PFC Rhythm and Blues Jones

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R&B guitar picker from the song "PFC Rhythm and Blues Jones" by Ray Stevens from his 1962 album 1,837 Seconds of Humor.

The song, a nasty little bit of racism, portrays an African-American army soldier as a coward who only wants to get out of the jungle and go home and play his guitar. Worse, Ray does it in insulting racist dialect.