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Jimmie Davis And Brown's Musical Brownies / Jimmie Davis - Honky Tonk Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me? album download

Performer:

Jimmie Davis

Title:

Honky Tonk Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me?

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1915 mb

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Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Country

Country:

US

Jimmie Davis And Brown's Musical Brownies / Jimmie Davis - Honky Tonk Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me? album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Jimmie Davis And Brown's Musical Brownies Honky Tonk Blues
Written-By – Jimmie Davis
B Jimmie Davis Do You Ever Think Of Me?
Written-By – Burtnett*, Kerr*, Cooper*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Decca Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Banjo [Tenor Banjo, Uncredited] – Ocie Stockard (tracks: A)
  • Double Bass [Uncredited] – Hershel Woodal (tracks: B), Wanna Coffman (tracks: A)
  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Bill Harper (tracks: B), Buck Buchanan (tracks: A), Johnny Borowski (tracks: A)
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Durwood Brown (tracks: A), Tex Swaim (tracks: B)
  • Piano [Uncredited] – Fred Calhoun (tracks: A)
  • Steel Guitar [Electric Steel Guitar, Uncredited] – Charles Mitchell (tracks: B), Wilson Perkins (tracks: A)
  • Ukulele [Uncredited] – Ova Mitchell (tracks: B)
  • Vocals – Jimmie Davis

Notes

Side A recorded 19 February 1937 in Dallas, TX.
Side A recorded 17 February 1937 in Dallas, TX.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 61872A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 61812A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 61872
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 61812

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5400 Jimmie Davis ,And Brown's Musical Brownies Jimmie Davis ,And Brown's Musical Brownies - Honky Tonk Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me? ‎(Shellac, 10") Decca 5400 US 1937

Jimmie Davis,And Brown's Musical Brownies - Honky Tonk Blues, Do You Ever Think Of Me? (Shellac, 10"). Selo:Decca Cat. nº: 5400. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good (VG) Condição da Capa: Capa: Generic. Record looks and plays VG. Hillbilly music.

Jimmie Davis Tabernacle Cemetery, east of Jonesboro, Louisiana. Davis became a commercially successful singer of rural music before he entered politics. His early work was in the style of country music singer Jimmie Rodgers. Davis was also known for recording energetic and raunchy blues tunes such as "Red Nightgown Blues".

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Honky Tonk Blues This is Blues Country - Jimmie Bratcher ww. immiebratcher. com (c) Sony/ATV Acuff Rose permission acquired 2106 The classic Hank Williams song in blues style. Has been played on. Switzerland 2. Rock the Blues.

Jimmie Rodgers, known as the "Father of Country Music," was an instant national success. Rodgers died from complications of tuberculosis in 1933. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961.

Keith Richards: "'Honky Tonk Women' started in Brazil. And we were sitting in the middle of nowhere with all these horses, in a place where if you flush the john all these black frogs would fly out. It was great. It's just a matter of nuance and style. I think it has to do with the fact that we were playing a lot around with open tunings at the time. So we were trying songs out just to see if they could be played in open tuning.

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