Grossman Guitar Workshop John Miller Jackson Blues Guitar
Jackson, Mississippi attracted a host of blues musicians in the period 1910–1940. Many players from small towns made their way to Jackson, which as the capital of Mississippi and a much larger city, held forth the promise of more and better work opportunities, and the possibility of making a living playing music rather than driving a mule or chopping cotton. The Jackson Blues scene was an unusually rich one, stylistically, spanning the gap from the sophisticated Pop blues of Bo Carter to the low-down blues of Rube Lacy and a host of players working between those two extremes. Included on this DVD are transcriptions and teaching of recorded performances from Tommy Johnson, one of the fountainheads of the Mississippi blues, Itta Bena natives Rube Lacy and Ishmon Bracey, with their distinctive vocal head tones and intense playing, the great Geeshie Wiley, a woman who played and sang as strongly as any man, Walter Vinson, guitarist and lead singer for the Mississippi Sheiks, and Bo Carter, a player with a rich chordal vocabulary and Jazzy sound.
Publisher: SGGW | English | 1.22GB | MKV | 33 Pages | ISBN: B003ZZ7TSS
MPG2, 720×480, 30.0fps | AC-3, 256.0kbps, 48.0kHz 32bit, 2 channels
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–Jackson Blues Songs You Will Learn;
Lonesome Home Blues
Eagles On A Half
Ham Hound Crave
‘Fore Day Blues
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