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One for my new blues collection, from the 1920s and penned by Georgia Pine Boy....
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LOOK WHO’S COMIN’ DOWN THE ROAD.

Lookin over yonder..... comin down the road
Walks like my baby but she.... walks too slow
Cryin, over yonder....who comin down that road?
Lord it walk like my baby ....but she walk too slow.

Nooow....'cos my baby left me... goin to bed
That dang white lightenin is gone ....to my head
I...look over yonder ....who comin down that road?
Lord it walk like my baby, but she walk too slow.

Well they call the law an he brought his old, ball an chain
Swore to him that I never.... harmed a man
I Look over yonder....who comin down that road?
Lord it walk like my baby, but she walk too slow.


Ahh one of these old mornins I'm gonna....jump an shout
Sure my lovin girl's gonna be.... walkin out....cryin....
Look over yonder....who comin down that road?
It walk like my baby, but she walk too slow.

Get myself something so I....I wont get mad
Give me little sip baby like I aint never had
Look over yonder....who comin down that road?
Lord it walk like my baby, but she walk too slow.

Now she told me that my daddy fell down and he cried
Sunday he got drunk lay ....down an died
I want to...look over yonder, who comin down that road?
Lord look it walk my baby, but she walk too slow.
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Uploaded: Feb 01, 2011 - 01:22:05 PM
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2011 - 01:22:05 PM Last Played: May 10, 2017 - 01:52:48 AM
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jdholliday said 2486 days ago (February 1st, 2011)
good stuff!
this rocks! Thanks! Whose playing what here? Well done!
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Dennis James said 2486 days ago (February 1st, 2011)
TY...
.....Thanks JD, as usual I am doing the lot myself, but trying to get it sound a bit "live"...
Check out my latest song called All Dried Out.
mrattue said 2486 days ago (February 1st, 2011)
Blue Boogie
Upbeat foot-tapper that recalls many a fine old stomping live number from any number of old stalwarts like Rory Gallagher for instance (a favourite of mine).

Nicely put together and well performed.

Enjoyed.

Thanks.


Marc
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Feter said 2486 days ago (February 1st, 2011)
Look Who's Comin' Down The Road
Superb ...I just cant get my hand on how you do this killer tone on the guitar ..Man this rocks so good ...great song my friend !!
Check out my latest song called Roll with it
barbed666 said 2486 days ago (February 2nd, 2011)
Look who's commin' down the road
Another great song Dennis..

ted23 said 2485 days ago (February 2nd, 2011)
Great
Energy in the performances. Even a statue would have to move a limb to this tune.
Nice work
jiguma said 2478 days ago (February 9th, 2011)
Happy 2011 Dennis!
This is really well done - solid vocals, tight rhythm section and some great playing on the guitar. A great listen.
Cheers from Oz,
Neil
Check out my latest song called We End Up Being All The Same (42)
Philip18 said 2173 days ago (December 12th, 2011)
Look
Great little rocker! Love that guitar tone, and the lines it's playing. Solid beat drives it along. My foot's tapping!
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Name: Dennis James
Location: Pittsburgh PA USA
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45 odd years working in Australia in a myriad of R&R and country-based bands. Now working out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. See my interview in the MacJams Music Blog: Dennis James - Down Under in Pittsburgh... [see more]

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The blues is a vocal and instrumental form of music based on a pentatonic scale and a characteristic twelve-bar chord progression. The form evolved in the United States in the communities of former African slaves from spirituals, praise songs, field

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