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8 thoughts on “ My Buckets Got A Hole In It - Rhythm 56 - Back To The Roots! (CD, Album)

  1. Back. On the Beach Paragons (Reggae) out of 5 out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Johnny Rivers: Live At Cache Creek ~ 56 min ~~ My Buckets Got A Hole In It (previously unreleased) out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD. 2 offers from $ Live At The Whisky A Go Go Have a vinyl of this album and needed the CD version. Read more /5(11).
  2. There's a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, There's a hole. Then fix it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, Then fix it dear Henry, dear Henry, fix it. With what should I fix it, dear Liza, dear Liza, With what should I fix it, dear Liza, with what? With a straw, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry.
  3. Clarence Williams, a New Orleans jazz and blues pianist, publisher, composer, agent, record producer, and vocalist copyrighted the song, but he didn't wrote it."My Bucket's Got A Hole In It" is actually an old jazz novelty which was already played in the s by Charles Joseph "Buddy" Bolden, a New Orleans black cornetist (). For more info about the story of the song, see Larry.
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  5. Apr 05,  · My Back Pages (Bob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Eric Clapton & George Harrison) - Duration: Randal Sterling , views.
  6. Hank Williams version. Williams likely first heard "My Bucket's Got a Hole in It" from Rufus Payne, nicknamed "Tee Tot," a black street singer who taught a young Hank to play blues guitar. In the essay to the Polygram box set Hank Williams: The Original Singles Collection, Colin Escott quotes Williams in an interview with Ralph Gleason in "I was shinin' shoes and sellin' newspapers B-side: "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry".
  7. "There's a Hole in My Bucket" (or " in the Bucket") is a children's song, based on a dialogue between two characters, called Henry and Liza, about a leaky bucket. The song describes a deadlock situation: Henry has a leaky bucket, and Liza tells him to repair it. To fix the leaky bucket, he needs straw. To cut the straw, he needs an axe.

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