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  1. Blind Blake –29 (Matchbox, ) The Accompanist () (Wolf, ) Complete Recorded Works, vols. 1–4 (Document, ) The Master of Ragtime Guitar, The Essential Recordings (Indigo, ) Georgie Bound (Catfish, ) The Best of Blind Blake (Yazoo, ) The Essential Blind Blake (Document, ) All the Published Sides (JSP, ).
  2. Stream Blind Blake Vol. 4 Papa Charlie And Blind Blake Talk About It - Part 1. by Blind Blake And Papa Charlie Jackson. Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Acoustic Blues (CDs & Vinyl) # in Delta Blues (CDs & Vinyl).
  3. Blind Blake Vol. 1 () () Dying Blues (with Leola B. Wilson), Ashley St. Blues (with Leola B. Wilson), Early Morning Blues (), West Coast Blues, Early Morning Blues (), Too Tight, Blake's Worried Blues, Come On Boys Let's Do That Messin' Around (Take 2), Tampa Bound, Skeedle Loo Doo Blues (Take 1), Skeedle Loo Doo Blues (Take 2), Stonewall Street Blues, State Street Men.
  4. American blues and ragtime singer and guitarist. Born: , Jacksonville, Florida Died: December 1, Blind Blake recorded about 80 tracks for Paramount Records in the late s and early s. He was one of the most accomplished guitarists of his genre with a surprisingly diverse range of material.
  5. May 15,  · from my original rpm disk, not from a CD. * Papa Charlie Jackson And Blind Blake Talk About It, Part 1 * Blind Arthur Blake (Guitar / Speech) * Papa Charlie Jackson (Banjo / .
  6. Blind Arthur's Breakdown: Baby Lou Blues: Cold Love Blues: Papa Charlie And Blind Blake Talk About It: Part 1 Banjo, Vocals, Speech – Papa Charlie Jackson: Papa Charlie And Blind Blake Talk About It: Part 2 Banjo, Vocals, Speech – Papa Charlie Jackson: Stingaree Man Blues Vocals.
  7. Blind Blake Ragtime King Biography (born Arthur Blake or Arthur Phelps,. and sometimes known as Arthur Blind Blake (born around , in Jacksonville, Florida; died: ) was a prolific ragtime blues singer and guitarist. He is known "The King of Ragtime Guitar". He put out around 80 songs for Paramount from to He was an accomplished guitarists of his style with a astonishingly.
  8. Blind Blake is a figure of enormous importance in American music. Not only was he one of the greatest blues guitarists of all-time, Blake seems to have been the primary developer of "finger-style" ragtime on the guitar, the six-string equivalent to playing ragtime on the piano. Blake mastered this form so completely that few, if any, guitarists who have learned to play in this style since.

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