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Playlist of Larry Davis (blues musician)

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    Larry Davis & The Blues Survivors

    1:19:59

    1 Instru
    2 Band Intros
    3 Instru
    4 Mr Soundman
    5 Next Time You See Me
    6
    7 Just A Little Bit
    8 Texas Flood
    9 Lucille
    10 The Sky Is Crying
    11 Set 2 Opening Tune
    12 Its My Own Fault
    13 Crosscut Saw
    14 Stormy Monday

    Grover Mooney - drums
    Marshall Wood - bass
    Peter Ward - guitar
    David Maxwell - piano
    Larry Davis - guitar & Vocals

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    Texas Flood / Larry Davis

    2:41

    1958 original

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    Larry Davis - Live

    47:09

    From ''Larry Davis – Live at JB Hutto'' album ( 1980)

    Setlist:

    1- Everyday I have the blues
    Medley *:
    2- Stormy Monday *
    3- Cummins prison farm *
    4- Sweet sixteen
    5- Just a little bit
    6- Goin' down slow
    7- Walking the back street & crying
    8- Summer time
    9- As the years go passing by
    10- Sad memories
    11 – The thrill is gone

    Larry Davis / guitar & vocals; Other credits unknown...

    Larry Davis, born in Kansas city (December 4th 1944), passed away in Los Angeles on April 19th 1994.

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    Larry Davis ~ As The Years Go Passing By 1968

    3:16

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1968
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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    Larry Davis - 102nd St Blues.wmv

    4:24

    Here's a nice funky / bluesy groove Larry & I put together back in '92 in Memphis. He was a great singer & friend as well as a unique stylist on guitar. 'Sooner or Later' album.

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    LARRY DAVIS

    9:15

    LARRY DAVIS LIVE IN HARTFORD,CT. 1987.LARRY DAVIS-GUITAR-VOCAL.JJ JACKSON-SAX.JAMES CLOYD-BASS.PERDIS WILSON-DRUMS.JIMMY WOLF-GUITAR

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    Larry Davis & the Blues Survivors - Nightstage, Cambridge MA. 1986

    1:19:59

    Larry Davis - Guitar & Vocals
    David Maxwell - Piano
    Peter Ward - Guitar
    Grover Mooney - Drums
    Marshall Wood - Bass


    1
    2 Band Intros
    3
    4
    5 Next Time You See Me
    6 How Could You Do It To Me
    7 Teeny Weeny Bit
    8 Texas Flood
    9 Lucille
    10 The Sky is Crying
    11
    12 Its My Own Fault
    13 Crosscut Saw
    14 Stormy Monday

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    Larry Davis ~ Giving Up On Love 1985

    5:59

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1985
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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    Everyday I Have The Blues - Larry Davis

    3:36

    Everyday I Have The Blues - Larry Davis

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    LARRY DAVIS

    9:02

    LIVE AT HARTFORD JAZZ SOCIETY HARTFORD,CT.1987 LARRY DAVIS-GUITAR & VOCAL. JAMES CLOYD-BASS. PERDIS WILSON-DRUMS. JJ JACKSON-SAX. JIMMY WOLF-GUITAR.

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    Texas Flood written by Larry Davis 1958

    7:48

    Big Five (six here) at the Blues Review a lost video found again. Guest Buffalo Saunders on bass.?E

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    Steve Lukater & Larry Carlton - All Blues

    14:09

    Steve Lukater & Larry Carlton - All Blues

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    Larry Davis ~ Little Bluebird 1992

    6:00

    Modern Electric Texas Blues 1992
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    Larry Davis - vocals, lead guitar
    James Rudy - piano
    Thomas Bingham - rhythm guitar
    George Journigan - 5-string bass
    Ron Levy - organ
    Curtis Steele - drums
    The Memphis Horns :
    Andrew Love - tenor saxophone, Wayne Jackson - trumpet, trombone
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    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
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    Texas Flood @ Artists In The Woods 2016

    2:31

    A fan filmed video of Jake Quincey performing his own solo arrangement of the popular blues standard 'Texas Flood' at 'Artists In The Woods 2016'.

