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    Charlie Patton's War - Deluxe @ Old National Centre, Indianapolis, IN - June 9, Play all Red Bull Sound Select Presents "Road to Forecastle, Night 1" featuring J. Roddy Walston and the.
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    Check out The Best Of Charlie Patton by Charlie Patton on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on granigdagatiussamujinn.xyzinfo Buy MP3 Album $ Add to MP3 Cart Album in MP3 cart View MP3 Cart More options. Buy CD + free MP3 album $ /5(48).
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    Oct 21,  · ‎Album · · 23 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
  4. Tygozragore
    Charley Patton (died April 28, ), also known as Charlie Patton, was an American Delta blues musician. Considered by many to be the "Father of the Delta Blues", he created an enduring body of American music and inspired most Delta blues musicians.
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    Charley Patton, American blues singer-guitarist who was among the earliest and most influential Mississippi blues performers. He spent most of his career playing blues and ragtime-based popular songs for dancers at rural parties and barrelhouses. His best-known recording is ‘Pony Blues.’.
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    Aug 09,  · Charlie Patton's War. music featured in movies and TV shows: Black Bell. Charlie Patton's War. Download on Amazon - Black Bell Play on Apple Music - Black Bell Download on iTunes - Black Bell Play on Spotify - Black Bell Play on YouTube - Black Bell. Correct? The Sinner S1 · .
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    Oct 18,  · Charley Patton, born in Hinds County, Mississippi near the town of Edwards, is by consensus the Father of Delta blues and one of the most important American musicians of the 20th century. Legendary bluesmen Son House, Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Read MoreCharley Patton ().
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    MP3 of A Spoonful Blues by Charlie Patton. Not trying to get into a flame war here, but the earlier poster needs to know that, while "Charley" is the recognized standard of spelling the informalized "Charles," Mr. Patton himself spelled it "Charlie.".
  9. Malarr
    Charlie followed Henry Sloan around like a puppy and by the time he was about 19 in he was an accomplished performer and composer, having already composed his theme song "Pony Blues". Although Patton was a small man at about 5 foot 5 and pounds, the sound of his whiskey- and cigarette-scarred voice was rumored to have carried for over.

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