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Hard Time Killin Floor Blues - Jimmy Duck Holmes - All Night Long

  1. Zolotilar

    The album starts with Holmes singing and playing alone, offering his variation on “Hard Times” — a song Bentonia’s most famous bluesman, Skip James, recorded in as “Hard Time Killing Floor Blues” — in a trance-inducing open D-minor tuning long associated with his hometown.
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    Jimmy Duck Holmes专辑《All Night Long》,更多Jimmy Duck Holmes相关专辑下载、在线试听,尽在网易云音乐.
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    Lightnin' Slim - Rooster Blues - Sound Of The Swamp Jimmy McCracklin - The Panic Is On - Blues Blastin' Jimmy Reed - You Got Me Dizzy - Big Boss Blues Rush Brown - Shine On - Best Of 9pm Jimmy Duck Holmes - Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues - All Night Long John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' King Snake - Best Of Jimmy Rogers - Goin' Away Baby - Chicago Bound.
  4. Ararisar

    Jimmy "Duck" Holmes performs "Hard Time Killing Floor" at World Cafe Live from the WXPN Mississippi Blues Project concert on October 22nd, The Mississippi Blues Project has been supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through the Philadelphia Music Project.
  5. Kazill

    Find the song lyrics for Jimmy "Duck" Holmes - Top Tracks. Discover top playlists and videos from your favorite artists on Shazam! All Night Long. Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. Jimmy "Duck" Holmes. It Had To Be The Devil. It Had To Be The Devil. Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues. Jimmy Duck Holmes. Jimmy Duck Holmes. Goin' Away Baby. Goin' Away.
  6. Shakticage

    Oct 04,  · Jimmy "Duck" Holmes is an American blues musician and proprietor of the Blue Front Cafe on the Mississippi Blues Trail, the oldest surviving juke joint in Mississippi.
  7. Groran

    But James' next song, his disheartening chronicle of the Depression, “Hard Time Killing Floor Blues,” stunned the hushed audience, composed mostly of folkies more used to grooving to the warm.
  8. Mazubar

    Oct 16,  · Jimmy Duck Holmes was known for playing the Bentonia style of blues created by Skip James and Jack Owens, both Mississippi blues players. It was a style that had a haunting, country sound, and I loved to listen to songs like Devil Got My Woman and Hard Time Killin’ Floor Blues .

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