Title: San Antonio Rose: The Tiffany Transcriptions
Style: Country Blues, Country, Swing, Western Swing
Format: MP3 FLAC AUD MMF WAV TTA AA MPC VOX
FLAC size: 1957 mb | MP3 size: 1813 mb | WMA size: 1462 mb
Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. After forming a new band, The Playboys, and relocating to Waco, Wills found enough popularity there to decide on a bigger market. They left Waco in January 1934 for Oklahoma City. In 1940, "New San Antonio Rose" sold a million records and became the signature song of The Texas Playboys Film career. Wills and His Texas Playboys began their first cross-country tour in November 1944, and appeared at the Grand Ole Opry on December 30, 1944. According to Opry policy, drums and horns were considered pop instruments, inappropriate to country music. The Opry had two western swing bands on its roster, led by Pee Wee King and Paul Howard.
Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys New Spanish Two Step. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys Sugar Baby. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys Doin' The Bunny Hop. 02:57. Bob Wills San Antonio Rose.
3-1. Basin Street Blues. 3-2. I'm A Ding Dong Daddy. Compilation of The Tiffany Transcriptions Vol. 1-9 and the McKinney Sisters release (The Tiffany Transcriptions - For Collectors Only: The McKinney Sisters).
Album · 1993 · 16 Songs. Lum & Abner Special (San Antonio Rose). The Tiffany Transcriptions, Vol. 10: The McKinney Sisters. 2: Best of the Tiffanys. 3: Basin Street Blues. 5: It's Fun Dancing. 6: Sally Goodin'. See All. Cowboys, Guitars, and a Lil Bit of Swing.
Of course, the best part about The Tiffany Transcriptions is the stuff that one doesn't normally get to hear, and some may feel that condensing only the most famous hits onto a collection is missing the point. However, for people looking to get a taste of The Tiffany Transcriptions, this set is very much worth the low price. Time Changes Everything. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. 3. Steel Guitar Rag. Leon McAuliffe. 4. Take Me Back to Tulsa. Tommy Duncan, Bob Wills. 6. My Window Faces the South.
Many consider the Tiffany Transcriptions the finest recordings made by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. They nearly define western swing, which hit its popular peak in the mid twentieth century, and exude an addictive spontaneity that hasn't lost its appeal for over half a century. The group's immense popularity likely derived from its inventive amalgam of country, blues, jazz, swing and even some shades of primordial rock. A closing version of The Playboy's theme bookends the album and attains adequate parallelism. Though this fourth volume contains numerous high points and amazing tracks, it doesn't quite have the power and pull of the three preceding volumes.
|A1||San Antonio Rose||3:20|
|A2||Steel Guitar Rag||3:23|
|A3||Along The Navajo Trail||3:03|
|A6||Lonesome Hearted Blues|
|A8||In The Mood||3:13|
|B2||Ding Dong Daddy||3:08|
|B3||Basin Street Blues||3:36|
|B4||El Rancho Grande||4:02|
|B5||There's Gonna Be A Party||2:20|
|B6||My Window Faces South||2:02|
|B7||You're From Texas||2:20|
|B8||Take Me Back To Tulsa||2:07|
NotesRecorded 1945-1948, San Francisco.
A reissue of 16 of the 20 tracks originally released on The Tiffany Transcriptions 1945 - 1948 On the West Coast