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  1. Kazragal

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    WALKIN' BLUES As recorded by Eric Clapton (From the Album UNPLUGGED) Transcribed by Ragingguitarist18 Words and Music by Robert Johnson A Intro 1 I T A B g12 8 Gtr I Slow Blues P = 84 P sl. 10 P 10 z GV 12 V 12 V 12 V (12) V 12 V (12) V 12 V (12) V 12 V (12) V 12 V (12) P sl. 11 P 11 z `b V 12 V 12 f V 12 V (12) V 12 V (12) P sl. 11 P 11 z.
  2. Barn

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    Eddie James House, Jr. (March 21, – October 19, ), better known as Son House, was an influential blues singer and guitarist. His date of birth is a matter of some debate. Son House himself alleged that he was middle aged during World War I, and, more specifically, that he was 79 in , which would mean that he was born around
  3. Nek

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    Walkin' Blues Lyrics: I woke up this morning, feeling round for my shoes / Know 'bout 'at I got these, old walking blues / Woke up this morning, feeling round for my shoes / But you know 'bout 'at I.
  4. Mekus

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    Mar 01,  · As the title implies, «Walking with the blues» (King A) is a mid-paced item with fine harmonica and good guitar (Zeb Turner? Louis Innis?). The whole sounds much like the Delmore. Further on, «Hi de ho boogie» (# AA) is a lively tune. The harmonica has been dropped, replaced by fiddle and good steel.
  5. Maukora

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    "Walkin' Blues" or "Walking Blues" is a blues standard written and recorded by American Delta blues musician Son House in Although unissued at the time, it was part of House's repertoire and other musicians, including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, adapted the song and recorded their own versions.. Besides "Walking Blues", Johnson's rendition incorporates melodic and rhythmic.

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