6 thoughts on “ Oh Dem Golden Slippers - Knuckle Fingers Joe - Bar Room Piano

  1. Oh, Dem Golden Slippers. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Mademoiselle from Armentieres, "Hinky Dinky Parley Voo" (as from a player piano). From my listening I suspected automatic performance on some pieces which seemed beyond the capabilities of 10 fingers, but the scanty information in the insert sheds no light on this /5(16).
  2. Category: Americana Collection [Rose symbol If we can't be the same old sweethearts, we'll just be the same old friends [Rose symbol I'll see you in C-U-B-A [Rose symbol Wake up, America [Rose symbol Over there [Rose symbol Honolulu America loves you; We've got to hand it to you [Unidentified African-Americans won't you be mine: 12th Regiment God is with the right.
  3. “Oh dem Golden Slippers” was written by Afro-American songwriter and banjoist James Bland and was first published in year of His most famous song was “Carry me back to ole Virginny”, but that was untill Vernon Dalhart made a hit of his Slipper’s song in the ’s.
  4. Oh Dem Golden Slippers: B5: Hear Dem Bells: Credits Piano – Knuckle Fingers Joe; Notes Catalog no's: Front cover CS Labels CS Printed in U.S.A. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): CS Knuckle Fingers Joe: Bar Room Piano 5/5(1).
  5. NOTE: This listing is created for research and educational purposes only. I only own a small proportion of the phonograph records listed, and those I own are NOT FOR SALE.
  6. It is, in fact, somewhat disconcerting to hear "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" as first published, with its mocking piano part and its silly verse proclaiming it a parody, since it has been taken seriously for so long. James A. Bland () published most of .

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