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  • Scrapper Blackwell - Nobody Knows You When Youre Down and Out

    5:05

    Scrapper Blackwell - Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out

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  • Scrapper Blackwell ~ Blues Before Sunrise

    5:10

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  • Scrapper Blackwell - Goin Where The Monon Crosses The Yellow Dog

    4:49

    'Art Of Field Recording Volume II'

  • Bad Liquor Blues 2000 - Scrapper Blackwell

    55:37

    Label: Catfish Records - KATCD152
    Format: CD
    Country: UK
    Released: 2000

    Song Lsit:
    【00:00】01 - Kokomo Bles
    【03:04】02 - Penal Farm Blues
    【06:27】03 - Be-Da-Da-Bum
    【09:59】04 - Back Door Blues
    【12:51】05 - Morning Mail Blues
    【16:17】06 - Down South Blues
    【18;17】07 - D Blues
    【22:03】08 - Blues That Make Me Cry
    【25:19】09 - Wayback Blues
    【28:12】10 - A Blues
    【*****】11 - Motherless Boy Blues
    【*****】12 - Alley Sally Blues
    【31:18】13 - Blue Day Blues
    【34:06】14 - Texas Stomp
    【37:35】15 - Troubles Blues Pt. 1
    【40:39】16 - Trouble Blues Pt. 2
    【43:41】17 - Non Skin Tread
    【46:53】18 - Hard Time Blues
    【49:45】19 - My Old Pal Blues
    【52:47】20 - Bad Liquor Blues
    【*****】21 - Rambling Blues

    Musicians:
    ・Scrapper Blackwell (Guitar, Vocals)

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  • Scrapper Blackwell - The Best Of

    46:11

    Scrapper Blackwell - The Best Of (Full Album / Album complet)
    Abonnez-vous à la chaîne (Subscribe now) « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

    00:00 “Kokomo Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    03:03 “Down South Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    06:01 “Hard Time Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    08:52 “Back Door Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    11:43 “Penal Farm Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    15:07 “Papa's Got Your Water On” Scrapper Blackwell
    18:19 “Wrong Man Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    21:34 “Christmas In Jail, Ain't That A Pain” Scrapper Blackwell
    24:47 “The Dirty Dozen” Scrapper Blackwell
    27:39 “Gettin' All Wet” Scrapper Blackwell
    31:06 “Papa Wants A Cookie” Scrapper Blackwell
    33:50 “Blue With The Blues” Scrapper Blackwell
    37:17 “Let's Disagree” Scrapper Blackwell
    40:12 “That's Tellin'em” Scrapper Blackwell
    43:12 “Carried Water For The Elephant” Scrapper Blackwell

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  • Little Boy Blue

    3:08

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Little Boy Blue · Scrapper Blackwell

    Mr. Scrapper's Blues

    ℗ 1962 Prestige/Bluesville Records

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Scrapper Blackwell

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Nobody Knows You When Youre Down And Out

    4:59

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out · Scrapper Blackwell

    Mr. Scrapper's Blues

    ℗ 1962 Prestige/Bluesville Records

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocals: Scrapper Blackwell
    Composer Lyricist: James Cox

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  • Nobody Knows When Youre Down And Out

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out · Scrapper Blackwell

    Scrapper Blackwell 1959-1960

    ℗ 1994 Document Records

    Released on: 2005-06-14

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kokomo Blues

    3:05

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Kokomo Blues · Scrapper Blackwell

    The Virtuoso Guitar Of Scrapper Blackwell

    ℗ Yazoo

    Released on: 2006-05-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Scrapper Blackwell A Blues

    3:58

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes

    For information about this artist, please visit the website:



    Composed by Scrapper Blackwell

    Francis Scrapper Blackwell:Guitar

    Recorded in Indianapolis, IN. July, 1961

    Originally issued on the 1962 album Scrapper Blackwell:Mr. Scrapper's Blues) (Prestige/Bluesville BV1047) (LP)

    This recording taken from the 1998 CD The Bluesville Years Vol. 9:Down The Country Way

  • Shady Lane

    5:27

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Shady Lane · Scrapper Blackwell

    Mr. Scrapper's Blues

    ℗ 1962 Prestige/Bluesville Records

    Released on: 2001-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Scrapper Blackwell
    Composer Lyricist: Leroy Carr
    Composer Lyricist: Franklin

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  • Blues In E Scrapper Blackwell Style Solo Blues Guitar Hideo Date A=432Hz 1934 Martin 0-17

    4:16

    The world needs healing now so how about A=432Hz music while you're staying at home?
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    Online lessons by zoom are available so please let me know if you are interested. datehideo@yahoo.com

    Jazz guitarist Hideo Date demonstrates the 1934 Martin 0-17.
    He plays blues in E. Scrapper Blackwell style.
    No intention to copy any of his tunes at all but rather to play blues with his signature sound.

