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No More Doggin - Snooks Eaglin - Down Yonder

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  1. Nalmaran

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    - Down Yonder - No More Diggin' - Talk To Your Daughter - Going To The River - Oh Red - Yours Truly - Travelling Mood - St. Pete, Florida - A Teeny Bit Of Your Love - Mustang Sally - Let The Four Winds Blow - San Jose. reissue of Sonet SNTF "Down Yonder" Emarcy Snooks Eaglin: New Orleans Street Singer.
  2. Sagami

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    (I'm A) Country Boy Down In New Orleans Lyrics: I'm a country boy down in New Orleans / I'm a country boy down in New Orleans / Can't find nowhere to get no greasy greens / Creole girl, turn your.
  3. Yogar

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    Mar 29,  · "No More Doggin'" (J. L. Hooker) Snooks Eaglin, from Down Yonder, Sonet, (Tune in to HOTG Internet Radio) Here's Snooks doing his far more funky take on the Roscoe Gordon classic, "No More Doggin'" (with writer's credit on the record given to John Lee Hooker, who had done a cover version of the song).
  4. Kigalar

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    Check out our turntable store for a great selection of turntables, needles, accessories, and more. Editorial Reviews USA ISSUE, SONGS: 1- DOWN YONDER, 2-NO MORE DOGGIN', 3- TALK TO YOUR DAUGHTER, 4- GOING TO THE RIVER, 5- OH RED, 6- YOURS TRULY, 7-TRAVELLING MOOD, 8- ST.5/5(1).
  5. Vizilkree

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    Jul 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group No More Doggin' · Snooks Eaglin The Sonet Blues Story/Snooks Eaglin With His New Orleans Friends ℗ Universal Music AB Released on:
  6. Nikom

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    Complete song listing of Snooks Eaglin on heavymetal.cofymvoodookinosthordiri.infoinfo
  7. Samur

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    Fird Eaglin Jr., known as Snooks Eaglin, was an American guitarist and singer based in New Orleans. In his early years he was sometimes credited under other.
  8. Kigabei

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Snooks Eaglin With His New Orleans Friends on Discogs.
  9. Jutilar

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    The New Orleans guitarist and singer Snooks Eaglin displayed a breathtaking dexterity, combined with an amazing ability to remember over 2, tunes that earned him the nickname "the human jukebox".
  10. Vudobar

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    This serves as a splendid sampler of Eaglin’s music, illustrating his depth as a performer and guitarist, although his skills as a bop guitarist is only hinted at. Snooks Eaglin is an American original, but one probably has a better chance of seeing Snooks in Japan than in the US outside of New Orleans.

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