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Nehemiah Curtis “Skip” James (June 9, 1902 – October 3, 1969) was an American delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter.    James often played his guitar with an open D-minor tuning (DADFAD). James’s 1931 work is considered idiosyncratic among pre-war blues recordings, and formed the basis of his reputation as a musician.

Nehemiah Curtis “Skip” James (June 1902 – October was an American delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter.

Sebbene il diavolo gli avesse fregato la ragazza, lui era contento.    Rispetto per Skip James, il diavolo del blues

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Skip James recorded "Devil Got My Woman" and 17 other sides for Paramount in 1931 before he quit the blues. In the blues enthusiasts.

(June 30, 2017) Negrito turned to the original DNA of all American music, the Blues. The beating life had given him primed him to channel his literal and musical forefathers: the blues musicians of the Delta. Rather than update the Delta Blues, Fantastic Negrito leaves the original sounds of Lead Belly and Skip James intact, building bridges to a modern sound with loops and samples of his own live instruments.

(June 30, 2017) Negrito turned to the original DNA of all American music, the Blues. The beating life had given him primed him to channel his literal and musical forefathers: the blues musicians of the Delta. Rather than update the Delta Blues, Fantastic Negrito leaves the original sounds of Lead Belly and Skip James intact, building bridges to a modern sound with loops and samples of his own live instruments.

Lily James' Christian Louboutin shoes at the Cinderella premiere

Lily James' Cinderella Premiere Dress Was Actually a Fairy Tale Come to Life

Lily James's Prada Dress Makes the Perfect Modern-Day Ball Gown: Lily James isn't just the newest Cinderella to step onto the scene in gorgeous glass slippers.

Blues greats (L-R) Yank Rachel, Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James, Elizabeth Cotten, Doc Reese and Sleepy John Estes pose for a portrait at the Newport Folk Festival in July 1964 in Newport, Rhode Island by David Gahr

Blues greats (L-R) Yank Rachel, Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James, Elizabeth Cotten, Doc Reese and Sleepy John Estes.

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