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September 24, 2014



Honey It Must Be Love

Honey It Must Be Love Mp3 Song, Download Honey It Must Be Love, Honey It Must Be Love Mp3 DownloadThe best cassette "Jack Whites Sucarnochee Revue", was released in 2014 with a Best Blues music track "Honey It Must Be Love" .Leading singer roled in fields, played role as .The song was composed by 5th Alabama Regiment Infantry Band while it was nicely sung by Alabama Gravy Soppers.It swiftly drifted up on youtube in 1925, and is watched by 29.35 thousand lovers. welcomedmuch more accolades for better presentation of a Blues song. played role as a song writer.This song was broadcasted before, continuing to blast by English youth.It is Alabama Gravy Soppers`s 0th track, Out of 2 all .Silverwolf, recorded this music track after launching "Travelling This Highway Home" music track performed by Sullivan Family.Judgement of profit recieved to Silverwolf by track is $2060.Track is accessible on itunes library for just $0.99 or whole list just for $9.99.

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Song Name Honey It Must Be Love
AlbumJack Whites Sucarnochee Revue.
Composer5th Alabama Regiment Infantry Band.
SingerAlabama Gravy Soppers.
Duration 03:14
Record on September 24, 2014
Album Price $9.99
Song Price $0.99
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An extraordinary 12-string guitarist and robust singer, Willie McTell's career began in Statesboro, Georgia, where the blind-from-birth musician performed on corners for spare change. While he immortalized that town in the much-covered "Statesboro Blues," it was McTell's move to Atlanta in 1927 that led to his first studio dates--and a recording career that lasted, on and off, until his death in the late '50s. This two-CD collection features tracks from 1929 to 1933 when McTell, already under contract to Victor Records, began recording for Columbia and Vocalion under a variety of aliases such as Blind Sammie and Georgia Bill. McTell was equally adept at blues ("Talking to Myself," "Broke Down Engine Blues"), ballads ("Lord Send Me an Angel"), and rags ("Georgia Rag"), and his work is a delightful primer of 1920s Southeastern street music. --Billy Altman

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