Complete your Spade Cooley And His Fiddlin' Friends collection. Spade Cooley And His Fiddlin' Friends – The Rhumba Boogie, Chew Tobacco Rag. Genre: Folk, World, & Country.
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DECCA 9 46310 ~ Spade Cooley & his Fiddlin' Friends Chew Tobacco Rag '51 WS. Extract Chords. Milton Brown and his Brownies, Somebody's Been Using That Thing, 1936.
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Fiddlin' John Carson (March 23, 1868 – December 11, 1949) was an American old-time fiddler and singer who recorded what is widely considered to be the first country music song featuring vocals and lyrics. Carson was born in (or near) Fannin County, Georgia, and grew up on a farm there. His father worked as a section foreman for the W&A Railroad Company. In his teens, Carson learned to play the fiddle, using an old Stradivari-copy violin brought from Ireland in the early 18th century
Spade Cooley, Spade Cooley & His Orchestra. Spade Cooley - Chew Tobacco Rag 02:29. Spade Cooley - Honky Tonkin' 02:21. Spade Cooley - On the Old Spanish Trail 02:44. Spade Cooley - South 02:44. Spade Cooley - Swingin' The Devil's Dream 02:10. Spade Cooley - Carmen's Boogie 01:52. Spade Cooley - You Never Miss the Water Till it's gone 02:38. Spade Cooley - I A'int Going Out Tonight 01:31. Spade Cooley - Topeka Polka 02:27. Spade Cooley - Ten Thousand Miles 03:12. Spade Cooley - Oklahoma Stomp 02:51. Spade Cooley - The Rhumba Boogie 02:17. Big Box Value Series: The King of Western Swing - Spade Cooley & Friends - Spade Cooley. Down Younder - Spade Cooley, Spade Cooley & his Fiddlin' Gang.
Chew Tobacco Rag (Remastered) - Single. A musician and actor whose often sordid private life tended to overshadow his career as an entertainer, Spade Cooley was the self-proclaimed King of Western Swing, an innovator who at his peak led the largest band ever assembled in the annals of country music. The product of a multi-generational family of fiddle players, Donnell Clyde Cooley was born in Oklahoma in 1910, and at the age of four, his family moved to Oregon
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|9 46310||Spade Cooley And His Fiddlin' Friends||The Rhumba Boogie / Chew Tobacco Rag (7")||Decca||9 46310||Canada||Unknown|
|46310||Spade Cooley And His Fiddlin' Friends||The Rhumba Boogie / Chew Tobacco Rag (Shellac, 10", Promo)||Decca||46310||US||1951|