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Александра

43 года, лев, познакомится с парнем в возрасте 37-50 лет

Заметки с меткой «blues»

Junior Wells - Give Me One Reason

Ну.. раз у нас "неділя присвячувань"lol, то ця композиція присвячується Ліпсі cvetok

P.S.: Ну і БЛЮЗІЩЕ... я тащуся просто, letsrockага

Ойhypnosis , ледве не забув... гарного ВСІМ настроюsmile

A true friend is hard to find.....

Eddie James "Son" House, Jr.


(March 21, 1902 – October 19, 1988) was an American blues singer and guitarist. House pioneered an innovative style featuring strong, repetitive rhythms, often played with the aid of slide guitar, and his singing often incorporated elements of southern gospel and spiritual music.

House was an important influence on Muddy Waters and also on Robert Johnson. A seminal Delta blues figure, he remains influential today, with his music being covered by blues-rock groups such as The White Stripes


House's innovative style featured strong, repetitive rhythms, often played with the aid of a bottleneck, coupled with singing that owed more than a nod to the hollers of the chain gangs. The music of Son House, in contrast to that of, say, Blind Lemon Jefferson, was emphatically a dance music, meant to be heard in the noisy atmosphere of a barrelhouse or other dance hall. House was the primary influence on Muddy Waters and also an important influence on Robert Johnson, who would later take his music to new levels. It was House who, speaking to awe-struck young blues fans in the 1960s, spread the legend that Johnson had sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical powers.

More recently, House's music has influenced blues-rock groups such as the White Stripes, who covered his song "Death Letter" (also reworked by Skip James and Robert Johnson) on their album De Stijl, and later performed it at the 2004 Grammy Awards. The White Stripes also incorporated sections of a traditional song Son House recorded - "John the Revelator" - into the song "Cannon" from their eponymous debut album The White Stripes. Jack White of the White Stripes has cited his a cappella songs, like "Grinning in Your Face", as a large influence.

Another musician deeply influenced by Son House is the slide player John Mooney, who in his teens learned slide guitar from Son House while Son was living in Rochester, New York. Several of House's songs were recently featured in the motion picture soundtrack of "Black Snake Moan" (2006).

And here this one of his song  "Dont you mind people grinin` in your face" -
.....A true friend is hard to find  - Golden words

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