9 thoughts on “ Jailhouse 4.00 A.M. - The Verlaines - Youre Just Too Obscure For Me. (CD) ”

  1. Apr 07,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Wizzard Brew - Meet Me At The Jailhouse YouTube Meet Me at the Jailhouse ( Remaster) - Duration: Wizzard - Topic 2, views.
  2. He's in the jailhouse now he's in the jailhouse now I told him once or twice stop playin' cards and shootin' dice He's in the jailhouse now Yodel I went out last Tuesday I met a girl named Susie I said I was the swellest guy around We started to spend my money And she started to call me honey We took in every cabaret in town We're in the.
  3. “Jail for thee, but not for me”, pervades not just drug usage, but killing, kidnapping, torture, rape, and yes, even money. I can’t help but think that the moral outrage and emotional disgust that is levied at the drug war, often stops short of the more significant atrocities in life, because the motivation of .
  4. Mike will show you the 2 guitar layers in this song. Guitar 1 is a clean electric guitar that gives the tune its bounce. Guitar 2 is an acoustic guitar with a capo on the 1st fret that strums to establish the groove.
  5. "In the Jailhouse Now" is an American novelty blues song originally found in vaudeville performances from the early 20th century, usually credited to Jimmie Rodgers. The song's first two verses trace the exploits of Ramblin’ Bob, who cheats at cards and gets caught, while the final verse tells about taking a girl named Susie out on the town.
  6. "In the Jailhouse Now" is a novelty blues song originally found in Vaudeville performances from the early twentieth century, usually credited to Jimmie usimnarerosscougimiswhitthagebdust.infoinfo song’s three verses trace the exploits of Ramblin’ Bob, who cheats at cards and gets caught, while the final verse tells about taking a girl named Susie out on the town and winding up in jail together.
  7. He's in the jailhouse now He's in the jailhouse now I told him once or twice To quit playin' cards and shootin' dice He's in the jailhouse now Well I went out last Tuesday Met a girl named Susie I told her I was the swellest man around Well she started in to spend my money She started in to call me honey We took in every honky tonk in town We.
  8. The Verlaines career retrospective You're Just Too Obscure For Me was first released in , years after the Dunedin band formed. Complete with their signature songs such as 'Death and the Maiden' and Doomsday, the nineteen songs cover six albums, one EP, two singles and their quarter on the vinyl classic Dunedin Double EP.
  9. Jailhouse A.M. Mixed By – Graeme Downes, Nick Roughan: Death & The Maiden Drums – Allan Haig* Engineer – Bill Lattimer: C.D., Jimmy Jazz & Me Strings – Gwen Skinner, Gwyn Carter, Maryanne Sewell Trombone – Merv Thomas Trumpet – George Chisolm* Anniversary Xylophone – Graeme Downes: Slow Sad Love Song Oboe /5(9).

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