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8 Replies to “ St. James Infirmary Blues ”

  1. Mushicage says:
    “St. James Infirmary Blues”, is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. Louis Armstrong made the song famous in his influential recording. Cab Calloway performs this version in the
  2. Zulkijora says:
    Jazz and Blues fans alike will be familiar with the title "St. James Infirmary Blues." However, this is just one variant of an old song whose history traverses continents and cultures. Tracing the evolution of the tune and lyrics of this standard provides a valuable window into the folk process at work.
  3. Tulkis says:
    Apr 12,  · St James Infirmary.
  4. Shakarisar says:
    St. James Infirmary Blues Chords by Arlo Guthrie. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.
  5. Gur says:
    About “St. James Infirmary Blues” “St. James Infirmary” is a traditional American folk song of uncertain origin. It has been attributed by some as the work of Irving Mills, who used the.
  6. Shasar says:
    St. James Infirmary Blues This song is a Traditional. This is a traditional song and therefore has no particular artist associated with it. It is believed to have originated in United States‎.
  7. Muzil says:
    About “St. James Infirmary” The song is based on the 19th century English folk song, “The Unfortunate Rake”. This version appeared first in New Orleans and Lewis Armstrong was the first to record.
  8. Bagor says:
    St. James Infirmary Blues. Am. Capo 2 Intro: Instrumental Verse Am E7 Am It was down at old Joe's bar room Am Fmaj7 C E7 At the corner by the square Am E7 Am Am/G They were serving drinks as usual Fmaj7 E7 Am And the usual crowd was there Am E7 .

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