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Moms Mabley - Moms Wows flac mp3
Performer:
Moms Mabley
Album:
Moms Wows
Style:
Comedy
Date of release:
1964
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1922 mb
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1215 mb
WMA vers. size:
1366 mb
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MOMS MABLEY - One New & SEALED vinyl LP record. Condition: New and Still SEALED. Cover VG (Very Good). Moms Mabley Breaks It Up 33 rpm Record. Excerpts From Her Album, "Her Young Thing".

Biography by Jason Ankeny. At one time the most successful woman standup comic in America - she remains the highest-charting comedienne in Billboard history - social satirist Jackie "Moms" Mabley is largely unknow. ead Full Biography.

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1964 Best of Moms and Pigmeat, Vol. 1. 1965 Men in My Life. 1966 Moms Mabley at the White House Conference. 1968 Best of Moms Mabley. 1969 The Youngest Teenager. 1969 Her Young Thing.

1962 Moms Mabley at Geneva Conference. 1963 I Got Somethin' to Tell You! 1963 Young Men, Sí - Old Men, No. 1964 Moms the Word. 1964 The Funny Sides of Moms Mabley Chess. 1964 Best of Moms and Pigmeat, Vol.

Listen to music from Moms Mabley like Apartment Hunting, Abraham, Martin And John & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Moms Mabley. Jackie "Moms" Mabley (March 19, 1894 – May 23, 1975), born Loretta Mary Aiken, was an American standup comedian. A veteran of the Chitlin' circuit of African-American vaudeville, she later appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and the The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Her cover version of "Abraham, Martin and John" hit on the Hot 100 on 19 July 1969.

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Moms Mabley was born Loretta Mary Aiken in Brevard, North Carolina, one of twelve children born to Jim Aiken, a grocery store owner, and his wife. The great grand-daughter of a slave, Mabiey was of mixed black, Irish, and Cherokee heritage. Very little is known about her early years. In 1966, Mabley recorded Now Hear This for the Mercury label, an album so full of raunchy tales and blue humor that it became a hit at stag parties. Mabley’s raw humor is often cited as a reason for her lack of television appearances, a topic she addresses in Watkins’s book. It’s you and others in your position, she explained to a group of television executives, who keep me working where I have to use that kind of material.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mom's Wows, Pt. 1 Moms Mabley
2 Mom's Wows, Pt. 2 Moms Mabley

Credits

Moms Mabley - Primary Artist