Boogie Woogie Baby





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Published on Jul 4, 2009

One of the Delmore's later songs, showing why it's often said that they were forerunners of much music that came later. This was done perhaps in the late forties (Rabon died in 1952)--a few years later, and it would have been called rock and roll. Sorry for the poor audio quality, if you know of a better quality recording, I'm all ears!!

John Delmore

Addendum: As for guitar work, the first 'solo', I think, is Rabon on the tenor, second (acoustic) is Alton, and the third, electric, is likely Merle Travis...I don't know it for a fact, that's just my belief...

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    • Delmore Brothers
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    • Beyond Patina Jazz Masters: Delmore Brothers
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    • INgrooves (on behalf of Beyond Patina); Audiam (Publishing), UMPG Publishing


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