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  • Charley Patton - Spoonful Blues

    3:11

    Charley Patton - Spoonful Blues

    A song about cocaine

    It has been suggested by some kind sirs in the comments that maybe Charley was head of some clandestine tea drinking coven. There are some that say Shakespeare never wrote those plays but they were written by Elizabeth 1 while she was waiting for some blind beggar to be beheaded for stealing an apple from her orchard.

    Charlie Patton born Mississippi, April 1891 was an experienced performer of songs before he was twenty years old and was first recorded (Thankfully) in 1929. His influence is everywhere and was arguably the first of the greats. An influence on Son House, Tommy Johnson, Bukka White and without doubt Howlin' Wolf. We have to thank archivists, the likes of Harry Smith, that we can hear these inimitable songs today.

    Spoonful Blues

    (spoken: I'm about to go to jail about this spoonful)
    In all a spoon', 'bout that spoon'
    The women goin' crazy, every day in their life 'bout a...
    It's all I want, in this creation is a...
    I go home (spoken: wanna fight!) 'bout a...
    Doctor's dyin' (way in Hot Springs !)
    just 'bout a...
    These women goin' crazy every day in their life 'bout a...

    Would you kill a man dead? (spoken: yes, I will!) just 'bout a...
    Oh babe, I'm a fool about my...
    (spoken: Don't take me long!) to get my...
    Hey baby, you know I need my...
    It's mens on Parchman (done lifetime) just 'bout a...
    Hey baby, (spoken: you know I ain't long) 'bout my...
    It's all I want (spoken: honey, in this creation) is a...
    I go to bed, get up and wanna fight 'bout a...
    (spoken: Look-y here, baby, would you slap me? Yes I will!) just 'bout a...
    Hey baby,
    (spoken: you know I'm a fool a-)
    'bout my...
    Would you kill a man?
    (spoken: Yes I would, you know I'd kill him)
    just 'bout a...
    Most every man (spoken: that you see is)
    fool 'bout his...
    (spoken: You know baby, I need)
    that ol'...
    Hey baby,
    (spoken: I wanna hit the judge 'bout a)
    'bout a...
    (spoken: Baby, you gonna quit me? Yeah honey!)
    just 'bout a...
    It's all I want, baby, this creation is a...
    (spoken: look-y here, baby, I'm leavin' town!)
    just 'bout a...
    Hey baby, (spoken: you know I need)
    that ol'...
    (spoken: Don't make me mad, baby!)
    'cause I want my...
    Hey baby, I'm a fool 'bout that...
    (spoken: Look-y here, honey!)
    I need that...
    Most every man leaves without a...
    Sundays' mean (spoken: I know they are)
    'bout a...
    Hey baby, (spoken: I'm sneakin' around here)
    and ain't got me no...
    Oh, that spoon', hey baby, you know I need my...

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  • Charley Patton - The Blues Masterpieces

    59:21

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    Charley Patton - The Blues Masterpieces (Classic Country Blues Music)
    00:00 Charley Patton - Screamin' And Hollerin' The Blues
    02:58 Charley Patton - Down The Dirt Road Blues
    05:54 Charley Patton - Pony Blues
    08:53 Charley Patton - It Won't Be Long
    12:14 Charley Patton - Pea Vine Blues
    15:14 Charley Patton - Tom Rushen Blues
    18:18 Charley Patton - A Spoonful Blues
    21:28 Charley Patton - Shake It And Break It (But Don't Let It Fall, Mama)
    24:32 Charley Patton - Elder Greene Blues
    27:30 Charley Patton - Circle Round The Moon
    30:02 Charley Patton - Some Of These Days I'll Be Gone
    32:50 Charley Patton - When Your Way Gets Dark
    35:56 Charley Patton - Heart Like Railwood Steel
    38:44 Charley Patton - Jim Lee Blues
    41:40 Charley Patton - High Water Everywhere
    44:36 Charley Patton - Rattlesnake Blues
    47:19 Charley Patton - Some Summer Day
    50:19 Charley Patton - Moon Going Down
    53:33 Charley Patton - Dry Well Blues
    56:51 Charley Patton - Revenue Man Blues

    Charley Patton (died April 28, 1934), 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. The musicologist Robert Palmer considered him one of the most important American musicians of the twentieth century.

