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Golden Slippers - John Cali - The Banjo Minstrel Man (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vishicage says:
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  2. Vorg says:
    Oh, dem golden slippers Oh, dem golden slippers Golden slippers I'se goin' to wear Because they look so neat. Oh, dem golden slippers Oh, dem golden slippers Golden slippers I'se goin' to wear To walk the golden street. Oh, my old banjo hangs on the wall 'Cause it ain't been tuned since way last fall But the darks all say we'll have a good time.
  3. Megal says:
    "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers", aka "Golden Slippers" was penned in by James A. Bland, one of only a few well-known black composers from the ospoprasarnouri.parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.infoinfo is the theme song for the long-running Philadelphia Mummers Parade. More on Bland from Wikipedia: "Often called "The World's Greatest Minstrel Man", Bland toured the United States, as well as Europe.. Bland's earliest recorded minstrel.
  4. Mikat says:
    O, Dem Golden Slippers The unofficial theme song of the Mummers Parade, it was written by the African-American Philadelphian James A. Bland in The Mummers parade initially prohibited African Americans from participating in the parade and used white .
  5. Tulmaran says:
    Tradition holds that local minstrel man Charles Dumont (–) introduced “Oh, Dem Golden Slippers” to the Philadelphia Mummers around Charles Dumont was the nephew of Frank Dumont (–), a well-known minstrel performer who operated minstrel theaters in Philadelphia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
  6. Kahn says:
    Oh Dem Golden Slippers Chords and Lyrics Traditional Song with lyrics and chords from American popular vernacular music, with downloadable PDF for printing. Home Traditional Songs Titles Main Menu Singing &Playing Search. Share. Visit us on FB: Download Oh .
  7. Balrajas says:
    78_golden-slippers_the-banjo-kings-dick-roberts-red-roundtree-bill-norris-ray-leatherw_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Dane Bard User_metadataentered Liz Rosenberg User_transferred Liz Rosenberg Year
  8. Ketaxe says:
    In fact "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers!" was written by the black Northerner James Bland rather than by the white composer Foster, and although it is an original, it was written as a Minstrel-style parody of "Golden Slippers," a song performed by the Fisk Jubilee Singers, the first singing ensemble to popularize the African American spiritual.
  9. Akilar says:
    Song History. Prominent black minstrel songwriter and banjo player James A. Bland, of Sprague's Georgia Minstrels, wrote "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" in It was a mockery of "Golden Slippers," a spiritual sung by the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Bland's parody surpassed the Fisk song in popularity and is now known only as "Golden Slippers.".

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