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The Wreck Of The John B - Jimmie Rodgers (2) - The Wreck Of The ; John B ; (Vinyl)

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  1. The Wreck of the John B, a song by Jimmie Rodgers on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
  2. The Wreck of the "John B" by Jimmie Rodgers [US2] was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded by Cleveland Simmons Group in It was first released by The Weavers in Jimmie Rodgers [US2] released it on the album At Home with Jimmie Rodgers - An Evening .
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Original - Jimmie F. Rodgers on AllMusic - - This collection has all the hits of this.
  4. 1) Jimmie Rodgers (James Charles Rodgers, September 8, – May 26, ) was an American country singer in the early 20th century, known most widely for his rhythmic yodeling. Among the first country music superstars and pioneers, Rodgers was also known as "The Singing Brakeman", "The Blue Yodeler", and "The Father of Country Music".
  5. The Wreck Of The John B Jimmie Rodgers. Top Jimmie Rodgers Lyrics Bimbombay Away Out On The Mountain Mule Skinner Blues Jimmie The Kid Miss The Mississippi And You Just A Closer Walk With Thee Child Of Clay The Sailor's Pleas Secretly Anniversary Blue Yodel.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Four Little Girls In Boston / The Wreck Of The "John B" on Discogs. Label: Roulette - R • Format: Vinyl 7 Jimmie Rodgers With Joe Reisman & His Orch.*4/5(3).
  7. We came on the sloop "John B" My grandfather and me 'Round Nassau town we did roam Stayed awake all night We got into a fight Well, I feel so broke up I just want to go home Hoist up the "John B" sail See how the mainsail sets Tell the .
  8. "Sloop John B" (originally published as "The John B. Sails") is a Bahamian folk song from Nassau. A transcription by Richard Le Gallienne was published in , and a version was included in Carl Sandburg's The American Songbag in Since the early s there have been many recordings of the song with variant titles including "I Want to Go Home" and "Wreck of the John B".
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