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Music making in Chicago 1929-1931. vol.3

Tampa Red (performer), Georgia Tom Dorsey (performer)
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Music making in Chicago 1929-1931. vol.3

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Title
Music making in Chicago 1929-1931. vol.3
Performer
Tampa Red 1904-1981 Georgia Tom Dorsey
Publisher
JSP, 2012
1 cd
Playing time
01:14:42
Note
Remastered ed.
CDR
JAX6233
Placing suggestion
70 - Blues (NBLC) J2 - Blues, gospel en spirituals (Flemish music schema)

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About Tampa Red

Hudson Whittaker (born Hudson Woodbridge, January 8, 1903 – March 19, 1981), known as Tampa Red, was an American Chicago blues musician.

He is best remembered as a blues guitarist who had a distinctive single-string slide style. His songwriting and his bottleneck technique influenced other leading Chicago blues guitarists, such as Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Nighthawk and Muddy Waters, and many others, including Elmore James and Mose Allison. In a career spanning over 30 years, he also recorded pop, R&B and hokum songs. His best-known recordings include "Anna Lou Blues", "Black Angel Blues", "Crying Won't Help You", "It Hurts Me Too", and "Love Her with a Feeling".

Biography

Tampa Red was born Hudson Woodbridge in Smithville, Georgia. His parents died when he was a child, and he moved to Tampa, Florida, where he was raised by his aunt and grandmother and adopted their surname, Whittaker. He emulated his olde…Read more on Wikipedia

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