Charley Patton" Screaming and hollering blues" Animation

Charley Patton" Screaming and hollering blues" Animation

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Charley Patton" Screaming and hollering blues" Animation


Heres a virtual movie of the great Mississippi Delta Bluesman Charley Patton performing "Screaming and hollering Blues"

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