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    The FULL TILT BOOGIE Band TEXAS FLOOD by Larry Davis

    7:18

    Texas style blues tune made famous by Stevie Ray Vaughan & written by Larry Davis.

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    Texas Flood solo arrangement

    3:00

    British musician Jake Quincey performs his part improvised solo arrangement of the blues classic 'Texas Flood' made famous in 1983 as the track of Stevie Ray Vaughan's debut album 'Texas Flood'.

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    The Thrill Is Gone - Larry Davis

    3:01

    The Thrill Is Gone - Larry Davis

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    Just A Little Bit - Larry Davis

    3:46

    Just A Little Bit - Larry Davis

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    Going Down Slow - Larry Davis

    8:11

    Going Down Slow - Larry Davis

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    ♫ Matthew Davidson ♫ TEXAS FLOOD ♫ STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN ♫ LARRY DAVIS ♫12/31/14 ♫

    7:41

    PHOTO ALBUM OF THIS EVENT:

    Matthew reunites with his old band members at Superior Grill in Shreveport.
    ***********************************************
    Matthew Davidson is a Shreveport musician who is currently 16 years old. His band ( Here, Riley Grisham on bass and Kyle McClanahan on drums and Greg Walton on keys) is one of Shreveport's most active and prolific, playing all across the South, from Dallas to Nashville. They have over 300 performances under their belt. Matthew has been inducted into Robert Johnson's Brotherhood of the Guitar, he has appeared in the Guitar Center catalog, was part of Kidd Kraddick's Rock Camp in 2011, and has played at Jazz Fest twice. He attends the same high school in Shreveport that Kenny Wayne Shepherd attended, and was honored to play on stage with Kenny, at the 59twenty Music Festival in Meridian MS. Matthew's first CD was produced by famed guitarist Joe Osborn, who played often with Elvis and Ricky Nelson, among many others, and who discovered The Carpenters. Joe is a friend and mentor of Matthew. Matthew just released an EP (Cross My Heart) with original songs composed by Matthew, and Matthew and Greg Walton. He has won numerous awards and prizes in his four years as a public performer. His latest achievement / honor was to have been the opening act for Austin Mahone in Baton Rouge on July 12th, 2014. Matthew is a seasoned blues performer, excels at playing pop songs, and is a gifted songwriter. Please check out the many other videos I have up of him and share anything you like. There are links below to a few of the stories on Matthew on the internet, and links to his sites right below here. Booking info too!
    ♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫♫
    Booking info for Matthew can be obtained from:Ella Davidson (318) 286-4636 Email: ella@matthewdavidson.net

    MATTHEW'S SITES:






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    Larry Davis sings Hallelujah live at Paolis

    4:06

    Larry Davis sings Hallelujah live at Paolis

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    Larry Davis ~ Goin Out West 1992

    6:06

    Modern Electric Texas Blues 1992
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    Larry Davis - vocals, lead guitar
    James Rudy - piano
    Thomas Bingham - rhythm guitar
    George Journigan - 5-string bass
    Ron Levy - organ
    Curtis Steele - drums
    The Memphis Horns :
    Andrew Love - tenor saxophone, Wayne Jackson - trumpet, trombone
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
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    C Blues - Larry Carlton with Robben Ford,Montreux Jazz Fes 2007

    5:00

    Montreux Jazz Festival 2007 at Miles Davis Hall

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    Summer Time - Larry Davis

    3:56

    Summer Time - Larry Davis

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    THE RAWKAFELLAS Marco Ciardullo covering Texas flood from Larry Davis/SRV

    7:18

    Marco Ciardullo, Carmine D'Auria, Darryl Brown
    covering texas flood from Larry Davis /SRV
    The pour house hamilton on march 24 2018
    members from Stir of echoes

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    Ryan Heffner- Texas Flood

    2:39

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    Harmonica Hank & Larry Davis have the blues!

