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DAVIS, Jimmie Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK

Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK
 
 
 
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DAVIS, Jimmie: Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK

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Songs

Davis, Jimmie - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK Box set 1
1: The Barroom Message
2: The Baby's Lullaby
3: Out Of Town Blues
4: Home Town Blues
5: Settling Down For Life
6: My Dixie Sweetheart
7: You're The Picture Of Your Mother
8: Doggone That Train
9: My Louisiana Girl
10: Cowboy's Home Sweet Home
11: She's A Hum Dum Dinger
12: Before You Say Farewell
13: Where The Old Red River Flows
14: Penitentiary Blues
15: Arabella Blues
16: In Arkansas
17: Lonely Hobo
18: I'll Be Happy Today
19: A Woman's Blues
20: Bear Cat Mama From Horner's Corners
21: My Arkansas Sweetheart
22: Ramona
23: You'd Rather Forget Than Forgive
24: Think Of Me Thinking Of You
25: Way Out On The Mountain
Davis, Jimmie - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK Box set 2
1: Hobo's Warning
2: Wild And Reckless Hobo
3: The Davis Limited
4: She Left A Runnin' Like A Sewing Machine
5: Down At The Old Country Church
6: She's A Hum Dum Dinger (part 2)
7: Market House Blues
8: Get On Board Aunt Susan
9: Midnight Blues
10: There's Evil In Ye Children, Gather 'round
11: Pea Pickin' Papa
12: I'll Get Mine Bye And Bye
13: Barnyard Stomp
14: I Wonder (If She Is Blue)
15: 1982 Blues (Davis' Last Day Blues)
16: High Behind Blues
17: Saturday Night Stroll
18: Sewing Machine Blues
19: Red Night Gown Blues
20: Davis' Salty Dog
21: You Can't Tell About The Woman Nowadays
22: The Shotgun Wedding
23: Hold'er, Newt
24: Yo Yo Mama
Davis, Jimmie - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK Box set 3
1: Tom Cat And Pussy Blues
2: Organ-Grinder Blues
3: Rockin' Blues
4: Wampus Kitty Mama
5: Bury Me In Old Kentucky
6: Jealous Lover
7: Gamblers's Return
8: Home In Caroline
9: It's All Coming Home To You
10: I Wonder If She's Blue
11: When It's Round-Up Time In Heaven
12: Would You
13: You've Been Tom Cattin' Around
14: Alimony Blues
15: The Keyhole In The Door
16: Beautiful Texas
17: Triflin' Mama Blues
18: I Want Her Tailor-Made
19: Alimony Blues
20: There Ain't Gonna Be No Afterwhile
21: Easy Rider Blues
22: Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
23: When It's Round-Up Time In Heaven
24: Good Time Papa Blues
25: Shirt Tail Blues
Davis, Jimmie - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK Box set 4
1: It's Been Years (Since I've Seen My Mother)
2: Beautiful Mary
3: My Brown Eyed Texas Rose
4: Moonlight And Skies (No. 2)
5: Jelly Roll Blues
6: Graveyard Blues
7: Are You Tired Of Me Darling?
8: Red River Blues
9: The Answer To 'Nobody's Darling But Mine'
10: In My Cabin Tonight
11: When A Boy From The Mountains (Weds A Girl..)
12: Come On Over To My House (Ain't Nobody ...)
13: Don't Say Goodbye If You Love Me
14: I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine
15: High Geared Mama
16: Bed Bug Blues
17: I Ain't Gonna Let Ol' Satan Turn Me 'round
18: 'twill Be Sweet When We Meet
19: My Blue Bonnet Girl
20: Ridin' Down The Arizona Trail
21: Mama's Getting Hot And Papa's Getting Cold
22: When It's Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia
23: Come On Over To My House (Ain't Nobody ...)
Davis, Jimmie - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK Box set 5
1: That's Why I'm Nobody's Darling
2: Do You Ever Think Of Me?
3: Prairie Of Love
4: Sweet Lorene
5: Just Forgive And Forget
6: Pal Of Long Ago
7: If I Ever Cry You'll Never Know
8: Sweetheart Of West Texas
9: Ten Tiny Toes
10: I Wonder Where You Are
11: In The West Where Life Is Free
12: You'll Be Comin' Back Some Day
13: Hard Hearted Mama
14: Jimmie's Travelin' Blues
15: I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
16: Pi-Rootin' Around
17: High Geared Daddy
18: Honky Tonk Blues
19: Nobody's Darling But Mine
20: One, Two, Three, Four
21: Have You Ever Been In Heaven?
22: The Greatest Mistake In My Life
23: (Sweetheart) Please Be True To Me
24: By The Grave Of Nobody's Darling
25: Shackles And Chains
26: Call Me Back Pal O' Mine
27: Just A Girl That Men Forget

