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Yea, Alabama - Various - ;Memphis Stomp; - The Victor Recordings In Memphis 1927-1930 (CD)

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  1. Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings Memphis Slim: Four O'Clock Blues: Memphis Slim and the Real Boogie-Woogie: Priscilla Stewart: P. D. Q. Blues: Priscilla Stewart Hilda Alexander & Mamie McClure: He's Tight Like This: George Williams & Bessie Brown Vol. 2 Lil Johnson: I Lost My Baby: When The Sun.
  2. May 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Memphis Stomp · Memphis Stompers Memphis Stomp - The Victor Recordings ℗ Frog Records Released on: Auto-generated by.
  3. Oct 10,  · Memhis Stomp is a collection of rare recordings of big bands recorded in memphis circa These sides are all hotter then hell. In fact the 8 innovative sides by Williamson's Beale Street Frolic Orchestra are so hot and jazzed you'll be peeing in you're pants from excitement!!!5/5(2).
  4. In addition to several recordings by Alabama's Million Dollar Band (link), "Yea Alabama!" has been interpreted on record by the Memphis Stompers (RCA VIctor, ) and the Coon-Saunders Orchestra (). A Dixieland version of "Yea, Alabama" was recorded by .
  5. May 24,  · Today’s show is the fourth installment spotlighting great recording sessions. The first spotlighted two sessions conducted by the Victor label in New Orleans in and , the second was conducted by Brunswick in Memphis in and , the third was recordings Columbia made in December and December and the fourth spotlighted Victor in Memphis in
  6. Feb 07,  · JSP CD zzz VARIOUS Memphis Country Blues Recordings 1 John R. T. Davies JSP CD DAVIS, Walter First Recordings John R. T. Davies JSP CD CANNON, Gus (& His Jug Stompers) The Legendary Recordings John R. T. Davies JSP CD CROSBY, Bing On Treasure Island John R. T. Davies.
  7. Nov 05,  · Three major figures of the Memphis music industry passed away recently and the community is reeling with the loss. The deaths of Judith Johnstone, Memphis singer and patron of the music scene, concert promoter James Manning and Memphis punk pioneer Bob Holmes have left a big hole in the Memphis music world. Judith Johnstone Judith.

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