4/26/2005 12:41:00 PM|||peter patnaik|||Thank you for everyone who has already donated. Here is what I've figured out as to reward people who donate ($3-5 dollars is the suggested donation):

Donate in April or May and get access to download Volume 2 of the Honey Mix series that compiles the site since the last mix, this is a special offer as this mix may or may not be offered for sale outside of this offer.

Donate in June and get access to the June and July mixes. Donate in August and get access to the August and September mixes and so on.

Teddy Darby is a fantastic blues musician out of St. Louis (by way of Indiana) who started to play guitar somewhat late in life (early 20s) after losing his vision due to glaucoma. Darby is a very solid guitar player - but his real talent is his voice and lyrics, something that is often over looked as he is mostly known for his work with Peetie Wheatstraw. Lot of his work features his solid,not remarkable cousin Tommy Webb on piano, Webb's stabbing death in the late 30s promoted Darby to give up the blues and turn his life towards God. This track I think is Darby's finest work, maybe cause I'm biased toward it's great chorus and its inclusion of my favorite blues standard line "But, yer three times seven/she knows what she ought to do"

Blind Teddy Darby - Lawdy Lawdy Worried Blues|||111454131451861632|||Lawdy Lawdy Lawdy