Chanteur Country US né William Edward Grishaw, le 23 juin 1915 à Lynchburg (Virginie). Zeb Turner est décédé le 10 janvier 1978.

Talents : Singer, Guitar, Disc-Jockey

Style musical : Honky Tonk, Boogie Woogie, Traditional Country

CHEW TOBACCO RAG

I GOT A LOT OF TIME FOR A LOT OF THINGS

NO MORE NOTHIN'

Années en activité :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t. & Singles

1949 78 t. BULLET 630 (US) I’ll Drift Along / When Love Is Gone
1949 78 t. KING 790 (US) A Drunkard's Confession / Tennessee Boogie
1949 78 t. KING 818 (US) How Can I / You're Gonna Be Lonesome, Downhearted And Blue
1950 78 t. KING 845 (US) All Dressed Up / Why Don't You Haul Off And Get Religion
1950 78 t. KING 861 (US) Huckleberry Boogie / Never Been So Lonesome
1950 78 t. KING 900 (US) Outside Your Picture / Boogie Woogie
1951 78 t. KING 950 (US) Chew Tobacco Rag / No More Nothin'
1951 78 t. KING 960 (US) I Got A Lot Of Time For A Lot Of Things / Back, Back, Back To Baltimore
11/1951 SP KING 45-1001 (US) I Got Loaded / Crazy Heart
02/1953 SP KING 45-1176 (US) Jersey Rock / I'm In Love With Someone (Who Can't Belong To Me)

Albums

1959 LP 12" AUDIO LAB AL-1537 (US) COUNTRY MUSIC IN A TURNER STYLE - Chew Tobacco Rag / I'm In Love With Someone Else / Huckleberry Boogie / You're Gonna Be Lonesome Downhearted And Blue / Tennessee Boogie / A Drunkard's Confession / Back Back Back To Baltimore / I'm Glad That It's Over / Travelin' Boogie / Beside Your Picture Frame / Boogie Woogie Lou / How Can I
1985 LP 12" BEAR FAMILY 15166 (DE) JERSEY ROCK - Jersey Rock / Travellin' Boogie / You're My Cutie Pie / Gone Gone Gone / Back, Back, Back To Baltimore / Tennessee Boogie / Chew Tobacco Rag / Huckleberry Boogie / Boogie Woogie Lou / Dolly Dimple Dance / I Got A Load / Crazy Heart / No More Nothing (But Gettin' You Off My Mind) / I'm Tying Up The Blues (With A Big Blue Ribbion) / I Got A Lot Of Things For A Lot Of / Hard Hearted You And Chicken Hearted Me / You're Gonna Be Lonesome Someday / All Dressed Up / Never Been So Lonesome / I Could Lose These Blues (If You'd Bring My Baby Back)
03/2000 CD WESTSIDE 841 (UK) TENNESSEE BOOGIE & JERSEY ROCK - Tennessee Boogie / A Drunkard's Confession / How Can I? / Huckleberry Boogie / Never Been So Lonesome / Why Don't You Haul Off And Get Religion / Dolly Dimple Dance / Boogie Woogie Lou / I Could Lose These Blues (If You'd Bring My Baby Back) / You're Gonna Be Lonesome, Downhearted And Blue / Rag Man Boogie / Hard-Hearted You And Chicken-Hearted Me / I'm Tying Up The Blues (With A Big Blue Ribbon) / Chew Tobacco Rag / No More Nothin' (But Gettin' You Off My Mind) / I Get A Lot Of Time For A Lot Of Things / Back, Back, Back To Baltimore / I Got Loaded / Traveling Boogie / Oh She's Gone, Gone, Gone / Crazy Heart / You're My Cutie Pie / I'm In Love With Someone (Who Can't Belong To Me) / Jersey Rock

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