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He first came to prominence in 1930 when his first 78 RPM recordings for the Paramount label were issued. Like many of the greatest blues singers of the 20th century, Son was born and raised in the Delta region of Mississippi; his masterful and innovative slide guitar work was a major influence on many of the other great singers from that region including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters.
He first came to prominence in 1930 when his first 78 RPM recordings for the Paramount label were issued. Like many of the greatest blues singers of the 20th century, Son was born and raised in the Delta region of Mississippi; his masterful and innovative slide guitar work was a major influence on many of the other great singers from that region including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters.
089353341121
Son House - Live At Oberlin College April 15 1965

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Format: CD
Label: RKBT
Rel. Date: 06/08/2018
UPC: 089353341121

Live At Oberlin College April 15 1965
Artist: Son House
Format: CD
New: Not currently in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. It's So Hard (Intro)
2. Judgement Day
3. New York Central
4. A True Friend Is Hard to Find
5. Preachin' the Blues
6. Change Your Mind

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He first came to prominence in 1930 when his first 78 RPM recordings for the Paramount label were issued. Like many of the greatest blues singers of the 20th century, Son was born and raised in the Delta region of Mississippi; his masterful and innovative slide guitar work was a major influence on many of the other great singers from that region including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters.
        
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