The Sunflowers / St James Infirmary - Untitled FLAC album
James Infirmary Blues was performed by Brian Reitzell & Mark Lanegan for the soundtrack to Brian Fuller & Michael Green's American Gods (2017).
The Boy Who Crossed The Street. It comes in a fold-over paper picture sleeve. Copies could be obtained by contacting Woosh directly. The flexi was also included with the fanzine's 'Two Pint Take Home - N. ' and 'Waterbomb! - 4' (this fanzine came with a small 6" x 4" supplement called 'Where's The Playground Susie?'). These fanzine's aren't directly connected to Woosh but the label provided them with the flexi.
A1 –St James Infirmary The Boy Who Crossed The Street 2:33. A2 –The Sunflowers Bubble Bus. 2:58.
James Infirmary Blues is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. The melody is 8 bars long, unlike songs in the classic blues genre, where there are 12 bars. It is in a minor key, and has a 4/4 time signature, but has also been played in 3/4.
James Infirmary is a partially live album by American folk and blues singer Dave Van Ronk, released in 1983. It was re-released on CD in 1996 as Statesboro Blues by EPM Musique. The first seven tracks were recorded live. Intro" (Van Ronk) – :30. "Green Green Rocky Road" (Robert Kaufman) – 3:25. Jesus Met the Woman at the Well" (Reverend Gary Davis) – 6:30. Somebody Else But Me" ( Van Ronk) – 3:40. Come Back Baby (Let's Talk It over One More Time)" (Walter Davis) – 3:20.
James Infirmary Blues. For the Dave Van Ronk album, see St. James Infirmary (Dave Van Ronk album). St. James Infirmary" is often said to be based on an 18th-century traditional English folk song called "The Unfortunate Rake" (also known as "The Unfortunate Lad" or "The Young Man Cut Down in His Prime"), about a soldier who uses his money on prostitutes, and then dies of a venereal disease. But the familiar recorded versions (such as Armstrong's) bear little relation to the older traditional song In 1961, Bobby "Blue" Bland released a version of "Saint James Infirmary" on the flip side of his No. 2 R&B hit "Don't Cry No More" (Duke 340) and included it in his album Two Steps From The Blues.
James Infirmary (album). James Infirmary may refer to: "St. James Infirmary Blues", an American folk song. James Infirmary Clinic, a medical and social service organization in San Francisco. James Infirmary (album), a 1982 album by Dave Van Ronk. James Infirmary Blues.
Folks, I'm goin' down to St. James Infirmary See my baby there; She's stretched out on a long, white table She's so sweet, so cold, so fair.
Rock n’ Roll dive bar, with sixties swagger.
Saint James Infirmary" is based on an old English tune, "The Unfortunate Rake," that made its way over to America and was reborn. But I'm gonna come clean and say I've loved and been playing 'Saint James Infirmary' long before I knew anything of its origins
|A1||–St James Infirmary||The Boy Who Crossed The Street||2:33|
|A2||–The Sunflowers||Bubble Bus||2:58|
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NotesIt comes in a fold-over paper picture sleeve.
Copies could be obtained by contacting Woosh directly. The flexi was also included with the fanzine's 'Two Pint Take Home - No.4' and 'Waterbomb! - 4' (this fanzine came with a small 6" x 4" supplement called 'Where's The Playground Susie?'). These fanzine's aren't directly connected to Woosh but the label provided them with the flexi.