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    jamming in Winter Haven, Florida

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    Trying to call my baby Ramblin Hi Harris

    2:13

    TEXAS BLUES !!! Roots Version of Stevie Ray Vaughan's Texas Flood !
    (Original by by Larry Davis Released at Houston, Texas, 1958 with Fenton Robinson on Guitar and the great Louisiana piano player, James Booker)

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood

    5:24

    Texas Flood - Words & Music by Larry Davis and Joseph W. Scott.

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    Landslide Kenny / Texas Flood Jimmie Vaughan Larry Davis cover

    4:37

    Whisky River Session 2015
    Landslide Kenny / Texas Flood

    Landslide Kenny : Vocal & Guitars
    Nao Takegawa : Drums
    D.T. Mac : Sax
    Hitoshi Boss Sasaki : Bass

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    Pride And Joy - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

    3:38

    Pride And Joy was the second track on the debut album from American blues-rock band Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Texas Flood. One of his most famous tracks, parts of the solos are from another of the band's songs, I'm Cryin'. Vaughan wrote this song for his wife at that time, Lenora, but she thought it was written about a former girlfriend of his, so he wrote another song for her, Lenny. Texas Flood was released on June 13, 1983 by Epic Records. The album was named after a cover featured on the album, Texas Flood, first recorded by blues singer Larry Davis in 1958. Produced by the band and recording engineer Richard Mullen, it was recorded in only three days at Jackson Browne's personal recording studio in Los Angeles. Vaughan wrote six of the ten tracks on Texas Flood, including Pride And Joy. Stephen 'Stevie' Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 -- August 27, 1990) was an American guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and a notable recording artist. Often referred to by his initials, SRV, he is best known as the leader of the blues rock band Double Trouble, with whom he recorded four studio albums. Influenced by guitarists of various genres, Vaughan emphasized intensity and emotion in his guitar playing, and favored vintage guitars and amplifiers. He became one of the leading blues-rock musicians, encompassing multiple styles including jazz and ballads. Born and raised in Dallas, Texas as the younger brother of Jimmie Vaughan, he moved to Austin at the age of 17 and formed the band Triple Threat Revue, that evolved into a band called Double Trouble, in 1978. Accompanied by drummer Chris Layton, bassist Tommy Shannon, and later, keyboardist Reese Wynans, Vaughan became an important figure in Texas blues, a loud, swing-driven fusion of blues and rock. Despite the breakthrough success of Double Trouble's debut Epic album, Texas Flood (1983), Vaughn entered a period of alcohol and drug addiction. In 1986, he successfully completed rehabilitation and released the album In Step in 1989. On August 27, 1990, while departing a concert venue by helicopter in East Troy, Wisconsin, Vaughan was killed when the helicopter crashed into the side of a ski hill. His death triggered a global outpouring of grief, and as many as 3,000 people reportedly attended his public memorial service in Dallas. Vaughan was highly rated as a performer and is considered to be one of the greatest guitarists of all time. He has received critical recognition for his guitar playing, ranked at #7 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of 100 Greatest Guitarists in 2003. and ranked #3 on Classic Rock magazine's list of 100 Wildest Guitar Heroes in 2007. Vaughan won six Grammy Awards, including Best Contemporary Blues Performance for In Step. Vaughan was posthumously inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2000 and won five W.C. Handy Awards. As of 2012, Vaughan has sold over 11.5 million albums with Double Trouble. This channel is dedicated to the classic rock hits that have become part of the history of our culture. The incredible AOR tracks that define music from the late 60s, the 70s and the early 80s . . . Classic Rock is here!

