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Goofy Dust Blues

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  1. Raggedy Blues: – Pete "Guitar" Lewis: Crying With The Rising Sun: – Pete "Guitar" Lewis: Harmonica Boogie: – Pete "Guitar" Lewis: Goofy Dust Blues: – Little Willie Littlefield: Striking On You Baby: – Little Willie Littlefield: Blood Is Redder .
  2. Littlefield was the first to record Kansas City as K.C. Lovin', a popular title and several of his subsequent titles like Miss K.C.'s Fine and Goofy Dust Blues were in the same vein. When Wilbert Harrison had a #1 hit in with the song Federal overdubbed additional bass and drums and reissued it - the overdubbed version is also included here.
  3. The Best of the Rest: Selected Recordings by Little Willie Littlefield - CD () for $ from amistethumbfuncverrojuboljanecra.coinfo Blues - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Sep 28,  · Goofy Dust Blues By Little Willie Littlefield. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Goofy Dust Blues - Little Willie Littlefield. Featured on I Was a Mod Before You Were a Mod Vol, Jazz, Soul and R&B Club Anthems. More by Little Willie Littlefield. Old Time Feeling Music Duration: 2 min.
  5. Evokes that time when orchestras swelled, brass sections exploded like fireworks and blues dripped off piano keys onto booze- and tear-stained barroom floors, staggering cast including names like the Reefer Man and Snuff Dippin' Mama, but the themes are just as relevant to today's recession-hit climate: The desire to escape by getting high (and the often unfavorable repercussions on relationships)/5(4).
  6. Jun 27,  · Bennie Moten - "Goofy Dust" - "Tulsa Blues" Okeh - 78rpm acoustic record played in Joe Bussard's Basement.
  7. Born Sept. 16, in El Campo, Texas, USA. Died June 23, in Leusden, The Netherlands Blues singer/pianist popular in California during the early 's. He recorded the original version of Leiber & Stoller's song Kansas City in under the title of "K.C. Loving".
  8. Actually, however, this is a pretty strong and (for the early-'50s piano blues genre) a fairly diverse set, including a couple of vocal duets with Little Esther and one with Lil Greenwood; some effectively brooding, but not dragging, blues such as "Blood Is Redder Than Wine"; and the strikingly unusual "(Please Don't Go) O-O-O-Oh," where.

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