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The Four Clefs - Its Heavenly / Dig These Blues (Shellac)

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  1. Middle C is located one line below the treble clef and one line above the bass clef. But it’s not in either clef. Instead it’s written on a ledger line. Ledger lines are lines written above the bass clef and below the treble clef that are necessary to connect the two clefs. Put it all together, and the notes flow smoothly from one clef to the other with no interruptions.
  2. KUSF is the University of San Francisco’s radio station in San Francisco, California. This non-commercial student-run station originally broadcast on-air from as an AM station, and from on the FM dial. This free-form and freewheeling college station was celebrated both nationally and internationally for its innovative music programming.
  3. Performer: The Four Clefs Writer: Floyd Hunt. Fox Trot; Hammond Electric Organ, Bass, Guitar, Vibraphone and Drums with singing. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  4. On all but the offering, "I Miss You So" was paired with the Four Clefs' instrumental hit, "Dig These Blues." At their second Manor session, held in July or August , they did three titles, all led by Austin Powell: "I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water," "Please Don't Leave Me Now," and "Shorty's Got To Go.".
  5. The Four Clefs on Bluebird B I'ts Heavenly b/w Dig These Blues. EE-/V+ condition. Chicago-based quartet with Hammond Organ, Bass, Guitar, Vibraphone, and Drums. V+ (78) G+ LP. Wear is moderate but playing is generally free from distortion.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Dig These Blues / Four Clefs' Woogie on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - • Format: Shellac 10 The Four Clefs - Dig These Blues / Four Clefs' Woogie (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  7. The Four Clefs - It's Heavenly / Dig These Blues ‎ (Shellac, 10") Bluebird (3) B US: Sell This Version: B The Four Clefs: The Four Clefs - I Must Have Been Dreaming / These Blues Comes On ‎ (Shellac The Four Clefs: These Blues Comes On (as Chapman).
  8. Rhythm and Blues was not generally recognised as a distinct musical genre until the years following the end of World War II. These 4CD sets centred on attempt to pinpoint records typical of the various strands of music which coalesced into what can now be seen as a historically definable form of black popular music, commonly abbreviated to R&B. Previously, the American record /5(6).

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