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Salty Dog Rag - Bill Darnel - Salty Dog Rag / The Blacksmith Blues (Vinyl)


  1. Bill Beavis and Richard McCloskey's "Salty Dog Talk: The Nautical Origins of Everyday Expressions" is a short, entertaining but informative "dictionary" of everyday expressions with nautical origins. The roughly terms and expressions can be grouped into three types: common words we all know have nautical origins (e.g., scuttlebutt, groggy Reviews:
  2. This is "Salty Dog Rag -- Step 1" by Old South Balls on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
  3. Salty Dog Rag Lyrics: Away down yonder in the state of Arkansas / Where my great-grandpa met my great-grandma / They drink apple cider and they get on a jag / And they dance all night to the Salty Dog.
  4. Marion Turner - Vocals - Harmonica - Electric Bass - Double Bass - Biscuit-tin Bass Marion Turner: Australia's leading female vocal blues harmonica player completes the other half of salty dog and is the 3-times winner Vic/Tas Blues awards Female Artist of the Year. Marion has well earned her place in the Blues industry over the years and.
  5. and they dance all night to the Salty Dog Rag They play an old fiddle like you never heard before They play the only tune that they ever did know It's a ragtime ditty and the rhythm don't drag now here's the way you dance to the Salty Dog Rag Chorus: One foot front, drag it back, then you start to ball the jack. You shake and you break and then.
  6. "Salty Dog Blues" is a folk song from the early s. Musicians have recorded it in a number of styles, including blues, jazz, country music, bluegrass. Papa Charlie Jackson recorded an adaptation for Paramount and Broadway in [2].
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  8. Salty Dog was an American rock band from Los Angeles formed in by guitarist Scott Lane, bassist Michael Hannon, and drummer Khurt Maier. Later, they were joined by lead singer Jimmi Bleacher. The band was managed by Vicky Hamilton, who also managed Poison, Faster Pussycat, and Guns N' Roses.
  9. Under the title “Old Salty Dog Blues”, the lead singer was fiddler Benny Sims for this May Mercury release on a 78 rpm single (Mercury Records reissued the song for the Flatt & Scruggs album Country Music.

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