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Media Center>It came from Texas/Louisiana
Ubeja Vontell 12:23 PM 02-13-2020
For me that starts way back in the 20's with Blind Lemon Jefferson, Louis Armstrong, Jellyroll Morton, Papa Charley Jackson etc, but just not in an antique music mood right now, no doubt later because I never go very long without going back in time.

Johnny "Slim" Campbell died young in an accident, as we see here the guy had some serious talent, the scar from a motorcycle wreck, hmmm? He is my Louisiana here.

Townes Van Zandt is all the things good about Texas music, a great writer and performer. You cant talk Texas music with no mention of Townes Van Zandt.

Calvin Russell has hard life written all over him, he does get the job done

Heading back across the border, the great James Booker

This broke my heart....

The Original Dixieland Jazz Band (ODJB) was a Dixieland jazz band that made the first jazz recordings in early 1917. Their "Livery Stable Blues" became the first jazz record ever issued.

.....a few years ago we're in Bakersfield hitting yard sales and thrift shops/junk stores and our fav Mexican restaurant (Oildale) when I spy a CD freaturing....The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, wow,,,,what a find, then I open up disc, I almost cried.
Raiderhader 09:08 AM 02-14-2020
One of my all time favorites.

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