Mississippi Fred McDowell - one of the only blues men I can listen to - treats the voice as an accompaniment tool rather than a lead

Fred McDowell (January 1904 -- July known by his stage name; Mississippi Fred McDowell, was a blues singer and guitar player in the North Missis.

Going Down to the River - Remastered, a song by Mississippi Fred McDowell on Spotify

Going Down to the River - Remastered, a song by Mississippi Fred McDowell on Spotify

Two Blues greats, Johnny Shines & Mississippi Fred McDowell.....

Two Blues greats, Johnny Shines (April 1915 – April & Mississippi Fred McDowell (January 1906 – July

Mississippi Fred McDowell - "Goin' Down to the River".   Alright, finally! some Freddie gettin' down acoustically. Enjoy!

Mississippi Fred McDowell - Goin Down to the River Curious thing about the blues;

Mississippi Fred McDowell is a slide master, he should be a lot more recognized than he is. Reeeespect to him.

Mississippi Fred Mcdowell - Woke Up This Morning With My Mind On Jesus Lyrics & Video

"You Gotta Move" is a song written by Fred McDowell and Rev. Gary Davis. Being a well-known song of McDowell's, covered by The Rolling Stones in their 1971 album Sticky Fingers.    The album which included this song was recorded at McDowell's home in Como, Mississippi in 1964, and in Holy Springs, Mississippi and Berkeley, California in 1965.

Fred McDowell (January 1904 – July known by his stage name; Mississippi Fred McDowell, was an American Hill country blues singer and guitar player. Click Pic for More.

Lyrics:    I got on that freight train; I tried to beat my way.  Lord, them rocks and gravel, Lord, flew all in my face. (What happened, boy?)    I asked the conductor, let me ride it blind. (Okay...)  I asked the conductor to let me ride it blind. (What did he say?)  Lord, he shook his head, said, "The train ain't none of mine."    (Left you shook up, t...

Mississippi Fred McDowell and his wife, Annie Mae. McDowell did the original version of "Ya Gotta Move" which was a hit for the Stones and taught Bonnie Raitt to play slide guitar.

Shake 'em on Down / Mississippi Fred McDowell

McDowell performing the classic north Mississippi hill country song "Shake 'Em On Down".

Mississippi Fred McDowell - "John Henry" - A real treat for the blues buffs out there. Sure wish there was more video of this guy out there, especially something acoustic, but even on an electric Fred is something else

Mississippi Fred McDowell: "John Henry" and "Goin' Down to the River" . Listen Mississippi Fred McDowell: "John Henry" and "Goin' Down to the River" Know more about Mississippi Fred McDowell: "John Henry" and "Goin' Down to the River" -Daily Music Break

"Levee Camp Blues" by Mississippi Fred McDowell

"Levee Camp Blues" by Mississippi Fred McDowell

Mississippi Fred McDowell

Mississippi Fred McDowell was a Country blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter who recorded mostly during the He was born in Tennessee and lived.

Mississippi Fred McDowell - You gotta move - YouTube

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Going Down to the River - Remastered

Going Down to the River - Remastered

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