9 thoughts on “ St. Louis Blues (Part 2) - Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - The Tiffany Transcriptions ”
Start studying Rock & Roll unit 1 and 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys played. country swing, a style of music popular in the American southwest. classic blues, a popular style of blues that followed a 12 bar form and was accompanied by.
The progression of the band and Wills' musical restlessness grow right until the end of these recordings, when the Texas Playboys left Columbia. In fact, because of the origin, performances and period of the material, and amazing sound quality, this is the only Wills set worth owning.
Jul 13, · In particular, I think the versions of "In the Mood," "Texas Playboy Rag," and "St. Louis Blues" give the casual Western Swing listener a good idea of the origins of the syle. For the newbie, try Vol 2 of the Tiffany Transcriptions/5(2).
First of all, they were never called the Tiffany Transcriptions. They were called the Bob Wills Transcriptions (or Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys Transcriptions as on the actual transcriptions labels.) Recorded in 19they were produced by Tiffany Music Incorporated located in the Fox Oakland Building in Oakland, California.