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Playlist of SON HOUSE W/ BUDDY GUY

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    SON HOUSE W/ BUDDY GUY - MY BLACK MAMA - LIVE 1968

    3:19

    Sorry about the audio quality.

    This was recorded in 1968 at cbs studios in new york.

    Son House - Vocals and Guitar
    Buddy Guy - Guitar

    Hopefully this will get realeased soon.

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    SON HOUSE W BUDDY GUY - MY BLACK MAMA - LIVE 1968.flv

    3:19

    buddy guy and son house recorded in 1968 at cbs studios in new york

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    Son House, Buddy Guy, Camera Three

    28:45

    Complete footage, rec. 1968; Camera Three (CBS studio New York)

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    Son House with Buddy Guy: I Wish I Had My Whole Heart In My Hand

    4:36

    from Camera Three (CBS studio New York) 1968.

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    Son House Buddy Guy 1965 Camden Theater

    30:11

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    Historic Blues Harmonica Jam with Son House & Buddy Guy!

    3:23

    Step back to 1968 with me as I dare to sit in with Blues Legends Son House & Buddy Guy as they perform My Black Momma at CBS Studios in New York City.
    Even though the original video footage lacks a traditional beginning and end it more than compensates with an amazing performance!
    I accompany them playing my Hohner Pro Harp Harmonica in the Key of C unplugged. In addition to performing, I also conducted all research, videography and editing. Thank you for watching!

    If you would like a free audio copy of this song please contact me directly at clearspringswimmer@yahoo.com

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    The Jinx Blues, Pt 2 SON HOUSE Delta Blues Guitar Legend

    4:23

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    The Jinx Blues, Pt 2 (1942)
    SON HOUSE

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    Jeff Beck w. Buddy Guy - Let Me Love You - Madison Square Garden, NYC - 2009/10/29&30

    4:15

    25th ANNIVERSARY ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME CONCERT
    Jeff Beck w. Buddy Guy - Let Me Love You - Madison Square Garden, NYC - 2009/10/29&30

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    Son House Aint but one kind of blues.

    1:12

    And that consisted between male and female that's in love.

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    Son House-Empire State Express

    3:37

    Empire State Express

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    Son House - Scary Delta Blues

    4:45

    Music video by Son House performing Scary Delta Blues (Live).

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    Preachin the Blues aka Son House On Film, 1977

    14:41

    (1977) Son House: Preachin’ the Blues

    “In May 1975, an article about the documentary called ‘Son House on film’ appeared in an issue of a blues quarterly called ‘Whiskey, Women and…’. The article said that interviews had been done with “John Lee Hooker, Sonny Terry, Buddy Guy, Brownie McGhee, Junior Wells, Willie Dixon, and Dick Waterman.” More interviews were planned “with such blues notables as Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and Johnny Shines,” and furthermore “Arrangements are also being made for B.B. King to do the film’s narration track.” a photograph showed a young man sitting with Son and Evie on the steps of 61 Grieg Street with the caption saying it was the “Director Louis Villalon.” Mix had brought Villalon in the intervening year. Mix’s documentary was suspended after the Toronto festival for lack of money. Mix gave some of his footage to another young Rochester resident named Mark Brady. Brady transferred some of the 16mm footage to the cheaper video format and added some sequences on Grieg Street and Genesee Street. He subsequently made a 30-minute black and white video documentary about House that aired on the local public television affiliate in 1978, and then – rather like its subject – disappeared from view from almost twenty years.”
    - Daniel Beaumont, Preachin’ The Blues: The Life & Times of Son House, 2011

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    SON HOUSE - Levee Camp Blues

    3:13

    SON HOUSE - Levee Camp Blues.

    Eddie James Son House, Jr. (March 21, 1902 - October 19, 1988) was an American blues singer and guitarist. House pioneered an innovative style featuring strong, repetitive rhythms, often played with the aid of slide guitar, and his singing often incorporated elements of southern gospel and spiritual music.

