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  1. On the Way Up 1929 Review. by Ron Wynn. This third Jimmie Rodgers disc in the eight-CD line covers arguably his greatest year, 1929. Rodgers scored huge hits doing popular novelty cuts like "Frankie and Johnny" and railroad numbers like "Train Whistle Blues," and continued cutting yodeling tunes, as well as cowboy songs and bawdy blues.

  2. 10 de feb. de 2007 · An important figure in the history of music , not just "country" , Jimmie Rodgers' music crossed several genres , even crossing paths on one memorable recording with Louis Armstrong . Immediately recognisable ,His high , soulful voice and distinctive yodel and guitar accompaniment still manage to sound fresh today , ninety-odd years ...

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  5. 16 de may. de 2023 · I’m fightin’ like a lion, Looks like I’m going to lose. ‘Cause there ain’t nobody, ever whipped the T.B. blues. The above lyrics come from the 1931 song, “T.B. Blues” by pioneering country singer, Jimmie Rodgers. They describe a young man accepting his fate and losing the fight against tuberculosis, or TB.

  6. 26 de may. de 2023 · Day in History 26 May – Jimmie Rodgers – Sydney Pollack Posted on 29 MayamFri, 26 May 2023 00:18:06 -05002023-05-26T00:18:06-05:0012 2011 by MacGregor On this day in 1933, songwriter, country music pioneer and superstar, The Singing Brakeman, The Blue Yodeler, The Father of Country Music, Jimmie Rodgers , died at the Taft Hotel in New York City from tuberculosis at the age of 35.