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8 thoughts on “ Good Looking Papa Blues - Clara Smith - Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)

  1. It's only a brand new shout called, the percolatin' blues That music gives me a thrill That music gives me a thrill Good music gives me a thrill By gollys I can't keep still That music is what I crave I'm just no jazz band slave Can't make my feet behave when I hear them blues You hop to the left then hop to the right Then percolate Hot diggity.
  2. Blues Identifier 78_kansas-city-man-blues_clara-smith-clarence-johnson-and-clarence-williams-stanley-mi_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev1 Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Perry Longo User_transferred.
  3. Oh Papa Blues This song is by Ma Rainey and appears on the album Vol. 4-(Nov Dec ) () and on the album (). Just like a rainbow I have faded away My daddy leaves me ' most every day But he don't't mean me no good; why? Because I only whish he would I'm almost going insane I'm forever tryin' to call his name: Oh papa - look what you .
  4. Apr 28,  · Guess this is as good a thread as any to post this in: Just watching the episode with Carl Ballentine in it titled "FIND THE MONKEES", complete with a romp featuring PAPA GENE'S BLUES, and never noticed until today that both Davy & Peter are silently lip-syncing AHHHHH during the chorus.
  5. Clara Smith Good Looking Papa Blues / Don't Advertise Your Man: Rated: "Good Looking Papa Blues" was cut in New York on 29 January by Clara Smith (vocal), Ernest Elliott (clarinet) and Charles A. Matson (piano). The song, which was written by Clarence Williams, was first recorded [as "Good Looking Papa"] by Mamie Smith on 23 July
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  7. Volume 4 of Clara Smith's complete works as reissued by Document in the s opens with "Look Where the Sun Done Gone," "Rock, Church, Rock," and a cover of Ma Rainey's "Jelly Bean Blues." These sides were cut on May Day with backing by her Novelty Band -- trombonist Tom Edwards, clarinetist Clarence Adams, pianist Stanley Miller, and banjoist Herman Gibson.
  8. Hot Papa Blues Lyrics Total views: 0 times this week / Rating: /10 [16 votes] Album: Greatest Blues of the 's / Original Release Date:

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