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9 thoughts on “ Shady Lane - Scrapper Blackwell - Mr. Scrappers Blues (CD, Album) ”

  1. Apr 13,  · videos Play all Leroy Carr (–) and Scrapper Blackwell (–) Don Deering Mississippi John Hurt - The Ballad Of Stagger Lee - Duration: JTgrimteam 1,, views.
  2. Jun 01,  · Originally issued on the album "Scrapper Blackwell:Mr. Scrapper's Blues) (Prestige/Bluesville BV) (LP) This recording taken from the CD "The Bluesville Years Vol. 9:Down The Country Way".
  3. Scrapper Blackwell was a truly remarkable guitarist, Blackwell’s fluid acoustic single-note picking, in the Chicago blues of Piedmont blues styles, inspired a long line of musicians. This essential release presents Blackwell’s complete LP, ‘Mr. Scrapper’s Blues’, recorded during the his early ‘60s comeback.
  4. An overlooked blues master, Scrapper Blackwell was a contemporary of Robert Johnson and other early Delta blues artists. A truly remarkable guitarist, Blackwell’s fluid acoustic single-note picking, in the Chicago blues and Piedmont blues styles, inspired a long line of musicians.
  5. He was an inventive self – accompanist, voice and guitar complementing each other superbly on tracks such as “Penal Farm Blues”. Equally effective on this CD is Blackwell’s vocal work: his voice is gentle, slightly hoarse and immensely weary, combining beautifully with .
  6. Scrapper Blackwell is an important link to modern Urban Blues. He recorded throughout the late s and '30s, most often with pianist Leroy Carr. The guitar style he developed, based around sophi.
  7. Volume 1: "How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone", CD D, an album by Scrapper Blackwell, Leroy Carr on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Mr. Scrapper's Blues on Discogs. Label: Xtra - XTRA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues4/5(2).
  9. Scrapper Blackwell: Mr. Scrapper's Blues album review by Derek Taylor, published on October 1, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!

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