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Talk, Erogenous Dissipated Expression (Blues For Lowary) - Johnny Wicks Swinging Ozarks - Jockey Jack Boogie (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: Pearl Records (5) - PL-13 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop •


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9 thoughts on “ Talk, Erogenous Dissipated Expression (Blues For Lowary) - Johnny Wicks Swinging Ozarks - Jockey Jack Boogie (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Gohn says:
    Wald points out that famed Delta Blues pioneer Son House once sang, “The blues ain’t nothing but a low-down, aching chill.” Great poetry, but also perhaps a certifiable definition of what the blues is, at least according to one theory. So according to this theory, the blues is a certain, distinct kind of feeling translated into music.
  2. Bratilar says:
    Words and music by W. C. Handy / arr. John Denton. Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score & Parts. Here is a must-have jazz classic that has been performed by virtually every jazz artist from composer W.C. Handy and Glenn Miller to Herbie Hancock. That's because it is a clever and interesting tune - going from major to minor then back to major all the while.
  3. Gusida says:
    May 22,  · "Riding" as a euphemism for sexual intercourse was common in English for centuries, but the rider was typically male. In the blues, though, a rider can be of either sex. Both male and female singers sing the traditional song "C.C. Rider," for example; they just change the gender of the rider. C.C. Rider, see what you have done.
  4. Kigagor says:
    Title & Theme The title is called the Weary Blues because the man who's playing the blues is playing it so much it's making him depressed and weary, a title believed to have been originated by Artie Mathews in a song he wrote in Theme: The piano, the man singing the blues.
  5. Arakazahn says:
    Aug 31,  · The funny side of blues music Mad Music Archive board ^ | 08/31/06 | raccoonradio Posted on 08/31/ AM PDT by raccoonradio. having been a blues DJ since (and a DJ overall since '81), I figured I'd make a list of some of the blues tunes I can remember that fall into the novelty category. --Can Blue Men Sing the Whites, Bonzo Dog.
  6. Akinokus says:
    Check out St. Louis Blues by Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on lotjohntermilimooberucidustcardpron.xyzinfo
  7. Kekazahn says:
    influenced by the blues and its derivative boogie-woogie. His style of music was not exactly rockabilly but it has been often called real rock and roll (this is a label he shares with several African American rock and roll performers).[][] Many early rock and roll songs are based on blues: “That's All Right Mama,” “ Johnny lotjohntermilimooberucidustcardpron.xyzinfo Size: 47KB.
  8. Tugrel says:
    Jul 11,  · I heard this one, yet again, from Dave Van Ronk, who got it from Reverend Gary Davis,* but either of us could have learned it from any number of other sources. Indeed, this song became somewhat a bane of my existence in the s, because whenever some musician or musicians who were roughly my age Continue reading Hesitation Blues (deep history of a dirty blues) →.
  9. Zolojas says:
    Feb 21,  · Some of these are songs with a spoken script (e.g., Jack Dupree, Junior Wells), while others are looser, improvised raps done over a bar blues (e.g., Albert King.

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