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Various - Memphis Blues (1928 - 1930) Jazz Tribune No. 51 Scaricare

Various - Memphis Blues (1928 - 1930) Jazz Tribune No. 51 Scaricare
Titolo:
Memphis Blues (1928 - 1930) Jazz Tribune No. 51
Interprete:
Various
Stile:
Memphis Blues
Numero di catalogo:
NL 89276
Paese:
Germany
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1896 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2170 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
RCA

Tracklist


1Joe McCoyI'm Going Back Home
2Memphis Jug BandPeaches In The Springtime
3Robert WilkinsI Do Blues
4Frank Stokes'Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do Part 2
5Gus Cannon & Noah LewisViola Lee Blues
6Will Shade & Minnie WallaceYou Wouldn't, Would You Papa?
7Furry LewisDry Land Blues
8Joe McCoyGeorgia Skin
9Joe McCoyI Never Told A Lie
10Will Shade & Minnie WallaceThe Old Folks Started It
11Frank Stokes- How Long? -
12Frank StokesRight Now Blues
13Furry LewisMistreatin' Mama
14Jim Jackson I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana Part 2
15Memphis Jug BandSnitchin' Gambler Blues
16Will Shade & Minnie WallaceDirty Butter
17Furry LewisKassie Jones Part 1
18Memphis Jug BandSun Brimmer Blues
19Robert WilkinsJail House Blues
20Gus CannonFeather Bed
21Gus CannonBring It With You When You Come
22Frank StokesIt Won't Be Long Now
23Jim Jackson I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana Part 1
24Robert WilkinsRolling Stone Part 1
25Jim Jackson I'm Wild About My Lovin
26Will Shade & Minnie WallaceWon't You Be Kind To Me?
27Gus Cannon Big Railroad Blues - - -
28Robert WilkinsRolling Stone Part 2
29Furry LewisI Will Turn Your Money Green
30Joe McCoyDon't Want No Woman
31Memphis Jug BandA Black Woman Is Like A Black Snake
32Jim Jackson This Mornin' She Was Gone


Aziende


  • Distributed By – RCA/Ariola


Album


Right Now Blues - Frank Stokes. I'm Wild About My Lovin - Jim Jackson. I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana Part 1 - Jim Jackson. I Do Blues - Robert Wilkins. Sun Brimmer Blues - Memphis Jug Band. Snitchin' Gambler Blues - Memphis Jug Band. Peaches In The Springtime - Memphis Jug Band. A Black Woman Is Like A Black Snake - Memphis Jug Band. Category: Blues Style: Memphis Blues Year: 1984. Mp3 album: 1874 mb. FLAC album. Frank Stokes - The Victor Recordings In Chronological Order 1928-1929. Various - Essential Memphis Blues. Blues Rolling Stone Part 1 Rolling Stone Part 2 I Do Blues Sun Brimmer Blues Snitchin' Gambler Blues Peaches In The Springtime A Black Woman Is Like A Black Snake. C5 Will Shade & Minnie Wallace Dirty Butter. C6 Will Shade & Minnie Wallace The Old Folks Started It. Memphis Blues 1928 - 1930 No. 51 2xLP, Comp, RE. Label Category Country Year RCA NL 89276 France Unknown. RCA NL 89276 Germany Unknown. Related Music albums to Memphis Blues 1928 - 1930 Jazz. Tribune No. 51 by Various. Various - Right Now Blues mp3. Various - I'm Wild About My Lovin mp3. Various - Dry Land Blues mp3. Various - I Will Turn Your Money Green mp3. Jail House Blues. Robert Wilkins. Memphis Blues Vol. I Do Blues. That's No Way To Get Along. Alabama Blues. Long Train Blues. Falling Down Blues. Nashville Stonewall Blues. Album 2008 20 Songs. Doctor Blues. Luis Russell and His Orchestra. Never No Lament: The Blanton-Webster Band Remastered. Duke Ellington. Jelly Roll Morton. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Shop 258 records for sale for album Memphis blues by Various on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. divers artistes - various artist memphis blues 1928-1930 - jazz tribune . RCA NL 89276 - France - 1984. Price : . Format : Double LP Gatefold. Cover condition : NM Near Mint Media condition : NM Near Mint. Document's Memphis Blues 1928-1935 contains the 14 Robert Wilkins sides that are currently in circulation, augmented with cuts by a pair of country bluesmen, Tom Dickinson and Allen Shaw. Since Wilkins' recordings are also available on Yazoo's Original Rolling Stone, which is easier to find than this disc, Memphis Blues 1928-1935 isn't a necessary purchase for Wilkins fans, unless they're serious country-blues fans who want the cuts by Dickinson and Shaw, as well. Track Listing. Memphis Blues is the tenth studio album by American singer Cyndi Lauper. Regarded as a continuation of her 2008 comeback the album was a nominee for the Grammy Awards 2010 and was released on her 57th birthday, June 22, 2010. According to the Brazilian daily newspaper O Globo, the album had sold 600,000 copies worldwide by November 2010. Memphis Blues was voted the 7th best album of 2010 by the New York Post, and it went on to become Billboard's biggest selling blues album of 2010. To support the