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    Etta James - Id Rather Go Blind

    2:35

    ETTA JAMES

    LYRICS:
    Something told me it was over
    When I saw you and her talkin'
    Something deep down in my soul said, 'Cry, girl'
    When I saw you and that girl walkin' around

    Whoo, I would rather, I would rather go blind, boy
    Then to see you walk away from me, child, no

    Whoo, so you see, I love you so much
    That I don't wanna watch you leave me, baby
    Most of all, I just don't, I just don't wanna be free, no

    Whoo, whoo, I was just, I was just, I was just
    Sittin here thinkin', of your kiss and your warm embrace, yeah
    When the reflection in the glass that I held to my lips now, baby
    Revealed the tears that was on my face, yeah

    Whoo and baby, baby, I'd rather, I'd rather be blind, boy
    Then to see you walk away, see you walk away from me, yeah
    Whoo, baby, baby, baby, I'd rather be blind...

    Artist: Etta James
    Album: Tell Mama
    Year: 1968
    Song: I'd Rather Go Blind

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    George Thorogood & The Destroyers - Bad To The Bone

    4:56

    Bad To The Bone, sung By George Thorogood.
    I own nothing of this song. All credits go to George Thorogood and his producers.

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    Etta James - At Last - Lyrics

    3:05

    Any requests for more lyric videos please let me know by commenting below : )

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    Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin

    3:09

    From Moanin' in the Moonlight (1959). Rights belong to who they belong to, not me.

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    John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom HQ

    4:20

    Nice song...
    also in the movie blues brothers

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    Dust My Broom - Elmore James

    2:56

    Dust My Broom - Elmore James, the King of the Slide Guitar

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    Albert King - Born Under A Bad Sign

    2:47

    Albert King (April 25, 1923 -- December 21, 1992) was an American blues guitarist and singer.
    In 1966 he signed with the Stax record label. Produced by Al Jackson, Jr., King with Booker T. & the MGs recorded dozens of influential sides, such as Crosscut Saw and As The Years Go Passing By, and in 1967 Stax released the album, Born Under a Bad Sign. The title track of that album (written by Booker T. Jones and William Bell) became King's best known song and has been covered by many artists (from Cream to Homer Simpson).
    King was a left-handed upside-down/backwards guitarist. He was left-handed, but usually played right-handed guitars flipped over upside-down so the low E string was on the bottom. In later years he played a custom-made guitar that was basically left-handed, but had the strings reversed (as he was used to playing). He also used very unorthodox tunings (i.e., tuning as low as C to allow him to make sweeping string bends). Some believe that he was using open E minor tuning (C-B-E-G-B-E) or open F tuning (C-F-C-F-A-D). A less is more type blues player, he was known for his expressive bending of notes, a technique characteristic of blues guitarists.

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    Howlin Wolf - Spoonful

    2:46

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    Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, 1910 -- January 10, 1976), known as Howlin' Wolf, was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. He was born in West Point, Mississippi in an area now known as White Station.
    With a booming voice and looming physical presence, Burnett is commonly ranked among the leading performers in electric blues; musician and critic Cub Koda declared, no one could match Howlin' Wolf for the singular ability to rock the house down to the foundation while simultaneously scaring its patrons out of its wits. A number of songs written or popularized by Burnettβ€”such as Smokestack Lightnin', Back Door Man, Killing Floor and Spoonfulβ€”have become blues and blues rock standards.
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    Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters

    4:52

    I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters

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    Ray Charles - Ive Got A Woman

    2:56

    Ray Charles - I've Got A Woman from the CD 'the definitive Ray Charles'
    Β© 2001 Warner Strategic Marketing, Warner Music International for the World outside of the US, all rights reserved

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    B.B. King- Everyday I have the Blues

    5:07

    Not a whole lot of just studio versions for this, or any B.B. King song, so I'll be uploading a lot more. Enjoy.

