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8 thoughts on “ Black Jack Blues - J.T. Brown And His Boogie Boys - Rockin With J.T.

  1. eddie boyd and his blues band featuring peter green, john mayall, john mcvie, aynsley dunbar & tony mcphee (lp) champion jack duree, eddie boyd & willie "the lion" smith: reminiscences /8 (lp) j.t. brown and his boogie boys: rockin' with j.t. (lp) kilroy won't be .
  2. Bep Brown Orchestra - Round House Boogie (aka Sax Symphonic Boogie) - Dumb Woman Blues J.T Brown - Sax-Ony Boogie [Instrumental] - Kickin' the Blues Around (aka Flaming Blues) Little Johnny Jones - I May Be Wrong - Sweet Little Woman CD 2: Broomdusting in Chicago - Early in the Morning - Can't Stop Lovin' My Baby - Hawaiian Boogie [take 2.
  3. Explore releases from Joe Black And His Boogie Woogie Boys at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Joe Black And His Boogie Woogie Boys at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Aug 05,  · Alan Freed and His Rock and Roll Band - Rock and Roll Boogie (from the movie Rock Rock Rock - ) - Duration: JohnOneA 69, views.
  5. Williams did cut some notable sides by J.T. Brown and the very first recording by Jimmy Rogers. Among the other blues recordings that Mayo Williams did in Chicago were a series of probably ten sides by J. T. Brown and his blues band. Those released on the Harlem label.
  6. J. T. Brown and his Boogie Boys: Rockin' With J. T. - This Tavern Boogie - Blackjack Blues - Sax-ony Boogie - Kilroy Won't Be Back - Kicking The Blues Around - I May Be Wrong - Windy City Boogie - I Just Couldn't Help It - Baby What's Wrong - Dumb Woman Blues - Jimmy's Jump - When I Was A Lad - Date Bait - Dirty By The Dozen - Blackjack Blues.
  7. Rockin With J.T. J.T. Brown & His Boogie Boys Greatest Of The Groups (Comp) Original Oldies Vol. 9 (Comp) B.B. King My Kind Of Blues B.B. King Rock Me Baby (Greatest Hits) Meade Lux Lewis Boogie Woogie Elvis G.I. Blues Elvis His Hand In Mine Pete Johnson - Hadda Brooks Swings The Boogie Champion Jack Dupree Archive Of Folk Music Stan Getz.
  8. Find J.T. Brown biography and history on AllMusic "Round House Boogie"/"Kickin' the Blues Around" was credited to the Bep Brown Orcehestra, while "Sax-ony Boogie" was listed as by Saxman Brown and its flip, the vocal "Dumb Woman Blues," as by J.T. (Big Boy) Brown!

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