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  1. Robert Pete Williams - Free Again - - - NC Robert Pete Williams - I'm Blue As A Man Can Be Robert Pete Williams - Legacy Of The Blues Vol. 9 Robert Pete Williams - Robert Pete Williams - Robert Pete Williams - Time's So Hard With Me - - Robert Pete Williams - When A Man Takes The Blues - - - FC.
  2. Robert Pete Williams (2) Snooks Eaglin (2) Alice Stuart (1) Big Joe Turner (1) Big Joe Williams (1) CD; In the Blues in St. Louis, Volume 3, electric guitarist Henry Townsend plays familiar blues songs, accompanied by Tommy Bankhead on electric bass. Texas country bluesman Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins in before the revival of rural.
  3. One of the best known Louisiana blues artist to perform in this mode was the late guitarist Robert Pete Williams (), who was first recorded in the Angola State Penitentiary in , by folklorist Dr. Harry Oster of Louisiana State University.
  4. Jun 24,  · Poor Best Robert Pete Williams and Snooks Eaglin - Rural Blues () Rural Blues pairs two sets, the first by Robert Pete Williams and the second by Snooks Eaglin, and it's a fine combination. In particular, Eaglin's vocals and .
  5. Rural Blues pairs two sets, the first by Robert Pete Williams and the second by Snooks Eaglin, and it's a fine combination. In particular, Eaglin 's vocals and playing were seldom more disciplined and exciting.9/
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  8. Yazoo's Original Rolling Stone is a wonderful disc containing 14 of the 17 sides Robert Wilkins recorded before the war. Wilkins was one of the great country-blues artists, and these songs -- including "Rollin' Stone," "That's No Way to Get Along," "Jailhouse Blues" and "I'll Go with Her" -- became legendary, not only because the songs were terrific (which they are) but also because .

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