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Tommy Duncan Dog House Blues

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catalog number: CDJAS3585

weight in Kg 0,100


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Tommy Duncan: Dog House Blues

(2008/JASMINE) 24 tracks (40/50s) feat. Bob & Billy Jack Wills


Tommy Duncan - Dog House Blues Medium 1
1: San Antonio Rose
2: Out Of Gas
3: I'll Never Worry You
4: I've Got A New Road Under My Wheels
5: I Just Can't Take It Any More
6: Down In Old Mexico
7: Mirror On The Wall
8: Bottle Baby Boogie
9: Sending Your Picture Back
10: Hey Lula (Hey Lu-La)
11: Somebody's Pushin'
12: I Hit The Jackpot (When I Won You)
13: Lilly Dale
14: Walkin' In The Shadow Of The Blues
15: Now That We Have Said Goodbye
16: My Son My Son
17: I Don't Want To Live Alone
18: The Parting Of The Ways
19: Cadillac In Model 'A'
20: Leavin' Today
21: Dog House Blues
22: Tobacco Chewing Boogie
23: Wastin' Your Life Away
24: Time Changes Everything


Artikeleigenschaften von Tommy Duncan: Dog House Blues

  • Interpret: Tommy Duncan

  • Albumtitel: Dog House Blues

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Dog House Blues
  • Label JASMINE

  • Price code JAS
  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0604988358520

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Duncan, Tommy"

Tommy Duncan

geb. 11. 1. 1911 in Hillsboro - Texasgest. 25. 7. 1967Record Labels: Columbia, Capitol, LibertyErster Top Ten Hit: Gamblin` Polka Dot Blues (1949)Tommy Duncan war über 20 Jahre der Lead-Sänger vonBob Wills` Texas Playboys und hatte zwischendurch, in den40er Jahren, seine eigene Band, die Western All Stars.

Tommy Duncan

Vocalist Tommy Duncan was fired from Bob Wills' Texas Playboys in 1948 after working with Wills for more than a decade and a half. He subsequently toured as a solo artist with various bands that, at times, included Bakersfield pickers like Bill Woods and Billy Mize. As the popularity of Western swing fell out of favor in the 1950s, Duncan began experimenting with his sound in an attempt to stay relevant in a changing marketplace. With honky-tonk and the emerging rock and roll sound capturing listeners' attention, he agreed to record this rocking Bill Woods original when Bill pitched it to him one night following one of Tommy's guest appearances at the Blackboard. It was almost certainly recorded at the same session as Woods' Go Crazy Man, and reunited Duncan with former Texas Playboy Johnny Cuviello. Already 46 years old at the time, Duncan sounds only slightly uneasy with rock and roll material, delivering a reasonably convincing performance.


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