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    Vugami

    6 years ago

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    Nov 15,  · In December, Jack And Jill Boogie made it to # 13 b/w Lonesome Wind Blues on King By the time his third (and last) national hit came in September the charts had been renamed Most Played Juke Box (Country & Western) Records, and Wayne saved the best for last/5(7).
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    Vukus

    6 years ago

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Real Hot Boogie - Wayne Raney on AllMusic6/
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    Samuzil

    6 years ago

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    Listen to Jack And Jill Boogie by Wayne Raney, Shazams, featuring on Country Hits: Apple Music playlist.
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    Tagul

    6 years ago

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    Raney was born on a farm with a foot deformity and could not do heavy labor. After learning to play harmonica at an early age, he moved to Piedras Negras, Mexico at age 13, where he played on radio station XEPN.
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    Araramar

    6 years ago

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    Recorded to at King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio A6 originally unissued A2, A3, A6, A7, B4 electric guitar prob. Roy Lanham A2, A3 drums prob. Henry Glover A4, B8 electric guitar prob. Al Myers Licensed from Gusto Records, USA.
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    Daijora

    6 years ago

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    Dec 29,  · Wayne Raney, born August 17, in Wolf Bayou, Arkansas, was an American country singer and harmonica player. Raney was born on a farm, the youngest of five children of William Franklin (Frank) Raney and Bonnie Davis Raney. Born with a .
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    Nilar

    6 years ago

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    Wayne Raney's considerable legacy hadn't been well served by the CD era at the time of this cirdalidecribi.ratttaderppargemebarblarilquirecjee.co track anthology is a good if imperfect start to correcting that imbalance. It's imperfect because it doesn't by any means have every significant King side waxed by this important country-boogie singer and harmonica player.
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    Dutaur

    6 years ago

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    An innovating artist in country music, he can be fully considered as a forerunner of rockabilly and rock and roll with titles like "Jack and Jill Boogie", "Lost John Boogie", "Del Rio Boogie", "Red Ball to Natchez" or "Real Hot Boogie". (1) Homeless person traveling hidden on freight trains.
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    Kazrak

    6 years ago

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    Wayne Raney Real Good Feelin' red vinyl 45 on King mp3 Favourite Auctions Wayne Raney: Real Hot Boogie: Zafiro: LP, Compilation,, Spain: Wayne Raney: Jack And Jill Boogie / Lonesome Wind Blues: King Records (3) 10", 78 RPM,, US: Wayne Raney.