Doing A Stretch - John Miller - First Degree Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. Which one-song that was, Wilson didn't say. The late John Fahey, not known for unqualified praise of other performers (asked to contribute a blurb for John Miller's First Degree Blues on Nick Perls' Blue Goose label, Fahey wrote, "A thoroughly enjoyable album--that's quite a change from Mr. Perls' usual shit It must have been recorded by.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of First Degree Blues on Discogs.
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  4. Apr 03,  · At the age of 12, John Miller was inspired to play the guitar after seeing Mississippi John Hurt perform at the Philadelphia Folk Festival. he bought his first guitar at the age of 16 and launched into an intensive period of study of Country Blues guitar, learning the music of John Hurt, Mance Lipscomb, Bo Carter, Blind Blake, and other cetifecelnighti.fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.infoinfos: 8.
  5. One or two Dropped D and a few Vestapole or Spanish but mostly Standard. John's explanations are somewhat difficult to understand. The Tab is helpful. Having the CD (so you know what the song should sound like) is very helpful. Also, John's album "First Degree Blues" has a few of the songs played by John so you know how he would play cetifecelnighti.fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.infoinfos: 8.
  6. Explore releases from John Miller at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from John Miller at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. Find Air Mail Music credit information on AllMusic. Stamp Album: Climax Blues Band: Record Label: Suicide Sal: Maggie Bell: Record Label First Degree Blues: John Miller: Record Label: Frankie Miller's High Life: Frankie Miller: Record Label.
  8. John Miller: First Degree Blues - Church Bell Blues - I Never Cried - Policy Blues - First Degree Blues - Sue Cow - Doing A Stretch - Spanish Breakdown - Mistake In Life - Shady Lane - Dirty Deeds - Who's Been Here - Rope Strechting Blues - Titanic - Policy Blues - Chester County. notes by John Miller and Steve Calt Blue Goose BG more info.
  9. John Miller grew up in the farm country of Pennsylvania, a short drive from Philadelphia, in a community called Unionville. Born to a classical pianist, he grew up with a strong background in music and.

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