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  • RAY7654321

    Masterful

    August 2014
  • littlelouie1

    Willie Brown use to hang out in Son House's house & they played together & Robert Johnson used to come over & they will tell him to stop playing that racket guitar of his & then Johnson left for about six months & came back playing some great guitar. I don't believe that he sold his soul to the devil in order to play the guitar better then anyone but i do believe that someone taught him some great cords on the guitar & practice makes perfect. No one knows about those six missing months but he did hop on a train & went up north. Charlie Patton taught many people but so did Son House so it goes up the line from one to another & many learned by themselves at a young age & by playing with others they learned more like Buddy Guy played with Son House when Buddy was young & picked up a lot from Son House so did Hubert Sumlin which that i do know because he told me himself.

    July 2014
  • analogmikke

    Schade--Das wir diesen ungeschliffen Diamanten nicht mehr schleifen konnten !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    April 2013
  • Sheindie

    CHARLIE PATTON ... he taught Willie Brown and you know SON HOUSE learned from him! I visited his final resting place

    November 2012
  • Oppressotron

    Robert Johnson used the melody for 'from four-till-late' from this tune.

    June 2012
  • Tweed15

    Amazing Song!

    April 2011
  • Druid66

    Don't know about this here sheriff, high or otherwise, but I'd surrender to Charley Patton, without complaints.

    February 2011
  • B-AIRLINE

    JUST A FAB SONG

    March 2010
  • CollectorMan

    Great voice. A heavy entertainer, who could play his guitar behind his back, I'm told.

    June 2009
  • sebastiano_riva

    Heavy!

    February 2009
  • Onthecorner64

    rong.

    October 2008
  • Gatordawg

    This is not High Sheriff Blues by Charlie Patton. This track appears to be improperly labeled. This track is actually Pig Meat is What I Crave by Bo Carter.

    December 2006