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  1. Vudot
    Some of These Days I'll Be Gone [Slide Guitar Version] [Version] This oversized item has special shipping requirements The shipping company will call you to schedule your delivery date and time.
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  2. Zolonos
    Feb 20,  · Originally recorded by The Gospel Keys in , McDowell’s version is the most famous and was picked up by the Rolling Stones and included on their Sticky Fingers album. Fred McDowell’s version is raw and bluesy, never misses a beat and has a nice slide vibrato. It was from McDowell that Bonnie Raitt learned her slide guitar.
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  3. Vunos
    8 hours ago · New York indie supergroup Muzz talk us through their family tree Following the release of their debut album as Muzz, Interpol’s Paul Banks, Walkmen drummer Matt Barrick, and multi.
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  4. Kagarisar
    Nov 08,  · 戦前ブルース短期集中講座 balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo HP balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo Country Blues Guitar Lesson List balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo
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  5. Zululkis
    This single-disc selection from Yazoo is interesting because it bypasses some of Charley Patton's best-known sides like "Down the Dirt Road Blues" and "High Sheriff Blues" in favor of presenting a more versatile Patton capable of handling gospel and even pop fare (check out the take here of "Some Summer Day" to hear a relatively softer and gentler Charley Patton).
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  6. Tashakar
    There are also three different versions of “Some of These Days I’ll Be Gone”balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfodly different versions ranging from a straight acoustic version, to an “accelerated” banjo version, to a lovely slide guitar version. Peyton’s fretwork is the highlight of the disc.
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  7. Akirisar
    Peyton provides no less than three takes of "Some of These Days I'll Be Gone," including one on which he plays banjo, and its title declaration, delivered with authority, is double-edged. Peyton embodies Patton 's warning, but also demonstrates that, as long as this blues revivalist is breathing, his hero will still be around in spirit.
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  8. Tar
    Voice, Slide Guitar – Charley Patton Charley Patton - Elder Greene Blues (Take 1) Fiddle – Henry Sims Voice, Guitar – Charley Patton Charley Patton - When Your Way Gets Dark Voice, Slide Guitar – Charley Patton Charley Patton - Some These Days I'll Be Gone (Take 2) Voice, Guitar – Charley Patton /5(26).
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  9. Turamar
    In between these two extremes are some of the best slide guitar artists ever recorded, including Oscar "Buddy" Woods, aka The Lone Wolf, who not only was one of the driving forces behind the development of the lap steel bottleneck blues slide guitar; but is credited by /5(28).
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