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Beale Street Sheiks - Wasnt That Doggin Me / Rockin On The Hill Blues (Shellac)


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  1. Beale Street Sheiks: Fillin´ In Blues Part I / Fillin´In Blues Part II ‎ (Shellac, 10") Paramount: US: このバージョンを出品: Beale Street Sheiks: Wasn't That Doggin' Me / Rockin' On The Hill Blues.
  2. Beale Street Sheiks: Fillin´ In Blues Part I / Fillin´In Blues Part II ‎ (Shellac, 10") Paramount: US: Sell This Version: Beale Street Sheiks: Wasn't That Doggin' Me / Rockin' On The Hill Blues.
  3. Frank Stokes (January 1, or – September 12, ) was an American blues musician, songster, and blackface minstrel, who is considered by many musicologists to be the father of the Memphis blues guitar style.
  4. They were still combining blues with the hokum of the medicine show and the street: Wasn t That Doggin Me lies somewhere between the two, and Rockin On The Hill Blues features crosstalk that still sounds funny and spontaneous, even when Sane uses the most overworked slogan of black music in the ’20s, ‘Tight like that!’.
  5. Sure, Furry Lewis is a contender to his throne, but Frank Stokes is the king of the Memphis Blues. On this album, "You Shall" and "It's A Good Thing" are my favorite tracks. Dan Sane's guitar playing works very well with Frank Stokes' playing and gorgeous singing. The man had one of the best voices in all of Blues.5/5(1).
  6. Aug 23,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Wasn't That Doggin' Me · The Beale Street Sheiks Jailhouse Blues & Murder Ballads ℗ Moochin About Released on: .
  7. Wasn't That Doggin' Me, a song by The Beale Street Sheiks (Stokes & Sane) on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. They were still combining blues with the hokum of the medicine show and the street: “Wasn’t That Doggin’ Me” lies somewhere between the two, and “Rockin’ On The Hill Blues” features crosstalk that still sounds funny and spontaneous, even when Sane uses the most overworked slogan of black music in the ‘20s, “Tight like that!”.

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