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Pig Meat Strut - Big Bill Broonzy - Do That Guitar Rag: 1928 - 1935 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Broonzy's ragtime guitar picking is textbook in its scope, and his vocals are as warm as can be. Dubbed from old 78s, the ultra high quality of the music on Do That Guitar Rag () make any audiophile nitpicking a moot point indeed. Broonzy is at his youngest and full of pep.
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  3. Pig Meat Strut Terrible Operation Blues Guitar Rag Pussy Cat Blues C & a Blues Mr. Conductor Man Big Bill Blues Leave My Man Alone Down in the Basement Grandma's Farm Double Trouble Blues Skoodle Do Do.
  4. Do That Guitar Rag , a Compilation of songs by Big Bill Broonzy. Released 26 November on Yazoo (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Country Blues, Blues.
  5. Do That Guitar Rag () (CD) Released in $ CD Sale. Add to Cart. Tracks of Disc 1; $1 $ on iTunes 2. Worrying You Off My Mind Part 1; $ on iTunes 3. Pig Meat Strut; $ on iTunes 4. Terrible Operation Blues; $ on iTunes 5. Guitar Rag; $ on iTunes 6. Pussy Cat Blues; $ Big Bill Broonzy also appears.
  6. gram vinyl reissue of blues guitarist Robert Wilkins' collection on Yazoo. Recordings from "There are perhaps a half-dozen blues musicians with as much to offer as the Reverend Robert Wilkins, who may be the most underrated figure in the blues field.
  7. 'Hokum' was a raucous, rowdy music that nevertheless demanded good musicianship. All these sides were cut in - a testament to the popularity of Big Bill and Georgia Tom, both as single artists and as the Famous Hokum Boys. An added joy, on the session of February 5th, is Scrapper Blackwell taking time out from his partnership with Leroy ovapnedatacankeynalcobbchiheakerp.coinfo: $
  8. Will Weldon (member of the Memphis Jug Band) discography Casey Bill Weldon Nathan Hammond / William Weldon b. February 8, (some sources: February 2, or July 10, ) in Pine Bluff, near Springfield, Conway County, Arkansas d. September 28, at General Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri buried at Lincoln Cemetery in Kansas City, Missouri.

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