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Lucky Millinder: Chew Tobacco Rag

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  1. Lucky Millinder And His Orch. A: Slide Mr. Trombone B: Big Fat Mama: Warwick USA: M Sep 7" 0: Tiny Bradshaw A: Bradshaw Boogie Lucky Millinder B: Chew Tobacco Rag: King USA: C 7" 1: The Lamplighters A: Ride Jockey Ride Lucky Millinder B: The Grape Vine: Gusto USA: GT 7" 1: Lucky Millinder And His.
  2. 9 hours ago · Lucky Millinder () and his band is another great band that I recently discovered. This recording was made on February 28, with a vocal by Joe Carroll (). Topics: Lucky Millinder, Chew Tobacco Rag, jazz, Joe Carroll.
  3. Chew Tobacco Rag: Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: ; Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; CD CHARLY Lucky Millinder:4/5(1).
  4. Aug 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra - Georgia Rose / Chew Tobacco Rag at Discogs. Complete your Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra collection.
  5. Lucky Millinder was essentially a frontman, an occasional singer who conducted several impressive big bands. Millinder grew up in Chicago, worked as a dancer, and became a bandleader in , using his original name of Lucius Venable, which he soon changed. LUCKY MILLINDER ~ CHEW TOBACCO RAG ~ WYNONIE HARRIS ~ OH BABE ~ ~ LUCKY.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Georgia Rose / Chew Tobacco Rag on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - • Format: Vinyl 7 Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra - Georgia Rose / Chew Tobacco Rag (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Chew Tobacco Rag; Georgia Rose; I'm Waiting Just For You; Bongo Boogie; The Right Kind Of Lovin' No One Else Could Be; It's Been A Long Long Time; The Grape Vine; Please Be Careful; Loaded With Love; When I Gave You My Love; Lord Knows I Tried; I'm Here Love; It's A Sad Sad Feeling; Ow!
  8. Lucky Millinder, Lucius Venable “Lucky” Millinder (August 8, – September 28, ) was an American rhythm and blues and swing bandleader. Although he could not read or write music, did not play an instrument and rarely sang, his showmanship and musical taste made his bands successful.

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