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Frank Hutchison, Sherman Lawson, Frank Hutchison, Sherman Lawson.
Frank Hutchison (March 20, 1897 – November 9, 1945) was an American early country blues and Piedmont blues musician and songwriter. Hutchison was best known as a slide guitar player, where he held the guitar in his lap. Born in Raleigh County, West Virginia, United States, and moving to Logan County when he was young, Hutchison is considered to be the first white rural guitarist to record the blues, as he cut several tracks for Okeh Records.
This song is by Frank Hutchison and appears on the compilation album The Train That Carried My Girl From Town (1973). Spoken:Hello boys, this is Old Rachel, been married 49 times. Never could even one man do anything with her, and that was old Bill, last she married. And this is the way she started out on old Bill. Rachel went down the street to get a glass of ryeSign on the door said, "Rachel, walk by"This morning, little Rachel, you'll have to keep kindly quiet.
This intriguing four-disc set collects the complete recorded works of guitarist Frank Hutchison and singer Kelly Harrell, then splits the final disc between two very different mountain string bands, the Tenneva Ramblers and the Blue Ridge Highballers. All of these artists were active in the Virginia/West Virginia area in the 1920s
Слушайте Old Rachel от Frank Hutchison из альбома Worried Blues (CD A). Deezer: бесплатная потоковая трансляция музыки. Слушайте более 53 млн треков, создавайте свои плейлисты и делитесь любимыми песнями с друзьями.
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