  • Whiskey Man Blues

    3:17

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Whiskey Man Blues · Scrapper Blackwell

    The Virtuoso Guitar Of Scrapper Blackwell

    ℗ Yazoo

    Released on: 2006-05-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Scrapper Blackwell Little boy blue

    4:45

    Blackwell was born in Syracuse, North Carolina, United States as one of sixteen children of Payton and Elizabeth Blackwell. Part Cherokee, he grew up and spent most of his life in Indianapolis, Indiana. Blackwell was given the nickname, Scrapper, by his grandmother, due to his fiery nature.[3] His father played the fiddle, but Blackwell was a self-taught guitarist, building his first guitar out of cigar boxes, wood and wire. He also learned the piano, occasionally playing professionally. By his teens, Blackwell was a part-time musician, traveling as far as Chicago. Known for being withdrawn and hard to work with, Blackwell established a rapport with pianist Leroy Carr, whom he met in Indianapolis in the mid-1920s, creating a productive working relationship. Carr convinced Blackwell to record with him for the Vocalion label in 1928;[4] the result was How Long, How Long Blues, the biggest blues hit of that year.

  • Kokomo Blues

    3:05

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Kokomo Blues (1928) · Scrapper Blackwell

    Back To The Crossroads: The Roots Of Robert Johnson

    ℗ Shanachie Ent. Corp.

    Released on: 2013-01-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mr Scrappers Blues

    2:52

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Mr Scrapper's Blues · Scrapper Blackwell

    Scrapper Blackwell Vol. 1 (1928-1932)

    ℗ 1992 Document Records

    Released on: 2005-09-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kokomo Blues Baby Dont You Want to Go Scrapper Blackwell

    3:28


    Kokomo Blues by Scrapper Blackwell 1928

  • Midnight Hour Blues - Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell

    3:04

    This was issued on Vocalion March 16 1932. Robert Johnson was known to be an admirer of Scrappers guitar playing.

    In the wee midnight hours, long before the break of day
    When the blues creep up on you, and carry your mind away

    While I lay in my bed, and cannot go to sleep
    While my heart's in trouble, and my mind is thinking deep

    My mind was running, back to days of long ago
    And the one I love, I don't see her anymore

    Blues why do you worry me, why do you stay so long
    You come to me yesterday, been with me all night long

    I've been so worried, I didn't know what to do
    So I guess that's why, I've had these midnight hour blues

  • Scrapper Blackwell - Mix That Thing - 1932

    2:58

    Some excellent blues from Scrapper Blackwell and Black Bottom McPhail, Mix That Thing
    recorded, March 17, 1932
    Scrapper Blackwell, Guitar
    Black Bottom McPhail, Vocal

  • Scrapper Blackwell - My Old Pal Blues

    3:02

    Scrapper Blackwell - My Old Pal Blues

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  • Scrapper Blackwell - Nobody Knows When Youre Down And Out slight remaster

    5:05

    Scrapper Blackwell - Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out

  • Nobody Knows You When Youre Down and Out Cover

    2:36

    Help me keep going! Acoustic Blues Guitar Lessons
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    Jim Bruce presents blues guitar lessons across all styles and major artists. Ragtime blues, Delta, Chicago Swing, Bottleneck, Piedmont - from Texas To The Delta







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  • Scrapper Blackwell - Shady Lane

    5:26

  • Scrapper Blackwell - Cherry

    3:27

    Scrapper Blackwell - Cherry
    rec. June 4, 1958 in Indianapolis, IN by Art Rosenbaum; Scrapper Blackwell, voc, g
    ... this recording first published on and taken from Flyright LP 523 (UK 1977) Indianapolis Jump --- never re-released on CD!

    source of Scrapper Blackwell photo: Article in Indianapolis Recorder, Indianapolis, Marion County, October 17, 1959, photographer's name not given

    Scrapper Blackwell discography at
    Flyright Records discography at

  • Ragtime and Blues Guitar - Blues Before Sunrise - Scrapper Blackwell

    5:29

    Blues Guitar Lessons

    Click here to download a free guitar lesson video

    Classic Blues Guitar Video Site


    Jim's Complete Blues & Ragtime Fingerpicking Guitar Course presents a series of comprehensive video lessons with full guitar tab, which will teach you to play fingerstyle acoustic blues, ragtime and slide guitar, in the style of legendary bluesmen such as Blind Blake, Big Bill Broonzy, and Robert Johnson.