    House was an important influence on Muddy Waters and also on Robert Johnson. A seminal Delta blues figure, he remains influential today, with his music being covered by blues-rock groups such as The White Stripes.

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    Son House - Empire State Express

    4:00

    Son House - Empire State Express

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    Buddy Guy: At Home and Acoustic

    3:20

    Seventh Hour Blues Magazine Presents Buddy Guy. Featuring Buddy at home talking about how he performs through the crowd and sometimes pays a visit to the Ladies room via his wireless guitar. Also included is a short clip of Buddy playing Big Leg Woman on Acoustic. A song he did with Muddy Waters on Muddy's album Folk Singer Get the whole video and interview with the purchase of the Buddy Guy issue of Seventh Hour Blues. Filmed by Anthony Sapienza.

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    Preachin the Blues aka Son House On Film, 1977

    14:20

    (1977) Son House: Preachin’ the Blues

    “In May 1975, an article about the documentary called ‘Son House on film’ appeared in an issue of a blues quarterly called ‘Whiskey, Women and…’. The article said that interviews had been done with “John Lee Hooker, Sonny Terry, Buddy Guy, Brownie McGhee, Junior Wells, Willie Dixon, and Dick Waterman.” More interviews were planned “with such blues notables as Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and Johnny Shines,” and furthermore “Arrangements are also being made for B.B. King to do the film’s narration track.” a photograph showed a young man sitting with Son and Evie on the steps of 61 Grieg Street with the caption saying it was the “Director Louis Villalon.” Mix had brought Villalon in the intervening year. Mix’s documentary was suspended after the Toronto festival for lack of money. Mix gave some of his footage to another young Rochester resident named Mark Brady. Brady transferred some of the 16mm footage to the cheaper video format and added some sequences on Grieg Street and Genesee Street. He subsequently made a 30-minute black and white video documentary about House that aired on the local public television affiliate in 1978, and then – rather like its subject – disappeared from view from almost twenty years.”
    - Daniel Beaumont, Preachin’ The Blues: The Life & Times of Son House, 2011

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    Son House - Pony Blues

    5:25

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    Walking Blues by Son House

    3:10

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Walking Blues by Son House 1941

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    HOWLIN WOLF - BUDDY GUY - MUDDY WATERS - FOOTAGE FROM EARLY 60S

    2:49

    This is footage from the early 60's. If i had to guess, this would be from 1963. You can see Howlin' Wolf, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters and Albert King.

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    SON HOUSE - Live in Seattle - Full Album

    1:2:46

    Son House - Live in Seattle (1968) - Full Concert.

    - Death Letter Blues
    - Goverment Fleet Blues
    - Empire State Express
    - I Want To Live (So God Can Use Me)
    - Preachin' Blues
    - Louise McGhee

    Eddie James Son House, Jr. (March 21, 1902 – October 19, 1988) was an American delta blues singer and guitarist, noted for his highly emotional style of singing and slide guitar playing.

    After years of hostility to secular music, as a preacher and for a few years also as a church pastor, he turned to blues performance at the age of 25. He quickly developed a unique style by applying the rhythmic drive, vocal power and emotional intensity of his preaching to the newly learned idiom. In a short career interrupted by a spell in Parchman Farm penitentiary, he developed to the point that Charley Patton, the foremost blues artist of the Mississippi Delta region, invited him to share engagements and to accompany him to a 1930 recording session for Paramount Records.

    Issued at the start of the Great Depression, the records did not sell and did not lead to national recognition. Locally, House remained popular, and in the 1930s, together with Patton's associate Willie Brown, he was the leading musician of Coahoma County. There he was a formative influence on Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters. In 1941 and 1942, House and the members of his band were recorded by Alan Lomax and John W. Work for the Library of Congress and Fisk University. The following year, he left the Delta for Rochester, New York, and gave up music.

