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West Lawn Dirge (1951) - Various - Funeral Songs / Dead Man Blues (CD)


Download West Lawn Dirge  (1951) - Various - Funeral Songs / Dead Man Blues (CD)
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Label: Membran Music Ltd. - 222617-311 • Format: 2x, CD • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz •


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  1. Oct 26,  · West Lawn Dirge () – Louis Armstrong And His Savoy Ballroom Five: St. James Infirmary () – The George Lewis Ragtime Jazzband Of New Orleans* Precious Lord, Take My Hand () – King Oliver & His Dixie Syncopators: Dead Man Blues () – George Lewis (2) Closer Walk: – Louis Armstrong With The Decca 4/5(4).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Funeral Songs: Dead Man Blues - Various Artists on AllMusic -
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  4. divided into two disc, funeral songs and dead man blues, featuring new orleans players such as kid ory, jelly roll morton, and king oliver, and sum of the best louis armstrong ive ever heard(i have about 20louis cds) sum of these songs sound like they were recorded on the second line/5(5).
  5. Jan 01,  · In Dead Man Blues, Phil Pastras sets the record straight on the two periods ( and ) that Jelly Roll Morton spent on the West Coast. In addition to rechecking sources, correcting mistakes in scholarly accounts, and situating eyewitness narratives within the histories of New Orleans or Los Angeles, Pastras offers a fresh.
  6. Songs Of The West Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 12 ratings. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Songs Of The Wild West / Various VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Only 7 left in stock (more on the way)/5(12).
  7. St. Cyr: Oh, man, you don't hear no church bells ringing twelve o'clock in the day. Morton: Don't tell me--somebody must be dead! St. Cyr: Ain't nobody dead. Somebody must be dead drunk. Morton: Don't tell me, I think there's a fyoo-neral! St. Cyr: Well, looky here! I believe I do hear a funeral! I believe I hear that tram-bone blowin.
  8. Aug 24,  · I have been asked to play some blues songs at a funeral in a couple weeks. First time I have been asked to do a funeral. Any thoughts on what songs would be appropriate? (this is a real question, let's skip the comedy this time not in the mood.).
  9. Bluesmoose radio is gonna start a Blues funeral top 50 (or more) of beautiful Blues songs. We are gonna make a radio show out of it. We are gonna make a radio show out of it. All chosen and ready to play on anybody’s funeral to say something about your .

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