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album Jimmie Davis, Buddy Jones  - Jimmie Davis/Buddy Jones mp3 download

album Jimmie Davis, Buddy Jones - Jimmie Davis/Buddy Jones mp3 download

Performer: Jimmie Davis
Album: Jimmie Davis/Buddy Jones
Released: 1976
Style: Western Swing
MP3 version ZIP size: 1685 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1300 mb
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The music of Jimmie Davis, Buddy Jones and Bill Nettles. Jimmie Davis-Doggone That Train 1930 Victor Bill Nettles and his Dixie Blue Boys-She's Selling What She Used To Give Away 1938 Vocalion Buddy Jones- Easy Rider 1939 Decca Jimmie Davis-Its All Coming Home To You 1933 Bluebird Nettle Brothers String Band- Fannin Street Blues 1941 Bluebird Buddy Jones- Mean Old Sixty Five Blues-1939 Decca Jimmie Davis- She's.

Buddy Jones (born Oscar Bergen Riley, December 25, 1902 - October 20, 1956) was an American Western swing musician who recorded in the 1930s and 1940s. He was born in Asheville, North Carolina, and after his father's death moved to Port Arthur, Texas as a child. He began performing in travelling shows with his brother Buster, before settling in Shreveport in the early 1930s. There he began performing on radio station KRMD, and met singer Jimmie Davis

Performer: Buddy Jones Writer: Jimmie Davis; Buddy Jones. Singing with Instrumental Accompaniment. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 37., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames

Buddy Jones is one of the most interesting, but sadly overlooked, figures of early honky tonk. A police officer from Shreveport, LA, Jones recorded several singles for Decca Records during the late '30s and early '40s before abandoning his musical career. Jones began singing with Jimmie Davis, a fellow Louisiana politician, in 1935, recording a number of duets for Decca over the course of the next year and a half. Jones went solo in 1937, recording with his brother Buster on steel guitar. Buddy Jones died in 1950. Stephen Thomas Erlewine.

Jimmie Davis's first public office was as criminal court clerk in Shreveport, a post he held for eight years (1929-1937). Persuaded by the outgoing Governor, Sam Houston Jones, Davis finally threw his hat in the ring - and "just coasted into victory on the wings of song. Actually, he fought on a platform that opposed the remnants of the Huey Long organization, but his admirers were so fascinated by his corny tenor, accompanied by git-tah, that they impatiently yelled for him to stop talking and start singing.

Jones began singing with Jimmie Davis, a fellow Louisiana politician, in 1935, recording a number of duets for Decca over the course of the next year and a half. After releasing a series of singles, which were nearly all risqué honky tonk, Bob Dunn, a former steel guitarist for Cliff Bruner, replaced Buster in Buddy's band. Jones continued to record for Decca until 1945, when he essentially retired from the music business. Buddy Jones died in 1950 Buddy Jones - The Women & to Make a Wreck Out of Me. Download SoundHound.

Tracklist

A1 Jimmie Davis Good Time Papa Blues
A2 Jimmie Davis Jellyroll Blues
A3 Jimmie Davis When It's Round-Up Time In Heaven
A4 Jimmie Davis Bed Bug Blues
A5 Jimmie Davis In My Cabin Tonight
A6 Jimmie Davis Mama's Getting Hot And Papa's Getting Cold
A7 Jimmie Davis That's Why I'm Nobody's Darling
B1 Buddy Jones The Women
B2 Buddy Jones Mean Old Lonesome Blues
B3 Buddy Jones Drunkard's Blues
B4 Buddy Jones Ragged But Right
B5 Buddy Jones Streamlined Mama
B6 Buddy Jones Used To Give Away
B7 Buddy Jones Butcher Man Blues

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Credits

  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – Toru Mitsui
  • Design – Takeshi Shimada
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