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Performer: Barnes-Lesberg Orch.
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Title: Why Not (Hot Shortnin' Bread)
Style: Space-Age
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– Why Not (Hot Shortnin' Bread). Label: Random Records (18) ‎– 603.

Title: Why Not (Hot Shortnin' Bread). Short-info: Label: Random Records ‎– 603 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM Country: US Date of released: Category: Jazz, Pop Style: Space-Age. Bread - The Best Of Bread Volume Two. Ovekk Finn - Milk And Bread. 2017-2018 AlbumFormat.

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Released by HOT BOPPIN GIRLS Mar 2015. "source":4,"source id":"465035","object type":4,"id":"465035","title":"Kay Cee Jones","status":0}. Shortnin´ Bread song from the album Hot Boppin Girls Vol. 4 is released on Mar 2015. The duration of song is 02:36. This song is sung by Kay Cee Jones.

Shortnin' Bread Mammas little baby loves shortnin, shortnin Mammas little baby loves shortnin bread Mammas little baby loves shortnin, shortnin Mammas little baby loves shortnin bread Three little children layin in the bed Two were sick and the other most dead Sent for the doctor, the doctor said Feed those children on shortnin bread. Put on the lid! Mammas going to make some shortnin bread Thats not all shes going to do Mammas going to cook us some cocoa too! Mammas little baby loves shortnin, shortnin Mammas little baby loves shortnin bread Mammas little baby loves shortnin, shortnin Mammas little baby loves shortnin bread I snuck to the kitchen, picked up the lid I filled my pockets full of shortnin bread I winked at the pretty little girl and said Baby, howd you like some shortnin bread?

Shortnin' Bread" (also spelled "Shortenin' Bread", "Short'nin' Bread", or "Sho'tnin' Bread") is a plantation song with African-American folk roots that date back at least to the 1890s. James Whitcomb Riley published a poem building on older lyrics in 1900. A folk version was published by E. C. Perrow in 1915. It is song number 4209 in the Roud Folk Song Index. Shortening bread refers to a bread, made of corn meal and/or flour and lard shortening. It should not be confused with shortbread.

Fotch dat dough fum the kitchin-shed Rake de coals out hot an' red Putt on de oven an' putt on de led Mammy's gwineter cook som short'nin' bread. The verse includes: When corn plantin' done come roun' Blackbird own de whole plowed groun' Corn is de grain as I've hearn said Dat's de blackbird's short'nin' bread.

Tracklist

A Why Not (Hot Shortnin' Bread) 1:54
B Peruvian Paperboy 2:01