Category: Bluegrass

Baby, Dont You Want To Go? - Dan Pickett - 1949 Country Blues (CD)

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  2. Jul 24,  · Dan Pickett: Baby Don't You Want to Go: Shake That Thing!: East Coast Blues The mysterious Dan Pickett and Pinetop Slim waxed a handful of brilliant sides in , John Lee cut four terrific sides in while Smoky Babe cut a couple of fine albums in the 60’s and Guitar Nubbit cut a few remarkable singles around the same.
  3. – Dan Pickett: Baby Don't You Want To Go: – Dinah Shore: Dear Hearts And Gentle People: – Marjorie Hughes: Cruisin' Down The River: – Gene Autry: Mule Train: – Perry Como: Far Away Places: – Professor Longhair: Mardi Gras In New Orleans: – Wynonie Harris: All.
  4. Jan 01,  · Check out Country Blues by Dan Pickett on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on tiosetssallituthernkaretbuchsharcani.xyzinfo5/5(3).
  5. Jun 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Baby Don't You Want To Go by Tommy McClennan (, Blues guitar) YouTube Muddy Waters - You Don't Have to Go - ChicagoFest - Duration: GravityLimited ,
  6. Apr 09,  · Country Boy Blues - Pee Wee Hughes () Gonna Paint The Town Red - Tommy Scott () A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed - Little Jimmy Dickens () My Mom Heard Me Crying - Bill Haley () Tennessee Border - Tennessee Ernie Ford () Baby Don't You Want To Go - Dan Pickett ()
  7. Jug Band Boogie - Louis Innis () Country Boy Blues - Pee Wee Hughes () Gonna Paint The Town Red - Tommy Scott () A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed - Little Jimmy Dickens () My Mom Heard Me Crying - Bill Haley () Tennessee Border - Tennessee Ernie Ford () Baby Don't You Want To Go - Dan Pickett ().
  8. Country Blues is an invaluable reissue of ten sides originally released on 78s during , plus four previously unreleased songs. During the '60s, these sides were highly collectable, and earned the reputation of being among the finest country-blues. That reputation wasn't misguided -- he was truly unique among country bluesmen.9/
  9. Country Boy Blues; A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed; Tennessee Border; Baby Don't You Want To Go; Pan American Boogie; Behind The Eight Ball; Riders In The Sky; Too Many Women; Can't Live Without You; Jug Band Boogie; Tracks of Disc 9; 1. Panhandle Rag; 2. Poor Ellen Smith; 3. This Cold War With You; 4. Room.

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