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Charles Henry Tate, known as Baby Tate (January 28, 1916 – August 17, 1972) was an American Piedmont blues guitarist, who in a sporadic career spanning five decades worked with the guitarists Blind Boy Fuller and Pink Anderson and the harmonica player Peg Leg Sam. His playing style was influenced by Blind Blake, Buddy Moss, Blind Boy Fuller, Josh White, Willie Walker, and to some extent Lightnin' Hopkins.
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When Your Woman Don't Want You Around. This song is by Baby Tate and appears on the album The Blues of Baby Tate - See What You Done Done (1962). Now, you can always tell when your woman don't want you aroundYeah, you can always tell when your woman don't want you aroundYou know, she will put you in jail, or six feets in the ground. Yeah, you get locked up in trouble, just can't get my bailLocked up in jail and I, just can't get my bailBut just as soon as I can get out of here, gonna find me someone else.
Recorded during the blues revival of the early '60s, The Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done is a wonderful collection of country blues. Tate's teacher was Blind Boy Fuller, and his influence shines through on the album. That doesn't mean that See What You Done Done is simply a Fuller record, however - Tate has absorbed his influence and developed his own warm, rambling style that suits these traditional numbers perfectly.
Tate released his only album, Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done, in 1962, and twelve months later appeared in Samuel Charters's documentary film The Blues. Throughout the 1960s he performed irregularly across the United States. With the harmonica player Peg Leg Sam or the guitarists Baby Brooks or McKinley Ellis, he recorded nearly sixty tracks in 1970 and 1971 for Peter B. Lowry, but the proposed album remained unreleased after Tate died unexpectedly in the summer of 1972. In January 2011, Tate was nominated for the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards in the category Blues Song, for "See What You Done Done". His recording of the song is included on the compilation album Classic Appalachian Blues, released by Smithsonian Folkways in 2010.
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