Nobody Knows (What The Good Deacon Does) - Various - Screening The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vudojind says:
    Worried Blues [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Mississippi John Hurt Folks Songs & Blues [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) Classic Chicago Blues (CD) Various Artists His Best 21 Songs (CD) Sonny Terry Stop Breaking Down (CD) Eddie Taylor, Jr. Nobody Knows (What The Good Deacon Does).
  2. Sacage says:
    Tracks 1 to 13 are the album "When The World Knows Your Name" released April on CBS (1, 4 and 2 after the catalogue number for LP, MC and CD). Tracks 14 to 20 are BONUS TRACKS - non-album sides from the "Real Gone Kid" and "Wages Day" 7", 12" and CD single formats on DEAC 7 [tracks 14 to 17] and DEAC 8 [tracks 18 to 20]/5(44).
  3. Shaktit says:
    The late Paul Oliver () spent a great deal of his adult life researching and writing about the blues. In a literary career that spanned more than half a century, Oliver wrote ten books about various aspects of the blues, with the emphasis on the artists who recorded, and the music they made, from the mids to the outbreak of World War orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfo: $
  4. Basida says:
    Burying Ground Blues Vocals, Guitar – "Mooch" Richardson* A9 – Freezone (2) Indian Squaw Blues Vocals, Guitar – Freezone (2) B1 – Hambone Willie Newbern: She Could Toodle-Do Vocals, Guitar – Hambone Willie Newbern: B2 – Hambone Willie Newbern: Nobody Knows (What The Good Deacon Does) Vocals, Guitar – Hambone Willie Newbern: B3.
  5. Kigagis says:
    Screening The Blues Aspects Of The Blues Tradition Jack Ranger - Thieving Blues Butterbeans And Susie - Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree) Washington Phillips - Denomination Blues Hambone Willie Newbern - Nobody Knows (what The Good Deacon Does) Hambone Willie Newbern - Roll And Tumble Blues Bumble Bee Slim - Policy Dream Blues Memphis Minnie - He's In .
  6. Tolkree says:
    Song FactDonald Fagen and Walter Becker explain Deacon Blues in a WSJ article: As midlife-crisis songs go, Steely Dan’s “Deacon Blues” ranks among the most melodic and existential. Recorded for the album “Aja” in , the song details the bored existence of a ground-down suburbanite and his romantic fantasy of life as a jazz saxophonist.
  7. Malazil says:
    Sep 17,  · “Deacon Blues” appeared on Steely Dan’s “Aja” album. Excerpted from the interview: Fagen: “Walter and I wrote ‘Deacon Blues’ in Malibu, Calif., when we lived out there. Walter would come over to my place and we’d sit at the piano. I had an idea for a chorus: If a college football team like the University of Alabama could.
  8. Munris says:
    Preachin' the Blues: Big Bill Broonzy Vol. 2: Ralph Willis: Amen Blues: Shake That Thing: East Coast Blues Papa Lightfoot: When the Saints Go Marching: Blues Harmonica Wizards: Julius Daniels: Slippin' And Slidin' Up The Golden Street: Atlanta Blues: Skip James: Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader: Blues Images Vol. 6: Texas.
  9. Nijar says:
    "Deacon Blues" is a song written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen in and recorded by their group Steely Dan on their album Aja. It peaked at number 19 on the Billboard charts and number 17 on the U.S. Cash Box Top in June It also reached #40 on the Easy Listening chart. In Canada, it peaked at #14, a position it occupied for two weeks, and #20 Adult Contemporary.

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