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Like the tenor banjo, the plectrum is usually played with a pick, and it is used in the same way that a tenor banjo is played. Four-string banjos were quite common in jug bands, sometimes played alongside another banjo, either a five- or six-string instrument. There were a number of four-string banjo virtuosos in the United States during the 1920s and 1930s, notably Perry Standard style tenor plectrum banjo (OME Banjos) banjo oddly constructed, with a fifth string that does not run all the way up the neck.
He recorded for a variety of record labels, and was one of the few blues artists ever to record for soul label Motown Records. Allison lived in France from 1980 until 1994. That year, toward the end of his life, Allison returned to the United States and signed with ALLIGATOR RECORDS, and his career picked up steam. Although Allison was a renowned blues player, he also integrated aspects of other pop styles into his performances, sometimes recording with horns. His life was cut short by lung cancer.
He was a fingerpicker who mastered the art of syncopation, playing on and off the beat at will. He composed many songs and was a pleasant enough singer, but it was his guitar skills that made him stand out. In addition to his own records, Blake played on records with a variety of artists, including six-string banjoist PAPA CHARLIE JACKSON, classic blues singer MA RAINEY, and jazz clarinet player Johnny Dodds. Some of Blake’s recordings were solo guitar pieces, some were songs, and some were spoken-word pieces in which he would play solo guitar while doing a recitation.
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