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Its All Done Now - The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe - The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe 1927 - 1929 (CD)

The Hokum Boys, Banjo Joe - Ain't Goin' That Way: - zricovorulschofaneminsitiscontlo.coinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Hokum Boys Format: Audio CD. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from. "The Hokum Boys" was a name used by a number of distinct hokum and ragtime groups recording for various "race record" labels between and This entry is for the group consisting of Thomas A. Dorsey aka Georgia Tom Dorsey accompanied either by Tampa Red or Ikey Robinson, recording for Paramount from c. December to early June Well, I ordered this and the Wolf Records "Famous Hokum Boys Vol. 1 ()" at about the same time, thinking this was more of Tampa Red's and Georgia Tom's Hokum Boys duo, imagine my suprise when I found that neither of them are anywhere on this disc! No, it seems that *those* Hokum Boys can be found on Document CD & /5(2).

Wolf's complete Famous Hokum Boys, Vol. 1 traces the group's recording activity over a five-day stretch in April and a 48 hour period in mid-September The first two tracks were among the few sides ever released under the name of guitarist Frank Brasswell, who played on a lot of the Famous Hokum Boys records as did guitarist Bill Williams.9/ Apr 19,  · Recorded in Richmond, Indiana on June 27th by "The Hokum Boys" featuring Dan Roberts guitar & vocals, and Alex Hill piano & vocals. There are a number of different versions of the hokum blues classic “It’s Tight Like That” that will pop up here at some point. We last heard it played by Zack Whyte’s Chocolate Beau Brummels, now here’s original recording, done on in by Tampa Red and Georgia Tom, the original Hokum Boys. This record set off a craze for so called.

Jul 22,  · Although hokum had its heyday from , the name of the Hokum Boys was revived for some recording dates during the years Bob Robinson Big Bill Broonzy Casey Bill Weldon Black Bob, bassist. Hokum is a particular song type of American blues music—a humorous song which uses extended analogies or euphemistic terms to make sexual zricovorulschofaneminsitiscontlo.coinfo trope goes back to early blues recordings and is used from time to time in modern American blues and blues rock.. An example of hokum lyrics is this sample from "Meat Balls", by Lil Johnson, recorded about Nov 04,  · Rabun County, Georgia resident Billy Redden was 15 when he was discovered at a casting call in Clayton, Georgia and offered the part of the inbred banjo-playing boy .


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8 thoughts on “ Its All Done Now - The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe - The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe 1927 - 1929 (CD)

  1. Vimi says:
    Banjo player Joe Ayers told old time musician and writer Bob Carlin that “the origins of playing Irish jigs on the banjo probably go back to minstrel banjoist Joel Walker Sweeney ’s appearances in Dublin in ” Genuine appreciation among White observers for music and dance, so clearly, if not purely African in origin, existed then and now.
  2. Dojind says:
    Hokum is a particular song type of American blues music—a humorous song which uses extended analogies or euphemistic terms to make sexual zricovorulschofaneminsitiscontlo.coinfo trope goes back to early blues recordings and is used from time to time in modern American blues and blues rock.. An example of hokum lyrics is this sample from "Meat Balls", by Lil Johnson, recorded about
  3. Yozshukazahn says:
    Q: What's the difference between a banjo player and god? A: God doesn't think he's a banjo player. Q: What do all great banjo players have in common? A: They are all dead. Q: What do you call a successful banjo player? A: A guy whose wife has 2 jobs. Q: What's the difference between a banjo player and garbage? A: The garbage gets taken out once.
  4. Dikree says:
    By Bill Evans. These intro and ending licks are used by bluegrass banjo players all over the world to start solos and end songs. The intro licks are grouped according to which string plays the melody note on the first beat of the measure played after the intro measure, with examples of bluegrass songs where these intros are used.
  5. Goltit says:
    Tampa Red (guitar), "Georgia" Tom Dorsey, Big Bill Broonzy (guitar), Ikey Robinson (guitar), Jimmy Blythe (piano), Alex Hill (piano), Blind Blake, Teddy Edwards, Casey Bill Weldon, Black Bob, Washboard Sam, Jane Lucas, Dan Roberts (guitar), Bob Alexander (guitar), Alex Robinson (guitar), Bob Robinson (banjo, clarinet), Leroy Carr (piano), Scrapper Blackwell (guitar), Arnett Nelson (clarinet.
  6. Taushura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe - on Discogs.5/5(1).
  7. Nazahn says:
    Wolf's complete Famous Hokum Boys, Vol. 1 traces the group's recording activity over a five-day stretch in April and a 48 hour period in mid-September The first two tracks were among the few sides ever released under the name of guitarist Frank Brasswell, who played on a lot of the Famous Hokum Boys records as did guitarist Bill Williams.9/
  8. Dibei says:
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