    In 1964, a group of young record collectors discovered House, whom they knew of from his records issued by Paramount and by the Library of Congress. With their encouragement, he relearned his repertoire and established a career as an entertainer, performing for young, mostly white audiences in coffeehouses, at folk festivals and on concert tours during the American folk music revival, billed as a folk blues singer. He recorded several albums, and some informally taped concerts have also been issued as albums. House died in 1988.

    In addition to his early influence on Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, he was an inspiration to John Hammond, Alan Wilson (of Canned Heat), Bonnie Raitt, the White Stripes, Dallas Green and John Mooney.

    In 2017, his single, Preachin' the Blues was inducted in to the Blues Hall of Fame.

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    MUDDY WATERS W/ BUDDY GUY - NINETEEN YEARS OLD - LIVE 1963

    3:42

    This track was recorded live on July 26, 1963 from Big Bill's Copa Cabana. It was released in 1964 by chess records

    Muddy Waters - Vocals
    Buddy Guy - Guitar
    Jack Myers - Bass
    Fred Below - Drums
    Otis Spann - Piano
    Jerret Gibson - Tenor Sax
    Donald Hankins - Baritone Sax

    The cd is currently out of print, but you might find a copy at amazon.com



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    Sweet Home Chicago

    7:11

    Sweet Home Chicago is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics.

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    son house - walkin blues

    6:43

    son house - walkin blues

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    HOWLIN WOLF W/ BUDDY GUY - SUGAR MAMA - 1963 LIVE

    3:53

    This track was recorded live on July 26, 1963 from Big Bill's Copa Cabana. It was released in 1964 by chess records

    Howlin' Wolf - Vocals
    Buddy Guy - Guitar
    Jack Myers - Bass
    Fred Below - Drums
    Otis Spann - Piano
    Jerret Gibson - Tenor Sax
    Donald Hankins - Baritone Sax

    The cd is currently out of print, but you might find a copy at amazon.com



    Please go to my myspace page and check out some of my favorite young guitarist. Believe it or not, there's good music out there today.

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    Son House Death Letter Blues

    3:28

    Delta blues great Eddie Son House performs his classic Death Letter Blues. From the Vestapol DVD Legends of Country Blues Guitar, Vol. One. More info at

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    Son House - I Want To Go Home On The Morning Train - Blues

    2:54

    Eddie James Son House, Jr. (March 21, 1902 (?) - October 19, 1988) was an American blues singer and guitarist. House pioneered an innovative style featuring strong, repetitive rhythms, often played with the aid of slide guitar, and his singing often incorporated elements of southern gospel and spiritual music. House did not learn guitar until he was in his early twenties, as he had been churchified, and was determined to become a Baptist preacher. He associated himself with Delta blues musicians Charlie Patton and Willie Brown, often acting as a sideman. In 1930, House made his first recordings for Paramount Records during a session for Charlie Patton. However, these did not sell well due to the Great Depression, and he drifted into obscurity. He was recorded by John and Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress in 1941 and '42. Afterwords, he moved north to Rochester, New York, where he remained until his rediscovery in 1964, spurred by the American folk blues revival. Over the next few years, House recorded several studio albums and went on various tours until his death in 1988. His influence has extended over a wide area of musicians, including Robert Johnson, John Hammond, Alan Wilson (of Canned Heat), Bonnie Raitt, The White Stripes, and John Mooney.