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    T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues

    47:43

    T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues (1960) Full Album

    00:00:00 01 Papa Ain't Salty
    00:02:43 02 Why Not
    00:05:26 03 T-Bone Shufle
    00:08:16 04 Play On Little Girl
    00:10:47 05 T-Bone Blues Special
    00:13:25 06 Mean Old World
    00:17:31 07 T-Bone Blues
    00:21:19 08 Call It Stormy Monday
    00:24:25 09 Blues For Marili
    00:28:45 10 Shufflin' The Blues
    00:32:06 11 Evenin'
    00:34:48 12 Two Bones And A Pick
    00:37:38 13 You Don't Know What You're Doing
    00:39:32 14 How Long Blues
    00:44:52 15 Blues Rock

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    Bo Diddley - I Am A Man

    2:56

    He only had a few hits in the 1950s and early '60s, but as Bo Diddley sang, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover. You can't judge an artist by his chart success, either, and Diddley produced greater and more influential music than all but a handful of the best early rockers. The Bo Diddley beat -- bomp, ba-bomp-bomp, bomp-bomp -- is one of rock & roll's bedrock rhythms, showing up in the work of Buddy Holly, the Rolling Stones, and even pop-garage knock-offs like the Strangeloves' 1965 hit I Want Candy. Diddley's hypnotic rhythmic attack and declamatory, boasting vocals stretched back as far as Africa for their roots, and looked as far into the future as rap. His trademark otherworldly vibrating, fuzzy guitar style did much to expand the instrument's power and range. But even more important, Bo's bounce was fun and irresistibly rocking, with a wisecracking, jiving tone that epitomized rock & roll at its most humorously outlandish and freewheeling.

    Before taking up blues and R&B, Diddley had actually studied classical violin, but shifted gears after hearing John Lee Hooker. In the early '50s, he began playing with his longtime partner, maraca player Jerome Green, to get what Bo's called that freight train sound. Billy Boy Arnold, a fine blues harmonica player and singer in his own right, was also playing with Diddley when the guitarist got a deal with Chess in the mid-'50s (after being turned down by rival Chicago label Vee-Jay). His very first single, Bo Diddley/I'm a Man (1955), was a double-sided monster. The A-side was soaked with futuristic waves of tremolo guitar, set to an ageless nursery rhyme; the flip was a bump-and-grind, harmonica-driven shuffle, based around a devastating blues riff. But the result was not exactly blues, or even straight R&B, but a new kind of guitar-based rock & roll, soaked in the blues and R&B, but owing allegiance to neither.

    Diddley was never a top seller on the order of his Chess rival Chuck Berry, but over the next half-dozen or so years, he'd produce a catalog of classics that rival Berry's in quality. You Don't Love Me, Diddley Daddy, Pretty Thing, Diddy Wah Diddy, Who Do You Love?, Mona, Road Runner, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover -- all are stone-cold standards of early, riff-driven rock & roll at its funkiest. Oddly enough, his only Top 20 pop hit was an atypical, absurd back-and-forth rap between him and Jerome Green, Say Man, that came about almost by accident as the pair were fooling around in the studio.

    As a live performer, Diddley was galvanizing, using his trademark square guitars and distorted amplification to produce new sounds that anticipated the innovations of '60s guitarists like Jimi Hendrix. In Great Britain, he was revered as a giant on the order of Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The Rolling Stones in particular borrowed a lot from Bo's rhythms and attitude in their early days, although they only officially covered a couple of his tunes, Mona and I'm Alright. Other British R&B groups like the Yardbirds, Animals, and Pretty Things also covered Diddley standards in their early days. Buddy Holly covered Bo Diddley and used a modified Bo Diddley beat on Not Fade Away; when the Stones gave the song the full-on Bo treatment (complete with shaking maracas), the result was their first big British hit.

    The British Invasion helped increase the public's awareness of Diddley's importance, and ever since then he's been a popular live act. Sadly, though, his career as a recording artist, in commercial and artistic terms, was over by the time the Beatles and Stones hit America. He'd record with ongoing and declining frequency, but after 1963, he'd never write or record any original material on par with his early classics. Whether he'd spent his muse, or just felt he could coast on his laurels, is hard to say. But he remains a vital part of the collective rock & roll consciousness, occasionally reaching wider visibility via a 1979 tour with the Clash, a cameo role in the film Trading Places, a late-'80s tour with Ronnie Wood, and a 1989 television commercial for sports shoes with star athlete Bo Jackson. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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    Albert King - Crosscut Saw

    2:37

    From Best of Albert King

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    Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan - Born Under A Bad Sign

    8:03

    In Session (1983)

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    Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

    5:30

    Music video by Muddy Waters performing Mannish Boy (audio). (C) 1977 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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    Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode

    2:42

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    Muddy Waters Mannish Boy

    5:25

    muddy waters mannish boy

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    Gary Clark Jr. - Take Me Down

    4:48

    Official Audio for Gary Clark Jr.'s Take Me Down from the film 'Deepwater Horizon.'

    Get the song on iTunes

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    Buddy Guy - First Time I Met The Blues

    3:40

    Buddy Guy performing First Time I Met The Blues, with David Myers, bass, from the movie Chicago Blues, in 1970.

