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The Jimmie Rodgers Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Arranger Jimmie Rodgers
Artist Jimmie Rodgers
Publisher Peermusic
Catalog # 00690260

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

The Jimmie Rodgers Collection Arranged by Jimmie Rodgers. Performed by Jimmie Rodgers. For Guitar Folio. Published by Peermusic. (Catalog # 00690260, UPC: 073999902600)

He has been called the Father of Country Music,the Singing Brakeman, and America's Blue Yodeler. Jimmie Rodgers, one of the first recording artists to sell a million records, combined country, blues, Tin Pan Alley and jazz to create the foundation of modern popular American music. Experience and enjoy the music of this legendary songwriter/musician with this terrific collection of 26 of his best songs: Any Old Time · Blue Yodel No. 1 (T for Texas) · Blue Yodel No. 3 (Evening Sun Yodel) · Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) · The Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling the Blues Away) · Dreaming with Tears in My Eyes · Frankie and Johnny · High Powered Mama · Mississippi Moon · My Old Pal · Pistol Packin' Papa · Southern Cannonball · Yodeling Cowboy · and more. Includes a biography, a selected discography, rare photos, and analysis of his music.

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