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part of: Dallas County, Texas, United States
parts: Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas, United States
Lower Greenville, Dallas, Texas, United States
Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas, United States
Pleasant Grove, Dallas, Texas, United States
held events: 1983-04-27: “Serious Moonlight” rehearsals, Dallas, Texas (1983-04-27)
[concert] (1951-01-14)
recording location for: La Grange (live from Dallas) by ZZ Top
Rain Tree Sketch II by Hélène Grimaud
All Alone and Blue by Lillian Glinn (1927-12-02)
Brown Skin Blues by Lillian Glinn (1927-12-02)
Come Home Daddy by Lillian Glinn (1927-12-02)
Doggin’ Me Blues by Lillian Glinn (1927-12-02)
Lift Him Up That’s All by Washington Phillips (1927-12-02)
Mother’s Last Word to Her Son by Washington Phillips (1927-12-02)
Paul and Silas in Jail by Washington Phillips (1927-12-02)
Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There by Washington Phillips (1927-12-02)
Denomination Blues - Part 1 by Washington Phillips (1927-12-05)
Denomination Blues - Part 2 by Washington Phillips (1927-12-05)
I Am Born to Preach the Gospel by Washington Phillips (1928-12-04)
Train Your Child by Washington Phillips (1928-12-04)
Jesus Is My Friend by Washington Phillips (1928-12-05)
What Are They Doing in Heaven Today by Washington Phillips (1928-12-05)
Wake Up Jacob by Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers (1929-06-26)
Everybody Does It in Hawaii (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-08)
Train Whistle Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-08)
Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-08)
Better Boot That Thing (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Better Boot That Thing (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Frankie and Johnny (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-10)
Frankie and Johnny (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1929) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-10)
Jimmie’s Texas Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-10)
Katy Blues (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Katy Blues (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Mean Old Jack Stropper Blues (take 1) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Mean Old Jack Stropper Blues (take 2) by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Old Black Mary by Bessie Tucker (1929-08-10)
Home Call (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1960) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-12)
Home Call (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-08-12)
Brilliancy Medley by Eck Robertson and Family (1929-10-11)
On the Banks of the Kaney by Big Chief Henry's Indian String Band (1929-10-15)
Bogy Man Blues by Bessie Tucker (1929-10-17)
Key to the Bushes Blues by Bessie Tucker (1929-10-17)
Mean Old Master Blues by Bessie Tucker (1929-10-17)
T.B. Moan by Bessie Tucker (1929-10-21)
Whistling Woman Blues by Bessie Tucker (1929-10-21)
Blue Yodel #6 (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
I’ve Ranged, I’ve Roamed, I’ve Traveled (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1935) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
I’ve Ranged, I’ve Roamed, I’ve Traveled (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1965) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
My Rough and Rowdy Ways (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
The Land of My Boyhood Dreams (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
The Land of My Boyhood Dreams (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
Whisper Your Mother’s Name (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
Yodeling Cowboy (The Singing Brakeman, cd 2) by Jimmie Rodgers (1929-10-22)
Bended Knee Blues by Gene Campbell (1929-11)
Mama, You Don’t Mean Me No Good No How by Gene Campbell (1929-11)
A Mother’s Last Word to Her Daughter by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
I Had a Good Father and Mother by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
I’ve Got the Key to the Kingdom by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
The Church Needs Good Deacons by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
You Can’t Stop a Tattler - Part 1 by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
You Can’t Stop a Tattler - Part 2 by Washington Phillips (1929-12-02)
Cravin’ a Man Blues by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
Don’t Leave Me Daddy by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
Drunkard’s Special by Coley Jones (1929-12-06)
I Love That Thing by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
I’m Through (Shedding Tears Over You) by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
Moanin’ Blues by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
Shreveport Blues by Lillian Glinn (1929-12-06)
Doggone Mean Blues by Gene Campbell (1930-11)
Don’t Leave Me Blue Blues by Gene Campbell (1930-11)
Fair Weather Woman Blues by Gene Campbell (1930-11)
Married Life Blues by Gene Campbell (1930-11)
T.B. Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 4) by Jimmie Rodgers (1931-01-31)
T.B. Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 4, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1931-01-31)
Travelin’ Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 4, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1931-01-31)
Roll Along Kentucky Moon (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-02)
Roll Along Kentucky Moon (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-02)
Hobo’s Meditation (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-03)
Hobo’s Meditation (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-03)
Mississippi Moon (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-04)
My Time Ain’t Long (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5, first released 1964) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-04)
Ninety Nine Year Blues (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-04)
Down the Old Road to Home (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-05)
Mississippi Moon (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5, first released 1992) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-05)
