Sunday, August 10, 2008

Hokum Scorchers Play a Tampa Red Song

Tampa Red

From the Hokum Scorchers' "Feed the Kitty" album comes a wonderful song- originally done by Hudson Woodbridge (a.k.a. Tampa Red 1936)- called "When You Were a Girl of Seven". This version was recorded in 1992. Lou Reimuller plays the National guitar, sings and plays kazoo. Amy Crehore is on a vintage tenor banjo. Scroll down for the music player on this link:
Hokum Scorchers
This song changes every Sunday night, so it will be different by the time you read this post.

1 comment:

Roque Soto said...

Tampa Red is a very guitarist.
Call the CD: Bootleneck Guitar 1928-1937 (Yazzoo) and It´s Tight Like That 1928-1942 (Story Blues).

Greetings from Galicia (Spain)