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    Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Blue on black

    5:31

    Had some serious problems to find this song on YouTube, all i could find was live videos. So i decided to do people a favor.

    Would be awesome if you guys checked out my band too, we'll be recording songs soon.

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    Janis Joplin - Summertime

    4:01

    Janis Joplin - Summertime


    Summertime,
    Child, your living's easy.
    Fish are, fish are jumping out
    And the cotton, Lord,
    Cotton's high, Lord so high.

    Your dad's rich
    And your ma is so good-looking, baby.
    She's a-looking pretty fine to me now,
    Hush, baby, baby, baby, baby now,
    No, no, no, no, no, no, no,
    Don't you cry, don't you cry.

    One of these mornings
    You're gonna rise, rise up singing,
    You're gonna spread your wings, child,
    And take, take to the sky,
    Lord, the sky.

    But until that morning,
    Honey, n-n-nothing's going to harm ya,
    No, no, no no, no no, no...
    Don't you cry β€” cry.




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    B. B. King - The Thrill Is Gone

    6:46

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    B.B. King is the greatest living exponent of the blues and considered by many to be the most influential guitarist of the latter part of the 20th century. His career dates back to the late forties and despite now being in his eighties he remains a vibrant and charismatic live performer. B.B. King has been a frequent visitor to the Montreux festival, appearing nearly 20 times, so choosing one performance was no easy task. This 1993 concert will surely rank as one of his finest at any venue. With a superb backing band and a great set list its a must for any blues fan.

    The thrill is gone
    The thrill is gone away
    The thrill is gone baby
    The thrill is gone away
    You know you done me wrong baby
    And you'll be sorry someday

    The thrill is gone
    It's gone away from me
    The thrill is gone baby
    The thrill is gone away from me
    Although, I'll still live on
    But so lonely I'll be

    The thrill is gone
    It's gone away for good
    The thrill is gone baby
    It's gone away for good
    Someday I know I'll be open armed baby
    Just like I know a good man should

    You know I'm free, free now baby
    I'm free from your spell
    Oh I'm free, free, free now
    I'm free from your spell
    And now that it's all over
    All I can do is wish you well

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    Pokey-My Sidepiece

    4:41

    From The Louisiana Blues Brothas Love On The Bayou CD.

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    The Rolling Stones - Hate To See You Go

    3:24

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    Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Train A Comin

    4:36

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    Lyrics:

    Well, I wait around the train station
    Waitin' for that train
    Waitin' for the train, yeah
    Take me home, yeah
    From this lonesome place
    Well, now a while lotta people put me down a lotta changes
    My girl had called me a disgrace

    Lyric video by Jimi Hendrix performing 'Hear My Train A Comin''. (C) 2012 Experience Hendrix L.L.C., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

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    Tell it like it is - Aaron Neville

    2:39

    Awesome oldie with Aaron Neville! ~Thanks for the viewing. Be sure to check out the other classic jams on my channel!

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    Blues Brothers - Soul Man

    3:00

    Comin to ya on a dusty road
    Good lovin I got a truck load
    And when you get it you got something
    So dont worry cause Im coming

    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man

    Got what I got the hard way
    And Ill make it better each and every day
    So honey dont you fret
    Cause you aint seen nothing yet

    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Play it steve!
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man

    Listen
    I was brought up on a side street
    I learned how to love before I could eat
    I was educated from good stock
    When I start lovin I just cant stop

    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man

    Well grab the rope and Ill pull you in
    Give you hope and be your only boyfriend
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Youre a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man
    Im a soul man

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    MISTY BLUE DOROTHY MOORE

    3:34

    Oh, it's been such a long, long time,
    Looks like I get you off my mind,
    Oh, but I can't,
    Just the thought of you,
    Turns my whole world,
    A misty blue.

    Just the mention of your name,
    Turns the flicker to a flame,
    I think of things we used to do,
    Then my whole world,
    Turns misty blue.

    (chorus)
    I should forget you,
    Heaven knows I tried,
    But, when I say,
    I'm glad we're through.
    My heart knows I've lied.

