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About Walter Rhodes
Walter 'Pat' Rhodes, a street singer and accordionist from Cleveland, Mississippi regularly played in an ensemble made up of one or two guitarists a fiddler and Rhodes. In 1927 he became the first Sunflower County musician to record. His recording of ''Crowing Rooster Blues'' accompanied by Richard ''Hacksaw'' Harney and Mylon Harney (Pat & Can) on guitars precedes Patton's more famous recording of ''Banty Rooster Blues'' by two years. This record, backed with ''Leaving Home Blues,'' is the only commercial blues recording in English that used the accordion until the emergence of zydeco.