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Mary Johnson - Says the Water album download

Mary Johnson
Says the Water
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Listen to music from Mary Johnson like Goin' Home, You Have My Blessings & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mary Johnson. Blues singer Mary Johnson got her start in show business as a teenager in St. Louis. She frequently worked with Blues singer and guitarist Lonnie Johnson and in 1925 they were married. They had six children together and divorced in 1930. For some reason they never recorded together. She continued to perform predominantly in the St. Louis area up until the mid-1940s. After leaving show business she was active in the church and worked in a hospital.

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Blues singer Mary Johnson was born Mary Williams in Mississippi's Yazoo City in 1905. Ten years later, she moved with her mother to St. Louis, where she eventually worked with many of the area's artists. She was married to bluesman Lonnie Johnson from 1925 to 1932. She also recorded with bottleneck guitar great Tampa Red, with Judson Brown, an obscure barrelhouse pianist, and with the duo of pianist Henry Brown and trombonist Ike Rogers. In the 1950s, Mary Johnson abandoned the blues for religion.

Mary Johnson's albums. Collections: 49. Mary Johnson 1929-1936. Paramount Blues Ladies. The Best Of The Blues Vol. 1. 2007 blues. The Fabulous Trombone Of Ike Rodgers. Country Southern Blues. Mary Johnson - Barrel House Flat Blues Trombone Legends: Ike Rodgers, Roy Palmer, Preston Jackson, 2018 03:06. Mary Johnson - Dream Daddy Blues Mary Johnson 1929-1936, 1994 02:57.

Mary Mary - Wade In The Water. Mary J. Hartman - My Savior Leapt. album: Water the Land. album: Mary Duff: The Complete Collection. Mary Black - The Water Is Wide. album: Without the Fanfare. Mary Gauthier - Walk In The Water. album: The Foundling. Mary Johnson - You Could be Me. album: Says the Water. Crazy Mary - Another Dollar. album: Water On The Moon. Mary Dengerud Au - Living Water, Agua Viva. album: He Gives My Pathway Light.

The Water Is Wide" (also called "O Waly, Waly" or simply "Waly, Waly") is a folk song of Scottish origin, based on lyrics that partly date to the 1600s. It remains popular in the 21st century. Cecil Sharp published the song in Folk Songs From Somerset (1906). It is related to Child Ballad 204 (Roud number 87), Jamie Douglas, which in turn refers to the ostensibly unhappy first marriage of James Douglas, 2nd Marquis of Douglas to Lady Barbara Erskine.

Tracks count: 11. Views: 2. Mary Johnson - Highway 64 02:28. Mary Johnson - Shake Me 04:52. Mary Johnson - Song to Ingrid 03:44. Mary Johnson - If I Were a Painter 04:12. Mary Johnson - Leave the Kitchen Light On 02:24. Hymns for Flute & Piano, Vol. 5 - Mary Johnson. Trombone Legends: Ike Rodgers, Roy Palmer, Preston Jackson - Alice Moore, Henry Brown, Mary Johnson, Preston Jackson And His Uptown Band, State Street Ramblers, Young Creole Jazz Band. Mary Johnson 1929-1936 - Mary Johnson. Morning Sun Blues - Mary Johnson. Jesu Niwe Utheri - Mary Johnson.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sometimes Mary Johnson 4:21
2 Highway 64 Mary Johnson 2:28
3 Shake Me Mary Johnson 4:52
4 Slingshotting Stars Mary Johnson 3:01
5 House Without Walls Mary Johnson 3:18
6 You Could Be Me Mary Johnson 3:34
7 Do Something Mary Johnson 2:28
8 Someone Tell Me My Name Mary Johnson 3:13
9 If I Were a Painter Mary Johnson 4:12
10 Leave the Kitchen Light On Mary Johnson 2:24
11 Song to Ingrid Mary Johnson 3:44