|Performer:||Oriole Dance Orchestra|
|Title:||One Alone / I've Got The San Francisco Blues|
|Category:||Jazz / Pop|
|Other format:||TTA ADX MP4 DTS RA DMF AU|
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Left My Blues in San Francisco is the debut studio album by American blues artist Buddy Guy. Future Rotary Connection producer and keyboardist Charles Stepney provided orchestration and drums on some tracks. The album is a mix of older Blues tunes and four Buddy Guy originals. Buddy Guy- lead guitar & lead vocals. Gene Barge - tenor saxophone on tracks 1, 2, 7, 9, 10 and 11, production & orchestration
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1 more album featuring this track. His band was the first to fuse hillbilly hokum, jazz, and pop together into a unique, distinctly American hybrid, thus giving him the nickname, "Father of Western Swing". The birthplace of Brown's upbeat "hot-jazz hillbilly" string band sound was developed at the Crystal Springs Dance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas from 1931 to 1936.
List of San Francisco bands, listed by their level of fame. This San Francisco musicians list includes both bands and solo artists. All famous San Francisco bands are included, as well as many San Francisco musicians of underground status. This list of San Francisco musical artists includes. This list of San Francisco musical artists includes information like what genre the artist falls under, what albums they've put out and more. Bands from every genre are listed here, including rock, pop, hip-hop/rap, jazz, and more. List includes Grateful Dead, Journey and more.
|A||–Oriole Dance Orchestra||One Alone
Written-By – Mandel*, Hammerstein 2nd*, Harbach*, Romberg*
|B||–Dixie Jazz Band||I've Got The San Francisco Blues
Written-By – Mohr*