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  • Charley Patton - The Best Of Vol 1

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    Charley Patton - The Best Of Vol 1 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 “Mississippi Boweavil Blues” Charley Patton
    03:08 “Screamin' & Hollerin' Blues” Charley Patton
    06:12 “Down the Dirt Road Blues” Charley Patton
    09:05 “Pony Blues” Charley Patton
    12:03 “Banty Rooster Blues” Charley Patton
    15:04 “It Won't Be Long” Charley Patton
    18:29 “Pea Vine Blues” Charley Patton
    21:31 “Tom Rushen Blues” Charley Patton
    24:37 “A Spoonful Blues” Charley Patton
    27:48 “Shake It & Break It” Charley Patton
    30:54 “Prayer of Death, Pt. 1” Charley Patton
    34:00 “Prayer of Death, Pt. 2” Charley Patton
    36:51 “Lord I'm Discouraged” Charley Patton
    39:59 “I'm Goin' Home” Charley Patton
    43:04 “Going to Move to Alabama” Charley Patton
    46:07 “Elder Greene Blues” Charley Patton
    49:10 “Circle Round the Moon” Charley Patton
    51:43 “Devil Sent the Rain Blues” Charley Patton
    54:41 “Mean Black Cat Blues” Charley Patton
    57:39 “Frankie & Albert” Charley Patton
    01:00:50 “Some These Days I'll Be Gone” Charley Patton
    01:04:07 “Green River Blues” Charley Patton
    01:07:17 “Hammer Blues” Charley Patton
    01:10:31 “Magnolia Blues” Charley Patton

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  • Oh Death

    2:51

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    Oh Death · Charley Patton · Bertha Lee

    Raw Pre-war Gospel (1926-36) - American Primitive, Volume 1

    ℗ Revenant

    Released on: 1997-10-21

    Artist: Bertha Lee
    Artist: Charley Patton

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  • Charley Patton Songs

    5:14

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  • Charlie Patton - Prayer of Death

    3:17

    Born in April 1891, between Edwards and Bolton in southern Mississippi, Charley Patton was the scrawny child of sharecropper parents. In 1900, his family moved 100 miles north to the Delta and the Will Dockery Plantation. There Patton fell under the spell of guitarist Henry Sloan and would follow him to gigs. By 1910, he had become proficient as a performer and songwriter, having already composed Down The Dirt Road Blues, a slow drag called Banty Rooster Blues, and his theme song Pony Blues.

    After the turn of the decade Patton began playing with Willie Brown, a guitarist who would later become a regular on his recordings. Patton's music began to exert considerable influence; guitarist Tommy Johnson had moved to the Dockery vicinity circa 1913 and was soon playing Delta blues including Patton's Pony Blues. Around 1914, Patton began playing his guitar with members of the Chatmon family, working picnics and frolics. Bo, Sam, and Lonnie Chatmon and guitarist Walter Vinson later would gain fame as the Mississippi Sheiks. Bo Chatmon also recorded many titles as soloist Bo Carter. Patton continued playing and rambling around the Delta, going north to Memphis and as far west as Arkansas and Louisiana. By 1926, a young Robert Johnson had begun following Patton and Brown to gigs trying to learn from the veteran guitarists.
    Patton made his first recording in June 1929, cutting fourteen songs for the Paramount label, all issued on 78s. Such was the success of his initial session that he was invited four months later to Paramount's new studio in Grafton, Wisconsin, where he recorded twenty-eight additional tunes. Patton's polyrhythmic picking, accompanied by tapping the body of the guitar, created an intricate dance melody that its author could play for thirty minutes or more. Son House, who recorded in a 1930 session that also featured Patton and Brown, recalled that Charley clowned for an audience by playing the guitar behind his back or between his knees. Patton included regional landmarks in his tunes - places that a local record-buying audience would be familiar with, including a Moorehead, Mississippi railroad crossing, Where The Southern Crosses The Dog, in Green River Blues and Parchman Farm in A Spoonful Blues.

