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Penitentiary Blues Part 1 - Smokey Hogg - Penitentiary Blues Part 1 / Penitentiary Blues Part 2 (Vinyl)

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  1. Kajikora
    24.11.2019
    David Allan Coe is one of the most popular and controversial figures in modern country music. It s ironic then that his debut album, Penitentiary Blues, wasn t a country album at all, but a blues album through and through. Though it received only limited distribution upon /5(20).

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  2. Kajijora
    23.11.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Penitentiary Blues on Discogs.

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  3. Doujora
    17.11.2019
    This is a decent selection of items from one of the masters of Texas Country Blues, mostly recorded for small independent labels during the late s to the late s. Sound quality varies, but is generally acceptable. 1) I've Been Happy 2) Baby Baby 3) Change Your Ways 4) Misery Blues 5) Penitentiary Blues Part 1 6) Penitentiary Blues Part 24/5(1).

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  4. Zur
    21.11.2019
    Texas Blues "The Early '50s" Smokey Hogg - Penitentiary Blues - Penitentiary Blues, part 2 Mercy Dee - Lonesome Cabin Blues Frankie Lee Sims - Lucy Mae Blues John Hogg - West Texas Blues - Black Snake Blues Frankie Lee Sims - I'm Long, Long Gone Buddy Chiles - Mistreated Blues Anonymous [Mance Lipscomb] - Tom Moore's Farm * L.C. Williams - Trying, Trying Texas Alexander - .

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  5. Vuzragore
    25.11.2019
    Read and write album reviews for Penitentiary Blues - Andrew "Smokey" Hogg on AllMusic.

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  6. Mikabei
    20.11.2019
    Penitentiary Blues (Parts 1 & 2) Lyrics: ===(Part 1)=== / You see my mama, tell her for me / I got lifetime in prison, i'd never go free / I get a-thinkin, bout my wife and child / Won't do nothin.

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  7. Fenrizahn
    24.11.2019
    Jul 13,  · Modern Hollywood Andrew «Smokey» Hogg, vocal, guitar Accomp. by piano and string bass October 31, Texas Blues Guitar - Penitentiary Blues Part 1 & 2 (SMOKEY HOGG) .

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  8. Bakree
    23.11.2019
    This is a decent selection of items from one of the masters of Texas Country Blues, mostly recorded for small independent labels during the late s to the late s. Sound quality varies, but is generally acceptable. 1) I've Been Happy 2) Baby Baby 3) Change Your Ways 4) Misery Blues 5) Penitentiary Blues Part 1 6) Penitentiary Blues Part 2.

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