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  1. Gukasa

    Buster Brown: Get Down With Buster Brown – King Of The Blues Vol 2 (LP, Vinyl record album) - A collection of early work from Buster Brown – with titles that "Madison Shuffle", & -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  2. Kazralar

    Jul 27,  · Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.
  3. Malak

    Jul 10,  · The Best of Buster Brown Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Fire Records); EMI Music Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., SOLAR Music Rights Management, and 2 .
  4. Dodal

    Buster Brown Fannie Mae. Buster Brown. Fannie Mae. One of America’s earliest cartoon strips (originating in ), Buster Brown was a nationally known name before the Brown Show Company introduced its Buster Brown line for kids in The shoes are still around, but the cartoon strip is long gone, as is this Buster Brown.
  5. Garisar

    Daniel Brown hailed from Los Angeles (where he recorded a first single as a drummer!), resurfacing in New York as a very good harp player under the name of B. Brown, certainly to cash on the success of the much well known Buster Brown who enjoyed at that time a massive hit with his classic Fanny Mae. B. Brown waxed a handful of excellent 45's.
  6. Galmaran

    Aug 11,  · If blues musicians took up residency in Vegas during the late '50s, it might come out sounding like this. Brown's gleeful run through myriad blues related styles (gospel, R&B, doo wop, New Orleans, early rock & roll) casts a vaudevillian sheen over many of the 16 tracks here, placing the performance squarely in the realm of Louis Jordan's own showy style.
  7. Aragami

    The Very Best of Buster Brown features 22 original classics by Brown, the blues harpist/singer who hit the number one RB spot with Fannie Mae (number 38 pop). Brown was the archetypal RB singer who came on the scene five years too late. When he scored his big hit, popular music was switching to.
  8. Karn

    Buster Brown ‎– New King Of The Blues. Label: Fire Records (2) ‎– FLP
  9. Shaktilrajas

    Brown died in New York City in , at the age of It is often erroneously cited that Brown's real name was "Wayman Glasco" – however, that was Brown's manager who, after his death, bought all of Brown's publishing – thus unintentionally creating the confusion. Though likely a nickname, or alias, Buster Brown may have been his birth name.

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