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Blacksmith Blues
Windsor 4822
 
    
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Blacksmith Blues
 
ID: 3190
   Instrumental  

LabelWindsor
WEB SITE www.windsorrecords.com
Label information
Grid list of Windsor recordings
Number4822
TypeSinging Call
Copies3
Vic's Rating5 (excellent)
Bpm133
Duration3:37
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Singin' Sam Mitchell (picture)     recordings by Singin' Sam Mitchell

Singin' Sam Mitchell

Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER    Basic

Allemande left the corner, dosado round your partner
Step right up and swing your honey under the chestnut tree
Men star left now, one time around go
Star promenade, move along, don't slow down
Back on out a full turn, 4 ladies chain now
You turn your lady, chain her back, promenade with me
Promenade the lady, go home and swing and maybe
She'll be glad you did, doin' the blacksmith blues


FIGURE    A1, R-H lady progression

Head 2 forward, back out and rollaway now
Pass thru and separate, around 1, a line of 4
Forward and back with you now, dosado that lady
Go back-to-back in time, pass thru and bend the line
A right & left thru there, why don't you cross trail
Allemande left the corner, come back and swing the lady fair
Promenade the lady, take her home and maybe
She'll be glad you did, doin' the blacksmith blues

 
Lyrics

Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
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Blacksmith Blues Lyrics ID: 375

Down in old Kentucky
Where horseshoes are lucky
There's a village smithy standin' under a chestnut tree
Hear the hammer knockin'
See the hammer rockin'
He sings the boogie blues while he's hammerin' on the shoes

See the hot sparks a-flyin'
Like Fourth of July-in'
He's even got the horses cloppin', pop! down the avenue
Folks love the rhythm
The clang-bangin' rhythm
You'll get a lot o' kicks out of the Blacksmith Blues

Lyrics by Jack Holmes.
Recorded by Ella Mae Morse.
 

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