camdenchurches
» » Georgia White - Was I Drunk? / Moonshine Blues

Georgia White - Was I Drunk? / Moonshine Blues download album

Georgia White - Was I Drunk? / Moonshine Blues download album
Performer:
Album:
Was I Drunk? / Moonshine Blues
Released:
1954
FLAC vers. size:
1710 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1672 mb
WMA vers. size:
1552 mb
Other formats
VOC AAC VQF AHX AA MOD MP3
Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
394

Was I Drunk? · Georgia White. 2015 Suncoast Music.

However, her other qualities are present and most evident in her early recordings "Bo-Weevil Blues" and "Moonshine Blues". Rainey recorded with Louis Armstrong, and she toured and recorded with the Georgia Jazz Band  . In 1924 she made some recordings with Louis Armstrong, including "Jelly Bean Blues", "Countin' the Blues" and "See, See Rider". In the same year she embarked on a tour of the Theater Owners Booking Association (TOBA) in the South and Midwest of the United States, singing for black and white audiences. She was accompanied by the bandleader and pianist Thomas Dorsey.

Moonshine is known by many nicknames in English, including white liquor, white lightning, mountain dew, choop, hooch, homebrew, shiney, white whiskey, and mash liquor. Georgia Moonshine – History and folk traditions in Georgia, USA. "Moonshine 'tempts new generation'" – BBC on distilling illegal liquor in the 21st century. Moonshine Franklin Co Virginia Moonshine Still from the past – Video.

Album · 1991 · 24 Songs. I'm Still Sloppy Drunk.

Is Drunk Girls LCD Soundsystem’s finest hour? No, of course not. But does it feel like a night of reckless boozing in New York City? . This drinkin’ blues song was first recorded in 1953, becoming one of several of its kind to reach the Top Ten on the Billboard R&B chart. John Lee Hooker popularized the tune with his 1966 cover, but Thorogood took it to a whole new level of bitching and moaning in his 1977 version, borrowing another of Hooker’s songs, "House Rent Boogie," to serve as a backstory to explain the sorry singer’s situation. Beer and whiskey odes abound, but there aren't too many moonshine songs. Just this one, really. Perhaps that’s because folks who drink methanol-laden mountain dew end up wearing overalls with one strap and having just as many teeth. Written by the Big Bopper, he of the Day the Music Died, White Lightning took George Jones to No. 1 in 1959.

Listen to Moonshine Blues from Moon Mullican's Moonshine Jamboree for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 3 more albums featuring this track.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Was I Drunk?
Written By – Endor, Farrell
B Moonshine Blues
Written-By – Rainey*

Notes

Recorded in 1936 (A-side) and 1937 (B-side)