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Stormy Night Blues - Various - The Birth Of The Blues (CD)

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  1. Blues: Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection / Various by VARIOUS ARTISTS Audio CD $ Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Ships from and sold by pleadincarcurecudicnervlogribotu.coinfo(91).
  2. B.B. King's biggest chart success in the pop arena, "The Thrill Is Gone," provided him with a long overdue crossover hit in Using a blues-rock basis for the main melody, King casts the entire song in a very heavy jazz feel and flavor, attacking each verse with a world-weary vocal and some radical and sinewy guitar arpeggios.
  3. Ladies Sing the Blues / Various VARIOUS ARTISTS. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ out of 5 stars 'Birth Of The Blues ' Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 22, out of 5 stars Blues CD. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 10, /5(52).
  4. Mar 29,  · Birth of The Blues recorded by the McGuire Sisters written by B.G. DeSylva, Ray Henderson. Lew Brown [verse 1] G D7 They heard the breeze in the trees G C Singing weird melodies D7 G And they made that the start of the blues D7 And from a jail came the wail G C Of a down-hearted frail D7 G And they played that as part of the blues B7 From a whippoorwill out on a hill They took a .
  5. T-Bone Walker ‎– Stormy Monday Blues Label: Orbis ‎– BLU NC Series: The Blues Collection – 16 Country: UK Released: Genre: Blues Style: Electric Blues Track List: 1 Stormy Monday Blues 2 All Night Long 3 My Patience Keeps Running Out 4 Glamour Girl 5 T-Bone's Way 6 That Evening Train 7 Louisiana Bayou Drive 8 When We Were Schoolmates 3.
  6. Blues, Ballads and Jumpin' Jazz, vol 2 1. Lester Leaps In 2. Blue And All Alone 3. On The Sunny Side Of The Street 4. C-jam Blues 5. New Orleans Blues 6. Careless Love 7. Stormy Weather 8. Stormy Weather 9. I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O Birth Of The Blues
  7. By Kazrazragore on 2 October, "The Birth of the Blues" was introduced in the Scandals by Harry Richman, who sang it as part of the first act finale, a "debate" between the blues and the classics that also included a version of George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" (with Lyrics, no less), and W. C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues ().".
  8. The album was his last release for Atlantic, compiling twelve blues songs from various sessions during his tenure for the label. The album showcases Charles's stylistic development with a combination of piano blues, jazz, and southern R&B. The photo for the album cover was taken by renowned photographer Lee Friedlander.

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