Top Charley Patton Albums
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Jack of All Trades
Jack of All Trades
[2015]
Mississippi Boll Weevil Blues (The Complete Recordings 1929, Vol. 1)
Mississippi Boll Weevil Blues (The Complete Recordings 1929, Vol. 1)
[2014]
The Complete Recordings 1929-34, Vol. 1
The Complete Recordings 1929-34, Vol. 1
[2014]
Blues Pioneer
Blues Pioneer
[2013]
The Blues Effect - Charley Patton
The Blues Effect - Charley Patton
[2013]
Charley, Delta Blues, Vol. 2
Charley, Delta Blues, Vol. 2
[2013]
Charley Patton, Vol. 1
Charley Patton, Vol. 1
[2013]
The Hues of Blues Collection, Vol. 2
The Hues of Blues Collection, Vol. 2
[2012]
Charley Patton (The Big Blues Collection)
Charley Patton (The Big Blues Collection)
[2012]
A Spoonful of Blues
A Spoonful of Blues
[2012]
Charley Patton - Complete Recordings
Charley Patton - Complete Recordings
[2011]
A Spoonful Blues, Vol. 2
A Spoonful Blues, Vol. 2
[2011]
A Spoonful of Blues, Vol. 1
A Spoonful of Blues, Vol. 1
[2011]
Electrically Recorded: Jesus Is a Dying-Bed Maker
Electrically Recorded: Jesus Is a Dying-Bed Maker
[2011]
Screamin And Hollerin Blues
Screamin And Hollerin Blues
[2011]
Electrically Recorded: High Water Everywhere
Electrically Recorded: High Water Everywhere
[2011]
Electrically Recorded : Prayer of Death
Electrically Recorded : Prayer of Death
[2011]
Spoonful Blues
Spoonful Blues
[2010]
Father Of Delta Blues
Father Of Delta Blues
[2009]
Blue On Blues
Blue On Blues
[2006]
Complete Recordings, CD E
Complete Recordings, CD E
[2002]
Pony Blues
Pony Blues
[1999]
Love My Stuff
Love My Stuff
[1999]
Founder of the Delta Blues
Founder of the Delta Blues
[1995]
King of the Delta Blues
King of the Delta Blues
[1991]
Charley Patton, Vol. 3 (1929-1934)
Charley Patton, Vol. 3 (1929-1934)
[1990]
Related Information for Charley Patton
Charley Patton (between April 1887 and 1891 – April 28, 1934), also known as Charlie Patton, was an American Delta blues musician. He is considered by many to be the "Father of the Delta Blues", and is credited with creating an enduring body of American music and personally inspiring just about every Delta blues man (Palmer, 1995). Musicologist Robert Palmer considers him among the most important musicians that America produced in the twentieth century. Many sources, including musical releases and his gravestone, spell his name “Charley” even though the musician himself spelled his name "Charlie".Patton was born in Hinds County, Mississippi, near the town of Edwards, and lived most of his life in Sunflower County... read more