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Oh, Dem Golden Slippers - Various - The Puget Sound Guitar Workshop (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Nikokinos says:
    It is, in fact, somewhat disconcerting to hear "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" as first published, with its mocking piano part and its silly verse proclaiming it a parody, since it has been taken seriously for so long. James A. Bland () published most of his songs in a burst of creativity from to
  2. Mooguzragore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Puget Sound Guitar Workshop on Discogs. Label: Kicking Mule Records - KM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country •5/5(1).
  3. Tojashicage says:
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  4. Yozshushicage 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 Dem Golden Slippers .
  5. Sat says:
    Today "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" is often referred to simply as "Golden Slippers", further obscuring the original spiritual. [2] The song's first stanza tells of the protagonist setting aside such fine clothes as golden slippers, a long-tailed coat and a white robe for a .
  6. Telkree says:
    Oh dem Golden Slippers by James A. Bland, arranged by F. Louis Oh my golden slippers am laid away Kase I don't 'spect to wear'em till my weddin' day And my long-tailed coat, dat I loved so well I will wear up in de chariot in de morn And my long, white robe dat I bought last June I'm gwine to git changed kase it fits too soon.
  7. Faeramar says:
    Nov 25,  · The melody later passed from the minstrel stage into folk and fiddling tradition. "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers" was originally a mockery of "Golden Slippers," a spiritual song sung by the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Bland's version surpassed the Fisk song in popularity and is now commonly referred to as "Golden Slippers.".
  8. Meztigal says:
    "Golden Slippers" is a spiritual popularized in the years following the American Civil War by the Fisk Jubilee fronathirdasunviticbattblogcommmomy.coinfo song is also known by its opening line, "What Kind of Shoes You Gwine (Going) To Wear". The song became the basis for a minstrel show parody song, "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers", which itself became an American musical standard. The parody song is also frequently referred to as.

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