eBook Waiting for a Train: Jimmie Rodgers's America download
by Warren Zanes,Mary E. Davis
Author: Warren Zanes,Mary E. Davis
Publisher: Rounder Books (August 16, 2009)
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by Mary E. Davis/ Warren Zanes · data of the paperback book Waiting for a Train: Jimmie. by: Mary E. Davis · Warren Zanes. ISBN: 978-1-57940-123-8. ISBN-10: 1-57940-123-6.
by Mary E. Rounder Books · 2009.
Personal Name: Rodgers, Jimmie, 1897-1933. Personal Name: Zanes, Warren. Personal Name: Davis, Mary. Rubrics: Country musicians United States History and criticism. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
From the summer of 1927, when he made his initial recordings with Ralph Peer in Bristol, Tennessee, to May 1933, when, fighting tuberculosis, he cut his last records in New York City, Rodgers created a string of hits that define American music.
From 1927 to 1933, Rodgers created a string of hits that define American music
From 1927 to 1933, Rodgers created a string of hits that define American music. Blending white country, black blues, Tin Pan Alley song, traditional ballads and his signature yodels, he captured the spirit and sound of his generation. This book grows from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's American Music Masters series, which honored Rodgers.
Waiting for a Train book. In his brief career, Jimmie Rodgers reigned as one of America's first.
Jimmie Rodgers – Waiting For A Train lyrics. All around the water tank, waiting for a train A thousand miles away from home, sleeping in the rain I walked up to a brakeman just to give him a line of talk He said "If you got money, boy, I'll see that you don't walk I haven't got a nickel, not a penny can I show "Get off, get. off, you railroad bum" and slammed the boxcar door.
Album Never No Mo’ Blues. Waiting For A Train Lyrics. All around the water tank, waiting for a train A thousand miles away from home, sleeping in the rain I walked up to a brakeman to give him a line of talk He said "If you've got money, I'll see that you don't walk I haven't got a nickel, not a penny can I shill "Get off, get off, you railroad bum" He slammed the boxcar door. Oh-dee-lay-ee, lay-ee, oh-lay-ee.
Jimmie Rodgers is with Hoàng Khanh and Virginia Le. 10 July ·. Jimmie Rodgers - Waiting for a Train Rodgers was also known as "The Singing Brakeman", "The Blue Yodeler", and "The Father of Country Music". Kỷ Niệm (Phạm Duy) - Guitar: Phạm Ngọc Lân. Jimmie Rodgers.
Artist: Jimmie Rodgers. Album: Away Out On the Mountain, 2013. Rare footage of Jimmie Rogers singing Wating for a Train.