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10 thoughts on “ Red Cross Blues - Walter Roland - Take Your Big Legs Off Walter Roland 1933 - 1935

  • Bragis
    16.01.2020 at 11:26
    Jul 09,  · Here are two great blues artists, Sonny Scott on Vocal and Walter Roland on piano performing "Early This Morning" on an early 30's Vocalion 78rpm Blues Record. Reply
  • Fetilar
    12.01.2020 at 12:01
    Walter Roland, sometimes credited as Alabama Sam (born December 20, or December 4, 1. in Ralph; died October 12, in Fairfield) was a boogie-woogie and blues musician. Best known for his piano-playing, Roland frequently accompanied vocalist Bessie Jackson and worked with guitarist Sonny Scott in the Jolly Duo or Jolly Jivers. Reply
  • Brarisar
    14.01.2020 at 17:52
    Walter Roland 'take your big legs off' (The Piano Blues Vol. 6) Jolly Jives - Piano Stomp - Jookit Jookit - Watcha Gonna Do - Hungry Man's Scuffle Walter Roland - Early This Morning - Back Door - Big Mama - Red Cross Blues Walter Roland - House Lady - Every Morning - Collector Man - Bad Dream Lucille Bogan - Changed Way - B.D. Woman's. Reply
  • Brasida
    18.01.2020 at 22:07
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  • Zuzahn
    17.01.2020 at 12:15
    Walter Roland (possibly December 20, – October 12, ) In , he recorded "Red Cross Store Blues" (variously "Red Cross Blues"), his cynical viewpoint on welfare benefits. March 5, The unexpurgated alternate take is notorious for its explicit sexual references, a unique record of the lyrics sung in after-hours clubs. Reply
  • Fauzragore
    18.01.2020 at 12:38
    Walter Roland is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Walter Roland and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. Reply
  • Melrajas
    10.01.2020 at 06:02
    Walter Roland discography and songs: Music profile for Walter Roland. Genres: Blues, Piano Blues. Albums include Roots n' Blues: The Retrospective , Let's Get Loose: Folk and Popular Blues Styles from the Beginnings to the Early s, and Essential Alabama Blues. Reply
  • Kazijin
    12.01.2020 at 04:19
    Robert McCoy was born in in Aliceville, AL but raised on Birmingham’s North Side and by was a well-known local artist. Two of McCoy’s six brothers, Johnny an Willie, played piano and used to run around with the great Jabo Williams. Cow Cow Davenport and Pinetop Smith played at McCoy’s house whenever they were in town and had a profound influence on McCoy. Reply
  • Gabei
    13.01.2020 at 17:00
    American blues singer, pianist, and occasionally guitarist, born December 20, in Ralph, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, died October 12, in Fairfield, Alabama. Roland recorded under his own name , and was a regular pianist behind Lucille Bogan during the same years. Reply
  • Malaran
    12.01.2020 at 14:01
    Get this from a library! Walter Roland, take your big legs off.. [Walter Roland; Lucille Bogan]. Reply

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