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Mississippi John Hurt

Mississippi John Hurt - Blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player (1893 - 1966)

Mississippi John Hurt was a blues musician known for his unique fingerpicking technique and soft-spoken songs that combined gospel inspiration and an acoustic folk sound. He was first recorded in 1928, but was forgotten until the early 1960's, when he was embraced by a new generation of blues aficionados and musicians alike.

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