1. Alabama never produced all that many blues singers, unlike its neighbouring states, so many of the names here are quite obscure and those who are better known, although born in Alabama, tended to work in other states. Most of the music is country blues with, usually, guitar accompaniment/5(6).
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  3. Alabama Blues Lyrics: I never will go back to Alabama, that is not the place for me / I never will go back to Alabama, that is not the place for me / You know they killed my sister and my brother.
  4. J. B. Lenoir /ləˈnɔːr/ (March 5, – April 29, ) was an American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter, active in the Chicago blues scene in the s and s.. His surname, which is French, is sometimes pronounced as the French "L'n WAHR", but he pronounced it "La NOR". His given name simply was J. B.; the letters are not initials.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues at Discogs. Complete your J.B. Lenoir collection/5(96).
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  7. The Alabama Blues Project is dedicated to telling the story of the state's rich blues tradition. Located directly across from a former train station where traveling blues artists would hop on and off the train when performing in Tuscaloosa, the museum contains colorful posters, murals, art and memorabilia.
  8. Alabama Blues () and Down in Mississippi (), both produced by Willie Dixon, were recorded for the German label L & R, and both featured stripped down acoustic arrangements that recast Lenoir as a Southern folk-blues troubadour. Lenoir's lyrics on these two albums (which have been packaged on one CD as Vietnam Blues by Evidence /5(16).

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