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Blues


Blues

The Complete Guide

Main article
Blues
Origins
Origins of the blues
Folk music
Spirituals
Work song
Typical instruments
Acoustic guitar
Double bass
Drum kit
Electric guitar
Guitar
Harmonica
Piano
Saxophone
Trombone
Trumpet
Vocal music
Subgenres
Boogie-woogie
Classic female blues
Country blues
Delta blues
Electric blues
Fife and drum blues
Jump blues
Piano blues
Fusion genres
African blues
Blues rock
Punk blues
Soul blues
Regional scenes
British blues
Canadian blues
Chicago blues
Detroit blues
East Coast blues
Gospel blues
Hill country blues
Hokum
Kansas City blues
Louisiana blues
Memphis blues
New Orleans blues
New York blues
Piedmont blues
St. Louis blues
Swamp blues
Texas blues
West Coast blues
Derivative forms
Bluegrass
Jazz
Rhythm and blues
Rock and roll
Rock music
Other topics
20th-century music
African American culture
All Music Guide to the Blues: The Definitive Guide to the Blues
Blues dance
Blues guitar playing
Blues Hall of Fame
Blues in New Zealand
Blues scale
Blues shouter
Jug band
Mississippi Blues Trail
Museum of African American Music
Twelve-bar blues
Lists
List of blues genres
List of blues musicians
List of blues standards
List of British blues musicians
List of number-one blues albums
List of train songs
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