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    Son House pt 1

    10:03

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    Billie Eilish - bad guy

    3:26

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    Son House Walking Blues

    3:01

    Part of the Son House field recordings made in 1941 and '42 by folklorist Alan Lomax, who toured the country with a crude 300-pound machine documenting all sorts of regional music.
    The '41 session took place in a general store near Memphis; with Son is his old partner Willie Brown, plus some local musicians. A major presence is Fiddlin' Joe Martin; his mandolin trills steady as the grainy voice tells his woe. Some girl cries at the Levee Camp; Martin does the weeping. Government Fleet is a simpler plaint: harp gets it going but up close is Son's guitar, thumping out a bassline.
    The first five tracks here -- all from the 1941 session -- are some of the most famous blues sides ever recorded. They feature House with his good friend Willie Brown on guitar, Joe Martin on fiddle and LeRoy Williams on harmonica. The format — raw Delta blues in a group setting — served as the inspiration for the Chicago blues bands of Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. In the background you can even hear a couple of steam locomotives roar by the trackside grocery store where the session took place. The remaining 10 tracks are solo performances with House in excellent form on slide guitar and vocals.

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    Son House pt 2

    14:56

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    Son House - Walkin Blues 1930

    3:14

    Son House - Walkin' Blues 1930
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    Son House - Preaching the Blues

    5:04

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    BUDDY GUY - texas blues

    3:17

    Buddy Guy, Buddy Miles, Chris Mercer 1969.

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    Eddie James Son House-Walking Blues

    6:49

    Walking Blues

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    Son House - Levee Camp Moan

    7:08

    Delta Blues And Spirituals By Son House

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    Son House - How to treat a man

    16:23

    Here's something for you 3 minute radio-pop listeners out there, relax and listen up, this is how it's done!

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    Son House - Death Letter Blues

    5:55

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    B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton Live in 2005

    6:59

    Buddy Guy was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 by friends, fellow Hall of Fame Inductees and blues guitar heroes B.B. King and Eric Clapton.

    That trio then performed Let Me Love You Baby in a knockout blues showcase where the mutual admiration and camaraderie was palpable and the charged playing singularly evocative. It's a Hall of Fame moment that – like the music of BB King – will always be treasured.

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    Son House - John The Revelator -Version Estudio

    2:33

    Son House - John The Revelator -Version EstudiO

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    8 year old guitar whiz Quinn Sullivan and Buddy Guy

    9:42

    The legendary blues guitar hero, Buddy Guy, invites 8 year old guitar whiz Quinn Sullivan on stage for an impromptu jam!!!
    myspace.com/quinnsullivan8

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    Son House John the revelator with Maddogwyatt

    3:42

    A capella vocal and clapping by Son House. Everything else played or sampled by Maddog

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    Son House -Original Death Letter Blues, titled Walkin Blues

    3:16

    Son House, Recorded in 1942 by Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress. The record titles it as Walking Blues, but as you can tell the lyrics eventually made up the bulk of 'Death Letter Blues'.
    Thought you Son House buffs might enjoy this.

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    Son House - live BBC recording 1970

    20:32

    Son House
    BBC Studios
    6th July 1970

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    Son House - Death Letter Blues

    4:35

    Music video by Son House performing Death Letter Blues (Live).

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    Son House - Depot Blues

    2:54

    Son House singing his song, Depot Blues from Library Of Congress: 1941-1942 Sessions. Son House (1902-1988) is considered to be one of the last of the old blues men. He played & wrote with Robert Johnson & has influenced several generations of blues musicians. Enjoy. A great short bio with personal info - it's not just the 'cut & dry' info:
    · 1.

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    Son House tells us how to make the blues

    2:47

    Son House tells us how to make the blues

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    Son House - Full Live Performance

    24:59

    A classic clip of Son House performing; I've edited it to be shown in its entirety.

    Watch, and be amazed, by the late, the great: Eddie James Son House!

    Songs are:
    Death Letter Blues
    John the Revelator
    Preachin' the Blues
    I Wanna Live so God Can Use Me

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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    Son House - Death Letter Blues

    3:29

    Enough said.

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    Buddy Guy - My Mother

    2:36

    b/w Mother-In-Law Blues

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    Son House - BBC Session July 11, 1970 - My Good Gal

    8:53

    I just wanted to share this 3 amazing records from Son House with you. Recorded on the 11.06.1970 in the John Peel's Top Gear Show.

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