Bob Howard And His Boys - If You're A Viper / Raggedy But Right mp3 album
If You're a Viper" (originally released under the title "You'se a Viper", and sometimes titled "If You'se a Viper") is a jazz song composed by Stuff Smith. It was first recorded by Smith and his Onyx Club Boys in 1936 and released as the b-side to the song "After You've Gone". The song was a hit for Smith and is one of the most frequently covered songs about marijuana smoking in American popular music.
A. If You're A Written-By. B. Raggedy But Right Written By – Slocum. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 63252A Matrix, Runout (Side B): 63254A. Bob Howard And His Boys.
Read about If You're A Viper from The Harlem Hamfats's Lets Get Drunk and Truck (Songs About Drink, Drugs, Sex and Troubles 1936 - 1939) and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lets Get Drunk and Truck (Songs About Drink, Drugs, Sex and Troubles 1936 - 1939). Initially, they mainly provided backup music for jazz and blues singers, such as Johnny Temple, Rosetta Howard, and Frankie Jaxon for Decca Records, but when their first record "Oh Red" became a hit, it secured them a Decca contract for fifty titles. They launched a successful recording career performing danceable music.
If You're a Viper (The Reefer Song). Bob Howard and His Boys, Bob Howard, Frank Froeba, Teddy Bunn, Haig Stephens & O'Neil Spencer 2010. Howard recorded five selections during 1931-32 for Columbia (three solo sides that included his vocals and two duets with trumpeter Manny Klein). A decent pianist, Howard stuck exclusively to goodtime vocals during his Decca period and among the other players on his records were Benny Carter (on trumpet and alto), trumpeters Bunny Berigan and Marty Marsala, clarinetists Buster Bailey, Barney Bigard, Cecil Scott and Artie Shaw, pianists Teddy Wilson, Frank Froeba, Zinky Cohn and Billy Kyle, guitarist Teddy Bunn, drummer Cozy Cole, tenorsaxophonist.
You're a Big Boy Now is a soundtrack album by The Lovin' Spoonful, released in 1967, containing music from the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name. Composed entirely by Spoonful member John Sebastian, it contains several songs performed by the band, as well as instrumental music from the film score. The album was re-released on CD along with What's Up, Tiger Lily?, the Spoonful's soundtrack for the 1967 Woody Allen film.
Raimer Losch & Peter Muller & Bob Culverhouse & Jon Marks. George Lewis & Barry Martyn &Amp; Cuff Billett. Raimer Losch, Peter Müller, Bob Culverhouse & Freddy John. 2. 15. Conti Street Parade.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Fats Waller - You're A Viper (The Reefer Song). Fats Waller I´m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter. KERMIT RUFFINS - "If You're A Viper" - (Live at Kermit's Treme Speakeasy). Rosetta Howard "If You're A Viper". Wayne Hancock If you"re a Viper.
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|If You're A Viper|
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