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  1. Teran says:
    John Henry - Etta teaches “John Henry” on the The Fingerpicking Blues of Etta Baker instructional video on Homespun Tapes. Tab for “John Henry” is included with the video. “John Henry” is also transcribed in Happy Traum’s Traditional and Contemporary Fingerpicking Styles for Guitar 40th Anniversary Edition instruction book.
  2. Vogami says:
    John Henry Blues (Take 3) Lyrics John Henry was a little baby boy, settin' on his mama's knee Had a nine pound hammer, hold it in his arms "Gonna be the death of me, mmm,mmm.
  3. Arashinos says:
    The Two Poor Boys were an American folk-blues duo, composed of Joe Evans and Arthur McLain (or McClain).Evans and McLain were performers, based in Tennessee. The Two Poor Boys recorded between and Their songs typically featured Evans' laid-back vocals, with a musical approach based on “beautifully matched guitar and mandolin accompaniment”.
  4. Dailabar says:
    Students will better understand who John Henry was, and be able to discuss the role of machinery in the Industrialization of the United States. Preparation Instructions Song used in this lesson: “John Henry Blues” Lesson Activities 1. Sing the John Brown and then discuss it in class trying to determine the deeper meaning.
  5. Faugar says:
    After all, John Henry, as ultimate working-class hero, has been embraced by disparate groups: black prisoners, white mountain musicians, college folk revivalists, elderly blues singers. Most Southern states have claimed him, as does Maine in Woody Guthrie's version, even though he was likely born in North Carolina or West Virginia.
  6. Mooguzilkree says:
    In , before the Depression put an end to his recording career, African-American blues singer Mississippi John Hurt issued a commercial single, "Spike Driver Blues" on Okeh records. This song, with intricate finger-picked guitar accompaniment, combines some elements of the "John Henry" ballad.
  7. Kazrajind says:
    Mar 10,  · The Ballad of John Henry is an argument for the continuing relevance and vitality of the blues, both in style and spirit. Bonamassa demonstrates that, far from being exhausted of ideas, the blues.
  8. Douzilkree says:
    Gabriel Brown (left), who performed blues variations on "John Henry" on guitar for Alan Lomax, Zora Neale Hurston, and Mary Elizabeth Barnicle in Eatonville, Florida, Pictured performing with Rochelle French. Photo by Alan Lomax. Prints and Photographs Division, LOT C, no. N

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