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Lazy Blues - Mississippi John Hurt - The Immortal Mississippi John Hurt (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Gushakar says:
    This was the second album to be released on Vanguard Records of John Hurt's music, following the famed “Today!” album. It emerged in , the year after John's death late the preceding year and was part of the extensive recording that he had completed in his final years when he was into his seventies.
  • Turan says:
    Best of Mississippi John Hurt The wistful sounds of this Delta Blues "Salty Dog" is showcased here with his most memorable tunes. 52 songs (2 hours and 37 minutes) curated by Amazon's Music Experts. 1. Candy Man Various artists-Blues Guitar.
  • Maumi says:
    Bibliography of Mississippi John Hurt Family Life. John Smith Hurt was born in Teoc, Mississippi, in – an unincorporated town in Carroll County (just outside of Greenwood). He was raised on a farm in Avalon and worked as a farmhand and on the railroad line. Hurt married Gertrude Hoskins in , and they had a daughter and a son: T.C.
  • Vujind says:
    Mississippi John Hurt (3 July – 2 November ) was an American country blues singer-songwriter. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, he learned to play a finger-picked style. His.
  • Malakree says:
    John Smith Hurt, better known as Mississippi John Hurt (July 3, or March 8, - November 2, ) was an American country blues singer and doctpatalfuncparse.riticreicolsatareftulaholectti.infoinfo in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself how to play the guitar around age nine. Singing to a melodious finger-picked accompaniment, he began to play local dances and parties while working as a sharecropper.
  • Brara says:
    Mississippi John Hurt’s Music John Hurt was born in Teoc, Mississippi in , but lived most of his life in Avalon, Mississippi. In , after being recommended for recording by his neighbors, fiddler Willie Narmour and guitarist Shell Smith, John Hurt recorded 13 songs for O keh Records.
  • Zukinos says:
    OCLC Number: Notes: All songs by Mississippi John Hurt except where indicated. Previously released in Compact disc. Program notes by Dick Waterman ([4] p.: ill. ; 12 cm.)- .
  • Moogushakar says:
    Mississippi John Hurt's delicate vocals, inventive fingerpicking on guitar, and warm personality endeared him to generations of music fans. Much of Hurt’s material predated the blues, and his gentle style provided a stark contrast to the typically harsh approaches of Delta .

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