    (end song repeating verse 1)

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    Buddy Guy- Feels Like Rain

    4:25

    I do not own the rights to this song,
    thankyou for the wonderful music Buddy Guy

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    Buddy Guy - Stay Around A Little Longer ft. B.B. King

    5:00

    Music video by Buddy Guy Featuring B.B. King performing Stay Around A Little Longer. (C) 2010 JIVE Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment

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    Nina Simone Live At Montreux 1976 - Backlash Blues

    6:47

    BACKLASH BLUES
    (Langston Hughes / Nina Simone)
    Nina Simone


    Mr. backlash, mr. backlash
    Just who do think I am
    You raise my taxes, freeze my wages
    And send my son to vietnam

    You give me second class houses
    And second class schools
    Do you think that alla colored folks
    Are just second class fools
    Mr. backlash, I'm gonna leave you
    With the backlash blues

    When I try to find a job
    To earn a little cash
    All you got to offer
    Is your mean old white backlash
    But the world is big
    Big and bright and round
    And it's full of folks like me
    Who are black, yellow, beige and brown
    Mr. backlash, I'm gonna leave you
    With the backlash blues

    Mr. backlash, mr. backlash
    Just what do you think I got to lose
    I'm gonna leave you
    With the backlash blues
    You're the one will have the blues
    Not me, just wait and see

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    Jesus make up my dying bed........ Blind Willie Johnson

    3:09

    recorded in 1927

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    John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt play Im In The Mood

    5:19

    John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt perform I'm In The Mood. From the DVD John Lee Hooker & Friends 1984-92. More info at

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    peter greens fleetwood mac - need your love so bad

    3:37

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    Rambling On My Mind - Robert Johnson

    3:21

    I have taken 'Rambling On My Mind', slowed it down a bit and lowered the key to approximate a slower tape.

    Recently, an old music tutor of mine - Paul Scott contacted me to say: The Robert Johnson recordings were not done originally to tape. They ... Read Morewere electrical recordings, done directly to matrices. Tape recording only began being used after the Second World War - it was a German invention.

    This means that the songs we hear are the originals, or that they were speeded up when they were transferred to tape later on.

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    Nina Simone-Since I Fell For You + Lyrics

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    Nina Simone-Since I Fell For You

    When you just give love
    And never get love
    You'd better let love depart
    I know it's so, and yet I know
    I can't get you out of my heart

    You made me leave my happy home
    You took my love and now you're gone
    Since I fell for you

    Love brings such misery and pain
    I guess I'll never be the same
    Since I fell for you

    Well, it's too bad
    And it's too sad
    But I'm in love with you
    You love me, then you snub me
    But what can I do?
    I'm so in love with you

    I guess I'll never see the light
    I get the blues most every night
    Since I fell for you
    Since I fell for you...

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    She Caught The Katy - Taj Mahal

    3:31

    She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule To Ride) is a blues standard written by Taj Mahal and James Rachell. The song was first recorded for Taj Mahal's 1968 album The Natch'l Blues, and is one of Mahal's most famous tunes. It has since been covered many times, and is included on the soundtrack for the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers (the song greets Jake Blues as he leaves prison, in the beginning of the movie). According to John Belushi's widow, it was Belushi's favorite blues song.

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    Little Walter My Babe

    2:35

    My baby don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh yeah she don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh yeah she don't stand no cheatin',
    She don't stand none of that midnight creepin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My babe, I know she love me, my babe
    Oh yes, I know she love me, my babe
    Oh yes, I know she love me,
    She don't do nothin' but kiss and hug me
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My baby don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh no, she don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh no, she don't stand no cheatin',
    Ev'rything she do she do so pleasin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My baby don't stand no foolin', my babe
    Oh yeah, she don't stand no foolin', my babe
    Oh yeah, she don't stand no foolin',
    When she's hot there ain't no coolin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe
    She's my baby (true little baby) ...

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    Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues

    4:14

    1982 Ballads & Blues 1994......Rest In Peace my Guitar Hero...

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    Chicken Shack - Id Rather Go Blind

    3:18

    Chicken Shack - I'd Rather Go Blind
    very cool

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    Little Walter - Last Night I Lost The Best Friend

    2:45

    Little Walter - Last Night I Lost The Best Friend

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    Arthur Crudup - Thats All Right

    2:54

    Arthur Big Boy Crudup (August 24, 1905 β€” March 28, 1974) was a delta blues singer and guitarist.
    He is best known outside blues circles for writing songs later covered by Elvis Presley and dozens of other artists, such as That's All Right (1946)[1], My Baby Left Me and So Glad You're Mine.

