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Barbecue Bob

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Barbecue Bob

Barbecue Bob (Robert Hicks, Walnut Grove, Georgia, September 11, 1902 – Lithonia, Georgia, October 21, 1931) was an American Piedmont blues musician. He used a bottleneck regularly on his 12-string guitar, playing in an elemental style that relied on an open Spanish tuning reminiscent of Charley Patton. He had a strong voice that he embellished with growling and falsetto, and a percussive singing style. His nickname came from the fact that he was a cook in a barbecue restaurant.

Artist Tags For Barbecue Bob

1) Blues 2) Folk 3) Piedmont Blues 4) Acoustic Blues 5) Americana

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Barbecue Bob

1) Barbecue Blues 2) Mississippi Heavy Water Blues 3) Atlanta Moan 4) Chocolate to the Bone 5) Motherless Chile Blues 6) Yo Yo Blues 7) Spider and the Fly 8) Poor Boy a Long Ways from Home 9) California Blues 10) Black Skunk Blues 11) Ease It to Me Blues 12) She's Coming Back Some Cold Rainy Day 13) Going Up the Country 14) We Sure Got Hard Times 15) When the Saints Go Marching In 16) Blind Pig Blues 17) Diddle-Da-Diddle 18) Good Time Rounder 19) New Mojo Blues 20) It's Just Too Bad 21) Untitled 22) Motherless Children 23) Jacksonville Blues 24) She Shook Her Gin 25) Easy Rider Don't You Deny My Name 26) Cloudy Sky Blues 27) Twistin' Your Stuff 28) Honey You Don't Know My Mind 29) Motherless Child Blues 30) Waycross Georgia Blues 31) My Mistake Blues 32) It Won't Be Long Now 33) Beggin' For Love 34) How Long Pretty Mama 35) Mamma You Don't Suit Me! 36) Thinkin' Funny Blues 37) Bad Time Blues 38) Goin' Up the Country 39) Crooked Woman Blues 40) Jesus' Blood Can Make Me Whole 41) Hurry And Bring It Back Home 42) 'Fo Day Creep 43) Twistin' Your Stuff (Unissued) 44) She Shook Her Gin (Unissued) 45) It Won't Be Long Now - Part 1 46) Barbeque Blues 47) Brown-Skin Girl 48) She Moves It Just Right 49) Jambooger Blues 50) Monkey And The Baboon

Frogtoon Music - 50 Top Albums For Barbecue Bob

1) Chocolate to the Bone 2) Barbecue Bob Vol. 1 (1927 - 1928) 3) Barbecue Bob Vol. 3 (1929 - 1930) 4) Barbecue Bob Vol. 2 (1928 - 1929) 5) The Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives & Steel 6) Blues Essentials 7) (null) 8) The Roots Of Van Morrison 9) Bottleneck Blues Guitar Legends 10) ABC of the Blues 11) Voodoo Blues 12) 200 Blues Classics 13) The Great Depression - American Music In The 30's 14) Rough Guide To Barbecue Bob 15) People Take Warning 2: Man Vs. Nature 16) Play: Blues Pioneers 17) Barbecue Bob, Vol.1 (1927 - 1928) 18) Complete Recorded Works vol. 1 (1927-1928) 19) Century Of The Blues 20) Exile On Main Street Blues 21) Barbecue Blues 22) The Ultimate Best of the Blues Collection 23) ABC Of The Blues Vol 2 24) Rough Guide to Blind Willie Johnson 25) American Epic: The Collection 26) Messed up in Love and Other Tales of Woe 27) Country Blues Bottleneck Guitar Classics, 1926-1937 28) The Great Blues Pioneers 29) Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1929-1930) 30) Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1927-1928) 31) Broadcasting The Blues: Black Blues In The Segregation Era 32) 1927-1930 - Chocolate to the Bone 33) The Best Of The Blues Vol. 3 34) Robert Johnson and heroes of the delta blues 35) Bottles, Knives, steel 36) Lost Blues & Old Time Folk Songs 37) Barbecue Bob, Vol.3 (1929 - 1930) 38) Musical History Of America 39) The History of Rhythm and Blues 1925 - 1942 40) Country Blues Bottleneck Guitar Classics 1926-1937 41) Dirty Blues Licks 42) Blues – Volume 3 43) The Essential Vol 1 44) The Voice of the Blues: Bottleneck Guitar Masterpieces 45) Acoustic Blues 46) Dealing With The Devil 47) Broadcasting the Blues: Black Blues in the Segregation Era (Compiled and Edited by Paul Oliver) 48) Evolution of Blues - 1920's-30's 49) Hard Times Come Again No More: Early American Rural Songs Of Hard Times And Hardships Vol. 2 50) Roots 'N' Blues/The Retrospective 1925-1950
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