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Women, Women, Women - Gene Phillips & His Rhythm Aces - Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP)

9 thoughts on “ Women, Women, Women - Gene Phillips & His Rhythm Aces - Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mausho says:
    Vinyl LP'S $ per disc or less 45 RPM Christmas CD'S Contemporary Blues Used cds Big Fat Mama - Gene Phillips & His Rhythm Aces: 3. The Honey Jump (Part 2) - Oscar McLollie & His Honey Jumpers Hey Lawdy Mama - Gene Phillips & His Orchestra: Meet Me With Your Black Dress On - Jimmy Nelson: Chop House - Blinky Allen & His.
  2. Voodookinos says:
    Jesse Price music CDs The eighth volume in the Ace Records highly successful mid-price series based on B.B. King's original Crown LPs with bonus tracks. 'Singin' The Blues' was the very first Crown LP in , and some say the very best (with a cover to match). It is truly a collection of his greatest early hits.
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  5. Shagis says:
    Women, Women, Women, a song by Gene Phillips And His Orchestra on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Yozshushura says:
    Gene Phillips was one of the early stars of Modern Records. In the early 40s he sang and played guitar, was a jump blues specialist and led his own band, the Rhythm Aces. He also had a penchant for sassy songs about fat womenhis repertoire included Big Fat Mama, Big Legs, Fatso and Punkin' Head Woman.
  7. Nam says:
    SNUFF DIPPING MAMA (TAKE 1) - Gene Phillips and his Rhythm Aces: GENE'S GUITAR BLUES (TAKE 2) - Gene Phillips: BROKE AND DISGUSTED (TAKE 1) - Gene Phillips and his Rhythm Aces: ROYAL BOOGIE (TAKE 1) - Gene Phillips and his Rhythm Aces: A SAILBOAT IN THE MOONLIGHT (TAKE 10) - Hadda Brooks: WHY WAS I BORN (TAKE 1) - Hadda.
  8. Kall says:
    This is Skip’s story in his own words culled from interviews done between 19by Stephen Calt. Calt spent countless hours with Skip, with the intent of compiling an autobiography; instead he published the flawed and controversial, I’d Rather Be the Devil: Skip James and the Blues.

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