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Three Bits Of Rhythm - I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie album download
Performer: Three Bits Of Rhythm
Title: I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie
Country: US
Genre: Soul / Funk
Style:Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1946
MP3 album szie: 1554 mb
FLAC album size: 1124 mb

Three Bits Of Rhythm - 1946 Also recorded by: Merle Travis; Oscar Brand; Rick Bedrosian; Sammy Kaye & His Orch. We used to work in Chicago In a department store We worked in the candy department We did, but we don't anymore A lady came in for some candy "And what will you have?" we said "Kisses" she said, and kisses she got We'll never work there anymore. SPOKEN: And then we got fired. 2nd Voice: Well, you see, that was my mother-in-law. I used to work in Chicago In a department store I worked in the stockings department I did, but I don't anymore A lady came in for some stockings "And what'll you have?" I said "Hose" she said, and hose she got I'll never work there anymore. SPOKEN: 1st Voice: You're fired! 2nd Voice: You can't fire him, he means Nylons 1st Voice: Ooh!

Three Bits Of Rhythm - I Used To Work In Chicago, That's The Boogie (Shellac, 10"). Sello:Modern Music (7) Cat. nº: MM118. Estado del soporte: Soporte: Good (G).

Chicago at Night" – Spoon. Chicago Blues", 1946 – composers: Arthur Crudup, Ransom Knowling, Judge Riley. Chicago Is My Home" – Pierre Lacocque; sung by Lurrie Bell, from album Hattiesburg Blues; Mississippi Heat. Chicago Is So Two Years Ago" – Fall Out Boy. "Chicago in Mind" – Albert Ammons. I Used to Work in Chicago. I Did But I Don't Anymore", 1944 – composers & lyricists: Larry Vincent & Sunny Skylar. (I Want To Go To) Chicago" - . amp; The Rockmen Unlimited. I–94" – Jules Blattner. I'll Meet You in Chicago (at the Fair)", 1928 – composers & lyricists: Charlie Harrison & Fred Rose. That's That", 2006 – Snoop Dogg featuring R. Kelly. There's No Lights On The Christmas Tree Mother They're Burning Big Louis Tonight" – Alex Harvey. This City", 2011 – Patrick Stump featuring Lupe Fiasco from Soul Punk.

I Used to Work in Chicago. The Signifying Monkey. Rootbeer Sizzle Sazzle Sizzle. Solomon Laugenour, Theodore Rudolph, Bruce Williams. The Man That Comes to My House. Solomon Langenour, Theodore Rudolph. Drop a Nickel in the Slot. Fred E. Ahlert, Joe Young.

Boogie is a repetitive, swung note or shuffle rhythm, "groove" or pattern used in blues which was originally played on the piano in boogie-woogie music. The characteristic rhythm and feel of the boogie was then adapted to guitar, double bass, and other instruments. The earliest recorded boogie-woogie song was in 1916. By the 1930s, Swing bands such as Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey and Louis Jordan all had boogie hits.

BOOGIE: Yeah, at the studio working on my album. It’s crazy right now. I’m making different type of shit. I’m making the type of music that fans really want to hear, and I mix it in with what everyone wants to hear. I don’t have to just target one fan base. I just try to capture everybody at once. I used to write for three years. Then I ran into Thugga in the studio and he taught me the game where it was straight just, Go ahead. So I’ve just been freestyling ever since then. BETTRIDGE: You said you were trying some new things for the first time with this upcoming album. BETTRIDGE: I feel like some people find that one vocal setting and then that’s their signature. BOOGIE: Every song is a different tempo for me. Every song is a different key and I just try to use my voice as an instrument and not just words. BETTRIDGE: Did you guys just go shopping?

Read about I Got Rhythm from Count Basie & His Orchestra's I Can't Stop Loving You and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Count Basie & His Orchestra. The Count Basie Orchestra is a 16 to 18 piece big band, one of the most prominent jazz performing groups of the swing era. The band survived the late-forties decline in big band popularity and went on to produce notable collaborations with singers such as Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald in the fifties and sixties.

That's the RT Boogie That's the Rhythm' Train Boogie for your heart and soul. Steelbreak That's Walti on the steel, that's the man with the Boogie feel.

Tracklist

I Used To Work In Chicago
That's The Boogie

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MM118 Three Bits Of Rhythm I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie ‎(Shellac, 10") Modern Music MM118 US 1946
MM118 Three Bits Of Rhythm I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie ‎(Shellac, 10") Modern Music MM118 US 1946
MM118 Three Bits Of Rhythm I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie ‎(Shellac, 10") Modern Music MM118 US 1946
MM118 Three Bits Of Rhythm I Used To Work In Chicago / That's The Boogie ‎(Shellac, 10") Modern Music MM118 US Unknown