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Moonshine Blues - Georgia White - Trouble In Mind 1935/1941 (CD)

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  1. Moonshine Blues. Georgia White. From the Album Georgia White Vol. 2 Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to wildepofunlauporterpterthehydmendtof.coinfo (US).
  2. Trouble In Mind by Georgia White Label: Blues Collection/EPM. Release Date: February 28, Moonshine Blues (G. Rainey) The Stuff Is Here (G. White) Careless Love (W. C. Handy. Blues harp maestro James Cotton was 77 at the time of this album's release. He can barely sing anymore, and the years of playing and touring Author: Blind Dog Radio.
  3. Moonshine Blues This song is by Ma Rainey and appears on the album Vol. 4-(Nov Dec ) (), on the album (), on the album Vol. 1 (Dec - .
  4. Moonshine Blues Lyrics: Hold him, Luke, he must be a bootlegger! - / I've been drinking all night, babe, and the night before / But when I get sober I ain't gonna drink no more / 'Cause my.
  5. African American blues singer and pianist, born March 9, in Sandersville, Georgia, died in (probably) Chicago, Illinois. White first recorded as vocalist with Jimmie Noone in , and then made a long string of recordings for Decca
  6. Georgia White. Georgia White (March 9, – c) was an African American blues singer, most prolific in the s and s. Update this biography».
  7. Blues Identifier 78_new-trouble-in-mind_georgia-white-jones_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Ben Center User_metadataentered Chris Cain User_transferred Chris Cain.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 () - Georgia White on AllMusic - - Georgia White was one of .
  9. Jul 23,  · Find out what MOONSHINE really means in this new installment of our popular weekly series, The Language of the Blues, in which author/musician Debra Devi explores the meaning of a word or phrase found in the blues. Grab a signed copy of Devi’s award-winning blues glossary The Language of the Blues: From Alcorub to ZuZu (Foreword by Dr. John) at .

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