Down the Road a Piece" is a boogie-woogie song written by Don Raye. In 1940, it was recorded by the Will Bradley Trio and became a top 10 hit in the closing months of the year. Called "a neat little amalgam of bluesy rhythm and vivid, catchy lyrics," the song was subsequently recorded by a variety of jazz, blues, and rock artists
Will Bradley His Orchestra Featuring Ray McKinley. Celery Stalks At Midnight. Written-By, Arranged By – Harris, Bradley. B. –Will Bradley Trio. Down The Road A Piece. Vocals – Ray McKinley, Will BradleyWritten-By – D. Raye. Matrix, Runout (side A label): CO 25688. Matrix, Runout (side A runout stamped): CO25688-1B, H. Matrix, Runout (side B label): CO 27872.
Album : Will Bradley & His Orchestra by Will Bradley . Genre et sous style: Jazz. 3 years ago. John Stewart. I played those things when I was fourteen years old in l940. Needless to say, I'm an old lady now, but I appreciate it that someone put these on UTube.
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|A||–Will Bradley His Orchestra* Featuring Ray McKinley||Celery Stalks At Midnight
Written-By, Arranged By – Harris*, Bradley*
|B||–Will Bradley Trio||Down The Road A Piece
Vocals – Ray McKinley, Will BradleyWritten-By – D. Raye*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (side A label): CO 25688
- Matrix / Runout (side A runout stamped): CO25688-1B / H
- Matrix / Runout (side B label): CO 27872
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout stamped): CO27872-1D / H