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United States United States. DJ since Apr 5, 2010
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DJMammyBlues Motherless children STILL have a hard time...

Blind Willie Johnson- Mother's Children Have A Hard Time

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DJMammyBlues "You know I love you so, baby please don't go." He is funny live!
DJMammyBlues Boom boom boom boom, I'm gonna shoot you right down, right offa your feet, take you home with me, put you in my house, Boom boom boom boom!"

John Lee Hooker: Boom boom

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DJMammyBlues Tommy Johnson: Such a rich tone to his voice. Cool, dissonant chords, too, unlike most blues songs.
DJMammyBlues Willie Brown plays "Future Blues." Willie's name is on the front of the album cover.
DJMammyBlues Blind Willlie Johnson, "Chillen, don't get worried, see what the Lord have done."

Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning

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DJMammyBlues Bukka's no doubt in a heavenly way upstairs with the Lord.
DJMammyBlues Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, B/W film from 1945, singing live "Red River Blues."

Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry Sing "Red River Blues" ca. 1945

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DJMammyBlues Jimmy Page's "White Summer" was really Davy Graham's "She Moves Through The Faire."

Davy Graham "She Moved Through The Fair" Full Version

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DJMammyBlues "Jesus make up my dying bed" was a line Robert Plant used in the lyrics for "In My Time Of Dying," a song from the album "Physical Graffitti."
DJMammyBlues Very little is known about Robert Petway who recorded only 16 songs between 1941-1942 w/only 1 photo available of him. "Catfish Blues" is great.
DJMammyBlues Bukka White: Gawd, I love this man's voice and style. Chills my bones...
DJMammyBlues Mississippi Fred McDowell "Shake 'Em On Down" Spine snappin' and skin sweatin'!
DJMammyBlues Tell it, Bukka! "Yes, I'm going downtown and tell the chief police you, sic-in' your dogs on me."

Sic 'Em Dogs On

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DJMammyBlues Willie Johnson was blinded by his step mother at age 7 out of spite. He became a preacher and a musician.

Trouble Will Soon Be Over

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DJMammyBlues Half note foot tappin' by Mississippi Fred McDowell.

Mississippi Fred Mcdowell- Going Down To The River (High Definition)

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DJMammyBlues Blind Willie Johnson jammin' and pine-in'. This song was used for Episode 1, Season 4 of the dark Irish TV drama "Love/Hate." I love his voice.
DJMammyBlues Mississippi Fred McDowell BEFORE the "Mississippi" was put on his name. He made his slide "with a beef bone." :)

Fred McDowell: Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Jesus (1959)

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DJMammyBlues Authentic Kentuckian music...acapella.

#1. Roscoe Holcomb "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" (1961)

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