country blues

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country blues

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(Music, other) (sometimes functioning as singular) acoustic folk blues with a guitar accompaniment. Compare urban blues
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Key figures including Louis Jordan, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and others, drew on rural blues, big-band swing, and honky tonk to give sound to the strayers of working-class life.
His strong new LP is a solo affair, largely acoustic (Graham Coxon contributes guitar) with successful genre forays into folky rural blues (Arcadie) and even Dixieland jazz (Sweet By And By).
His strong new LP is a solo affair, largely acoustic with successful genre forays into folky rural blues and even Dixieland jazz.
His strong new LP is a solo affair, largely acoustic (Graham Coxon contributes guitar) with successful genre forays into folksy rural blues (Arcadie) and even Dixieland jazz (Sweet By and By).
Their instrumental music derived from their "rough" rural blues singing and exuberant Sanctified church hymns, while "downtown" Creoles of color drew on European musical styles and formal training.
This album, however, is quite a departure from his pop hits, comprising 15 tracks inspired by deep rural blues and the sound of post-war southside Chicago.
But OCMS contains liberal admixtures from different shelves in the apothecary: rural blues, jug-band classics from Memphis, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Neil Young, the Grateful Dead, The Band, and plenty of their own originals, all ground together with a sprinkle of hip-hop wordplay and a garage-band attitude.
Source music is tremendous and quite spry, forcing Meshell Ndegeocello to create moody cues steeped in rural blues.
We clicked because I was into rural blues as much as Chicago blues.
He was schooled by somebody like the influential Mississippi bluesman Charley Patton and Pops combined a rural blues sound with a gospel vocal approach and put together the great Staples Singers, who in turn also had a successful pop career.
The rediscovery of rural blues roughly paralleled the rise of the mass civil rights movement, and reflected it.
Subtitled ``American Music: Blues & Gospel,'' this thing is all over the map stylistically: rural blues, New Orleans-style barrelhouse jazz flavored with Cajun 'cordeen, spiritual stomps.

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