Papa Charlie Jackson sings "I'm Going Where the Chilly Winds Don't Blow" on Paramount 12335-A, recorded in 1925.
Текст песни: Going where the willows weep no more, darlin' baby Going where the willows weep no more Chilly winds don’t blow along my shore, oh baby Where the chilly winds, the chilly winds don’t blow.
A I'm Going Where The Chilly Winds Don't Blow B Texas Blues. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 294 Matrix, Runout (Side B): 295.
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Текст песни Nina Simone – "Chilly Winds Don't Blow". Yes there will be red roses round my door, darlin' baby, There will be red roses round my door, Going where they'll welcome me for sure, oh baby Where the chilly wind, the chilly wind don't blow. Chilly winds, chilly winds, the chilly winds don't blow. Writer(s): KRASNOW HERMANN, LOVELOCK WILLIAM Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
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Recorded in Chicago during December 1925 featuring 'Papa' Charlie Jackson six-string banjo & vocals. Ironically the song is of rural folk origin. If you enjoy 20sJazz.
It was in the loving kitchen: Where they made the plot For to poison her father and her mother: In the Coffeepot. Then they carried the remains: Throwed it out in the Shore Killed fifteen chickens. Policeman said to freddie: What do you know about this Says I guess: You'll have to go arrest poor dolly Smith
Sings the Blues, 'Nuff Said. In Concert, I Put a Spell on You.
Mmmm, baby don't you want to go (2 ) Pack up your little suitcase, Papa's going to Kokomo. Kokola Blues", recorded by Madlyn Davis a year earlier in 1927, also references Kokomo, Indiana, in the refrain: And it's hey, hey baby, baby don't you want to go Back to that eleven light city, back to sweet Kokomo. a Chicago drugstore where a girlfriend worked and "Koko" was their brand name of coffee. Papa Charlie McCoy (using the sobriquet "the Mississippi Mudder") changed the reference to Baltimore, Maryland, in "Baltimore Blues". This had more name recognition to the Southern blues audience than Kokomo, Indiana.
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- Record Company – The New York Recording Laboratories
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (label side A): 294
- Matrix / Runout (label side B): 295
Performer: Charlie Jackson
Title: I'm Going Where The Chilly Winds Don't Blow / Texas Blues
Date of release: 1925
Size MP3: 1604 mb
Size FLAC: 1240 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: XM AUD VQF AU TTA DMF APE