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This is Eddie James Son House, a Mississippi Delta Blues artist who was contemporary with Robert Johnson and Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Mississippi... more
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This is Eddie James "Son" House, a Mississippi Delta Blues artist who was contemporary with Robert Johnson and Charlie Patton, Bukka White, Mississippi John Hurt and so many others. His recording of "Clarksdale Moan" is one of the rarest blues recordings known. Son House was raised chopping cotton in the Mississippi fields around Clarksdale MS (home of the infamous Crossroads), and had a serious draw to preach, and did so several times. He also served time in Mississippi's notorious Parchman Farms. After nearly drifting into obscurity, Son House enjoyed a resurgence in the 60s and until his death. He is often referred to as the man who taught Robert Johnson (and possibly Charlie Patton) and other early bluesmen how to play guitar. This is 4th in my series of Delta Blues musicians, and shows his National O guitar as well as Parchman and the Bible, along with a cotton field hand.
God gave me the talent to paint and draw. I am blessed with the ability to visualize stories, or moments in time, and then to recreate them for others to see what I saw in my mind. I have in some form or fashion painted for a living my whole life. I started out hand painting billboards as a pictorial artist (back when they were painted), and have done everything from fine art to theatrical backdrops, sets, and film and TV. I also hand painted art on furniture (for a major maufacturer) for a few years. I even did a few barns with See Rock City on them... My art focuses on what I may feel is memorable at the moment. A snapshot in time, or something that may be disappearing, or maybe just an emotional moment in life. So it may be...
Otis L Stanley
I'm feelin' your Blues series. Congrats. peace, O.