Charley Patton Pea Vine Blues Tom Rushen Blues


Charley Patton Pea Vine Blues Tom Rushen Blues


Baby, you know I can't stay The levee is sinkin', Lord, you know I cannot I'm goin' up the country, mama, in a few more days Yes, you know it, she know it, she know you done done me wrong Yes, you know it, you know it, you know you done done me wrong Yes, you know it, you know it, you know you done done me wrong Yes, I cried last night and I ain't gonna cry anymore I cried last night an' I, I ain't gonna cry anymore 'Cause the good book tells us you've got to reap just what you sow Stop your way o' livin' an' you won't You won't have to cry no more, baby Stop your way o' livin' an' you won't have to cry anymore Stop your way o' livin' an' you won't have to cry anymore I think I heard the Pea Vine when it blowed I think I heard Pea Vine when it blowed She blowed just like she wasn't gonna blow no more.

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Live photos are published when licensed by photographers whose copyright is quoted. The whole trip covering some 60 miles. An Alabama logging road at Robertsdale - c. Haymes M. Calt S. Richmond, Ind. Charters S. Willis 1. Barry J. Willis Ibid.

References : 1. Haymes Max "Railroadin' Some". Railroads in the Early Blues. Music Mentor Books. Publication pending.

Rock Chapel Press. Charters Samuel The Bluesmen". Oak Publications. Willis John C. University Press of Virginia. Robert M. John Godrich. Howard Rye. Clarendon Press. Transcriptions by Max Haymes.

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Never to more telling effect than when his harsh singing is replaced by a softer spoken tone: "Stop your way o' livin', you won't Charlie Patton vo.

References :. Haymes Max. Charters Samuel. The Bluesmen". Barry John.



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8 thoughts on “ Charley Patton Pea Vine Blues Tom Rushen Blues ”

  1. Kelkis says:View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of "Pea Vine Blues / Tom Rushen Blues" on Discogs. Pea Vine Blues Lyrics: I think I heard the pea vine when it blowed / I think I heard the pea vine when it blowed / It blow just like my rider gettin' on board / Well.
  2. Saktilar says:Tom Rushen Blues. Charley Patton. Recorded on June 14th, in Richmond Indiana, this song describes a Jim Lahey esque situation. 1 Pea Vine Blues - Charlie Patton, who had once arrested Patton) was proud of the fact Patton had featured him on Tom Rushen Blues (sic) in
  3. Zule says:TOM RUSHEN BLUES LYRICS by CHARLEY PATTON: Laid down last night, hopin I would have my peace, ee. Mais acessadas de Charley Patton. Playlists Tom Rushen will take you, back to the prison house flyin' An' it's boozy booze, now, Lord, to cure these blues.
  4. Zuhn says:Find the lyrics for Pea Vine Blues by Charley Patton on mp3bump.info No Reserve Charley Patton on Paramount Tom Rushen Blues/Pea Vine Blues This record is in Fair condition. I'm not grading it poor because it plays.

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