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    The GR&BC Blues Jammers: Texas Flood

    5:47

    The GR&BC Blues Jammers performing Texas Flood (Larry Davis & Joseph Scott) at the Gippsland Rhythm & Blues Club Inc. May 2018 Blues jam, at The Yallourn/Newborough RSL, Newborough Victoria, Australia. Sunday the 27th of May, 2018.
    L-R: Ning Hopkins, Paul Buck Buchanan, Peter Pedro Gray, Gilbert Ricketts & Ray Woolley.
    Video © 2018 Michael E. Granat.

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    Landslide Kenny Texas Flood Jimmie Vaughan Larry Davis Cover

    5:06

    Whisky River Session 20150808

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    Texas Flood-Bill Leger

    5:29

    Bill Leger is a long time musician, guitarist from the Cincinnati area. Here, he and his band are jamming on a classic from Stevie Ray Vaughan , Texas Flood, which was originally done by Larry Davis in 1958. Bill and his band cover many classic rock and blues songs. For booking or contact information, email Bill at BillLeger440@gmail.com

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    Texas Flood

    5:17

    This is the Backing Track for Lead Guitar and Vocals of Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble.
    Texas Flood was originally written by Larry Davis and Joe Scott, and it was one of four covers Stevie did for his debut album named after this song.
    Chris Layton (Double Trouble's drummer) recalls that Davis was brought by Albert King several times to the club where they played, the same place where Stevie was attracted to the intriguing guitar parts.
    Vaughan recorded the song pretty much as the original version with the exception of adding several twelve-bar blues sections, over which he showcased his amazing guitar chops.
    Texas Flood was released on June 13, 1983, bringing new life to the blues.
    The song is in Stevie's favorite tuning, Half Step Down (Eb-Ab-Db-Gb-Bb-Eb).
    I hope you enjoy it and have a blast playing along!
    If you like the Track please like the video and subscribe to the channel to get new great backing tracks twice a month!
    Let me know what you think in the comment section below, it really means a lot to me.
    Cheers!

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    Flat Top Reed Band performing Larry Daviss song Texas Flood

    10:18

    Flat Top Reed Band (Paul Harschman, John Anglim, Seth Strickland, Danny Arellano) and Friends(Kellen Michael and Hugh Plumleigh) playing live at Fruita Thursday Night Concert Series 2015.

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    Larry Davis ~ Teardrops 1985

    7:37

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1985
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
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    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

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    Amazing Performance by Gary Clark Jr. - When My Train Pulls In

    11:45

    Amazing Performance by Gary Clark Jr. at Glastonbury, 26 June 2016

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    Willie Nelson & Family - Texas Flood

    9:51

    Willie Nelson & Family perform Larry Davis' Texas Flood at Farm Aid 2017 at KeyBank Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, on September 16.

    Farm Aid was started by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp in 1985 to keep family farmers on the land and has worked since then to make sure everyone has access to good food from family farmers. Dave Matthews joined Farm Aid's board of directors in 2001.

    For more information about Farm Aid, visit:

    Farm Aid's performances are donated by the artists in order to raise funds and raise awareness for family farmers. They've raised their voices to help — what can you do?

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    TEXAS FLOOD

    5:37

    Songwriter : Larry Davis

    I do not own or claim any rights to this song. This performance only for entertainment under fair use.

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    String Theory School of Music - David Askew - Texas Flood by Larry Davis

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    String Theory student David Askew performs Texas Flood with instructor Chris Leigh at our May coffee house.

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    Texas Flood Live Performance by Devils River, Larry Davis Tribute SRV Stevie Ray Vaughan

    4:15

    Go on be a Devil!

    Its floodin' down in Texas...all of the telephone lines are down....
    Recorded in a rockin' afternoon session where we laid out a live set of 18 songs on a Zoom R24 and some web cams.
    Sailor Jerry was keepin' us company as the rarely spotted winged heart landed and kept an eye on proceedings.