 

Artikeleigenschaften von DAVIS, Jimmie: Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK

  • Interpret: DAVIS, Jimmie

  • Albumtitel: Nobody's Darlin' But Mine 5-CD & 24-PAG.-BOOK

  • Artikelart Box set

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Classic Country Artists
  • Music Sub-Genre 002 Classic Country Artists
  • Label BEAR FAMILY

  • Preiscode EI
  • EAN: 4000127159434

  • Gewicht in Kg: 1.200
 
 

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Davis, Jimmie"

JIMMIE DAVIS

YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE

 

geb. 11. 9. 1902 in Beech Springs - Louisiana Record Labels: RCA, Decca, Vocalion, Canaan Erster No. 1 Hit: There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder (1945) Jimmie H. Davis, Geschichtsprofessor und ehemaliger Gouverneur seines Heimatstaates Louisiana, begann in den 30er Jahren mit der professionellen Musik und sang anfangs noch ganz im Stil von Jimmie Rodgers. Mit den zwei farbigen Gitarristen Ed Schafer und Oscar Woods hatte er obendrein zwei fantastische Sidemen, die seine oftmals mehr als zweideutigen Blues mit viel Feeling begleiteten. Und jene zweideutigen Songs und Blues wie ,Sewing Machine Blues“, „Red Nightgown Blues“ oder ,Tom Cat And Pussy Blues“ hatte man ihm dann später, als er zur Wahl des Gouverneurs anstand auch sofort vorgeworfen. Tief im prüden Süden ein Mann als Gouverneur, der einst solchen Schmutz gesungen hatfi Nun, Davis hat die Wahl trotzdem gewonnen, denn schließlich hat er auch viele saubere Songs geschrieben und gesungen, Titel die zu großen Hits wurden wie ,You Are My Sunshine, ,It Makes No Difference Now“ oder ,Nobody's Darling But Mine“. Das war in den 40erJahren. Später widmete sich Jimmie Davis dann nur noch der religiösen Musik. 1972 wurde er von der CMA in die Country Music Hall Of Fame aufgenommen."

The Story So Far

Houston Davis was born in 1902, in Beech Springs, Jackson Parish, Louisiana, the oldest in a family of five boys and six girls. He graduated from high school, the first boy from his town ever to do so, and got his BA degree at Louisiana College at Pineville, where he sang in quartets and glee clubs, and with his guitar on street corners. Between a couple of spells of schoolteaching he took postgraduate courses at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, where he continued his singing activities.

In 1927-28 he had his own Friday-night radio show on KWKH in Shreveport and made his first recordings for the station's short-lived Doggone label. Later in 1928 he auditioned unsuccessfully for Columbia Records, but in 1929 he began a four-year career on Victor, during which he recorded more than 60 sides, mixing cowboy and 'heart' songs with suggestive material and blues.

In September 1934 he signed with the new Decca Record Company, an association that would last many years. Meanwhile he continued his pursuit of a career in state politics.

The Next Chapters

Jimmie Davis's first public office was as criminal court clerk in Shreveport, a post he held for eight years (1929-1937). Here he "learned about life's other side, and what he learned has stuck to him. In spite of his deceptively naive and shy manner, and the blackstrap drawl which drags out his words hypnotically, those who have seen him in action estimate him as a shrewd and experienced character." 1) His first appearances on the hustings were making speeches for the reelection of his county court boss, Judge David B. Samuel, and in 1938 he made a bid for the job of Shreveport's Commissioner for Public Safety, a post that entailed running the city's police and fire departments.

