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Blanche Calloway - 1931 flac album

Blanche Calloway - 1931 flac album Performer: Blanche Calloway
Title: 1931
Style: Chicago Blues
Released: 1987
MP3 album: 1209 mb
FLAC album: 1195 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: WMA ADX VOC DMF AAC WMA MPC
Genre: Blues

Blanche Calloway ‎– 1931. Label: Harlequin ‎– HQ 2057. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono.

Blanche Dorothea Jones Calloway (February 9, 1902 – December 16, 1978) was an American jazz singer, composer, and bandleader. She was the older sister of Cab Calloway and was a successful singer before her brother. With a music career that spanned over fifty years, Calloway was the first woman to lead an all-male orchestra and performed alongside musicians such as Cozy Cole, Chick Webb, and her brother.

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His parents wanted him to be a lawyer, like his father, so he enrolled at Crane College in Chicago, but he was more interested in singing and entertaining. At the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York, the band was hired in 1931 to substitute for the Duke Ellington Orchestra while it was touring. The band's popularity led to sharing the role of house band with Ellington. It performed twice on week for radio broadcasts on NBC. Calloway appeared on radio programs with Walter Winchell and Bing Crosby. In 1931 Calloway recorded his most famous song, "Minnie the Moocher".

Cab Calloway & His Orchestra. He shows what he learned from his older sister Blanche on some of the songs, but on "You Rascal You," "Aw You Dawg" and "Kickin' the Gong Around," the singer could be mistaken for no one else but himself. There is a bit of surface noise on some of the tracks (sometimes sounding like a light rain) and even a skip on "Without Rhythm" but the wonderful music far outvalues the minor technical faults.

Tracklist

A1 Just A Crazy Song
A2 Sugar Blues
A3 I'm Gettin' Myself Ready
A4 Loveless Love
A5 Misery
A6 It's Right Here For You
A7 It Looks Like Susie
B1 Without That Gal
B2 When I Can't Be With You
B3 Make Me Know It
B4 I Got What It Takes
B5 Growlin' Dan
B6 Concentratin' On You
B7 Last Dollar
B8 Blue Memories

Companies, etc.

  • Designed At – Artsleeves
  • Record Company – Interstate Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Roger Boyd
  • Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Ernest Purce
  • Bass Tuba – A. B. Baker
  • Design – Nigel Goodall
  • Drums – Cozy Cole
  • Guitar – Andy Jackson
  • Photography By – Frank Driggs
  • Piano, Arranged By – Clyde Hart
  • Remastered By – John R. T. Davies
  • Sleeve Notes – Dave Penny
  • Tenor Saxophone – Charlie Frazier*
  • Trombone – Alton 'Slim' Moore*
  • Trumpet – Clarence Smith, Edgar 'Puddin' Head' Battle*, Henry Mason
  • Vocals, Leader – Blanche Calloway

Notes

Product Of Interstate Music Ltd.
PO Box No. 74, Crawley, West Sussex
RH11 0LX, England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HQ-2057-A RF 1317 RAY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HQ 2057 B RF 1318 RAY