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artist: Pat Carr
Gospel Blues inspired by Blind Willie Johnson
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Country Blues Song with 4-part harmony.This song went to No. 1 in Country Blues.
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Cool acoustic slide instrumental by Rick Payne in the style of Tampa Red. Rick plays this in Open D. Howe
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A Blend of acoustic guitar, w/resophonic guitar call and response, pulled together with great harp lines HO
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artist: tjwaysongs
Live and Let Loose has been Chosen to be included in Upcoming album-By UK Artist Erin Gannon Simms. Published
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artist: Blind Boy
Found a cool sounding preset on my Line6 and started goofing around with it.
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artist: Bard of Ely
An inspired collaboration between Bard of Ely and KillerMiller of The Leftovers.
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This is my version of the old standard. Played on my nasty old '31 National. Mr BB Dog helped out on this on
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artist: Walker-Nash
title: footsteps
Two Intermate acoustic guitars, accompany female vocals in an emotional balled.
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[Get a **free download**] Traditional spiritual, first recorded by the great Texas bluesman Blind Willie Johns
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Me singing over the telephone and broadcast live march 2001 WQSR 102.7 fm Baltimore MD... I did a little fish
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artist: Reggie Miles
U.S. Pacific Northwest Acoustic Blues artist Reggie Miles plays a homemade 'Nobro' resophonic guitar and offer
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The definitive ode to Jug Band Music - Cause it sounds so sweet! See us play it live on YouTube at http://www.
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A Blues Harp song, great for intro's.. In the Key of G - so clean off the dust on that blues harp and play al
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artist: Alice Jean
title: My Johnny
Gone again! Can't find that man...I can still hear that slammin door!
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artist: Mo Kauffey
NEW LIVE version from the CKMS show with Derrick Chapman and Max Bent!This song is about getting older and jus
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Women'll get ya every time so just sit back and enjoy it...
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too many goodbyes i guess
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Egnater Rebel 20 watt tube:


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