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South Carolina Rag - Various - East Coast Blues (CD)

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  2. Chapter () South Carolina Rag In this beautiful ragtime lesson, Mary Flower teaches us a nice I VI II V chord progression in the friendly key of C. Here are the chords of the song: C A D7 G7. This tune is a straight 8 bar blues in which we will play a different chord every two measures.
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  4. East Coast Rhythm and Blues is one of the hottest Beach Music bands in the southeast. latest release of "Sunshine" featuring Kim Jones is climbing the charts on the beach music stations from Virginia to South Carolina. Thank you for calling in and requesting the song. The song "Lovely Lady" has been included on the compilation CD.
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  7. Jul 30,  · South Carolina Rag exhibits the superb blind guitarist Willie Walker, Brownie Blues the interlocking guitars of Tarter & Gay, and No No Blues the stomping slide guitar of Curley Weaver. Major figures are caught early in their careers: Josh White with Lord, I Want To Die Easy, Sonny Terry with Harmonica Stomp and Rev Gary Davis with I Saw The Light.

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