By Robert Garofalo, Mark Elrod
;A Pictorial historical past of Civil struggle period Musical tools and armed forces Bands КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Pictorial Histories PublishingАвтор: Robert Garofalo, Mark ElrodЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1993Количество страниц: 126ISBN: 0-933126-60-3Формат: pdfРазмер: 129,0 mbMany, many images of of Civil warfare tools RAPID1 RAPID2или IFOLDER1 IFOLDER2 zero
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They had a big paper mill over there, and we went to the paper mill quarter and played. And when we left there we went to New Orleans. I stayed with Joe till I got plumb good. Joe Williams would play in high Spanish with a capo on his guitar, and he run me down in E, open key. When I played open key behind that high Spanish, it sounded just like a bass behind a mandolin or something because of that high tone of his with the capo. And I got a low tone in the key of E but it's the same key. Nine strings, he always had those nine strings on his guitar.
I was so worrisome! "Yeah, yeah, let's go," and they'd dodge me! Around then was the first time I saw Rube Lacy. He lived on our same plantation, out there from Greenwood. " Then he come back down and stole a man's wife and brought her back up to Chicago. I used to stand around and listen at him. " After he cut this little old record and it got on the jukebox, everything was, "Rube Lacy! " He was staying with this man out in Greenwood, and I would go to this house where he was staying. We'd gather up every night and we'd give him nickels and dimes.
Then we'd start to holler the blues. People would be pouring in. We done had a good time around there. Honey can play now! 41 Then one day we left down the river, me and Joe left there, hitchhiking and hoboing. Back then when a musician was on the road with a guitar, cars would stop and pick you up. "Where y'all goin'? " We'd fall in the back and play the blues. Sometimes they'd stop and get us a drink, buy us a sandwich. And Joe Williams would catch trains. Joe wasn't nothing but a hobo! He couldn't write his name!
A Pictorial History of Civil War Era Musical Instruments and Military Bands by Robert Garofalo, Mark Elrod