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The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe - The Hokum Boys & Banjo Joe 1927 - 1929 (CD)

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  1. Kazrasar says:
    This song is by The Hokum Boys and appears on the compilation album Tampa Red Volume 1 () by Tampa Red on the compilation album Tampa Red Volume 2 () by Tampa Red on the split compilation album Ain't Goin' That Way () () by .
  2. Akinolar says:
    Can You Blame the Colored Man This song is by Banjo Joe and appears on the album The Complete Works () () by Cannon's Jug Stompers on the compilation Memphis Jamboree () on the split compilation album Ain't Goin' That Way () () by The Hokum Boys and Banjo.
  3. Nazshura says:
    This song is by The Hokum Boys and appears on the compilation Please Warm My Weiner: Old Time Hokum Blues () on the split compilation album Georgia Tom Vol. 1 () () by Georgia Tom / Memphis Mose and The Hokum Boys; on the split compilation album Ain't Goin' That Way () () by The Hokum Boys and Banjo Joe.
  4. Yolkree says:
    Between the years 19several different Chicago-based blues/jazz ensembles made records as the Hokum Boys or the Famous Hokum Boys. During the summer of pianist Alex Hill and guitarists Dan Roberts and Alex Robinson made records for the Paramount label under the name of the Hokum Boys.
  5. Guran says:
    Hokum is a particular song type of American blues music—a humorous song which uses extended analogies or euphemistic terms to make sexual branyvattalirosessupoonasimpu.coinfo trope goes back to early blues recordings and is used from time to time in modern American blues and blues rock.. An example of hokum lyrics is this sample from "Meat Balls", by Lil Johnson, recorded about
  6. Doujar says:
    While the Famous Hokum Boys has turned up as a name for various regional old-time music and country-blues groups, the most famous group utilizing the name was a loose-knit aggregation of blues singers that were actually better known under their own names. Yet Georgia Tom, Tampa Red, and Big Bill Broonzy may have wanted the somewhat more anonymous cover of a combo name in order to .
  7. Zurr says:
    – The Hokum Boys: I Had To Give Up Gym Vocals [Prob.], Guitar [Prob.] – Ikey Robinson Vocals, Piano – Georgia Tom Dorsey* A2 – The Hokum Boys: Selling That Stuff Guitar – Tampa Red Piano – Georgia Tom Dorsey* A3 – The Hokum Boys: You Ain't Livin' Right Vocals, Guitar – Bob Robinson (2) Vocals, Piano – Georgia Tom Dorsey* A4.
  8. Bataxe says:
    Hokum was a style showing a completely different side to the blues that was upbeat, salacious and light hearted. With its use of clever and suggestive innuendo, this risqué style was extremely popular in the late s and early s and its influence has remained part .
  9. Mezitilar says:
    "The Hokum Boys" was a name used by a number of distinct hokum and ragtime groups recording for various "race record" labels between and This entry is for the group consisting of Thomas A. Dorsey aka Georgia Tom Dorsey accompanied either by Tampa Red or Ikey Robinson, recording for Paramount from c. December to early June

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