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  1. "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" is a blues song written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams in The song's authorship is disputed; Warfield claims that he was the sole composer of the song. The song has been covered by many musicians and has become a jazz disitzzemsdabgele.asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.co: Blues.
  2. Afro-Creole-Choctaw-American pianist, vocalist, washboard percussionist, comedian, composer, producer, music publisher, accompanist, and bandleader Clarence Williams played a crucial role in the development of jazz and blues in New York City during the s. Often using one-shot pseudonyms for his bands and combining players from New Orleans, St. Louis, Kansas City, and Chicago with the 8/
  3. Baby, Won't You Please Come Home Alto Saxophone – Fred Skerritt Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bingle Madison, Henry Jones Banjo – Goldie Lucas Drums – Bill Beason Leader, Vocals – Clarence Williams Piano – Gene Rodgers Trombone – Jimmy Archey Trumpet – Bill Dillard, Ward Pinkett Tuba – Richard.
  4. About Baby Won't You Please Come Home "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" is a blues song written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams in The song's authorship is disputed; Warfield claims that he was the sole composer of the song. The song has been covered by many musicians and has become a jazz standard.
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  7. The song Baby, Won't You Please Come Home was written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams [US1] and was first recorded and released by Eva Taylor in It was covered by J's with Jamie, Fekete Jenő - Horváth Misi Blues Duo, Great Jazz Trio, Crytzer's Blue Rhythm Band and .
  8. Mar 04,  · Bessie Smith -- Baby Won't You Please Come Home Bessie Smith ( or ) was the most popular and successful female American blues singer of the s and s, and a strong influence on subsequent generations, including Billie Holiday, Mahalia Jackson, Dinah Washington, Nina Simone and Janis Joplin.

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