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Jazz Classics No. 22

I Got The Blues / Why Should I Hang Around?

Big Maceo, Tampa Red

Release title: Big Maceo, Tampa Red - Big Maceo With Tampa Red In Chicago 1941 - 1946

 
Genre is Blues 
This album was released on the label Not On Label (catalog number Not On Label)

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# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
A1 Worried Life Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A2 Texas Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A3 Bye Bye Baby ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A4 Poor Kelly Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A5 You Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A6 I Ain't Fur It ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A7 Anytime For You ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B1 Since You Been Gone ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B2 Mercy Mama ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B3 Better Leave My Gal Alone ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B4 Wintertime Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B5 Won't Be A Fool No More ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B6 Big Road Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B7 Let's Try It Again ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?

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In studio record of this release "Big Maceo With Tampa Red In Chicago 1941 - 1946" attended those artists:

Alfred Elkins (Double Bass [String Bass], tracks B7),  Ransom Knowling (Double Bass [String Bass], tracks A1, A2),  Charles "Chick" Sanders (Drums, tracks B4, B5, B6),  Clifford "Snags" Jones (Drums, tracks A5, A6, A7, B1),  Tyrell Dixon (Drums, tracks B2, B3),  Alfred Elkins (Effects [Imitation Bass], tracks A3, A4),  Tampa Red (Guitar, tracks A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7),  Tampa Red (Kazoo, tracks A5, A6, B3),  Big Maceo (Piano, tracks A5, A6, B2, B7),  Tampa Red (Vocals, tracks A5, A6, B2, B3, B7),  Big Maceo (Vocals, Piano, tracks A1, A2, A3, A4, A7, B1, B3, B4, B5, B6), 

More albums of Big Maceo, Tampa Red:

Jazz Classics No. 22

I Got The Blues / Why Should I Hang Around?


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