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The Blues

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Matthew Hall

on 13 January 2015

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Transcript of The Blues

Mooringsport
Avalon
THE BLUES
ROBERT JOHNSON
Progenitor Of All
American Popular Music

Mississippi John Hurt
BLUES EVOLUTION
BLUES EVOLUTION
Electric Blues - 1940's on
The "Harp"
Slide
Texas/Louisiana Blues Man - 1930's on
Steel Guitar
Black Delta Religion
The Mississippi Delta
Colonial-Era Depiction of
Slaves
Performing Traditional Music of West-Africa/West-Indies
Post-Emancipation Sharecroppers
Work Music: Field Hollers and Work Songs
Poisoned

Whiskey?
Memphis
Minnie
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memphis_Minnie
"Bad Luck Woman"
"I'd Rather (to) See Him Dead"
Leadbelly
"Boll Weevil"
"Leaving Blues"
"Cross Road Blues"
"Sweet Home Chicago"
“Piedmont Style”
(Fingerpicking Blues)
"Stack O'Lee"
"Lonesome Valley"
Black Delta CHURCH MUSIC
Work Songs
Field Hollers
Kora
Akonting
West African Rhythm
Call
&
Response
Texas Blues
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