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180-Gram Limited Edition - *(*) AllMusic. The legendary Blind Gary Davis, also known as Reverend Gary Davis, was a powerful gospel and folk-blues singer and masterful acoustic guitarist. He produced a polyphonic style with the use of only his thumb and index finger, and his virtuosic finger picking was an important influence on many other musicians, such as Blind Boy Fuller and Brownie McGhee. During the 1950's and 1960's, Davis taught and performed in New York City, becoming a beloved mentor to urban folk legends like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Dave Van Ronk, and Bob Dylan, to name a few. Harlem Street Singer is one of his most iconic albums. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 2 Bonus Tracks.
180-Gram Limited Edition - *(*) AllMusic. The legendary Blind Gary Davis, also known as Reverend Gary Davis, was a powerful gospel and folk-blues singer and masterful acoustic guitarist. He produced a polyphonic style with the use of only his thumb and index finger, and his virtuosic finger picking was an important influence on many other musicians, such as Blind Boy Fuller and Brownie McGhee. During the 1950's and 1960's, Davis taught and performed in New York City, becoming a beloved mentor to urban folk legends like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Dave Van Ronk, and Bob Dylan, to name a few. Harlem Street Singer is one of his most iconic albums. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 2 Bonus Tracks.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: BLUES JOINT
Rel. Date: 03/08/2024
UPC: 8436563185168

Harlem Street Singer (Bonus Tracks) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram]
Artist: Blind Davis Gary
Format: Vinyl
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180-Gram Limited Edition - *(*) AllMusic. The legendary Blind Gary Davis, also known as Reverend Gary Davis, was a powerful gospel and folk-blues singer and masterful acoustic guitarist. He produced a polyphonic style with the use of only his thumb and index finger, and his virtuosic finger picking was an important influence on many other musicians, such as Blind Boy Fuller and Brownie McGhee. During the 1950's and 1960's, Davis taught and performed in New York City, becoming a beloved mentor to urban folk legends like Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Dave Van Ronk, and Bob Dylan, to name a few. Harlem Street Singer is one of his most iconic albums. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 2 Bonus Tracks.
        
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