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Well I Had My Fun - Snooks Eaglin - Portraits In Blues Vol 1 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. That's All Right, an Album by Blind Snooks Eaglin. Released in on Bluesville (catalog no. BVLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Acoustic Blues, New Orleans Blues. Featured peformers: Snooks Eaglin (guitar, aka_text {12 string guitar} role_id aka_text, vocals), Kenneth S. Goldstein (producer), Harry Oster (recording engineer, liner notes, photography), Don Schlitten (design).
  2. SNOOKS EAGLIN. PORTRAITS IN BLUES VOL. 1 (Country Boy / Fly Right Back Baby / Well I Had My Fun / Bottle It Up And Go / Mama Don't You Tear My Clothes / I Don't Know / Mean Old World / Alberta / That's Allright / Malaguena / When They Ring Them Golden Bells / Went Out Walkin' / Remember Me) BARBER & BILK. AGAIN.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Legacy of the Blues, Vol. 2 - Snooks Eaglin on AllMusic - ?
  4. The first was a solo undertaking, Snooks Eaglin: New Orleans Street Singer, which, since he had no label as yet, he leased to Moe Asch’s Folkways (FA ). This vinyl album, long out of print, was reissued in the CD format in by Smithsonian Folkways (SFW-CD).
  5. Snooks Eaglin had a reputation as a "Human Jukebox" such was his vast knowledge of songs and in his early teens he performed in a group with Allen Toussaint. Discovered in his early 20s as a street busker in New Orleans, Eaglin went on to have a small but interesting career recording his first tracks with Louisiana's folklorist, Dr. Harry Oster/5(28).
  6. * Snooks Eaglin, voc, g; Lucius Bridges, wb Lucius Bridges, voc, wb; Snooks Eaglin, g # re-released on Storyville STCD "New Orleans Street Singer" notes by Harry Oster Storyville SLP Snooks Eaglin discography: Snooks Eaglin: Portraits In Blues Vol. 1 - Country Boy - Fly Right Back Baby # - Well I Had My Fun - Bottle It.

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