8 thoughts on “ Going Down (ST. James Infirmary)

  1. “St. James Infirmary Blues”, is an American jazz song of uncertain origin. Louis Armstrong made the song famous in his influential recording. Cab Calloway performs this version in the
  2. About “St. James Infirmary” The song is based on the 19th century English folk song, “The Unfortunate Rake”. This version appeared first in New Orleans and Lewis Armstrong was the first to record.
  3. Nov 22,  · Going down to St. James Infirmary has been a long trip “I went down to St. James Infirmary.” Now that’s an oft taken journey given that song has been a jazz and blues standard since its first recording roughly 90 years ago. One website boasts recorded versions and I’d wager the list is not comprehensive.
  4. Going down to St. James Infirmary: Mourning as self-assertion Spent a lovely evening at the Jazz Kitchen as the Tuesday night shrimp boil resumed its place on the schedule. A neo-trad band dubbed the Red Hot Whiskey Sippers provided the music, and I enjoyed sinking into the environment of "St. James Infirmary Blues" in particular.
  5. St. James Infirmary Blues Lyrics: Well, folks, I'm going down to St. James Infirmary / And see / My little baby, there / She's stretched out on a long, white table / Well, she looks so good, so.
  6. It was down in Old Joe's barroom, On the corner by the square, The usual crowd was assembled And big Joe Mckinney was there. He was standing at my shoulder. His eyes were bloodshot red; He turned to the crowd around him, These are the very words he said: "I went down to the St. James Infirmary I saw my baby there, She's laid out on a cold white table.
  7. “St. James Infirmary” is a traditional American folk song of uncertain origin. It has been attributed by some as the work of Irving Mills, who used the pseudonym Joe Primrose.
  8. Lyrics to 'St James Infirmary' by Louis Armstrong. I went down to centpucatundianoi.stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.co Infirmary Saw my baby there She was stretched out on a long, white table So cold, so sweet, so fair.

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