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  2. Regional Blues Styles: Strathmore's Shades of Blues

    Music from this region is characterized by a syncopated fingerpicking method of guitar playing that results in a sound close to ragtime. This style was developed and popularized in the early 20th century by many regional artists, including Blind Blake, Blind Boy Fuller, and Reverend Gary Davis.

  3. Regional Blues Music Genre Overview | AllMusic

    Find Regional Blues Albums, Artists and Songs, and Hand-Picked Top Regional Blues Music on AllMusic AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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    Regional Blues Album Highlights William Clarke Blowin' Like Hell Johnny Shines Johnny Shines & Robert ... Blind Willie Johnson Dark Was the Night Roosevelt "Booba" Barnes The Heartbroken Man Bobby "Blue" Bland Two Steps from the Blues Various Artists Harp Blues More Regional Blues Albums Regional Blues Song Highlights More Regional Blues Songs

  6. blues, secular folk music created by African Americans in the early 20th century, originally in the South. The simple but expressive forms of the blues became by the 1960s one of the most important influences on the development of popular music —namely, jazz, rhythm and blues, rock, and country music —throughout the United States.

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    The Origins of the Regional Blues The Mississippi Delta. The Mississippi Delta is a region of great cultural significance in the United States, and it is... Texas. The origins of the regional blues can be traced back to the end of the 19th century, when African American... Chicago. Chicago blues is ...

  8. The Country Blues: Rural soul music of the Southern USA ...

    The country blues is music that relies on the expressive power of the voice with sparse instrumental accompaniment (usually only a guitar or harmonica), differing from the "city blues" in that it has more improvisatory freedom and a less rigidly defined structure. Singing the Blues The country blues is the music of day to day life.

  9. Mississippi Delta blues | Artists, Music, & Facts | Britannica

    The pioneers of the style played a key role in developing the market for traditional blues recordings in the 1920s and ’30s, while the subsequent generation of Delta-born guitarists contributed to the rise of Chicago blues, electric blues, and the folk blues revival in the post-World War II years.

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