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St. James Infirmary - Various - Lost Train Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Yoshakar says:
    Jun 03,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jonah Jones - St James infirmary blues (p) HQ Audio YouTube Jonah Jones "Mack The Knife" - Duration: cooltunes74 10, views.
  2. Faern says:
    St. James Infirmary Blues. by (traditional) • Lesson # Full Song Lesson; s; Blues; Key of Am; Am E Am Am I went down to the St. James Infirmary Am F E E7 I saw my baby there Am E Am Am She was laid out on a cold white table F E Am Am So cold, so white, so fair Am E Am Am Let her go, let her go, god bless her Am F E E7.
  3. Teran says:
    Learn a custom arrangement of St. James Infirmary Blues in this guitar lesson from Six String Country.
  4. Akinotaur says:
    MGA - where guitarists learn, improve, excel and have fun with lessons by Robert Renman. Styles include blues, funk, rock, country, licks, theory, technique and more.
  5. Douzshura says:
    If you want to explore the dark side of Blues, this tune is for you. In this course, we cover an arrangement of St. James Infirmary in D minor that pays tribute to the iconic melody while embellishing the composition with 2 tasty solos. Get to know minor blues and add this timeless, traditional Blues .
  6. Zugore says:
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  7. Kagakora 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. I went down to St. James Infirmary To see my baby there She was lyin' on a long white table So sweet, so cool, so fair Went up to see the doctor "She's very low," he said Went back to see my.
  8. Meztizragore says:
    St. James Infirmary Blues by Louis Armstrong () Jazz / Blues. St. James Infirmary by Cab Calloway () Rock / Pop. St. James Infirmary by Eric Burdon and The Animals () Rock / Pop. It Ain't Necessarily the Saint James Infirmary by Frank Zappa () Jazz / Blues.
  9. Dojinn says:
    “St. James Infirmary Blues”, is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. Louis Armstrong made the song famous in his influential recording. The story of the song seems to describe the.

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