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Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee


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  • Country
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song from
  • 1938
  • 1946
  • 1948
  • 1945
  • 1944

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Baseball’s Greatest Hits is the name of two different CD collections of songs and other recordings connected with baseball, released in the early 1990s. The eclectic collections include vintage songs such as Les Brown’s “Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio” from 1941, Teresa Brewer’s 1956 number “I Love Mickey” (with a cameo by Mickey Mantle himself), and Danny Kaye’s humorous 1962 recording about the Los Angeles Dodgers. Spoken entries include verbiage such as Russ Hodges’ call of Bobby Thomson’s pennant-winning home run in 1951, Tommy Lasorda’s rant about Dave Kingman, and the Abbott and Costello classic, “Who’s on First?“. However, due to licensing restrictions. Rhino was unable to include “Centerfield” by John Fogerty. Read on...

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More songs by Sonny Terry & Brownie Mcghee (See Charts): Hootin' The Blues, and Key To The Highway.

Popular in Blues (See Charts): The Voice, A Million Miles Away, Piece Of My Heart, Wedding Bell Blues (Will You Marry Me Bill), Innocent When You Dream, The Thrill Is Gone, Wooden Heart, Blues In The Night (My Mama Done Tol' Me), Man Of The World, and Learnin' The Blues.


Michael Funke wrote on April, 7th 2022 at 1:13am:
The Robbie-Doby Boogie is from 1948, not 1938. That is a two-base error at least.

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