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Barefoot Bill - Squabblin Blues / Bad Boy (Shellac)

14.12.2019
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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Ed Bell "Mamlish Blues" ( - ) by Ed Bell Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Barefoot Bill ; Pillie Bolling: Male vocal duet ("blues singers"), with guitar duet: Columbia: W in. 4/20/ Squabblin' blues: Barefoot Bill: Male vocal solo ("blues singer"), with guitar: Columbia: W in. 4/20/ Barefoot Bill's hard luck blues: Barefoot Bill: Male vocal solo ("blues singer"), with guitar: Columbia.
  3. Ed Bell (Barefoot Bill, Sluefoot Joe) / Mamlish blues --Hambone blues --Mean conductor blues --Frisco whistle blues --Shouting baby blues --She's a fool --Toote'n out blues --Grab it and run --Leaving train blues --House top blues --Rocky road moan --Rosca mama blues --My crime blues --Snigglin' blues --Big rock jail --From now on --I don't.
  4. Complete Recorded Works () by Ed Bell - CD () for $ from keistamnylipbackmatulochihamahass.coinfo Blues - Order by Phone Price: $
  5. Sep 22,  · Barefoot Bill - Bad Boy. Original was recorded as the B side to Squabblin' Blues in Atlanta Ga. in April This is from the Blues Fell This .
  6. Mamlish Blues, Hambone Blues, Mean Conductor Blues, Frisco Whistle Blues, Shouting Baby Blues, She's A Fool, Tooten' Out Blues, Grab It And Run, Leaving Train Blues, House Top Blues, Rocky Road Blues, Rosca Mama Blues, My Crime Blues, Snigglin' Blues, Big Rock Jail, From Now On, I Don't Like That (with Pillie Bolling), She's Got A Nice Line (with Pillie Bolling), Squabblin' Blues, Barefoot.
  7. Welcome to our Blues blog. We love to share the music that run as blood trough our veins: the blues and all the music that it has influenced. Monday, October 31, Ed Bell - Mamlish Blues Mamlish Blues. Hambone Blues. Mean Conductor Blues. Frisco Whistle Blues. Shouting Baby Blues. She's A Fool. Tooten' Out Blues Missing: Barefoot Bill.
  8. Squabblin Blues: The Best There Ever Was: Saunders King: Stormy Night Blues: Saunders King Juke Boy Bonner: B.U. Blues: where he learned from an older cousin. As well as sides under his own name, Bell also cut sides using the name Barefoot Bill and Sluefoot Joe. He cut sessions in , 19for Paramount, Columbia.
  9. Ed Bell's Paramount record of his own "Mamlish Blues" is the kind of performance that has the power to suspend the listener in the eternal present moment. Its simple, repetitive, ascending, and descending Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.

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