    Howlin' Wolf, who moved to Dockery in 1926, recalled seeing Patton on the town square in Drew, not far from Dockery Plantation. Patton's hypnotic three-note songs also deeply influenced Clarksdale's John Lee Hooker, who recorded his own version of Patton's Pea Vine Blues. Bukka White also cited a desire to come to be a famous man, like Charley Patton, and demonstrated a similar knack for playing dance songs for extended periods. Patton's last recording session was in New York City in February 1934, two months before his death.

    Charley Patton died April 28, 1934, at 350 Heathman Street in Indianola, Mississippi. Patton's grave is located in Holly Ridge, Mississippi, and the tombstone acknowledges his pivotal role in the development of the Delta Blues.

  • Down The Dirt Road Blues CHARLEY PATTON

    2:58


    CHARLEY PATTON (1891-1934)
    Down The Dirt Road Blues (1929)

  • Down The Dirt Road Blues

    2:58

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    Down The Dirt Road Blues · Charlie Patton

    Founder of the Delta Blues

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  • Pony Blues

    3:02

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  • Charlie Patton High Water Everywhere, Pt 1

    3:09

    Straight Tearin' it up!

  • Shake It and Break It

    3:07

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    Shake It and Break It · Charley Patton

    Spoonful Blues

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    Released on: 2008-03-01

    Composer: Patton
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  • Rattlesnake Blues - Charlie Patton

    2:43

    Patton was the most influental blues guitarist and singer form the delta. He was characterized by his way of singing which is known as hollerin or shouting. He lived most part of his life, as many other mississippii blues singers, at the Dockery Farms. This man is the blues.

  • Charley Patton - Im Goin Home

    3:10

    From the Too Late, Too Late: More Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes Volume 2 (1897-1935)...Document Records DOCD-5216

    Recorded June 14, 1929, in Richmond, Indiana; Charley Patton, vocal and guitar; probably Buddy Boy Hawkins, second vocal...Originally issued on PM 12883 (78 RPM)

    Charley Patton's Paramount 12883 (Lord I'm Discouraged and I'm Goin' Home) dates from his first recording session in 1929. Both sides of this 78 were reissued on DOCD-5009, but for this anthology a 78 with far superiour sound quaility was available. Patton's last four tracks on this first session were all religious: PM 12799 was issued as by Elder J. J. Hadley, but the present 78 appeared under Patton's own name, in spite of the religious nature of the songs. Both songs are in Open G. I'm Going Home, was also recorded by Blind Willie Johnson and Lonnie McIntorsh as Take Your/A Stand. Patton had also sung part of this spiritual earlier in his Prayer Of Death - Part 1. In I'm Goin' Home, as in several songs of his first session, a second male voice is to be heard. This may well be Walter Buddy Boy Hawkins who had travelled with Patton in the train from Jackson, Mississippi to Richmond, Indiana, a journey of 750 miles. ~ Guido van Rijn, October 28, 1993 (from the liner notes)

    Photos: Semmes Chapel, Michigan City, Mississippi circa 1920, source: Dust-To-Digital; Rosetta Patton Brown, Duncan, Mississippi, 1996, by Bill Steber

  • Charlie Patton Highway

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    Charlie Patton Highway (Turn it Up, Pt. 1) · Robert Plant

    Charlie Patton Highway (Turn it Up, Pt. 1)

