5.25 x 7.5
Grossman's Guitar Workshop
Mance Lipscomb (1895-1976), the son of a former slave, lived almost his whole life in Navasota, Texas, supporting himself and his family by tenant farming. But he was also a guitar player and songster who played blues and rags for his neighbors at local Saturday night parties. In 1960 Mance was "discovered." Within a short period of time he was recording albums and performing around the country. This video presents a rare 1969 television concert.
DVD is region 0, playable worldwide.
Baby, You Don't Have To Go
Going Down Slow
I Want To Do Something For You
Keep On Trucking
Key To The Highway
Long Way To Tipperary
Mama Don't Allow
Night Time Is The Right Time
So Different Blues
Take Me Back
When The Saints Go Marching In
You Got To See Your Mama Every Night
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