Tampa Red And The Chicago Five / Jesse's String Five - When You Were A Gal Of Seven / River Blues album flac
Title: When You Were A Gal Of Seven / River Blues
MP3 album: 1569 mb
FLAC album: 1221 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Blues / Folk and Country
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|A||–Tampa Red And The Chicago Five||When You Were A Gal Of Seven|
|B||–Jesse's String Five||River Blues
Vocals – Jesse Ashlock
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- Vocals, Guitar – Tampa Red (tracks: A)
NotesSide A (Mx. BS-100099-1) was recorded April 3, 1936, Chicago, IL.
Side B (Mx. BS-99325-1) was recorded February 24, 1936, San Antonio, TX - Texas Hotel.