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Alabama Jubilee
Windsor 4903
 
    
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Alabama Jubilee
 
ID: 12501
   Instrumental  

LabelWindsor
WEB SITE www.windsorrecords.com
Label information
Grid list of Windsor recordings
Number4903
TypeSinging Call
Copies2
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Lee Helsel (picture)     recordings by Lee Helsel

Lee Helsel

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Old Call(s)
Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    C4

Allemande left your corner, do a daisy chain
Go forward two, right and left, turn back one and then
Old Aunt Jemina, she's past eighty three
Shoutin' out so full of pep, watch your step, watch your step
*One legged Joe hoppin' round on his toe
*Throws away his crutches and hollers
promeno
For it's hail, hail the gang's all here
At the Alabama Jubilee


ALTERNATE LYRICS

*Old Parson Brown jumpin' round like a clown
*Waves his parson's collar
, promenade around


FIGURE    Basic, corner progression

Allemande your corner, turn a right around your own
Four ladies promenade once around you roam
Partner box the gnat, four men promenade
One time around, dosado now with your maid
Corner lady swing, round and round
Left allemande new corner, promenade around
For it's hail, hail the gang's all here
At the Alabama Jubilee

 
Lyrics

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Alabama Jubilee Lyrics ID: 1

Mandolins, violins
Hear the darkies tunin' up, the fun begins
Come this way, don't delay
Better hurry, honey dear, or you'll be missin'
Music sweet, ragtime treat
Goes right to your head and trickles to your feet
It's a reminder, a memory finder
Of nights down in old Alabam'

Hear that flute, it's a beaut'
And the tunes it's tootin', Tootsie, ain't they cute?
Let's begin, it's a sin
To be missin' all this syncopated music!
Oh, you Jane, once again
Give your legs some exercise to that refrain
Boy, that's what makes me so dreamy and takes me
Back home to my old Alabam'

Chorus

You ought to see Deacon Jones when he rattles the bones
Old Parson Brown foolin' 'round like a clown
Aunt Jemima, who is past eighty-three
Shouting "I'm full of pep!
Watch yo' step, watch yo' step!"
One-legged Joe danced around on his toe
Threw away his crutch and hollered
"Let her go!"

Oh, honey hail, hail, the gang's all here
For an Alabama Jubilee

Composed by George Cobb.
Lyrics by Jack Yellen.
Recorded by Robert Crumb, Merle Travis, the Skillet Lickers, Chet Atkins, Hank Snow, and many others.
 

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