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Pee Wee Crayton - WILD BLUES GUITARIST flac album Performer: Pee Wee Crayton
Title: WILD BLUES GUITARIST
Style: Electric Blues, Jump Blues
Released: 0
MP3 album: 1368 mb
FLAC album: 1284 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: AUD WMA MMF RA AHX APE MP4
Genre: Blues

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Listen to music from Pee Wee Crayton like Blues After Hours, Let The Good Times Roll & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Pee Wee Crayton. In a Living Blues article in the 1980s, he stated that friend and singer, Roy Brown, gave him the nickname. This makes sense since Brown had a way of making nicknames for many of his friends.

Change Your Way Of Lovin' (2:49). Central Avenue Blues (2:43). Bounce Pee Wee (2:49). Brand New Woman (2:45). Thinkin' Of You (3:13). I Love You So (2:54). Good Little Woman (2:33). Huckle Boogie (2:34).

Listen to Blues Blues from Pee Wee Crayton's Archive Blues for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Connie Curtis Crayton (December 18, 1914 – June 25, 1985) known as Pee Wee Crayton, was an American rhythm & blues and blues guitarist and singer. Born in Rockdale, Texas, United States, there are several stories on how Crayton acquired the name Pee Wee. It has also been said that his father gave him the nickname as a tribute to a local Texas piano player.

Biography by Bill Dahl. Highly accomplished blues guitarist whose career blossomed during the late '60s blues boom.

pee wee crayton is the one guitarist that is overlooked and is very underrated I had discovered him through old recordings and became an instant fa. .I collect anything pee wee crayton one fine guitarist and a very good blues singer. Although Uncle "Pee Wee" was certainly unremitting influenced by his close friend and pioneering mastre of the electric blues guitar, "T-Bone" Walker (what axe-handler wasn't during the immediate postwar era?); however, Uncle "Pee Wee" Crayton brought enough "heat" to the table and daring innovation to his playing to avoid being labeled as a mere "T-Bone" Walker copy-"kat.