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Latest update on 19/12/2017

Artist: Brown Brothers
Author: L. Wolfe Gilbert
Year: 1920

Saxophone sextet in musical Tip Top. (see also: Does The Spearmint Lose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Overnight) Author L. Wolfe Gilbert was pianist in New Orleans, wrote Ramona (see there) and Waiting For The Robert E. Lee.

Covers:

1921:

Ernest Hare & Billy Jones

1928:

Bill Helms [as Georgia Blues]

1929:

Hersal Brown

1934:

Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers [influential country recording]

1951:

Spade Cooley & His Fiddlin' Friends

1951:

Del Wood [name in full: Adelaide Hazelwood; female barrelhouse pianist extraordinaire; Jerry Lee Lewis was crazy about her]

1960:

Johnny & The Hurricanes

1962:

Red Foley

1972:

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band [with Doc Watson and Vassar Clements]

1973:

Jerry Lee Lewis [to impress Del Wood?]

1975:

Willie Nelson [instrumental on Red Headed Stranger by his sister Bobbie on keys]

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