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    the blues with larry davis and steve boutte at the partay

    2:25

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    Texas Flood - One Man Band - Cover

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    Grubby performs and acoustic cover of Larry Davis' 1958 Blues hit Texas Flood on guitar, harmonica, percussion, and vocal ALL AT ONCE!!!

    While the most famous and popular version of this song is the 1983 version recorded by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, the Austin City Limits Live version of which is still one of the most amazing performances I've ever seen, credit must be given to the originator, Larry Davis, without whom Stevie Ray and countless others wouldn't have had the material to glorify in the first place.

    I only hope my stripped down version stands up to some of those previous versions.

    Note: The harmonica in the first verse mimics the out of service signal to accentuate the line, All the telephone lines are down, and the harmonica in the last verse mimics the sound of a chugging train and its whistle to accentuate the line, I'm leavin' you baby, and I'm goin' back home to stay. These fun little expressions are meant to both enhance the lyrical intent of the song AND demonstrate the wonderfully expressive versatility of the harmonica itself. Enjoy!

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    Texas Flood- Ashesh Trio

    5:15

    Texas Flood by Larry Davis
    Made famous by Stevie Ray and Double Trouble
    Performed by Ashesh Trio in
    Barrelhouse South, Savannah, Georgia, USA 2019

    Ashesh Dangol: Guitar/ Vocal
    Brandon Coleman: Bass
    Rhett Coleman: Drums

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    Texas Flood Full Song All Guitar Licks

    5:22

    This video covers the late great Stevie Ray Vaughan's Texas Flood in it's entirety, all guitar licks. In this slow form of the 12 bar blues, besides covering the G minor pentatonic scale, SRV emphasizes the 6 note on the G chord (G6), as well as the C9, often played with just the G bass note and the 7th and 9th, without the 3rd or 5th. What makes that a C9 is that the bass guitar is on the C bass, which is the root note as we know the 12 bar blues. Lastly on the D SRV also emphasizes the D9, with an emphasis on the 5th note.

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    Smokestack plays Texas Flood

    6:40

    Texas Flood by Larry Davis (No not SRV)
    Performed by SmokeStack Lightning
    @ Camp America for St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast
    April 27, 2013
    Dan Blomquist, Alex Poteet, Mark Bittinger, and Ed Krehbiel are Smokestack. Recorded by Meatball
    Follow us on Twitter @RealSmokestack Reverbnation.com & Facebook

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    A Tribute To Texas Blues Guitarists

    13:16

    I do not own the copyrights to the recordings used within this clip, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for historical and educational purposes only

    Since YouTube has expanded it's range to 15-minute clips, I decided to deviate from the norm and do something different. There are 50 Texas blues guitarists featured here from 1925 to the present. There's a few that I'm sure I missed but I have included legends from the past as well as some modern guitar slingers that's out there playing the blues in the clubs, the joints, and the festivals today. I deeply regret the omission of Long John Hunter after I had saved a picture of him.

