New Orleans blues, is a subgenre of blues music and a variation of Louisiana blues that developed in the 1940s and 1950s in and around the city of New Orleans, rooted by the rich blues roots of the city going back generations earlier. Strongly influenced by jazz and incorporated Caribbean influences, it is dominated by piano and saxophone but has also produced major guitar bluesmen
Fird Eaglin, Jr. (January 21, 1936 or 1937 – February 18, 2009), known as Snooks Eaglin, was an American guitarist and singer based in New Orleans. His vocal style was reminiscent of that of Ray Charles; in the 1950s, when he was in his late teens, he sometimes billed himself as "Little Ray Charles".
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After bumping around New Orleans as a pickup musician and busker, Snooks Eaglin had the first opportunity to record under his own name in 1958, when folklorist Harry Oster discovered him playing acoustic guitar on the streets of the Crescent City. At age 22, the blind guitarist had already developed an extraordinarily singular style, especially when it came to strumming and fingerpicking. It was later surmised that Eaglin’s technique derived from his ability to play bass and guitar parts simultaneously, a talent he honed playing in R&B bands in the early '50s. Befitting a busker, his.
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