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Black Gal - Clarence Williams - 1934-1937 (CD)

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Label: Classics (11) - CLASSICS 918 • Series: The Classics Chronological Series - 918 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz •


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9 thoughts on “ Black Gal - Clarence Williams - 1934-1937 (CD)

  1. Classics' 13th Clarence Williams CD has his final studio recordings with the exception of five slightly later numbers. Although not quite on the same level as Williams' earlier sides, there are some spirited performances to be heard on these five sessions. Cornetist Ed Allen, Cecil Scott (on clarinet and tenor) and clarinetist Buster Bailey (on the six selections from ) are the key 8/

  2. CLARENCE WILLIAMS - - Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello 5/5(1).

  3. Black Gal, Louis Washington: 9. Foolish Little Girl Like You, A by Irving M. Bibo/Little/Amshel: There's Gonna Be the Devil to Pay, Bob Emmerich/Hueston: This Is My Sunday Off, Shelton Brooks: Yama Yama Blues (), Clarence Williams/Spencer Williams: Let Every Day Be Mother's Day (Williams-Smith-Hammed) Lady Luck.

  4. Sep 14,  · Black Gal (), a song by Clarence Williams on Spotify. Black Gal () Featured on Complete Jazz Series - More by Clarence Williams. I Can`t Dance. Top of the World. Squeeze. Touchdown. Pretty Baby. More Clarence Williams. Listen to Clarence Williams Music Duration: 2 min.

  5. Clarence Williams' name appears as composer or co-composer on numerous tunes, including a number which by Williams' own admission were written by others but which Williams bought all rights to outright, as was a common practice in the music publishing business at the time.

  6. Black Gal: B1: A Foolish Little Girl Like You (-1) B2: A Foolish Little Girl Like You (-2) B3: There's Gonna Be The Devil To Pay (-1) B4: There's Gonna Be The Devil To Pay (-2) B5: This Is My Sunday Off: B6: Yama Yama Blues: B7: Let Every Day Be Mother's Day: B8: Lady Luck Blues.

  7. Clarence Williams - {The Chronological Classics, } 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do (Clarence Williams And His Orchestra) () I Can't Think Of Anything But You (Clarence Williams And His Orchestra) () Sugar Blues (Clarence Williams And His Orchestra) () Jungle Crawl (Clarence Williams And His Orchestra.

  8. Born on August 21, , the son of a displaced musician, Harlem-born African-American actor Clarence Williams III was raised by his musical grandparents, the legendary jazz and boogie-woogie composer/pianist Clarence Williams, who wrote such classics as "T'Aint Nobody's Business If I Do" and "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home," and blues singer Eva Taylor.

  9. Clarence Williams and His Orchestra Clarence Williams and His Orchestra Vol. 2, CD 2; 1. I Can See You All Over the Place; 2. Savin' Up for Baby Milk Cow Blues; 5. Milk Cow Blues; 6. Black Gal; 7. Black Gal; 8. A Foolish Little Girl Like You; 9. A Foolish Little Girl Like You; There's Gonna Be the Devil To.

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