Outside Woman Blues


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FavoriteLoadingAdd to favorites My singing is good for a chuckle 🙂 Originally a tune by Blind Joe Reynolds (1929) ... my bass line interpretation based on the version made popular by Cream. I find it a bluesy riff that's fun to play at times. You might want to check it out 🙂 Pretty cool Wiki trivia on Blind Joe Reynolds: "He was blinded by a shotgun blast to the face in Louisiana in the mid-late 1920s, which resulted in the physical loss of his eyes. Despite this handicap, Blind Joe became known for his distinctive bottleneck style as well as his reported accuracy with a pistol, with which it is said he could judge the position of a target by sound alone." Blind joe original 1929 Outside Woman Blues on YT ... watch?v=SLhgYmkeyfY Cream version ... watch?v=4ig4IJgRjGU


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