Show Me The Way To Go Home - Joe Ryan - Honky Tonk: Joe Ryan And His Barrelhouse Piano (Vinyl, LP)
Label: Mount Vernon Music - MVM 101 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Blues •
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Better fun is the barrelhouse piano of "The Boogie Man Boogie" – a song about a ghost who won't leave the black and white keys alone in the dead of night. Another goody in that R&B vein is "House Of Blue Lights" – a 78" hit for Eddie Slack and Ella May Morse on Capitol Records way back in (Jerry Lee Lewis did a cover of it too)/5(51).
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Nov 12, · In his rollicking barrelhouse-piano boogie-woogie "Honky Cat," he reflects on a youth of "boppin' in the country, fishin' in a stream," puts his "redneck ways" behind when lured by city.