Mose’s first full-length CD was finally released in 1997.
He spent the last two decades of his life as an ambassador for Memphis Blues, primarily playing educational and cultural festivals associated with the Center for Southern Folklore. Bobo, MS 1995The Thompson family ran a general store in the majority African-American town of Bobo for over 40 years.
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Slide guitar technique is thought to have developed from a rudimentary single string African instrument played by sliding a bone or rock the length of the string.
In the American South, a similar child's toy called a "diddley bow" often served as the first musical instrument for aspiring young blues players in the Delta.
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Bentonia, MS 1993A black cat stares out from the front porch of blues singer Jack Owens as he plays his dark and haunting blues with harmonica accompanist Bud Spires.
Owens, whose canon of songs comes from the minor-keyed Bentonia tradition made famous by the delta legend Skip James, sings in his signature song, “It must have been the devil that changed that woman’s mind/I’d rather be the devil than to be that woman’s friend.” Songs in the Bentonia tradition are suffused with brooding images of the supernatural.
Robert Johnson drew from this tradition in composing his most haunting blues, “Hellhound on my Trail.”Memphis, TN 1995Mose Vinson was one of the last practitioners of genuine barrelhouse blues piano.
Hooks is a mainstay of the Clarksdale/Bobo area live music scene.