- Performer:Dan And His Skiffle Boys
- Title:South Side Shake / Dusty Bottom
- Style:Skiffle, Boogie Woogie, Piano Blues
- Size FLAC version1114 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1807 megabytes
- Size WMA version1210 megabytes
- Formats:AU MP3 AUD VQF MP4 MMF AHX
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Album · 2000 · 23 Songs. 12. South Side Shake. 13. Boogie in D. 3:45. 19. They Raided the Joint. 20. The Cops Are Knockin'.
A –Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys South Side Shake. B –Dan Burley & Pops Foster. Recorded June 11, 1946. Dan & His Skiffle Dan & His Skiffle Boys, Dan. Boys, Dan. Burley & Pops Foster - South. Burley & Pops Side Shake, Dusty Bottom. Dan Burley And Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys. His Skiffle Boys, / Dan Burley & Pops Foster - Not On. Dan Burley & South Side Shake, Dusty. Bottom (Shellac, 10", TP). Category Country Year C-0103 Australia 1950.
Dan Burley Skiffle Boys, South Side Shake. Dan Burley & his Skiffle Boys "Chicken Shack Shuffle" 78 rpm. 309 views. Top Songs By Dan Burley. Dan Burley & Brownie McGhee & Sticks McGhee Feat. 36. 2. Big Cat, Little Cat (Take 2). Dan Burley. 24. 3. South Side Snake.
Albert Nicholas And His Creole Serenaders, Art Hodes' Blue Five, Bechet, Nicholas Blue Five, Bob Wilber And His Band, Bunk Johnson - Sidney Bechet And Their Orchestra, Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys, Dewey Jackson's Peacock Orchestra, Don Ewell Quartet, Earl Hines And His Band, Fats Waller And His Buddies, Henry "Red" Allen And His Orchestra, Jack Teagarden And His Swingin' Gates, Joe.
South Side Shake 1945-1951.
Most often it was used to describe country blues music records, which included the compositions "Hometown Skiffle" (1929) and "Skiffle Blues" (1946) by Dan Burley & his Skiffle Boys. It was used by Ma Rainey (1886–1939) to describe her repertoire to rural audiences. The term skiffle disappeared from American music in the 1940s. The first British recordings of skiffle were carried out by Colyer's new band in 1954, but it was the release by Decca of two skiffle tracks by Barber's Jazz Band under the name of the "Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group" that transformed the fortunes of skiffle in late 1955. Donegan's fast-tempo version of Lead Belly's "Rock Island Line". was a major hit in 1956, featuring a washboard (but not a tea-chest bass), with "John Henry" on the B-side.
|A||–Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys||South Side Shake|
|B||–Dan Burley & Pops Foster||Dusty Bottom|
NotesRecorded June 11, 1946
|C-0103||Dan & His Skiffle Boys* / Dan Burley & Pops Foster||Dan & His Skiffle Boys* / Dan Burley & Pops Foster - South Side Shake / Dusty Bottom (Shellac, 10")||Circle||C-0103||Australia||1950|
|none||Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys / Dan Burley & Pops Foster||Dan Burley And His Skiffle Boys / Dan Burley & Pops Foster - South Side Shake / Dusty Bottom (Shellac, 10", TP)||Not On Label||none||Australia||1950|