Blue Yodel #10 (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-06)
Home Call (The Singing Brakeman, cd 5, first released 1932) by Jimmie Rodgers (1932-02-06)
Ground Hog Blues No. 2 by Ramblin’ Thomas (1932-02-09)
Little Old Mamma Blues by Ramblin’ Thomas (1932-02-09)
Black Ace by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Black Ace by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Christmas Time Blues by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Lowing Heifer by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Trifling Woman by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Whiskey and Women by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
You Gonna Need My Help Some Day by Black Ace (1937-02-15)
Le Blues de Port Arthur by Leo Soileau's Rhythm Boys (1937-02-20)
Little Queen of Spades by Robert Johnson (1937-06-20)
Come on Over to My House Baby by Buddy Woods (1938-12-04)
Jam Session Blues by Buddy Woods (1938-12-04)
Low Life Blues by Buddy Woods (1938-12-04)
Token Blues by Buddy Woods (1938-12-04)
Mean Mama Blues by Ernest Tubb (1941-04-26)
Walking the Floor Over You by Ernest Tubb (1941-04-26)
Swingmatism by Jay McShann & His Orchestra (1941-04-30)
Goodbye, Old Paint by Jess Morris (1942-05-03)
Country Girl by Smokey Hogg (1947)
Too Many Drivers by Smokey Hogg (1947)
Aching Heart by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
All Alone by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
All My Love by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Big Gun Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Everybody’s Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Mr. Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
My Little Girl by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Red Light by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Restless Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Time Changes Things by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Travelin’ Woman by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Upstairs Boogie by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
Wondering Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1951)
I Believe I'll Give It Up by Lowell Fulson (1954-09-27)
Blues Come to Texas by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Buck Dance by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Cairo Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Charley Cherry (take 1) by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Charley Cherry (take 2) by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Gambler Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Groundhog Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
I Walked From Dallas by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Johnnie Mae by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Louise Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Red River Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Roberta Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Rock Me by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Rollin’ Mill Went Down by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Santa Fe Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Sugar Mama by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
The Girl I Love by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Ticket Agent by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Turn Your Lamp Down Low by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
West Dallas Blues by Lil’ Son Jackson (1960)
Interview with Jennie Tourel by John Ardoin, Jennie Tourel (1969)
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Like Someone in Love by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Lord Lord by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Mr. Fats by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Theme for June by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Tritonis by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1980-03)
Almost Like Being in Love by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
But Not for Me by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Girl Talk by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
I Love My Wife by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Like Someone in Love by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Misty by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Mr. B. by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
My Foolish Heart by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
My Foolish Heart by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
My Funny Valentine by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Solar by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
The Lady Is a Tramp by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
The Lady Is a Tramp by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
There Will Never Be Another You by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Time After Time by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Time After Time by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
When I Fall in Love by Chet Baker (1985-01-13 – 1985-01-14)
Dancing by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette (1987-10-11)
Ecstacy by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette (1987-10-11)
Endless by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette (1987-10-11)
Lifeline by Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette (1987-10-11)
Caint Use My Phone (Suite) by Erykah Badu (2015)
Cel U Lar Device by Erykah Badu (2015)
Dial’Afreaq by Erykah Badu (2015)
Hello by Erykah Badu (2015)
Hi by Erykah Badu (2015)
I'll Call U Back by Erykah Badu (2015)
Medley: What’s Yo Phone Number / Telephone (Ghost of Screw mix) by Erykah Badu (2015)
Mr. Telephone Man by Erykah Badu (2015)
Phone Down by Erykah Badu (2015)
U Don't Have to Call by Erykah Badu (2015)
U Use to Call Me by Erykah Badu (2015)
recording location for: Legends of the Lost and Found by Harry Chapin
Legends of the Lost and Found by Harry Chapin
Geonames: http://sws.geonames.org/4684888/ [info]
Wikidata: Q16557 [info]
Wikipedia: en: Dallas [info]
premieres hosted: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, op. 24 (1956-01-15)