Jack McVea's All Stars - Fightin' Mama Blues / New Deal flac album
Title: Fightin' Mama Blues / New Deal
Style: Jump Blues
MP3 album: 1878 mb
FLAC album: 1723 mb
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Fightin' Mama Blues, New Deal (Shellac, 10").
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Listen to Jack Mcvea Fightin' Mama Blues (Feat. Rabon Tarrant) MP3 song. Fightin' Mama Blues (Feat. Rabon Tarrant) song from the album Complete Recordings 1944 - 1946 (Feat. Rabon Tarrant) Vol. 1 is released on Mar 2015. The duration of song is 03:06.
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John Vivian "Jack" McVea (November 5, 1914 – December 27, 2000) was an American swing, blues, and rhythm and blues woodwind player and bandleader. He played clarinet and tenor and baritone saxophone. Born in Los Angeles, California, his father was the noted banjoist Satchel McVea, and banjo was Jack McVea's first instrument. He played jazz in Los Angeles for several years, and joined Lionel Hampton's orchestra in 1940. From 1944 on he mostly worked as a leader
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