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9 thoughts on “ I Ain´t Got Nobody / A Little Independant / Birth Of The Blues ”

  1. Just A Gigolo / I Ain't Got Nobody: Body And Soul: Jump, Jive, An' Wail: (Nothin's Too Good) For My Baby: I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You: Basin Street Blues/When It's Sleepy Time Down South: Night Train: The Lip: Whistle Stop: Five Months, Two Weeks, Two Days: Banana Split For.
  2. Oct 02,  · I Ain't Got Nobody - A Little Bit Independent - Birth Of The Blues, a song by Dennis Hayward on SpotifyMusic Duration: 3 min.
  3. Sep 12,  · Louis Daniel Armstrong (August 4, – July 6, ), nicknamed Satchmo, Satch, and Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in storapiphforseroclicaprefulljotil.coinfo career spanned five decades, from the s to the s, and different eras in the history of jazz. In , he was inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame.
  4. - Collector's genre note: "adapted from old popular song and recorded by Hattie Ellis as blues" - Performance Note: "I Ain't Got Nobody" performed by Hattie Ellis (vocals and guitar) at Goree State Farm, near Huntsville, Texas, on May 14,
  5. Vintage Toledo Blues Little Walter Jr. - Watercoast Blues - Low Down Dirty Shame - Shadyland Blues Big Jack Reynolds - Made It Up In Your Mind - You Don't Treat Me Right Calvin Frazier - Rock House - Got Nobody To Tell My Troubles To - I Need Love (Barbara Brown, voc) - Lillie Mae Fred Harris - Uptown - Sad Man Blues Red Tops Organ.
  6. Nov 01,  · Check out Really the Blues?: A Blues History (), Vol. 1 () by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on storapiphforseroclicaprefulljotil.coinfo
  7. Got the Blues Chock House Blues Birth of the Blues Knoxville Blues My Soul is a Witness Smoke House Blues Boneyard Shuffle Motherless Child The Bumps I Ain't Got Nobody G Burns is Gonna Rise Again Can't Help Lovin' That Man Violin Blues.
  8. One hundred years ago this month, February 26, , what is generally acknowledged as the first recording of jazz was released. “Livery Stable Blues,” performed by the Original Dixieland Jass Band [1] was a best-selling record for Victor, but is a problematic “first” as it is a recording of a white band performing an African American genre.
  9. Feb 21,  · I ain't got Nobody McKenzie Red Here's how Red Mckenzie tells of the birth of The Mound City Blue Blowers. In , Red "was back in his home town, St. Louis, the 'Mound City' from which the Blue Blowers got their name. "I was a bellhop in the Claridge Red said, " and across the street was a place called Butler Brothers Soda Shop.

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