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Mean Mama Boogie - Various - Country & Western (CD)

9 thoughts on “ Mean Mama Boogie - Various - Country & Western (CD)

  1. Tojajinn
    VARIOUS ARTISTS: Proper BOX Hillbilly Boogie CD $ Four CD set with tracks of up tempo country from the 40s and early 50s. Includes well known names like Spade Cooley, The Delmore Brothers, Hank Snow, Merle Travis and others as well as obscure artists like Jimmie O'Neal & The Colorado Hillbillies, Rocky Rauch & His Western Serenaders, The Maston Music Makers, Walt .
  2. Nidal
    Mean Mama Boogie (Album Version) by Johnny Bond. Mean Mama Boogie (Album Version) Hard to get it out of the rotation. Great introduction to this type of country music. Buy this before you buy any of the manufactured "artist" of today's country, you will be dancing and singing along. If you are new to western swing or you're as old as /5(5).
  3. Kizilkree
    Format: 2×CD, Year: , Label: Frémeaux & Associés (FA ), Barcode: , Length: Release “Country Boogie ” by Various Artists - MusicBrainz Log In.
  4. Kigale
    Topped off with excellent transfers from the original lacquers, plenty of humor ("Hamburger Hop"), and fine playing throughout, Hillbilly Boogie is a must for devotees of the golden era of pre-Nashville sound country music.
  5. Tulabar
    Mean Mama Boogie. Johnny Bond. Open in. Share. OVERVIEW. LYRICS. Music Video. Mean Mama Boogie - Johnny Bond. Big Country Bluegrass. Big Country Bluegrass. Cash On The Barrelhead/Hickory Wind (Medley Live From Northen Quebec) Gram Parsons. Cherokee Boogie. Cherokee Boogie. Johnny Horton. Johnny Horton. Me And Bobby Mcgee. Me And.
  6. Fenrit
    Cactus - Big Mama Boogie, Parts 1 & 2 Lyrics. Yeah I like to rock and I like to roll Most of all darlin' I like to ball Boogie feels good and good in my heart Makes me so good I don't th.
  7. Kazira
    Apr 02,  · Get all the lyrics to songs on Country & Western (A Ride Through History • ): CD 03 - History Of The s and join the Genius community .
  8. Mogor
    Country Boogie focuses on a period of country music that does not catch the spotlight as often as its own entity: boogie-woogie-styled country. It is influenced mostly by the Western swing movement, which happened about the same time, but incorporates straighter rhythms more commonly associated with jump blues, which gives this boogie-woogie some footing as a precursor to rockabilly.8/

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