    Jim's clear, concise, and focused teaching style breaks down the most complicated musical passages into bite size pieces that are accessible to all players ... his teaching has changed the way I play blues guitar !
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    CS (Blue in Vermont)
    Vergennes, Vermont, USA

  • Nobody Knows You When Youre Down & Out

    6:40

    Dixie plays a tune written by Jimmy Cox in 1923 and made popular by John Lomax in the 1930's

  • Leroy Carr And Scrapper Blackwell - Blues Before Sunrise

    3:30

    Public domain music!
    Música de domínio público!

  • Scrapper Blackwell - Little Girl Blues

    4:27

    Scrapper Blackwell - Little Girl Blues
    rec. June 4, 1958 in Indianapolis, IN by Art Rosenbaum; Scrapper Blackwell, voc, g
    ... this recording first published on and taken from Flyright LP 523 (UK 1977) Indianapolis Jump --- never re-released on CD!

    source of Scrapper Blackwell photo: Article in Indianapolis Recorder, Indianapolis, Marion County, October 17, 1959, photographer's name not given

    Scrapper Blackwell discography at
    Flyright Records discography at

  • Scrapper Blackwell - My Dream Blues

    3:04

    ..was an American blues guitarist and singer.

  • Scrapper Blackwell Nobody Knows You When Youre Down and Out

    5:05

  • Leroy Carr And Scrapper Blackwell - How About Me

    3:22

    Public domain music!
    Música de domínio público!

  • Leroy Carr And Scrapper Blackwell - Blues Before Sunrise

    3:30

  • Scrapper Blackwell Down and Out Blues

    2:58

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Francis Scrapper Blackwell:Vocals & Guitar

    Recorded in Chicago, IL. Wednesday, August 15, 1928

    Originally issued on the 1928 single (Vocalion 1417) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1995 album Hard Times Come Again No More Vol. 1 (Yazoo 2036) (CD)

  • Knut Reiersrud performing Scrapper Blackwell´s Back Door Blues

    3:04

    Knut Reiersrud performing songs from his new album Aftonblues, release August 1, 2013
    Stay tuned for more songs!



  • Fingerpicking Lesson/Nobody Knows You When Youre Down and Out

    28:14

    TAB available
    performance video
    Key of C standard tuning

  • Scrapper Blackwell - E Blues

    3:54

  • Scrapper Blackwell - Blues Before Sunrise

    4:09

  • Brooks Berry with Scrapper Blackwell - My Man Is Studyin Evil

    6:14

    Brooks Berry with Scrapper Blackwell - My Man Is Studyin' Evil
    rec. summer 1961 in Indianapolis, IN by Art Rosenbaum; Brooks Berry, voc; Scrapper Blackwell, g; prod. by Kenneth S. Goldstein & Art Rosenbaum
    ... this recording originally released on and taken from Bluesville BV 1074 (US 1963) --- never re-released on CD!

    All photos by Art Rosenbaum

    Brooks Berry discography at
    Scrapper Blackwell discography at
    Bluesville Records discography at

  • No Good Woman Blues SCRAPPER BLACKWELL Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    3:00


    No Good Woman Blues (1935)
    with Dot Rice (piano)

  • A Blues Scrapper Blackwell Style Solo Blues Guitar Hideo Date A=432Hz 1934 Martin 0-17

    3:26

    The world needs healing now so how about A=432Hz music while you're staying at home?
    I'll keep uploading new videos so please check my channel often.

    If you’re in a position to make a donation, please support my channel. I would really appreciate it.



