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The Wang Wang Blues/Dear Old Southland/Wabash Blues - Carmen Cavallaro - Songs Of Our Times - Song Hits Of 1921 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "Wabash Blues", with words by Dave Ringle and music by Fred Meinken, was the first major success for pianist, saxophonist and song composer Isham Jones (–). Recorded in by Isham Jones and his Orchestra, this million-seller stayed twelve weeks in the U.S. charts, six at No. 1.
  2. Wabash Blues This song is by Hank Snow and appears on the album Hank Snow's Country Guitar (), on the Box set The Singing Ranger Vol. 3 (), on the album Blues For My Blue Eyes ().
  3. May 27,  · Blues songs are popular for their slow, melancholy feel and expressive lyrics. Think of an emotional theme for your blues song, like heartache, depression, or loneliness. Use 4-line verses where the 2nd line repeats the first for a classic blues structure. Make your 4th line rhyme with the first 2 if you can, but this isn’t webstheftsubloviveworkvaclilenstige.coinfo: K.
  4. Northwest Musicians and Bands a cross section of Blues, Roots, Blues Rock, and Soul artists in our region (click on names for web links) 44th Street Blues Band () /() Richard Allen & the Louisiana Experience () AlleyKattz () ALTAI BAND Amigos Nobles – Annieville Blues () Joel Astley () Kim [ ].
  5. Blues Identifier 78_wang-wang-blues_the-nickelodeons-gus-mueller-buster-johnson-leo-wood-henry-busse_gbiab Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Ed Nuestro User_metadataentered Matthew Werkmeister User_transferred Matthew Werkmeister.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Carmen Cavallaro - Songs Of Our Times - Song Hits Of at Discogs. Complete your Carmen Cavallaro collection.3/5(1).
  7. Nov 27,  · THE WANG WANG BLUES - Fox Trot (Leo Wood - Gus Mueller - B. Johnson - Henry Busse) Henry Busse and his Orchestra Decca, A (), As I sift through the stacks of 78rpm records stored here and there around the house, I am noticing the initials "CLB" printed on the labels of many of the more sophisticated titles.
  8. "The Wang Wang Blues" is an interesting example of a Tin Pan Alley attempt to write a song in the 'blues' style. It is really more of a vaudeville song than a true 'blues'. Nonetheless, it is very catchy song and it was widely covered for many years to come. Mamie Smith is a good singer but her style is more theatrical than really bluesy.
  9. This song was written by Leo Wood, Gus Meuller and Buster Johnson. It was recorded by Paul Whiteman in and was not released as sheet music until the following year. By the song was already very popular and was used as the title for one of "Ziegfeld's Follies" in that year. There were at least four versions of the son released in alone. It is perhaps not an authentic blues song.

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