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Son House - Dry Spell Blues Part I / Dry Spell Blues Part II (Shellac)

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  1. Son House, the legendary Delta blues singer and the man who had given lessons to blues legends Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, was back in the blues. House was born on the Mississippi River Delta, on a plantation between the towns of Lyon and Clarksdale. “ Preachin ’ the Blues. ” “ Dry Spell Blues Part II.
  2. Feb 15,  · My Black Mama -pt II Preachin The Blues- part I Preachin The Blues- part II Dry Spell Blues-part I Dry Spell Blues-part II (I like the Yazoo for sound) And on The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of (Yazoo ): Mississippi County Farm Blues Clarksdale Moan (2 recently discovered Son House Paramount sides).
  3. Son House discography and songs: Music profile for Son House, born 21 March Genres: Delta Blues. Albums include Father of Folk Blues, The Legendary Recordings in Chronological Sequence, and The Original Delta Blues.
  4. Part I ; Preaching the blues. Part II ; Dry spell blues. Part I ; Dry spell blues. Part II ; Walking blues (Son House) -- M & O blues ; Future blues (Willie Brown) -- Mississippi bottom blues ; Rowdy blues (Kid Bailey) -- Cottonfield blues. Part 1 ; Cottonfield blues. Part 2 ; Dough roller blues ; Jumpin' and shoutin' blues (Garfield Akers.
  5. Sep 10,  · If Son House took Patton’s girl, he also seemed to take his theme. He recorded Dry Spell Blues in two parts due to technical limitations on recording length. Unlike Patton’s local focus, Son House shows the universality of the suffering from drought: Part I: The dry spell blues have fallen, drug me from door to door Dry spell blues have.
  6. By his twenties he had taken to whiskey & preachin’ the Blues. He made four double-sided recordings for Paramount, this being one. Son House - Dry Spell Blues Parts I & II, Paramount 10“ shellac 78rpm.
  7. Dry Spell Blues, Part 1 This song is by Son House and appears on the split compilation album Blind Lemon Jefferson/ Son House () by Blind Lemon Jefferson and Son House, on the compilation Son House and the Great Delta Blues Singers - (), on the album Times Ain't Like They Used to Be: Early American Rural Music, Volume 7 () by various artists.
  8. Taking the stage in a dark suit and black fedora, frontman Mohr quickly put any expectations for the Monsters’ back catalog to bed, telling the one-third capacity crowd the only thing they’d be hearing was “straight, natural blues.” He was right for the most part, but an audience clamoring for “Bittersweet” – .

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