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While "Bluegrass" was named for Bill Monroe, he learned the craft from his Uncle Pendleton Vandiver, a crippled civil war vet fiddler. They lived together in a two-room log cabin after the death of Monroe's parents, and he passed his music to Monroe, who in-turn bequeathed it on his passing. Some 52 years after Pendleton's death, Ricky Skaggs' cover of Monroe's song memorializing "Uncle Pen" shot to #1 on the Country Music Charts. Monroe played the part of his uncle in the music video.

Willie Dixon & Memphis Slim in Paris Pullover 

SKU:APUCONSDPARIS
Price: 
$45.90
 
 

Description
Baby, Please Come Home!

This official blues hoodie features a deep cut Willie Dixon and Memphis Slim album, only available through Bluescentric.

Recorded at a low-key event in Trios Mailletz, Paris, France in 1962, Willie Dixon played bass and Memphis Slim played piano together on over a dozen numbers. Backed only by drummer Phillipe Combelle, the two traded songs and left out many of their hits in favor of a few more obscure songs, which makes for an interesting album between two blues music legends.

Bluescentric Willie Dixon & Memphis Slim hoodies are printed on quality Hanes 90% cotton, 10% poly high-density cotton jersey-lined pullover with dye-matched drawstring. Light Steel is 85% cotton. Sizes are available in Small-3XL and run true.