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  1. Son House "Death Letter Blues" Son House was one of the most influential delta blues singers and was famous for his emotional style of singing and slide guitar playing. Father of Folk Blues presented him to the public during the 60s folk revival.
  2. DEATH LETTERから始まりますが The Father of Folk Blues by Son house its my favorite album of him, and I love to got it right now, and the product it is % godness. Rockin' Chair Album [ gm vinyl] Howlin' Wolf. out of 5 stars 6. Vinyl. £ King Of The Delta Blues Singers/5(23).
  3. Son House - Father of the Delta Blues: The Complete Sessions: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Death Letter: A2: Pearline: A3: Louise McGhee: A4: John The Revelator: A5: Empire State Express: B1: Preachin' Blues B2.
  4. Mar 28,  · Father of Folk Blues recorded April, in New York City opens with “Death Letter,” in which House tells the story of waking up one morning only to find a note revealing an unknown lover’s death. “I found a letter this mornin’, how do you reckon it read?/It said ‘hurry, hurry, yeah, your love is dead’/Looked like there was ten thousand people standing round the buryin’ ground/ I didn’t know I .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Father Of Folk Blues on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues/5(39).
  6. Album. Father of Folk Blues Son House. Released Death Letter Blues Lyrics. K 2. Pearline Lyrics. 3. Louise McGee Lyrics. 4. John The Revelator.
  7. "Muddy Waters' Folk Singer wasn't the only blues LP recorded with the due care rarely shown to albums in the genre, prior to the revival. Son House's rediscovery in the early s reads like a Hollywood script, but all of the elements are there to make you realize that this John Hammond-produced LP, 50 years on, was one of the most important.
  8. “Death Letter Blues” is one of the most renowned blues songs ever written. It combines the ideas of “St. James Infirmary” with the 12 bar blues format, then adds a steel resonator guitar and a.

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