John Dee Holeman | You Got to Lose You Can't Win All the Time

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You Got to Lose You Can't Win All the Time

by John Dee Holeman

Taking traditional blues to a new place where John's voice and guitar soar, letting us know what the blues is all about.
Genre: Blues: Piedmont Blues
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1. Two Trains Runnin\'
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2. Mojo Hand
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3. Early Letter Blues
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4:05 album only
4. Ain\'t Gonna Worry, My Life Anymore
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5. One Black Rat
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3:28 album only
6. Three O\'Clock in the Morning Blues
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7. John Dee Jam
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8. Hoochie Coochie Man
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9. You Got to Lose, You Can\'t Win All the Time
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10. John Henry
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John Dee Holeman was born in Orange County, N.C. in 1929. He is a storyteller, dancer and a blues artist. He played with musicians who learned directly from Blind Boy Fuller. He possesses an expressive blues voice and is a wonderful guitarist incorporating both Piedmont and Texas guitar styles. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage fellowship and a North Carolina Folk Heritage award, John Dee has toured the U.S, Europe and Asia. John works as a heavy machine operator.


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