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Early blues : the first stars of blues guitar / Jas Obrecht.

By: Obrecht, Jas
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2015]Description: xi, 259 pages : illustrations ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780816698042 (hc : alk. paper); 9780816698059 (pb : alk. paper)Subject(s): Blues (Music) -- History and criticism -- 1921-1930 | Blues musicians -- United States | Guitarists -- United States | Weaver, Sylvester | Jackson, Papa Charlie, 1887-1938 | Jefferson, Blind Lemon, 1897-1929 | McTell, Blind Willie | Johnson, Blind Willie | Johnson, Lonnie | Hurt, Mississippi John, 1892-1966 | Tampa Red, 1904-1981DDC classification: 787.87/1643092273 LOC classification: ML3521 | .O27 2015
Contents:
Sylvester Weaver : the first blues guitarist on record -- Papa Charlie Jackson : six-string stylist, flat-picking pioneer -- Blind Lemon Jefferson : popular from coast to coast -- Blind Blake : king of ragtime blues guitar -- Blind Willie McTell : Atlanta's twelve-string king -- Blind Willie Johnson : sublime gospel blues -- Lonnie Johnson : the era's most influential blues guitarist -- Mississippi John Hurt : songster and bluesman -- Tampa Red : "the guitar wizard".
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Sylvester Weaver : the first blues guitarist on record -- Papa Charlie Jackson : six-string stylist, flat-picking pioneer -- Blind Lemon Jefferson : popular from coast to coast -- Blind Blake : king of ragtime blues guitar -- Blind Willie McTell : Atlanta's twelve-string king -- Blind Willie Johnson : sublime gospel blues -- Lonnie Johnson : the era's most influential blues guitarist -- Mississippi John Hurt : songster and bluesman -- Tampa Red : "the guitar wizard".

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