6 thoughts on “ A&V Railroad Blues - Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order 1930 ”

  1. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order - Buck Dancer's Choice (Sam McGEE) / The Franklin Blues (Sam McGEE) / A Cool Shady Nook (Sam McGEE) / If I Could Only Blot Out The Past (Sam McGEE) / Knoxville Blues (Sam McGEE) / Old Master's Runaway (McGEE BROTHERS) / Charming Bill (McGEE BROTHERS) / A Flower From My Angel Mother's.
  2. On Nov 18th, Jack White's Third Man Records, in partnership with John Fahey's Revenant Records, will unlock the second and final chapter chronicling the curious tale of America's most important record label with 'The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 2 ().'Label: Third Man.
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  4. Complete song listing of Little Brother Montgomery on country.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo
  5. Wallace recorded an album, Women Be Wise, on October 31, , in Copenhagen, Denmark, with Roosevelt Sykes and Little Brother Montgomery playing the piano, she recorded another album in , Sings the Blues, on which she accompanied herself on piano on the title song, with Sykes or Montgomery playing piano on other tracks.
  6. Railroad" ("Dinah") goes back to pre-Civil War min­ strel days. "Poor Paddy Works on the Railway" dates itself in the period ; it became a folk­ song at least a cen tury ago. A fascinating problem can be posed on the ques­ tion of the origin of American railroad songs. Many welled directly out of the experiences of workers.

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