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    Greatest classic Blues songs

    Blues is a popular music genre and traditional musical form that were born in the Deep South of America around the early 1860s by African Americans from slave roots in the backwoods of what was then known as the Black Belt. The slaves of the blues were integral members of their own groups and networks in the communities they lived in; sharing information about each other and about the region's culture, economy, and events. For many years after these groups of black Americans began to fade out of the public consciousness, they were rediscovered during the civil rights era when blues musicians and groups made their way into mainstream black American music and into the hearts and homes of white Americans. Today, there are many recordings and presentations of popular blues music for sale in CDs, on audio CDs, in live performance at local blues clubs, and on various websites.

    Today's present-day blues music includes more than just traditional blues songs with a simple blues chord progression. There are also new songs that feature a blues chord progression and are completely original creations by blues musicians and artists. In addition, there are also many instrumental blues music tracks available on the Internet, including classic tracks such as "Mystery Train" by Blind Willie McTell, "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" by Aretha Franklin, and "Tears In Heaven" by Aretha Franklin. These and many more types of blues music are available from many websites on the Internet.

    "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" by Blind Willie McTell: This is another example of a powerful, classic blues chord progression that features a repeating pattern over four verses and two verses. With a simple introduction and an outro that have the repeating "boogie" part, the first verse quickly shifts to the second before the final chorus. Boogie in action "I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face" by Blind Willie McTell

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