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Blind Norris

Blind Norris was the name that Norris McHenry recorded in when he tracked two edges (“Longest Teach Blues” and “Long Street Blues”) on Oct 25, 1929, in Dallas, TX, accompanied by two even more edges for Decca Information (“Sundown Blues” and “The Katy Blues”) recorded in Dallas in Feb 8, 1937. On the last mentioned program he was followed by Alex Moore on piano and Andrew Hogg on electric guitar. No various other recordings are known, though it has been observed that Blind Norris (who appears to mainly whistle on these periods) noises suspiciously like Billiken Johnson.

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