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The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle / So Long
The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle / So Long
Performer: The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie Davis
Title: Let Me Play With Your Poodle / So Long
Label: Savoy Records
Country: US
Released: 1946
Style: Rhythm & Blues
Cat: 5525
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2203 mb | MP3 size: 2343 mb | WMA size: 1217 mb
Genre: Blues
Tracklist

1The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie DavisLet Me Play With Your Poodle
Written-By – Lester Melrose
2Bonnie Davis With The Piccadilly PipersSo Long
Written By – Parris-Morgan-MelshireWritten-By – Melshire, Parris, Morgan

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Let Me Play With Your Poodle - Bonnie Davis & The Piccadilly Players. Savoy Records 1946 Bonnie singing, Clem Moorman Piano, Shelly Manne Drums 1 Davis and the Piccadilly Pipers 1946. Hank Penny 1947. Lightnin' Hopkins 1947. Luke Long Gone Miles with George Harmonica Smith 1962. Piano Red 1977, on an album of the same name. CeDell Davis 1982, on the compilation album Living Country Blues USA Vol. 5 - Mississippi Delta Blues. Dana Gillespie 1982, on the album Blue Job. Marcia Ball 1997, on her album Let Me Play With Your Poodle. CeDell Davis 2004, on the compilation album Keep it to Yourself - Arkansas Blues Volume 1: Solo Performances. Duke Robillard Band 2011. The Piccadilly Pipers with Bonnie Davis released it on the single Let Me Play with Your Poodle in 1946. It was covered by Marcia Ball, The Duke Robillard Band, Dana Gillespie, James Cotton with Joe Louis Walker and Charlie Haden and other artists. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Bonnie Davis and the Piccadilly Pipers 1946. Lightnin' Hopkins: His Life and Blues, Alan Govenar, Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2010, p. 36-7, ISBN 978-1556529627. Billboard, March 27, 1943, Harlem Hit Parade, p. An Anthology CD3. Let Me Play With Your Poodle. CeDell Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle. On this page you can download song CeDell Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle in mp3 and listen online. Blues Country Rock. CeDell Davis. Living Country Blues. Meanwhile, the playfulness of the title cut and The Right Tool for the Job allow her to have fun and let the band air it out. Then there is the perfect song to end the disc and an absolute tour de force, Randy Newman's Louisiana 1927. Ball has again assembled another top-notch cast of characters who more than hold up their end of the bargain. Long, tall Marcia Ball kicks off her new album with the title track, Let Me Play with Your Poodle, a rollicking, double-entendre blues number originated by Tampa Red. In Ball's version, she reinforces the salacious lyrics with a punchy horn section, her own second-line New Orleans piano solo and her own giddy vocal. And Ball doesn't need to dip into blues history for a bawdy song she proves she can write her own on The Right Tool for the Job. The album is dominated by the sights and sounds of Ball's native Louisiana, from the culinary delights of Clarence Garlow's Crawfishin' to the ironic history of Randy Newman's Louisiana 1927. Let Me Play With Your Poodle The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle, So Long Shellac, 10. Savoy Records. Bonnie Davis With The Piccadilly Pipers. So Long. Written By Parris-Morgan-MelshireWritten-By Melshire , Parris , Morgan. Download The Piccadilly Pipers With Bonnie Davis - Let Me Play With Your Poodle, So Long. Related mp3, flac, ape albums