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Lone Cat Jesse Fuller - San Francisco Bay Blues (1968) Jesse Fuller (March 12, 1896 - January 29, 1976) was an American one-man band musician, best known.
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Left My Blues in San Francisco is the debut studio album by American blues artist Buddy Guy. Future Rotary Connection producer and keyboardist Charles Stepney provided orchestration and drums on some tracks. The album is a mix of older Blues tunes and four Buddy Guy originals. Buddy Guy- lead guitar & lead vocals. Gene Barge - tenor saxophone on tracks 1, 2, 7, 9, 10 and 11, production & orchestration
By the time San Francisco Bay Blues was released in 1963, the title track had long been established as a classic and Jesse Fuller's career had been revived. Nevertheless, the album may be his finest, containing wonderful versions of "San Francisco Bay Blues," "Jesse's New Midnight Special," "John Henry," "I Got a Mind to Ramble" and "Crazy About a Woman," that find Fuller at his easygoing best.
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Recorded at Good Time Jazz, Los Angeles; 1963. Remastered 1991 (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley).
Skip to YouTube video. San Francisco Bay Blues. Jesse Fuller (March 12, 1896 – January 29, 1976) was an American blues, "one-man band", musician, best known for his song "San Francisco Bay Blues". Fuller was born in Jonesboro, Georgia, near Atlanta. He was sent by his mother to live with foster parents when he was a young child, in a rural setting where he was badly mistreated. Growing up, he worked a multitude of jobs: grazing cows for ten cents a day, working in a barrel factory, a broom factory, a rock quarry, on a railroad and a streetcar company, shining shoes, and even peddling hand-carved wooden snakes.
I got those blues where my baby Left me down by the Frisco Bay, yea-yea An ocean liner came and took her away, yea-yea I didn't mean to treat her bad She was the best friend I ever had She said goodbye, she made me cry She made me wanna lay down my head and die. I ain't got a nickel and I ain't got a lousy dime She don't come back I think I'm gonna lose my mind If she ever comes back to stay It's gonna be another brand new day Walkin' with my baby by the San Francisco Bay, hey hey hey Walkin' with my baby by the San Francisco Ba. I ain't got a nickel and I ain't got a lousy dime You know, she don't come back I think I'm gonna lose my mind Oh, if she ever comes back to stay It's gonna be another brand new day Walkin' with my baby by the San Francisco Bay, hey hey hey Walkin' with my baby down beside. the San Francisco Ba. .
San Francisco Bay Blues. Released by Rhythm & Blues Records Oct 2009. Listen to Jesse Fuller San Francisco Bay Blues MP3 song. San Francisco Bay Blues song from the album Beatles Beginnings - Quarrymen One: Skiffle - Country - Western is released on Oct 2009. The duration of song is 02:19. This song is sung by Jesse Fuller. Disc: 1. 1. 2. Jesse's New Midnight Special. 4. Little Black Train. Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase.
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|PR 101||The Nomads||San Francisco Bay Blues / Oh Jennie (7")||Pharos||PR 101||US||1964|
|PR 101||The Nomads||San Francisco Bay Blues / Oh Jennie (Acetate, 10", Single)||Pharos||PR 101||US||1964|