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Blues [electronic resource] / by Jazz Gillum.

Author/Creator:
Gillum, Jazz, 1904-1966, , Performer
Publication:
New York City : Folkways Records, 1961.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Series:
Smithsonian global sound for libraries

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Other Title:
Gillum blues.
Harmonica boogie.
I'll always remember you.
Key to the highway.
Let it be me.
My last letter.
Race of the Jim Lee and the Katy Adam.
Small town they call Bessemer.
Walkin' the blues away.
Wonder why.
You've got to meet me half-way.
You've got to reap just what you sow.
Subjects:
Blues (Music) -- 1961-1970.
System Details:
Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
The race of the Jim Lee and the Katy Adam
A small town they call Bessemer
Walkin' the blues away
My last letter
Key to the highway
Harmonica boogie
Wonder why
You've got to reap just what you sow
Let it be me
I'll always remember you
You've got to meet me half-way
Gillum blues.
Participant:
Blues songs; sung in part by the composer, in part by Arbee Stidham, with Stidham, guitar, Memphis Slim, organ and piano, and the composer playing the harmonica.
Notes:
Program and biographical notes by Iola and Ray Flerlage, including texts of the songs (4 p.) inserted in original container.
Recorded in New York, early 1961.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Memphis Slim. , Performer
Stidham, Arbee. , Performer
Alexander Street Press.
Other format:
FS 3826
OCLC:
698167688
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.