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Blues For Tanya - Joe Liggins - Joe Liggins And The Honeydrippers (CD)

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  2. Blues Rhythm & Blues Identifier 78_lovers-lament_joe-liggins-joe-liggins-and-his-honeydrippers-little-willie-jackson_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Shaun Kinney User_metadataentered Perry Longo.
  3. After attempting to learn various brass instruments, Joe Liggins settled down to study musical composition and piano arrangement. After moving to California, he began writing for and playing with local bands, graduating in the 40s to the respected units of Cee Pee Johnson and Sammy Franklin; he was working with the latter when, in , he left.
  4. Joe Liggins And The Honeydrippers A: The Honeydripper Joe Liggins B: I've Got A Right To Cry: Dot USA: Nov 7" 6: Joe Liggins A: Justina B: Go Ahead: Aladdin USA: Mar 7" 1: Joe Liggins And His Honeydrippers A: Tell Me So B: In The Wee Wee Hours: Honeydripper USA: DI/ 7" 1: Joe Liggins And.
  5. Find Joe Liggins credit information on AllMusic. Pianist Joe Liggins and his band, the Honeydrippers, tore up the R&B charts during the late '40s and early '50s with their polished brand of polite R&B. Liggins scored massive hits with "The Honeydripper".
  6. A native of Guthrie, OK, Joe "Honeydripper" Liggins grew up in San Diego, where he developed his multi-instrumental musical abilities at San Diego State University. Liggins established himself professionally with intensive gigging -- in the company of such powerhouse players as Cee Pee Johnson and Illinois Jacquet -- in and around Los Angeles.
  7. Pianist Joe Liggins presented a fairly sophisticated brand of swinging jump blues to jitterbuggers during the early '50s, when his irresistible "Pink Champagne" scaled the R&B charts. Twenty-five of his very best Specialty sides grace this collection, including a tasty remake of "The Honeydripper"; "Rhythm in the Barnyard," and the syncopated "Going Back to New Orleans" (recently Price: $
  8. 7" Single on 45cat: Joe Liggins And His "Honeydrippers" - Freight Train Blues / Blues For Tanya - Specialty - USA - SP

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