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8 thoughts on “ George OConnor - Jazzin The Cotton Town Blues / Theres Always Something Doin Down In Dixie (Shellac)

  1. Mar 21,  · In , Mr. Cotton also made four recordings under his own name for Sun. “Cotton Crop Blues,” an original that begins with the clarion pledge “I ain’t gonna raise no more cotton,” was.
  2. The James Cotton Blues Band () Good Time Charlie, Turn On Your Lovelight, Something on Your Mind, Don't Start Me Talkin', Jelly, Jelly, Off the Wall, Feelin' Good, Sweet Sixteen, Knock On Wood, Oh Why, Blues in My Sleep % Cotton () Boogie Thing, One More Mile, All Walks of Life.
  3. James Henry Cotton (July 1, – March 16, ) was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time and with his own band. He played drums early in his career but is famous for his harmonica playing. Cotton began his professional career playing the blues harp in Howlin' Wolf's band in the early s.
  4. Music was more formalized, based on the Delta Blues, classic blues was a part of the northern migration and was an urban phenomena, not a rural one. The music was written and performed by musical professionals, not the average joe. There was always a division between the performer and the audience, not as much integrated.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Pure Cotton - James Cotton, James Cotton Blues Band on AllMusic -
  6. North Country Blues Lyrics: Come gather 'round friends / And I'll tell you a tale / Of when the red iron ore pits ran plenty / But the cardboard filled windows / And old men on the benches / Tell.
  7. Legendary blues man James Cotton performs at the B.B. King Blues Club in New York City on Aug. 17, Cotton, a Grammy Award-winning blues harmonica master has died at age
  8. And there is some Make you wear out your dan-cing shoes joy Jazz - in the cot - When - dys band - ton Town, Is i Jazz - in' the in ie land Is Jazz -in the Cot ton Town, Blues. And we go lues. cot ton Town Jazzin' The Cotton Town Blues Vamp Words by ROGER LEWIS Allegro moderato Music by HARRY OLSEN Ther.a Jazz band in Mis.

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