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Tex Williams - Talkin To The Blues / Every Night (Vinyl)

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  1. Tex Williams A: Money B: If You'd Believe In Me: Brunswick UK: Feb 7" 0: Tex Williams A: Be Sure You're Right (And Then Go Ahead) B: Old Betsy: Brunswick UK: 9 Jan 7" 0: Tex Williams A: Talkin' To The Blues B: Every Night: Brunswick UK: 7" 0: Tex Williams A: Every Night: Brunswick UK:
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tex Williams - Talkin' To The Blues / Every Night at Discogs. Complete your Tex Williams collection.
  3. Explore releases from Tex Williams at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Tex Williams at the Discogs Marketplace. Tex Williams. well known for his talking blues style, particularly the song "Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)". b. August 23, (Ramsey, IL, USA) d. October 11, (Newhall, CA, USA) In Groups.
  4. The Best Of Tex Williams - Tex Williams Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers - Tex Williams: Life Gets Tee-Jus, Don"t It / Smoke,Smoke, Smoke / Talking Boogie / Goodnight Cincinnati / Tulsa Trot / Renfro Valley Pioneers: Careless Love / Letter Edged In Black / Carry Me Back To Old Virginia / Big Rock Candy Mountain / Goober Peas:
  5. Singer and folklorist John Greenway focuses on his specialty, labor and protest songs, in this album. In addition to the "original" talking blues tune by Chris Bouchillon, which appeared on a recording, Greenway performs a number of Woody Guthrie's talking blues tunes ("Talking Dust Bowl," "Talking Subway") and The Almanac Singers' "Talking Union.".
  6. Jun 06,  · Tex Williams - You Rocked When You Shoulda' Rolled (Decca ) [ rockabilly] - Duration: Vinyl and shellac by Starday 2, views.
  7. Hosted by Bluesman Microwave Dave Gallaher, this weekly show explores the latest tunes and the historic names in blues music. For the past 20 years, Talkin' The Blues has highlighted the tradition, and little-known treasures that lie hidden amidst the Tennessee Valley's wealth of talent. Talkin' The Blues airs Saturdays at 8pm.
  8. After Spade Cooley gave him the boot, smooth vocalist Tex Williams purloined most of his former boss's band and went on to create some of Western swing's most potent records. 's "Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)" became Capitol's first million-selling record, which in turn inspired other attempts at talking-blues novelty hits (many of which 4/5(1).
  9. Dylan's style of talking blues as first displayed on the Minnesota Party Tape of traced back to the s, through the songs of his heroes and contemporaries traversing Folk, Country and original Blues. by Tex Williams. Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) by Tex Williams. Not Available 6: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in.

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