    THE PHOTOS:
    Blind Lemon Jefferson (1897-1929) (Coutchman, Near Wortham)
    Blind Willie Johnson (1902-1947) (Marlin)
    Willard Ramblin' Thomas (1902-1945) (Logansport, LA.)
    Henry Ragtime Texas Thomas (1874-c. 1950's) (Big Sandy)
    J.T. Funny Papa Smith (c. 1890's-c.1940's) (Texas) (No photo available)
    George Little Hat Jones (1899-1981) (Bowie County)
    B.K. Turner aka Black Ace (1907-1972) (Hughes Springs)
    Aaron T-Bone Walker (1910-1975) (Linden)
    Sam Lightnin' Hopkins (1912-1982) (Centerville)
    John Hogg (1912-?) (Westconnie, near Nacogdoches)
    Melvin Lil' Son Jackson (1915-1976) (Tyler)
    Frankie Lee Sims (1917-1970) (New Orleans, LA.)
    Andrew Smokey Hogg (1914-1960) (Westconnie, near Nacogdoches)
    Clarence Gatemouth Brown (1924-2005) (Vinton, LA.)
    Lowell Fulson (1921-1999) (Tulsa, OK.)
    Connie Pee Wee Crayton (1914-1985) (Rockdale)
    Lester Williams (1920-1990) (Groveton)
    Texas Johnny Brown (?-) (Houston)
    A.D. ZuZu Bollin (1922-1990) (Frisco)
    Freddie King (1934-1976) (Gilmer)
    Weldon Juke Boy Bonner (1932-1978) (Bellville)
    Johnny Guitar Watson (1935-1996) (Houston)
    Harding Hop Wilson (1922-1975) (Grapeland)
    Oscar Wills aka T.V. Slim (1916-1969) (Houston)
    Clarence Green (1937-1997) (Houston)
    Cal Green (1937-2004) (Dayton)
    Johnny Copeland (1937-1997) (Haynesville, LA.)
    Clarence Holliman (?-?) (Houston)
    Larry Davis (1936-1994) (Kansas City, KS.)
    Albert Collins (1932-1993) (Leona)
    Mance Lipscomb (1895-1976) (Navasota)
    Joe Guitar Hughes (1938-2003) (Houston)
    Little Joe Washington (?-) (Houston)
    Johnny Winter (1944-) (Beaumont)
    Bugs Henderson (1943-) (Palm Springs, CA.)
    Billy Gibbons (1950-) (Houston)
    Denny Freeman (1944-) (Orlando, FL.)
    W.C. Clark (1939-) (Austin)
    Jimmie Vaughan (1953-) (Dallas)
    Stevie Ray Vaughan (1955-1990) (Oak Cliff)
    Anson Funderburgh (1954-) (Plano)
    Mike Morgan (1959-) (Dallas)
    Smokin' Joe Kubek (1956-) (Grove City, PA.)
    Gary B.B. Coleman (1947-1994) (Paris)
    Hash Brown (?-) (Dallas)
    Andrew Blues Boy Jones (1950-) (Dallas)
    Chris Duarte (1963-) (San Antonio)
    Mark May (?-) (Houston)
    Wes Jeans (1981-) (Marshall)

    THE RECORDINGS:
    Black Ace-Black Ace (Composed by B.K. Turner) (1937)

    Lightnin' Hopkins-Someday Baby (Composed by Sleepy John Estes & Hammie Nixon) (1947)

    Pee Wee Crayton-Win-O (Composed by Pee Wee Crayton) (1954)

    Cal Green-Green's Blues (Composed by Cal Green) (1958)

    T.V. Slim:Gravy Round Your Steak (Composed by Oscar Wills) (1960)

    A special thanks to all of my friends and subscribers on YouTube, Broadband, answers.com, wikipedia.com, The Blues Who's Who by Sheldon Leonard, Mountain Dew, Hill Country Fare Grape Drink, Pall Mall Red 100's, and all of the musicians that's out there keeping the blues alive!

    Peace,

    Mike

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    Larry Davis - Down Home Funk

    5:13

    A slow burning soul groover from '75 with nice use of mellotron (or maybe the cheaper version known as a chamberlain.)

    from True Soul Volume 2 - Deep Sounds from the Left of Stax which documents the little known True Soul label from Little Rock, Arkansas.

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    All Blues

    6:58

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    All Blues · Peter Frampton Band · Larry Carlton

    All Blues

    ℗ A Universal Music Enterprises release; ℗ 2019 Phenix Phonograph, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2019-06-07

    Producer, Associated Performer, Electric Guitar, Vocals: Peter Frampton
    Producer: Chuck Ainlay
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar: Larry Carlton
    Associated Performer, Piano, Background Vocalist: Rob Arthur
    Associated Performer, Electric Guitar, Background Vocalist: Adam Lester
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Dan Wojciechowski
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: David Labruyere
    Composer Lyricist: Miles Davis

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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