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    Producer: Buddy Miller
    Drums: Marco Giovino
    Electric Bass: Mike Poole
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    Keyboards: Mike Poole
    Mixer: Mike Poole
    Producer: Robert Plant
    Vocals: Robert Plant
    Composer: Giovino
    Composer: Miller
    Composer: Robert Plant

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  • Talkin Patton

    24:08

    A documentary short about Charley Patton included in the box set The Definitive Charley Patton - 75th Anniversary Edition

  • Charlie Patton - Some These Days Ill Be Gone

    3:19

    1929

  • Prayer of Death by Charley Patton

    3:11


    Prayer of Death by Charley Patton 1929

  • Shake it and break it - Danny Ward plays Charley Patton

    3:02

    This is the Charley Patton ragtimey song 'Shake it and Break it'.
    Like my previous upload 'Just Because' its in F position but I find this one easier to play because it doesn't have the difficult Bflat chord in it.
    I made up the 'up the neck' break where I slide up to C on the 5th fret then F on the 10th.

  • Charlie Patton Screamin and Hollerin the Blues

    3:09

    Charlie Patton
    Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues
    Recorded in 1929 for Paramount Records at Richmond, Indiana.

    Charlie Patton
    Birth: Between April 1887 & 1891
    Hinds County
    Mississippi, USA

    Death: Apr. 28, 1934
    Indianola
    Sunflower County
    Mississippi, USA
    Cause of death: Heart ailment

    Burial: Holly Ridge Cemetery
    Holly Ridge
    Sunflower County
    Mississippi, USA

    Charlie Patton was one of the first mainstream stars of the Delta blues genre. He is credited with creating an enduring body of American music such as the classic standards Pony Blues, Mississippi Boll Weevil Blues, A Spoonful Blues, Banty Rooster Blues and Down The Dirt Road. He died of heart disease on a plantation near Indianola, Mississippi. In 1990, musician John Fogerty bought Patton's grave marker. In 2003, his re-mastered boxed set recording Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues, won three Grammy Awards for Best Historical Album.

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  • Charlie Patton and Stella Guitars Bottleneck Slide Blues

    3:25

    I purchased this concert size 1930 Oscar Schmidt Stella guitar on ebay. It had no tuners. No nut. The original bridge was there, but the saddle was broken. The back was coming off, and reglued very poorly. Inside, the crack to the side was repaired, and cleated shut using Popsicle sticks and wooden clothes pins. Fortunately, it was remarkably well done and solid! No label inside, but it has Stella written on the headstock. My friend, Jimmy, a professional guitar builder, repaired all these issues, and restored this guitar back into a wonderful playable condition. These ladder braced guitars have amazing tone. Especially, in open tuning played with a Bottleneck.

  • Charlie Pattons 34 Blues - Delta Blues Guitar taught by Tom Feldmann

    15:46

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    In this lesson, Delta Blues Guitar, Tom Feldmann takes you to where it all began, Dockery Plantation, dubbed The Birthplace of the Blues and highlights the earliest recording artists that gave Dockery its legendary status: Charlie Patton, Son House, Willie Brown and Tommy Johnson. For details:

  • Pony Blues by Charley Patton

    3:16


    Pony Blues by Charley Patton 1929

  • Cristina Vane - Prayer of Death

    3:30

    This is in my top 3 favorite Charley Patton songs... legend

  • Lord, Im Discouraged CHARLEY PATTON, 1929 Delta Blues Guitar Legend

    3:04


    Lord, I'm Discouraged (1929)

  • Charley Patton-Going To Move To Alabama

    3:01

    Going To Move To Alabama


    October 1929

  • The influence of Charley Patton

    1:52

    Arena: American Epic – Episode 2, Blood and Soil takes a look at the stories of those early music pioneers whose names have largely been forgotten.

    In this clip American Blues musician Taj Mahal explains how Charley Patton captured the sounds and struggles of life in the Mississippi cotton fields.

