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Redd Stewart And His Kentucky Colonels - If You'll Come Back To Me / Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie) download album

  • Performer: Redd Stewart And His Kentucky Colonels
  • Title: If You'll Come Back To Me / Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie)
  • Genre: Country - World
  • Formats: MP2 VOC MP4 RA MP3 XM DXD
  • Released: 1950
  • Style: Country
  • MP3 album: 1981 mb
  • FLAC album: 1695 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 223
Redd Stewart And His Kentucky Colonels - If You'll Come Back To Me / Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie) download album

Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie).

Redd Stewart And His Kentucky Colonels: listen and download Redd Stewart and His Kentucky Colonels - Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie) & more. Redd Stewart and His Kentucky Colonels - Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie) 02:29 Hillbilly, Bop, Boogie & the Honky Tonk Blues, Vol. 1 (1948 - 1950). His Cotton Pickers Smokey Rogers and His String Band Patric Standford Sergo Decius Sylvain Leroux Noisegate Shorty Rogers and His Big Band, Boots Brown and His Blockbusters Cody B. David L Chaâbi Oupoh Mogou et le Kpazehi Mangelli Euro Choeur Esperance Thayana Valle Mr Surger.

You Belong To Me - Redd Stewart with Pee Wee King. Redd Stewart - Brother Drop Dead (Boogie). Ten Gallon Boogie" (Vocals) Redd Stewart. MP3. MP4. Pee Wee King And Redd Stewart - "The Urge".

Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie). Hillbilly Bop, Boogie and the Honky Tonk Blues, Vol. 1: 1948-1950.

Vocal by Redd Stewart with String band. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record  . A 1950 recording of American country artist Redd Stewart (Henry Ellis Stewart) and his Kentucky Colonels. Stewart is most famous as a co-writer for the "Tennessee Waltz". Most of Stewart's music focuses on the American south, represented in this tune by his desire to return home to Dixie (vernacular for the South). He wrote "Gotta Get Back to Dixie" in 1950.

Redd Stewart And His Kentucky Colonels - Gotta Get Back to Dixie (1950). REDD STEWART - River Road Rock, Yes Iv'e Come Back. Redd Stewart’s final performance of his 1951 hit Slow Polk. You Belong to Me (Chilton Price, Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart).

Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie). Redd Stewart and His Kentucky Colonels.

Tracklist

A If You'll Come Back To Me
AA Brother, Drop Dead (Boogie)


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