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Washboard Bands: 1926-29, "Gimme Blues"

Washboard Bands: 1926-29, "Gimme Blues" by Clarence Williams buy album

Clarence Williams

Label: Frog Records
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

Wait Till You See My Baby Do The Charleston; Livin' High; Wait Till You See My Baby Do The Charleston #3; You For Me, Me For You; My Own Blues; Boodle Am #4; Boodle Am #7; I've Found A New Baby; Senorita Mine; Charleston Hound; How Could I Be Blue?; Old Folks Shuffle #2; Old Folks Shuffle #3; Dark Eyes; Gimme Blues; King Of The Zulus; The Zulu Blues; Nobody But My Baby Is Gettin' My Love; Candy Lips; Anywhere Sweetie Goes #4; Cushion Foot Stomp #3; Cushion Foot Stomp; Take Your Black Bottom Outside; High Society; High Society #C; Whoop It Up.

Personnel

Clarence Williams
Clarence Williams

bass, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Clarence Williams: piano, vocal (19, 22, 23); Ed Allen: cornet (1-13, 18-26); Bennie Morton: clarinet (1-13, 18-19), alto sax (8-10); Carmello Jari: clarinet, alto sax (20-23); Jasper Taylor: washboard (1-13); Bruce Johnson: washboard (14-17); Floyd Casey: washboard (18-26); Clarence Todd: vocal (4-8,11,14-16); Clarence Lee: vocal (20, 21); Cyrus St. Clair: tuba (22,23); Unknown: cornet (14-17); Unknown: clarinet (14-17, 24-26); Unknown: trombone, banjo, tom-tom (16, 17).


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