  • Mississippi Delta Blues

    9:25

    blues

  • Rattlesnake Blues CHARLEY PATTON Classic Delta Blues Guitar

    2:43


    CHARLEY PATTON (1891-1934)
    Rattlesnake Blues (1929)

  • High Water Everywhere, Pt. 1 CHARLEY PATTON, 1929 Delta Blues Guitar Legend

    3:08


    High Water Everywhere, Pt. 1 (1929)

  • Down the Dirt Road Blues - Charley Patton

    3:04

    Getting' back to performing after a few year's hiatus. Took some videos out in the woodshed I thought I'd share. Course this one will always be a work in progress. Don't think 63 year-old hands could ever do what Charley did in his prime.

  • Robert Plant - Talks about Lockdown,Charlie Patton & Digging Deep Lp - Radio Broadcast 31/07/2020

    15:03

  • Pony Blues - Charley Patton

    2:52

    My debut performance of Charley's classic Pony Blues. This was the last Patton tune I worked on and I'll probably move on to other players for a while. House Concert 11/08.

  • Going to Move to Alabama

    3:03

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    Going to Move to Alabama · Charley Patton

    Spoonful Blues

    ℗ Wnts

    Released on: 2008-03-01

    Composer: Patton
    Music Publisher: D.R.

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  • Green River Blues CHARLEY PATTON Delta Blues Legend

    3:11


    Green River Blues (1929)
    CHARLIE PATTON (1891-1934)

  • Gomez - Charley Patton Songs

    5:09

    Artist: Gomez; Songname: Charley Patton Songs; Album: How We Operate

  • Delta Blues Mondays #30 - Green River Blues | TABS

    16:17

    Here's my attempt at teaching this amazing song by Charley Patton. I love Green River Blues, it has such an amazing groove to it. Check out the original here:


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  • Charley Patton - Spoonful Blues - Slide Guitar lesson / tutorial / cover with tablature

    2:16

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    How to play Spoonful Blues by Charley Patton.
    I'm playing in Open E tuning (E B E G# B E). It's a nice song to practice slide guitar and the right hand technique. This is a video lesson / tutorial with the tablature.

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  • Charley Patton-Moon Going Down

    3:10

    Moon Going Down

  • Charley Patton - Running Wild Blues

    2:57

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  • Charley Patton - Bird Nest Bound

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  • Charley Patton-Bird Nest Bound

    3:06

    Bird Nest Bound

  • Charley Patton Lesson: High Water Everywhere Pt. 1

    8:33

    An instructional video on how to play Charlie Patton's song which is similar to songs like Jinx Blues, Big Road Blues, Revenue Man, Love My Stuff and Future Blues.

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  • Rattlesnake Blues - Charley Patton

    2:56

    Miller Wise covers the Son Simms fiddle part on mando, with an added break on this debut performance of Patton's jilted lover blues. House Concert 11/08

  • Original Charley Patton 78 rpm record on Paramount label

    3:48

    Yes, this record is heavily worn! I wish it was better, but it has been the only Patton record I have been able to locate. It Won't Be Long / Down The Dirt Road If anyone has any Patton records in nice condition please post a video for us prewar blues lovers! Thanks

  • Charley Patton - Elder Greene Blues

    3:01

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  • Charley Patton - Pony Blues

    3:00

    Pony Blues by Charley Patton from the album The Roots of It All Acoustic Blues - The Definitive Collection, Vol. 1
    Released 2014-08-01 on Bear Family Records GmbH
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  • Charley Patton Rattlesnake Blues

    2:47

    Charley Patton, Mississippi Delta Blues Master with Henry Sims , Rattlesnake Blues, on Paramount 12924. The volume is low because this USB turntable has an LP sized stylus.. turn the volume up and enjoy

  • Troubled Bout My Mother CHARLEY PATTON Delta Blues Guitar Legend

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    Troubled 'Bout My Mother (1934)
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