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Shelly Lee Alley And His Alley Cats - Bring It On Home To Grandma / Houston Blues FLAC album


Performer: Shelly Lee Alley And His Alley Cats
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Bring It On Home To Grandma / Houston Blues
Released: 1938
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1940 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1585 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1810 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 240
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Part Western swing, part jazz, and part good-time honky tonk, Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats were one of Texas' most popular bands at the end of the 1930s and into the 1940s. A competent singer and fiddler, Alley was also a prolific songwriter, and this 26-track compilation collects about half of the sides he cut for Vocalion Records between 1937 and 1941, including the bouncing "You've Got Me Worried Now," the loose and loping "Train Whistle Blues," the panoramic "Deep Congress Avenue," and the joyous "Alley Cat Stomp. Bring It on Home to Grandma. feat: Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats.

Bring It On Home to Grandma (Remastered). Bring It On Home to Grandma (Remastered) - Single 2006. She's So Different (Remastered). She's So Different (Remastered) - Single 2006. During the '30s and '40s, Shelly Lee Alley and his Alley Cats were one of the most prominent Western Swing bands in Texas. Born in Alleyton, Texas, ddle player Alley began his career as the leader of a San Antonio army camp orchestra during World War I. Following military service, he went on to lead several small orchestras, which played on radio stations throughout the Lone Star State.

Shelly Lee Alley & The Alley Cats. 38. 3. I'm Still In Love With You. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats. 23. 4. Let Me Bring It To Your Door. 5. Women Women Women. 15. 6. I've Got The Blues. 11. 7. The Big House Blues.

album: My Texas Sweetheart. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - Oh What a Fool I've Been. album: My Texas Sweetheart. album: Train Whistle Blues Fundamental Folk Music. Save It for Me. album: Alley Cat Stomp, 1937-1941. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - Let Me Bring It to Your Door. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - Two More Years. Shelly Lee Alley & His Jet Staff Band - Somehow. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - Little Home of Long Ago. Shelly Lee Alley & His Jet Staff Band - Cold Cold Ways. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - The Big House Blues. album: Jitterbug Jive, Hot Texas Swing, 1940 - 1941.

During the '30s and '40s, Shelly Lee Alley and his Alley Cats were one of the most prominent Western Swing bands in Texas. One of his early songs, "Travelin' Blues," became a Depression-era hit for Jimmie Rodgers; its success turned Alley more towards country and western music, and he joined a Fort Worth radio show called "The Chuck Wagon Gang. He formed the Alley Cats in 1936 and played radio stations and local dances in the Houston and Beaumont area. The Alley Cats recorded several sessions for the American Record Corporation on the Vocalion label.

Paul McCartney on his 1988 album CHOBA B CCCP which consists entirely of covers and was released originally only in Russia and then in 1991 internationally. Status Quo on their 1991 studio album Rock 'til You Drop Sister Hazel covered ‘’Bring it on Home to Me’’ on their self-titled debut album released in 1994.

Various Artists - Nite Spot Blues - Hot Western Swing from the Souhwest, 1929 - 1941, 1998. I'm Still in Love with You 02:50. Let Me Bring It to Your Door 02:50. All songs from Nite Spot Blues - Hot Western Swing from the Souhwest, 1929 - 1941. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - My Texas Sweetheart, 2014. My Texas Sweetheart 02:46. Nine or Ten Times 02:45. Let Me Bring It to Your Door 02:47. Why Should I Worry Now 02:36. Don't Leave Me with a Broken Heart 02:26. Little Home of Long Ago 02:54. How Can You Treat Me This Way 02:32. Answer to My Precious Darling 02:21. Oh What a Fool I've Been 02:32. All songs from My Texas Sweetheart. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - Women, Women, Women 02:41 Country Classics: Dirty Boogie. Shelly Lee Alley & His Alley Cats - The Big House Blues 02:56 Jitterbug Jive, Hot Texas Swing, 1940 - 1941.

Acoustic & Vocal.

Tracklist

A Bring It On Home To Grandma
B Houston Blues

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation

Credits

  • Vocals [Singing] – Shelly Lee Alley
  • Written-By – Shelly Lee Alley

Notes

Made in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): DAL 491
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): DAL 485