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 Rev. Gary Davis - Twelve Gates to the City   

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Release Date:04/08/2014;Notes:One of the most influential blues guitarists in history - a man who is credited with developing the finger picking style used by such luminaries as Blind Boy Fuller and Brownie McGhee - Reverend Gary Davis made his first recordings in New York City between July 23 and 26, 1935 after being discovered in Durham, North Carolina by local store manager and Columbia talent scout, J.B. Long. All of those legendary sides are found here on this LP, fourteen tunes that introduced the world to the Piedmont blues style, performed by, arguably, the style's most important artist.;Track List:1. I Belong to the Band-Hallelujah!;2. The Great Change in Me;3. The Angel's Message to Me;4. I Saw the Light;5. Lord Stand By Me;6. I Am the Light;7. O Lord Search My Heart;8. Have More Faith in Jesus;9. You Got to Go Down;10. I Am the True Vine;11. Twelve Gates to the City;12. You Can Go Home;13. I'm Throwin' Up My Hand;14. Cross and Evil Woman Blues

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