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Skoodle Loo Doo by Blind Blake

Skoodle Loo Doo by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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West Coast Blues by Blind Blake

West Coast Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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One Time Blues by Blind Blake

One Time Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Early Morning Blues by Blind Blake

Early Morning Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Chump Man Blues by Blind Blake

Chump Man Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Blakes Breakdown by Blind Blake

Blakes Breakdown by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Hey Hey Daddy Blues by Blind Blake

Hey Hey Daddy Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Policy Blues by Blind Blake

Policy Blues by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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That Will Never Happen No More by Blind Blake

That Will Never Happen No More by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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Georgia Bound by Blind Blake

Georgia Bound by Blind Blake (1896-1934)

Blind Blake Blind” Blake was an American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. His first recordings were made in 1926 and his records sold very well. His first solo record was “Early Morning Blues” with “West Coast Blues” on the B-side. Both are considered excellent examples of his ragtime-based guitar style and are prototypes for the burgeoning Piedmont blues.

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