Hardworking Man Blues - Memphis Willie B. - Hard Working Man Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Zulkirr

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    Sing a little bit of these working man blues Hey hey, the working man, the working man like me I ain't never been on welfare, that's one place I won't be Cause I'll be working long as my two hands are fit to use I drink a little beer in a tavern Sing a little bit of these working man blues Sometimes I think about leaving, do a little bummin around.
  2. Meztirn

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    Memphis Willie B. (r.n. William Borum) was a country blues singer from guess where, who also accompanied himself on guitar and harmonica. He sings in a deep, laconic tenor voice, and likes to moan slightly at the end of most lines. Many of his lyrics come from 5/5(2).
  3. Shakajas

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    Dec 08,  · thats a great book, Has D. Gatton's Elmira St Boogie", Blue eyes crying in the rain, by willie," Buckaroo" by Buck owens and the Buckaroos, Hank williams "i'm so lonesome I could cry" w / steel transcription,,and a mess of other swimtentsintaurisig.vicroamautrontiobarguecherredarthirooms.infoinfo out working man blues with 4th fret Capo.
  4. Zulkirisar

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    Songfacts says: "Working Man Blues" is about as obviously aimed as you can get, at the core audience of his fans, being blue-collar workers. Even at that, Haggard poses for the cover of the single in full business suit, tie, watch, and all.
  5. Muzshura

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    Memphis Willie B. (r.n. William Borum) was a country blues singer from guess where, who also accompanied himself on guitar and harmonica. He sings in a deep, laconic tenor voice, and likes to moan slightly at the end of most lines. Many of his lyrics come from 5/5(1).
  6. Doujind

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    The Memphis blues is a style of blues music created from the s to the s by musicians in the Memphis area, such as Frank Stokes, Sleepy John Estes, Furry Lewis and Memphis swimtentsintaurisig.vicroamautrontiobarguecherredarthirooms.infoinfo style was popular in vaudeville and medicine shows and was associated with Beale Street, the main entertainment area in Memphis, W. C. Handy, the "Father of the Blues", published the song "The .
  7. Maktilar

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    Jan 07,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Memphis Willie B. Dying Mother Blues Hard Working Man Blues YouTube Hard Working Man - Duration: Jimmy Rogers - Topic views.
  8. Mukasa

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    "Working Man Blues" is an excellent example of the country music sub-genre known as the "Bakersfield Sound." Bakersfield, California was the locus of a back-to-basics breed of Country music in the '60s and '70s, popularized by Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and the Buckaroos.

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