The story goes that Davis began his campaign by making a long and, he thought, persuasive speech which his audience received impassively. Finally one of them called out, "How about a little song?" Thinking it undignified, Davis declined, but pondering over it afterwards he decided to incorporate music into his campaign strategy. So next time he brought his radio band along with him and "sandwiched a short speech between tunes, where it hardly bothered at all, and won the election. He used the same method when he ran for Commissioner of Public Service in the Fall of 1942, with the same result." 2) This post gave Davis the job of regulating the state's utilities, railroads and truck-lines.

"Before that he and his band had been having a lot of fun going up in the world in their spare time. They were guests on some national hookups, and old favorites by then on the Grand Old Opry hour, the secret of success being the way they turned out new songs. Jimmie was the master mind, but he insists the whole band had a part in most of the more than 200 songs they've started." 2)

Meanwhile "Hollywood inveigled him into coming out and playing in some 'horse operas'" 2): first 'Strictly In The Groove' (1942) with Johnny Bond and Jimmy Wakely, then a series of Columbia westerns featuring Charles Starrett, the Durango Kid, in which Davis usually played one of the star's sidekicks: 'Riding Through Nevada', 'Frontier Fury' and 'Cyclone Rangers'. "Jack Fier, Columbia Pictures' horse opera impresario, never lets him play anything but 'good' parts, and is excessively careful of his political future. In 'Frontier Fury' [1943] he had to shoot an Indian. Fier checked carefully first to make sure Davis had no Indian constituents before the authors put the scene in the script.

"Davis never takes a drink on the screen and never indulges in any dirty tricks. He never even trips anybody. He was to have tripped a fellow in one scene, but it was changed to a sock in the puss after the sockee's character had been proved deserving of nothing less than lynching.

"The Hollywood legend is that while making his latest picture, Davis was called away to the phone. He was gone about 15 minutes and the director exploded. Horse films are made on a very tight schedule and a delay of 15 minutes means hundreds of dollars lost. Jimmy apologized to the apoplectic director. 'A bunch of folks from Louisiana called me up,' he explained. 'They wouldn't let me off the phone until I promised to run for Governor.'" 1)

So he did, on the Democratic ticket, in 1944. Not willingly, because, as he recalls, "I was working in a few western pictures and I was recording and playing dates and making money. I had money in the bank for the first time and I knew I couldn't do that by being Governor, if I played the game straight. But it just kept on and on, people asking me if I had decided to run. I turned down a fortune." 7)

Persuaded by the outgoing Governor, Sam Houston Jones, Davis finally threw his hat in the ring -- and "just coasted into victory on the wings of song. Actually, he fought on a platform that opposed the remnants of the Huey Long organization, but his admirers were so fascinated by his corny tenor, accompanied by git-tah, that they impatiently yelled for him to stop talking and start singing." 1)

But not everywhere. "In a town where his opponent was popular, the marshal told him 'We don't want you a-rootin' and a-tootin' around here. We're too busy for any political jabber.' Charlie Mitchell, his guitarist and leader of his band, found the town so hostile that he had to pay a quarter for a chair, upon which a guitarist needs to rest his foot." 1) But Davis artfully insinuated himself into his audience's affection by devoting the whole evening to hymns commemorating recently deceased members of the community. "'Who remembers old Auntie Sue Smith,' he asked, 'who died last year when she was 104.' Then he'd sing a hymn dedicated to her. The town voted for him four to one. His enemies said the secret was a 15-minute walk through the local cemetery." 1)

Davis's successful use of music on the campaign trail needled his rivals to retaliate. "Some of his numerous opponents frantically dug up dance bands and warblers and started putting notes along with patting babies and shaking the public feet along with the public hands. It looked for a while like the whole field was clearing throats to vie on his own grounds with the 'Kingpin of Hillbillies'." 2)

"In capturing office," writes Peter Mikelbank, "[Davis] shaped a precedent-setting campaign style, using music and the traveling road show to attract large crowds. In many ways, he offered voters a 'media' candidacy well before the age of television." 7)

Jimmie Davis You Are My Sunshine (5-CD)
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