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8 thoughts on “ Coal Black Mammy ”

  1. " Coal Black Rose " is a folk song, one of the earliest songs to be sung by a man in blackface. The man dressed as an overweight and overdressed black woman, who was found unattractive and masculine-looking. The song was first performed in the United States in the late s, possibly by George Washington Dixon.
  2. Billy Jones (4) / Ernest Hare ‎– Three O'Clock In The Morning / Coal Black Mammy Label: Gennett ‎– Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM Country: US Released: Nov Genre: Pop. Style: Vocal. Tracklist Hide Credits. A – 5/5(1).
  3. Performer: Paul Whiteman and His OrchestraWriter: Ivy St. HelierFox mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfozed at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record.
  4. Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose Song. By Raymond Egan & Richard A. Whiting. Sheet mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Apr 19,  · Mammy’s Little Coal Black Rose Lyrics by Raymond Egan Music by Richard A. Whiting New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co. ().
  6. Mammy's little coal black Rose (Primary title) Disc label: Authors and Composers Notes; Richard A. Whiting: Raymond B. Egan: Personnel Notes Hide Additional Titles; Orpheus Quartet (Vocal group) Rosario Bourdon: Harry Macdonough (vocalist: tenor vocal) Lambert Murphy (vocalist: tenor vocal).
  7. Coal black mammy Other Title Fox trot Coal black mammy Summary Jazz/dance band Contributor Names Ivy St. Helier: composer Paul Whiteman Orchestra: Musical group Paul Whiteman: leader.
  8. COAL BLACK MAMMY: I'm tired and I'm footsore and I'm weary I ache from my head down to my toes This world seems to be mighty dreary to me How I'll finish my journey Lordy knows But I know where I go that all is peaceful I'll lay on my pillow tonight An' I've prayed, how I've prayed for that moment Now the end of the long trail's in sight.

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