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9 thoughts on “ Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Mornin - Margaret Johnson (5) - 1923 - 1927 (CD)

  1. Yorisar
    Folk Music Performer Index - Johnson M to Jones F Johnson, Margaret Appearance as principal performer. Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Mornin', Blue Ladies. Classic Blues Performances, Memphis Archives , CD (), 8 [] Johnson, Marilyn Side Performer Appearance. Redpath, Jean / Songs of Robert Burns. Vol. 5, Philo ().
  2. Mikatilar
    Margaret Johnson– () Blue Document Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Mornin’ If you want something shipped a different way, send an email or call us during store hours at () to make arrangements. Read About Us on Yelp. Down Home on Instagram.
  3. JoJogore
    Nobody knows the way I feel dis mornin' Oh daddy: Oh, Joe play that trombone: Parlor social de luxe: Prison blues: Railroad blues: Roamin' blues: Saint Louis blues: Sara Martin Sara Martin in chronological order. See see rider blues: Sugar blues: Sylvester Weaver () "the accompanist". Tain't nobody's bus'ness if I do: Tell.
  4. Mokora
    "Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning" is a fine piece of blues that was recorded by numerous other women during the early '20s, and was most memorably interpreted by Alberta Hunter. Its most persuasive line is "I could kill you faster than an express train.".
  5. Samujar
    Nobody Knows the Way I Feel 'Dis Mornin' () (track 2) referred to in medleys: A Salute to Jolson Medley: Salute to Jolson / Toot Toot Tootsie / California Here I Come / Baby Face / Salute to Jolson / Swanee / I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover / Let Me Sing a Funny Song / Salute to Jolson / I’m Waiting for the Robert E. Lee.
  6. Kimuro
    Margaret Johnson was an American blues and early jazz vocalist and pianist. Johnson's primary era of recording activity as a vocalist was from to Prior to this, she had worked in vaudeville. She is best known for her recording of the song, "Dead Drunk Blues". Her main output was released on the Okeh and Victor labels.
  7. Fenrigal
    Second Handed Blues, an album by Margaret Johnson on Spotify. Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning. 5. When A 'Gator Holler Folks Say It's a Sign of Rain. 6. Margaret Johnson () Field Recordings, Vol. 1: Music Productions from the Recording Minor: Northeastern University.
  8. Mer
    Vaudeville blues singer, who recorded for OKeh and Victor "Johnson's early recordings were with Clarence Williams groups, and she may have been one of his protégées. Appearances on the vaudeville circuit are logged from to , but nothing is known of her subsequent life." (The Penguin guide to blues recordings (), p. ).
  9. Zologis
    OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (72 min.) Contents: If I let you get away with it once you'll do it all of the time --E flat blues --I love you Daddy, but you don't mean me no good --Nobody knows the way I feel this mornin' --Absent minded blues --Papa, Mama's all alone blues --Changeable daddy of mine --Who'll chop your suey (when I'm gone) --Done made a fool out of me.

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