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Pony Blues - Charley Patton - King Of The Delta (CD)

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  1. (2-CD set) If the Delta country blues has a convenient source point, it would probably be Charley Patton, its first great star. His hoarse, impassioned singing style, fluid guitar playing, and unrelenting beat made him the original king of the Delta blue.
  2. Pony Blues Charley Patton. Album Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 1 (14 June to late November/early December ) Pony Blues Lyrics.
  3. Pony Blues. Charley Patton. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Les pionniers du Blues, Vol. 4: Charley Patton, Charley Patton. Charley Patton, King Of The Delta Blues: His Recordings. Charley Patton. Running Wild Blues. Charley Patton. Love My Stuff. Charley Patton.
  4. Does It” (upper right inset photo) for their choice as the Best Self-Produced CD of Jimmy Gaetano (center photo) and his band The Sidewinders of New Albany, IN will represent the South Central Indiana Blues Society at the annual blues competition. More information on the Blues Foundation and the IBC can be found online at https://blues.
  5. Tracklist with lyrics of the album KING OF THE DELTA BLUES [] of Charley Patton: Revenue Man Blues - Some Summer Day - Hang It On The Wall - You Gonna.
  6. Preceding Alphabetic Section Return to Folk Index Homepage Bottom of File. Folk Music Performer Index - Patt to Pelz Patt, David Side Performer Appearance. Franke, Bob / In This Night, Flying Fish FF ().
  7. This single-disc selection from Indigo Records works as an inexpensive single-disc introduction to Patton, and it contains his best-known songs like "Pony Blues," the two-part "High Water Everywhere," "Down the Dirt Road Blues," "High Sheriff Blues," "A Spoonful Blues," and "Revenue Man Blues."7/
  8. “Pony Blues” was one of three songs that Mississippi Delta bluesman Charley [Charlie] Patton (c) was long remembered for by his aging listeners some 30 years after his death, along with the recordings “Banty Rooster Blues” and “Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues.” He recorded them for Paramount Records in June

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