundown", and "Grinnin In Your Face".  © 1996-2024, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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