Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies - 1934 mp3 album
- Performer: Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies
- Title: 1934
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: AA VQF DTS MP3 AIFF TTA AHX
- Released: 1982
- Style: Country, Western Swing
- MP3 album: 1791 mb
- FLAC album: 1982 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 355
In April 1934, the band recorded eight songs for Bluebird; and then another ten recordings for the label in August. Brown and his talented group of musicians were responsible for numerous innovations, notably in late 1934, the Brownies added the true pioneer of the world’s first electrically amplified steel guitar-Bob Dunn. Dunn was a jazz guitarist who first heard electric steel guitar played by a down and out blues performer on the Coney Island boardwalk-Dunn's innovative steel guitar solo riffs singlehandedly created country & western's most recognized solo instrumental sound.
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This song is by Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies and appears on the album And His Musical Brownies 1934 (1982). Knocking soundLady, get out your can, here comes your garbage manGet away f'm me, man, I ain't got no garbage. Oh, get out your can, here comes the garbage manOh-oh, get out your can, here comes the garbage manOh, get out your can, here comes the garbage man.
Listen to Memphis Blues from Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies's Daddy Of Western Swing for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Milton Brown (7 September 1903 - 13 April 1936, Crystal Springs, Texas) born in Stephenville, TX was a band leader and vocalist who was one of the founders of Western swing. View full artist profile.
Artist: Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies. Album: Western Swing the Anthology, 2012. Its Swingin' Monday and listen to this band swing 84 years ago. Brownie's Stomp was the first tune recorded by Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies on April 4, 1934 in San Antonio. That's Cecil Brower on the fiddle.
|A2||Joe Turner Blues|
|A3||Oh! You Pretty Woman!|
|A4||My Precious Sonny Boy|
|A5||Swinging On The Garden Gate|
|A6||Do The Hula Lou|
|A7||Garbage Man Blues|
|A8||Four, Five or Six Times|
|A9||Where You Been So Long, Corrine?|
|B1||Talking About You|
|B2||Just Sitting On Top Of The World|
|B3||Take It Slow And Easy|
|B4||Get Along, Cindy|
|B6||Love Land And You|
|B7||This Morning, This Evening, So Soon|
|B8||Girl Of My Dreams|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Texas Rose Records
- Copyright (c) – Texas Rose Records
- Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-10498
- Bass – Wanna Coffman
- Cover – Wesley Camburn
- Executive-Producer, Cover – Alan Roberts
- Fiddle – Cecil Brower, Ted Grantham (tracks: A9 to B9)
- Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Durwood Brown
- Liner Notes [Playbill] – Marvin "Smokey" Montgomery*
- Piano – Fred "Papa" Calhoun*
- Producer, Liner Notes, Transferred By – Cary Ginell
- Tenor Banjo – Ocie Stockard
- Vocals, Leader – Milton Brown
NotesThe complete 1934 Bluebird sessions.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: TXR-2706-Side A L-10498
- Matrix / Runout: TXR-2706-Side B L-10498-X