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Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues Volume Three flac album

Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues Volume Three flac album Performer: Bessie Smith
Title: Empress Of The Blues Volume Three
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Genre: Blues

Empress Of The Blues. Bessie Smith - Young Woman's Blues. dl. Bessie Smith - Preachin' The Blues. Bessie Smith - Back Water Blues. Bessie Smith - After You've Gone.

Originally released as the second disc of Universe Records' 2004 three-disc box EMPRESS OF THE BLUES, EMPRESS OF THE BLUES VOLUME 2 showcases 23 tracks from Bessie Smith's most artistically and commercially successful period.

Empress of the Blues is a jazz related blues music album recording by BESSIE SMITH released in 1971 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Empress of the Blues - Volume 1 by Bessie Smith (2006-05-16) Universe Italy. Empress Of The Blues by BESSIE SMITH (2004-11-23) Universe Records/ Comet Records. Bessie Smith The Ultimate Collection, Empress of the Blues by Bessie Smith (1998-06-23) Prism Platinum. Empress of the Blues Vo. by Bessie Smith (2006-06-20) Universe (2006-06-20).

In her music, Bessie Smith - known as the "Empress Of The Blues" - communicated the kind of outward urgency and inner stillness that often signals the telling of an absolute truth. Carl Van Vechten Photograph Collection/Library of Congress. In her music, Bessie Smith - known as the "Empress Of The Blues" - communicated the kind of outward urgency and inner stillness that often signals the telling of an absolute truth.

I'm Down in the Dumps Lyrics. Bessie Smith Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Free download and listen Empress Of The Blues Volume 2: 1926-1933. Artists: Benny Goodman. Tracks count: 1. Views: 2. Clarence Williams, James P. Johnson, Benny Goodman, Bessie Smith, Jack Teagarden - Gimme A Pigfoot 03:29.

The Legend Of Bessie Smith: Empress Of The Blues. So much more than a blues singer, Bessie Smith was an icon for her race and gender, and her legend resonates like no other in the history of blues singers. Published on. April 15, 2019. The legend of Bessie Smith, who was born on 15 April 1984, and died, aged just 43, on 26 September 1937, has created an extra layer to what was a fascinating and monumental career. I’ve travelled and wandered almost everywhere To get a little joy from life Still I’ve gained but worries and despair Still struggling in this world of strife Oh me, oh my Wonder what will the end be Oh me, oh my Wonder what will become of poor me ‘Worried Life Blues’

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Put It Right There
Piano – Porter GraingerTrombone – Charlie GreenWritten-By – Grainger*
A2 Thinking Blues
Piano – Fred LongshawTrombone – Charlie GreenTrumpet – Deamus Dean*Written-By – Smith*
A3 Lonesome Desert Blues
Piano – Fred LongshawTrumpet – Shelton HemphillWritten-By – Smith*
B1 Golden Rule Blues
Alto Saxophone – Don RedmanPiano – Fletcher HendersonWritten-By – Smith*
B2 Pinchbacks - Take 'Em Away
Piano – Irving JohnsWritten-By – Smith*, Johns*
B3 Soft Pedal Blues
Piano – Fred LongshawTrombone – Charlie GreenWritten-By – Smith*

Credits

  • Design [Sleeve] – Ron Thompson
  • Liner Notes – Bill Haesler

Notes

A1 recorded New York, Mar. 20th, 1928
A2 recorded New York, Feb. 9th, 1928
A3 recorded New York, Dec. 9th, 1925
B1 recorded New York, Dec. 20th, 1925
B2 recorded New York, April 5th, 1924
B3 recorded New York, May 14th, 1925