Country Rural Blues
My defination of Country Blues is those harmonica acoustic styles that generally have a maximum amount of chords being used in them. Sonny Terry would be a great example of this along with DeFord Bailey and other solo unaccompanied players who were common in the 1920's. The study song "Skip To My Lou" was not a part of DeFord's known repertoire but it does serve as an idea vehicle to learn Bailey's advances techniques because it is one of the easiest melodies to play on the harmonica. The study song "Chasin' Lost Sonny" may be the hardest thing in the store to learn and play with conviction although some of it is VERY easy to play.