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Farewell Blues - Joe Venuti - Nothing But Notes 1931 - 1939 (Vinyl, LP)

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8 Comments to Farewell Blues - Joe Venuti - Nothing But Notes 1931 - 1939 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kagasho says:
    Nothing But The Blues podcast on demand - Nothing but the blues, from the earliest to the latest, all genres.
  2. Vukree says:
    A monthly magazine devoted to the 5 string banjo. Banjo tabs for beginners and enthusiasts, interviews, articles, and much more. We cover both three-finger and clawhammer styles.
  3. Tagrel says:
    Weary Blues - St. Louis Blues - Loveless Love - Royal Garden Blues The original stereo Verve with reference V was issued in the US in the Fall of It is the more expensive issue if NM and pressed in the USA.
  4. Daishicage says:
    This 4-CD set is an outstanding collection of classic blues. There is probably no better starting point for learning about blues music than this diverse package. Each CD has exactly 25 blues tunes, including artists like Muddy Waters, Pinetop Perkins, Lightnin' Hopkins, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Big Joe Turner, Memphis Slim, and many more.
  5. Tojasar says:
    Dec 15,  · Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider) (TB vcl, BM arr) first issued on LP. Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider) (TB vcl, BM arr) Bluebird B. Song of the Volga Boatmen (BF arr) Bluebird A.
  6. JoJot says:
    Nov 11,  · Farewell Blues. Genre: Bluegrass Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs) Key: D#/Eb Tuning: Standard Open G (gDGBD) Difficulty: Expert Posted by KI4PRK, updated: 11/11/ Download: TABLEDIT Notes: Farewell Blues, an old swing tune made famous as a bluegrass banjo instrumental by Earl Scruggs, in a more jazz-worthy key: Eb major, although like Earls version it has that funky b3 .
  7. Tojarr says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nothing But Notes - on Discogs.5/5(1).
  8. Fenrilmaran says:
    Background. The song was recorded on August 29, in Richmond, Indiana and released as Gennett A, Matrix #, as by the Friars Society Orchestra under the direction of Husk O'Hara. It was first released by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings under the name the Friars Society Orchestra and soon was covered by several jazz bands. A band called The Georgians recorded it in , copying.

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