In The Bottle Blues - Clarence Williams - The Clarence Williams Collection, Volume 2, 1928 (CD)

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  1. Clarence Williams Jug & Washboard Bands - Whoop It Up! Title Whoop It Up! Artist Williams' Washboard Band. 22 Whoop It Up. A record in Good Plus condition can be played through without skipping. But it will have significant surface noise, scratches, and visible groove carifuneltidammepevihazager.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  2. The Clarence Williams collection.. [Clarence Williams;] Previously released as a compact disc. Title from resource description page (viewed Oct. 4, ). Track titles Vol. 2, Empty Red Blues --Part 1 --Empty Bed Blues --Part 2 --Organ grinder Bluess --Wildflower Rag --My Different Kind Of Man --You're A Real Sweetheart --West End.
  3. “The Clarence Williams Collection ” (Fabulous FADCD) merits serious consideration by any enthusiast of early jazz. Clarence Williams was one of the pivotal figures in its development, helped by the fact that his interest was entrepreneurial as well as artistic/5(10).
  4. “The Clarence Williams Collection ” (Fabulous FADCD) merits serious consideration by any enthusiast of early jazz. Clarence Williams was one of the pivotal figures in its development, helped by the fact that his interest was entrepreneurial as well as artistic.
  5. Known as one of the pioneers of New Orleans jazz, composer Clarence Williams was born in Plaquemin, Louisiana on October 6, His professional career started at the age of 12 as an entertainer with minstrel shows and eventually he was substituting for Jelly Roll Morton as orchestra conductor for vaudeville acts.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Collection, Vol. 2: - Clarence Williams on AllMusic - /
  7. As the son of a displaced musician, Harlem-born African-American actor Clarence Williams III was raised by his musical grandparents, the legendary jazz and boogie-woogie composer/pianist Clarence Williams, who wrote such classics as "T'Aint Nobody's Business If I Do" and "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home," and blues singer Eva Taylor ().). While attending a local YMCA as a teen.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of on Discogs. Label: Classics (11) - CLASSICS • Series: The Classics Chronological Series - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • In The Bottle Blues: 16 – Clarence Williams And His Novelty Four* Add to Collection Add to.
  9. Clarence Williams also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Cow Cow Blues; 2. 5th Street Blues; 3. Hurry And Bring It Home Blues; 4. Harlem Choc'late Babies On Parade; 5. Birmingham Blues; 6. Sugar Blues; 7. Papa De Da Da; 8. Gulf Coast Blues; 9. You're Always Messin' 'Round With My Man; Low Down Papa; Chicago Stomp;

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