Keep Your Windows Pinned - Various - Alabama Blues 1927 - 1931 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Enter Alabama Blues: The collection focuses on the output of two largely unknown players: Clifford Gibson, a guitar player who spent a great deal of time in the St. Louis area, even backing Jimmie Rodgers on recordings for Victor, and the even more obscure Edward Thompson.
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  6. Nov 29,  · Alabama Blues – () 1 Snigglin' Blues - Barefoot Bill 2 Don't Put That Thing on Me – Clifford Gibson 3 Coffee Grinder Blues - Jaybird Coleman 4 Seven Sister Blues – Edward Thompson 5 Mean Conductor Blues – Ed Bell 6 Tired of Being Mistreated – Clifford Gibson 7 Touch Me Light Mama – George ‘Bullet’ Williams 8 Keep Your Windows Pinned – Clifford Gibson 9 Middlin.
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  8. The dominant gene in the DNA of rock ’n’ roll comes from the blues, which is just one reason why many believe it’s the most important musical genre of the last years. Everyone from Chuck Berry to The Beatles to Led Zeppelin has used the basic bar blues chord progression as the underlying structure for their music. Indeed, it’s.
  9. Alabama Blues: compiles the complete known recorded output of six obscure rural blues acts: George "Bullet" Williams, Clifford Gibson, Ollis Martin, Bertha Ross, Jaybird Coleman and Frank Palmes (which may actually be merely a pseudonym of Coleman's). As the liner notes point out, it's interesting to note that almost all of the artists featured here play the harmonica, an instrument.

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