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"Papa" Charlie Jackson
This record was cut in Chicago on November 26th 1934 featuring "Papa" Charlie Jackson six-string banjo & vocals.
"Papa" Charlie Jackson was an influential figure of 1920's most notably as the first self-accompanied male blues singer and instrumentalist to make records. He is further credited with the huge importance of being the originator of "Hokum', a song genre featuring comic, often sexually suggestive lyrics, coupled with lively dance rhythms.
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