Title: Sweet Sue / 'Fo' Day Blues
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Sweet Sue. Montana Taylor.
Sweet Sue, Just You" is an American popular song of 1928, composed by Victor Young with lyrics by Will J. Harris. Popular versions in 1928 were by Earl Burtnett (vocal by the Biltmore Trio) and by Ben Pollack (vocal by Franklyn Baur). It has become a popular jazz standard, with versions recorded by many artists. It's also widely popular among jug bands. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (vocal by Jack Fulton), recorded on September 18, 1928. Django Reinhardt - recorded in March 1935.
Sweet Sue. Released by Document Records Oct 2005. "source":4,"source id":"31849","object type":4,"id":"31849","title":"Montana Taylor","status":0}. Released On : Oct 25, 2005.
Listen to the biggest hits from Montana Taylor, including Montana's Blues, Low Down Bugle, In The Bottom, and more on Slacker Radio. Born Arthur Taylor, but of no relation to the stylish bebop drummer of the same name, Montana Taylor picked up his nickname as a tribute to his home; and perhaps it was above all an attempt to balance out the high altitude of Montana with the low attitude of Taylor the musician. He is considered the lowest of the low in terms of barrelhouse playing, with fans of boogie-woogie sometimes claiming that nobody could play the barrelhouse style with quite the authority of this artist
Current City and Home Town.
This song is by Peg Leg Howell and appears on the split compilation album Peg Leg Howell & Eddie Anthony Vol. 1 (1926-1928) (1993) by various artists. I woke up this mornin', 'tween midnight and dayI woke up this mornin', 'tween midnight and dayI woke up this mornin', 'tween midnight and dayI felt for my rider, she done eased away. Sweet mama, sweet mama, your papa double do love youSweet mama, sweet mama, papa double do love youSays, crazy about the way sweet mama do.
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NotesRecorded April 18, 1946
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): C-16B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): C-33