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Blues

To understand how the blues appeared, imagine a conditioned Sam Brown - a black American who lived a century and a half ago. Sam interrupts by accidental earnings at the sawmill, lives in a shack, or maybe wanders. A couple of years ago he was a slave, and now he is a free man, but freedom did not bring him happiness. His wife left him, he was caught on petty theft, a friend betrayed, to top it all off, Sam knocked out a pair of teeth in a drunken brawl. Now his best friend is a rattling guitar, and the biggest joy is a performance for food in a roadside tavern. Going out on stage, he sings about life, the burdens of which knows firsthand. Sam has real blues. When they begin to recognize him in some places, he will take himself a stage name - something like Sammy the Bony Dog. Of course, much has changed since then, but the blues are deeply rooted in world culture. The famous "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" By Nirvana, by the way, is nothing more than a cover for the recording of Haddi "Ledbelli" by Ledbetter in 1940. In addition to Ledbelli, the origins of the blues were Bessie Smith, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, later the legend of the genre became BB King. By blues standards, musicians are still referring to this day. Among fans of the genre is the actor and musician Hugh Laurie, who released two blues records. Every weekday is a new playlist in the "Genre of the Day" rubric. Here and in our telegram-channel: t.me/ya_musicgenre.
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Songs 1-15 of 42
 Blind Lemon Jefferson - Matchbox Blues (03:03, 192Kb/s)
 Freddie King - Tore Down (04:12, 192Kb/s)
 Elmore James - Dust My Broom (02:49, 192Kb/s)
 Willie Dixon - Sittin' and Cryin' the Blues (03:25, 192Kb/s)
 Bobby Bland - Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City (03:51, 192Kb/s)
 Aunt Kizzy'z Boyz - Annie Mae's cafe (10:22, 192Kb/s)
 Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night (03:01, 192Kb/s)
 Aretha Franklin - Today I Sing the Blues (02:46, 192Kb/s)
 Otis Rush - You Know My Love (02:40, 192Kb/s)
 Freddie King - Leave My Woman Alone (03:35, 192Kb/s)
 Guitar Slim - The Things I Used to Do (03:02, 192Kb/s)
 John Lee Hooker - One Bourbon (03:02, 192Kb/s)
 Professor Longhair - Everyday I Have the Blues (04:01, 192Kb/s)
 Pete Johnson, Joe Turner, Freddie Green, Big Joe Turner, Pete Johnson, Freddie Green - How Long Blues (05:51, 192Kb/s)
 Bessie Smith - Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out (02:58, 192Kb/s)
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