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Popis - FINGERPICKIN' BLUES FROM THE HILLS OF WE:
The Blues is a Very Old Style of Music. Henry Thomas recorded 'The Fishin' Blues' in the 1920's and recalled singing this song in medicine shows when he was a young boy in the 1880's. I first heard Mance Lipscomb playing in the blues revival of the 1960's and wondered how one man on a guitar could make so much music. I started listening to earlier recordings of the blues from the 1920's and 1930's and discovered many amazing styles of playing from the gentle piedmont guitar sounds of Mississippi John Hurt to the harsh and sassy sounds of Son House playing delta blues. I always thought of John Jackson as the last of the great solo style blues players. In 1987 I heard that John was teaching blues guitar in a summer program at Davis/Elkins College in Elkins, West Virginia called 'Augusta'. I met John that summer and became a student of his for the next 3 summers. John and I became good friends and I returned to visit him every summer for the next 15 years. I was a silver/goldsmith by trade and made John's slides for him over the years. John passed away in 2002. This CD is a variety of blues styles that I have picked up over the years and includes a song on a homemade 'one string' diddley bow! Hope you like! W.D.Dailey