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8 Responses to Po Boy Long Way From Home - Various - Red River Blues (1934-1943) (CD)

  1. Milmaran says:
    Red River Blues - Red River Blues - mightworkerfedicoifyn.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content But people like Sonny Boy Williamson (not the well known blues artist), June "Bug" Bailey (a 15 year old daughter of a woman who worked in a barbeque joint two doors down from the Ram studios), Elgie Brown (a personal favorite), Sherman Johnson, LC Steel, Chico Chism /5(2).
  2. Ninris says:
    Jul 25,  · Lyrics for Red River Blues by Henry Thomas. baby I'm all out and down I'm all out and down I'm laid-way bound Look where the sun done gone I'm a poor boy and a long way from home Poor boy and a long way from home I'm a poor boy a long way from home darling Look where the sun done gone Which away do the red river run Which away do the red.
  3. Daik says:
    VARIOUS ARTISTS: JSP JSPCD Chicago Is Just That Way: CD $ 4 CDs, tracks, over 5 hours, recommended Splendid collection of Chicago blues which focuses on the transition from the older styles to the sound which we associate with the golden age of Chicago blues .
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  5. Moogukinos says:
    "Poor Boy Blues", or "Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home", is a traditional blues song of unknown origin. As with most traditional blues songs, there is great variation in the melody and lyrical content as performed by different artists. However, there is often a core verse containing some variation of the line "I'm a poor boy a long way from home.".
  6. Shakora says:
    Jan 13,  · Po' Boy Long Way From Home: Red River Blues: Otis Spann: Country Boy: Complete Candid recordings: Sonny Boy Williamson II: a four-CD set of down-home blues sides. This is the third box set filled with raw rural blues cut for a slew of tiny labels and as the titles suggest, was probaly the sound of the blues in the late 40’s and 50’s.
  7. Faejora says:
    When I was home de Sunshine seemed like gold. When I was home de Sunshine seemed like gold. Since I come up North de Whole damn world's turned cold. I was a good boy, Never done no wrong. Yes, I was a good boy, Never done no wrong, But this world is weary An' de road is hard an' long. I fell in love with A gal I thought was kind. Fell in love with.
  8. Kazram says:
    The CD was a companion of sorts to the book Lost Delta Found, which went a long way in recovering Work’s important legacy.

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