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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ping-ping-clicka, Nov 5, 2019.
This is my favorite piece by him. So powerful!!
He was the real deal. Thanks for posting!
Wow! Tremendous clip. Thanks for putting that out there.
that's the real blues!
This is the clip that inspired me to get a reso. I've nailed his rendition, but can't acquire his relaxed style whatsoever. It is a great song to learn his techniques though.
I love what Jack White did with this song:
damn can that guy sing
Geoff and Maria Muldaur
Another live version of this great song:
I never get tired of good ol country blues
For a real treat, check out Son House's Complete Library of Congress recordings 1941-1942. Great stuff if you like Country Blues.
A couple of British guys.
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When the hound dogs start barkin'
Sound like ol' Son House singin' the blues
He was definitely possesed in that video.
I love Son House, was so intense, so powerful that could smash 10 metal bands at the same time...
He s great! Here 's a whole concert. On 12:00 he talks about God and the Devil, playing Church music vs playing the Blues
... This thread is giving me severe tricone resonator gas... a type of guitar i've dreamed about for years but never actually got to own...
One of the greats.
I saw "Last of the Mississippi Jukes" yesterday. Early on they talk about Son House being a preacher too, he'd play all night Saturday, then jump up on the bar on Sunday and preach hell fire and brimstone.
"The real old blues...don't call for no jumpin'..."