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  1. Babar
    In , however, soon after finishing his work on his first Prestige/Bluesville long player (which, for reasons best understood by the label's current parent company, Fantasy Records, has never been re-released on CD), Blackwell was shot to death in a back alley in Indianapolis, the victim of a mugging.
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  2. Molrajas
    And Scrapper Blackwell - Vol. 1: CD $ Four C D s, 95 tracks, very highly recommended Between and his untimely death in singer/piano player Leroy Carr and his guitar playing partner Scrapper Blackwell produced some of the finest and most influential blues recordings of the era.
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  3. Arashile
    Scrapper Blackwell was a contemporary of Robert Johnson and other early Delta blues artists, and a truly remarkable guitarist. Johnson's fame is due in part to his tragic early death (he was of course an exceptional songwriter, singer, and musician), and I would argue that Blackwell merits wider recognition for his musicianship.5/5(2).
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  4. Kagagor
    And Scrapper Blackwell - Vol. 1: All Wet/ Gone Mother Blues/ Goodbye Blues/ Hard Times Done Drove Me To Drink/ Hold Them Puppies/ How About Me/ How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone/ How Long, How Long Blues/ How Long, How Long Blues No. 2/ How Long, How Long Blues No. 3/ How Long, How Long Blues Part 2/ Hurry Down Blues/ I.
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  5. Tygorn
    Jul 25,  · Lyrics for How Long, How Long Blues by Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell. How long babe how long Has that evenin' train been gone? How long, how, how long, baby how.
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  6. Gardakora
    The duo of Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell were one of the most popular blues acts of the late s and early s, and deservedly so. Leroy Carr was a major talent and Scrapper Blackwell was a fine accompanist and guitarist in his own right. Carr and Blackwell influenced all of the blues musicians active at the time/5(6).
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  7. Fauzragore
    Shop Hard Time Blues. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone? Leroy Carr. Scrapper Blackwell Complete Recorded Works , Vol. 1 Scrapper Blackwell. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD. 1 offer from £ Leroy Carr & Scrapper 5/5(3).
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  8. JoJolar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hard Time Blues on Discogs/5(2).
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