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Pretty Polly - Dock Boggs - Dock Boggs, Legendary Singer & Banjo Player (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 03,  · This is the first in a series of videos about the banjo style of the legendary old-time banjo player, Dock Boggs. This first video is an overview of the whole project with short snippets of each.
  2. Moran Lee “Dock” Boggs ( – ) was an old-time singer, songwriter and banjo player. His unique style of singing and banjo playing combined elements of Appalachian folk music and African-American blues. A self-taught musician, Dock recorded about eights sides of music between and
  3. Sep 25,  · Legendary banjo player Moran Lee "Dock" Boggs recorded only 12 tracks in his original sessions. False Hearted Lover's Blues is the .
  4. Born Moran Lee Boggs, he was a singer, songwriter and banjo player. His style of play is considered a unique combination of old time mountain music and blues, that was influential to many African-American musicians. In the s, he was offered a contract to record with Brunswick in New York.
  5. Dock Boggs: Legendary Singer & Banjo Player, an Album by Dock Boggs. Released in on Folkways (catalog no. FW; Vinyl LP). Genres: Old-Time, Appalachian Folk Music.
  6. Apr 01,  · Dock Boggs possessed and carried the same impact of a delta bluesman. Ol' Dock once said "every song should be played like Mississippi John Hurt", and in Dock Boggs you'll never hear a "smoother" banjo picker, with an intense, sincere voice.
  7. Moran "Dock" Boggs, miner and musician, was first recognized for his "unorthodox" playing style. His popularity only grew after he was featured on the Anthology of American Folk Music (SFW) in and made Boggs one of the most influential musicians in America. This third installment of Boggs’ music on Folkways includes the classics "Turkey in the Straw" and the .
  8. Comes with booklet. Although the title 'Legendary Singer And Banjo Player' appears on the front cover it doesn't appear on the vinyl or booklet which refer to the album as 'Dock Boggs'. Lacquer cut at Dulcet Tone Corporation as indicated 'DT' etched in runout. First pressing with W. 46th St. address printed on labels.5/5(4).
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