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Mopey Dick - Oh! For The Life Of A Hobo / I Hate To Be Called A Hobo flac album
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Mopey Dick - Oh! For The Life Of A Hobo / I Hate To Be Called A Hobo flac album

Performer:
Mopey Dick
Album:
Oh! For The Life Of A Hobo / I Hate To Be Called A Hobo
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Country
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A Oh! For The Life Of A Hobo
Written-By – Fields*, Hall*
B I Hate To Be Called A Hobo
Written-By – Fields*, Hall*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – The Compo Company Ltd.

Credits

  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Al Russo
  • Harmonica [Uncredited] – Eddie Grosso
  • Speech [Uncredited] – Rosaline Greene (tracks: A)
  • Vocals [Uncredited] – Arthur Fields

Notes

Mopey Dick is a pseudonym for Arthur Fields.

Both sides recorded 16 March 1931 in New York, NY.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Credit roles of accordion for Eddie Grosso and guitar for Al Grosso are termed "possible."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 12136A 6785-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 12136B 6784-1

A. Oh! For The Life Of A Hobo. Written-By – Fields, Hall. B. I Hate To Be Called A Hobo. Mopey Dick is a pseudonym for Arthur Fields. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): 12136A 6785-1. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 12136B 6784-1.

Album The Rise of Hobo Johnson. Hi, uhhh, what's up? Uh, my name's Frank, Hobo Johnson. I hope you like this song. My father's married to a shape shifting monster Who can sometimes take the form Of a really really really nice woman And although it seems super fucking frightening Sometimes this scary monster makes A really really great vanilla pudding, he has courage But sometimes your courage isn't quite the kryptonite As the monster runs rampant through the house Sometimes. your courages makes you feel strong But it seems as if the monster eats your muscles all along Fucking pickin' out your self-respect right out its scary teeth Her breath smells like pride of self And other men.

Lyrics to "Typical Story" song by Hobo Johnson: It's a, it's a, it's a, it's . .I don't really need much just a place to be alone and you won't really see much I think that I'm invisible; my mirror shows another guy - a guy who doesn't do shit, he just sits and is miserable Everybody's got a live a life that they didn't ask for Why would he put me here just

We traveled by rail to the 112th National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa, to see what was left of hobo life.

The song 'The Dreams Of A Hobo' by Bobby Whitlock has a tempo of 95 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Bobby Whitlock'. This song is played at 95 Beats Per Minute (Andante), or 24 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video The Dreams of a Hobo. 9. The Dreams of a Hobo. Top Songs Bobby Whitlock. Back in My Life Again.

How to Become a Hobo. Historically, hobos have made their living from manual labor, but that doesn't always have to be the case. Any skill that is in wide demand and does not require an extended time commitment can be useful to a hobo. As long as you can advertise your services and earn people's trust (ideally through references), you can do anything. Some pursuits that lend themselves to this lifestyle are

A hobo is a migrant worker or homeless vagrant, especially one who is impoverished. The term originated in the Western-probably Northwestern-United States around 1890. Unlike a "tramp", who works only when forced to, and a "bum", who does not work at all, a "hobo" is a traveling worker. The origin of the term is unknown. According to etymologist Anatoly Liberman, the only certain detail about its origin is the word was first noticed in American English circa 1890.

Ah, life on the open road. I’m at a hobo campground at the dead end of a lonely road at Bastendorff Beach, near the tiny seaside outpost of Charleston in the Great Drifter Heaven that is the state of Oregon. And I couldn’t wait to get here. I left my house on the East Coast, speed-walked impatiently through airports, got a car, and drove four hours, very fast, all to get to this: a parking lot next to a cold-ass beach, where a woman in a shitty sedan with no hubcaps is doing endless doughnuts in the mud and where the surrounding woods host a makeshift tent village. for many, many meth addicts. And yet I was in a hurry,.

Am I the only boy who secretly dreamed of becoming a hobo? Riding the rails, traveling across the country, and carrying everything you own on your back has a romance that appeals to every man’s desire to wander. In a 1937 issue of Esquire magazine, an anonymous writer penned an article called The Bum Handbook. Unlike most bums, he had chosen his vagabond lifestyle. And he was tired of seeing the sub-par job most other bums were doing. This was during the Great Depression, and many men found themselves homeless, lost, and ignorant of the art of bumliness. Although much has changed since the 1930’s, if you by chance find yourself a hobo during this Great Recession or desire to become a bum by choice, perhaps you can learn some tips from hobos of old. Enjoy these excerpts from the article and this fun peek into the past: Keep yourself clean.