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Charley Patton Blues Poster

$20.00

10 in stock

Charley Patton Blues Poster

Charley Patton Poster – 12 inches by 18 inches. Digitally printed on speckletone cardstock, hand signed by the artist, Grego Anderson. Ships Worldwide.

Illustrated and Designed by Grego Anderson – “America’s favorite Blues folk artist”
Owner and only employee at Mojohand.com – the one man Blues Boutique

Free shipping for all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

What one of my customers had to say:
“True Delta Blues fans get it – Grego gets it – amazing stuff my friend.” – Dobro Steven – UK

Grego’s notes: “Of all the Blues men I tried listening to – it took the longest for me to be able to really “get” Charley Patton – many of the recordings were hard to hear with crackling and such – plus his voice sounded so foreign to me. After a long spell my ears finally became accustomed to his tone and I became fascinated pretty quickly. The greats never seem to have anyone truly sound like them, and Patton is certainly unique. I wish there was footage of him playing because it sounds like he would showboat and have a ball…. those juke joint nights must have been off the hook”

Charley Patton Blues Poster

$20.00

10 in stock

Charley Patton Blues Poster

Charley Patton Poster – 12 inches by 18 inches. Digitally printed on speckletone cardstock, hand signed by the artist, Grego Anderson. Ships Worldwide.

Illustrated and Designed by Grego Anderson – “America’s favorite Blues folk artist”
Owner and only employee at Mojohand.com – the one man Blues Boutique

Free shipping for all orders over $35 in the continental USA

©Mojohand.com –  Everything Blues™ The one man Blues boutique celebrating over 20 years in service of the Blues!

What one of my customers had to say:
“True Delta Blues fans get it – Grego gets it – amazing stuff my friend.” – Dobro Steven – UK

Grego’s notes: “Of all the Blues men I tried listening to – it took the longest for me to be able to really “get” Charley Patton – many of the recordings were hard to hear with crackling and such – plus his voice sounded so foreign to me. After a long spell my ears finally became accustomed to his tone and I became fascinated pretty quickly. The greats never seem to have anyone truly sound like them, and Patton is certainly unique. I wish there was footage of him playing because it sounds like he would showboat and have a ball…. those juke joint nights must have been off the hook”