    Online lessons by zoom are available so please let me know if you are interested. datehideo@yahoo.com

    Jazz guitarist Hideo Date demonstrates the 1934 Martin 0-17.
    He plays original blues in A. Scrapper Blackwell style.
    No intention to copy any of his tunes at all but rather to play blues with his signature sound.The guitar is tuned to A=432. He uses Thomastik SB112 guitar strings. Recorded with an Olympus LS-20M and a Sony ECM-MS957 condenser mic. Copyright © 2015 Hideo Date

  • Blue Day Blues - Scrapper Blackwell - Country Blues Guitar

    2:17

    This awesome blues song is called Blue Day Blues by the great Scrapper Blackwell. Although Blackwell is fairly unknown today he achieved a great deal of notoriety in the late 1920's playing with the blues-pianist legend Leroy Carr. Scrapper was an incredible guitarist with a smokin' right hand that is very hard to duplicate. Here I play a bunch of his licks and throw in a few of my own. I really love this song! If you like country blues - please check out my page for many more fingerstyle blues songs. I wish you all the very best!
    Lyrics
    One day I sit thinking : when the rain pour down outside
    And the more I thought : the more I began to cry

    Today has been : a long old lonesome day
    And it looks like tomorrow : going to be the same old way

    My days seem lonesome : and my nights they are so long
    I'll be mighty glad : when them old blue days are gone

  • Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone

    2:55

    rec. NYC 15-16/3/1932
    Guitar - Scrapper Blackwell
    Piano, Vocals - Leroy Carr

  • Blues Before Sunrise - Scrapper Blackwell - Fingerstyle Blues Acoustic Guitar

    5:29

    Help me keep going! Acoustic Blues Guitar Lessons
    *

    Jim Bruce presents blues guitar lessons across all styles and major artists. Ragtime blues, Delta, Chicago Swing, Bottleneck, Piedmont - from Texas To The Delta







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  • Acoustic Blues Techniques - #4 Scrapper Blackwell - Guitar Lesson - Jim Bruce

    12:02

    FULL LESSON:
    TrueFire -

  • Scrapper Blackwell ~ A Blues

    3:55

  • Naptown Stomp SCRAPPER BLACKWELL & LEROY CARR, Blues Guitar Legend

    2:47


    Naptown Stomp
    SCRAPPER BLACKWELL & LEROY CARR

  • Brooks Berry with Scrapper Blackwell - Ive Had My Fun

    3:10

    Brooks Berry with Scrapper Blackwell - I've Had My Fun
    rec. summer 1961 in Indianapolis, IN by Art Rosenbaum; Brooks Berry, voc; Scrapper Blackwell, g; prod. by Kenneth S. Goldstein & Art Rosenbaum
    ... this recording originally released on and taken from Bluesville BV 1074 (US 1963) --- never re-released on CD!

    photo by Art Rosenbaum

    Brooks Berry discography at
    Scrapper Blackwell discography at
    Bluesville Records discography at

  • D Blues Scrapper Blackwell Style Solo Guitar Hideo Date A=432Hz 1934 Martin 0-17

    3:35

    The world needs healing now so how about A=432Hz music while you're staying at home?
    I'll keep uploading new videos so please check my channel often.

    If you’re in a position to make a donation, please support my channel. I would really appreciate it.



    Online lessons by zoom are available so please let me know if you are interested. datehideo@yahoo.com

    Jazz guitarist Hideo Date demonstrates the 1934 Martin 0-17.
    He plays original blues in D. Scrapper Blackwell style.
    No intention to copy any of his tunes at all but rather to play blues with his signature sound.The guitar is tuned to A=432. He uses Thomastik SB112 guitar strings. Recorded with an Olympus LS-20M and a Sony ECM-MS957 condenser mic. Copyright © 2015 Hideo Date

  • Blues Before Sunrise........ Scrapper Blackwell

    5:06

    Scrapper Blackwell recorded in Indianapolis july 1961.

  • Alabama Woman Blues - Scrapper Blackwell and Leroy Carr

    2:53

    Scrapper Blackwell and Leroy Carr were a famous guitar and piano duo of the 1920s.

    Leroy Carr (March 27, 1905 -- April 29, 1935)[1] was an American blues singer, songwriter and pianist, who developed a laid-back, crooning technique and whose popularity and style influenced such artists as Nat King Cole and Ray Charles.

    Francis Hillman Scrapper Blackwell (February 21, 1903[1] -- October 7, 1962[2]) was an American blues guitarist and singer; best known as half of the guitar-piano duo he formed with Leroy Carr in the late 1920s and early 1930s, he was an acoustic single-note picker in the Chicago blues and Piedmont blues style, with some critics noting that he veered towards jazz.

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