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Arnett Nelson & The Rhythm Kings - When The Music Sounds Good 1935-1938 flac album

Arnett Nelson & The Rhythm Kings - When The Music Sounds Good 1935-1938 flac album Performer: Arnett Nelson
Title: When The Music Sounds Good 1935-1938
Style: Piano Blues
Released: 1978
MP3 album: 1214 mb
FLAC album: 1559 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AC3 AU FLAC VOC MIDI XM WMA
Genre: Blues

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A1 Washboard Rhythm Kings Please Come Down To My House
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar, Kazoo – Tampa RedVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill WeldonWashboard – Washboard Sam
A2 Washboard Rhythm Kings Brown Skin Mama
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar, Kazoo – Tampa RedVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill WeldonWashboard – Washboard Sam
A3 Washboard Rhythm Kings Street-Walkin' Blues
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar, Kazoo – Tampa RedVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill WeldonWashboard – Washboard Sam
A4 Washboard Rhythm Kings Arlena
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar, Kazoo – Tampa RedVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill WeldonWashboard – Washboard Sam
A5 Bumble Bee Slim When The Music Sounds Good
Clarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar, Speech – Tampa RedPiano – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Roy PalmerVocals – Bumble Bee Slim
A6 Tampa Red Maybe It's Someone Else You Love
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Black BobVocals, Kazoo, Guitar – Tampa Red
A7 Leonard Scott You Done Tore Your Playhouse Down
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonPiano – J.H. Shayne*Vocals – Leonard Scott
A8 Leonard Scott She's Got Something Good
Bass – John LindsayClarinet – Arnett NelsonPiano – J.H. Shayne*Vocals – Leonard Scott
B1 Arnett Nelson Oh! Red
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Black BobVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill Weldon
B2 Victoria Spivey Any-Kind-A-Man
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Freddie ShayneTrumpet – Lee Collins Vocals – Victoria Spivey
B3 Victoria Spivey I Ain't Gonna Let You See My Santa Claus
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Freddie ShayneTrumpet – Lee Collins Vocals – Victoria Spivey
B4 Casey Bill Weldon Christmas Time Blues
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Steel Guitar – Casey Bill Weldon
B5 Washboard Sam You Got To Take It
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Black BobVocals, Washboard – Washboard Sam
B6 Red Nelson Don't Tear My Clothes No. 3
Clarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Kazoo – Red NelsonWashboard – Washboard Sam
B7 Lorraine Walton Waiting Blues
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Blind John DavisVocals [Possibly] – Rosetta Howard
B8 Washboard Sam Down On The Old Village Store
Bass – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Arnett NelsonElectric Guitar – George BarnesGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Black BobVocals, Washboard – Washboard Sam

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Senol Printing Ltd.

Credits

  • Graphics – Charles Colquhoun
  • Liner Notes – Ernest Virgo*

Notes

"The unknown guitar and string bass on several tracks may well be Big Bill Broonzy and Bill Settles; the tapping on some of the early tracks appears to be from the guitarist, and thus probably Tampa Red, using his plectrum to produce the effect."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: MCPS