    Arthur Crudup was born in Forest, Mississippi in 1905. For a time he lived and worked throughout the South and Midwest as a migrant worker. He and his family returned to Mississippi in 1926. He sang gospel, then began his career as a blues singer around Clarksdale, Mississippi. As a member of the Harmonizing Four he visited Chicago in 1939. Crudup stayed in Chicago to work as a solo musician, but barely made a living as a street singer. Record producer Lester Melrose allegedly found him while he was living in a packing crate, introduced him to Tampa Red and signed him to a recording contract with RCA Victor's Bluebird label.

    He recorded with RCA in the late 1940s and with Ace Records, Checker Records and Trumpet Records in the early 1950s and toured throughout the country, specifically black establishments in the South, with Sonny Boy Williamson II and Elmore James (around 1948). He also recorded under the names Elmer James and Percy Lee Crudup. He was popular in the South with records such as Mean Old 'Frisco Blues, Who's Been Foolin' You and That's All Right.

    Crudup stopped recording in the 1950s, however, after further battles over royalties. His last Chicago session was in 1951. His 1952-54 recording sessions for Victor were held at radio station WGST in Atlanta, Georgia. He returned to recording with Fire Records and Delmark Records and touring in 1965. Sometimes labeled as The Father of Rock and Roll, he accepted this title with some bemusement. Ungratified due to the loss of royalties, he would refer to his admirer Presley as 'Elvin Preston'.
    Throughout this time Crudup worked as a laborer to augment the non-existent royalties and the small wages he received as a singer. Crudup returned to Mississippi after a dispute with Melrose over royalties, then went into bootlegging, and later moved to Virginia where he had lived and worked as a musician and laborer. In the early 1970s, two local Virginia activists, Celia Santiago and Margaret Carter, assisted him in an attempt to gain royalties he felt he was due, with little success.

    From the mid 1960s, Crudup returned to bootlegging and working as an agricultural laborer, chiefly in Virginia, where he lived with his family including three sons and several of his own siblings. On the Eastern Shore of Virginia, while he lived in relative poverty as a field laborer, he occasionally sang and supplied moonshine to a number of drinking establishments, including one called the Dew Drop Inn, in Northampton County for some time prior to his death from complications of heart disease and diabetes. On a 1970 trip to the UK he recorded Roebuck Man with local musicians.
    His last professional engagements were with Bonnie Raitt.

    There was some confusion as to his actual date of death because of his use of several names, including those of his siblings. He died of a heart attack in the Nassawadox hospital in Northampton County, Virginia in 1974.

    Crudup was honored with a marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail placed at Forest.

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    Blues Master Keb Mos Love In Vain on LEGENDS OF JAZZ

    2:51

    Keb' Mo' performing Love In Vain from The LEGENDS OF JAZZ with Ramsey Lewis Roots: The Blues Episode

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    Jimmy Reed - Take Out Some Insurance

    2:29

    Jimmy Reed - Take Out Some Insurance

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    At Last - Etta James with lyrics on screen

    3:08

    At last is a very special song, so sweet and lovely, as Etta James' voice.
    Enjoy!

    This is my first video made with Movie Maker, I hope you'll like it.

    *The song does not belong to me*
    *No copyright infringement intended*

    Lyrics:
    At last
    my love has come along
    my lonely days over
    and life is like a song

    Ooh, yeah, yeah
    At last
    the skies above are blue
    My heart was wrapped up in clover
    the night I looked at you

    I found a dream
    that I could speak to
    A dream that I
    can call my own
    I found a thrill
    to press my cheek to
    A thrill that I have never known
    Ohh, yeah, yeah

    You smile
    you smile
    Ooh and then the spell was cast
    And here we are in Heaven
    for you are mine at last

    I made this video when Etta was still alive. And now, I hope this can become a tribute to a legendary voice, whose special sound no one will ever forget.
    Rest in peace, Etta.

    --I don't know what's wrong with mobile players, I'll try to fix it and make it available on smartphones!
    --Thanks for all the lovely comments. Keep on spreading the love!

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    Bill Withers - Aint No Sunshine When Shes Gone

    2:03

    Ain't no sunshine when shes gone Its not warm when shes away
    Ain't no sunshine when shes gone And shes always gone too long
    Anytime she goes away
    Wonder this time where shes gone
    Wonder if shes gonna stay
    Ain't no sunshine when shes gone
    And this house just ain't no home
    Anytime she goes away
    And I know, I know...
    Hey, I oughtta leave young thing alone
    But ain't no sunshine when she's gone
    Ain't no sunshine when shes gone
    Only darkness everyday
    Ain't no sunshine when shes gone
    And this house just ain't no home
    Anytime she goes away
    Anytime she goes away....

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    I do not own copyrights !

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