Maggie Jones - Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (May 1925- June 1926)/Gladys Bentley (1928-1929) mp3 downloadPerformer: Maggie Jones
Title: Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (May 1925- June 1926)/Gladys Bentley (1928-1929)
Style: Classic Female Blues
Released: August 1, 1995
Date of recording: May 5, 1925 - March 26, 1929
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Maggie Jones - Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (May 1925- June 1926)/Gladys Bentley (1928-1929) mp3 download
Album · 1995 · 24 Songs.
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Profilo: . March 1894 . Unknown. American blues singer and pianist who recorded thirty-eight songs between 1923 and 1926. She was billed as "The Texas Nightingale". Among her best-rememberd songs are "Single Woman's Blues", "Undertaker's Blues", and "Northbound Blues". Document Records (2). DOCD-5349.
Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number: 1. circa February 1926, Chicago, 11067-2, Paramount 12366 2. circa February 1926, Chicago, 11069-1, Paramount 12358 3. circa April 1926, Chicago, 11104-2, Paramount 12366 4. circa April/May 1926, Chicago, 2547-1, Paramount 12375 5. circa April/May 1926, Chicago, 2547-2, Paramount 12375 6. circa April/May 1926, Chicago, 2556-1, Paramount 12375.
The following events occurred in May 1925: Cyprus became a British crown colony. The Manifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals was published in Il Mondo. Mausoleums in Al-Baqi', Saudi Arabia were destroyed by King Ibn Saud. The All-China Federation of Trade Unions, the world's largest trade union organization with 134 million members, was founded in Guangzhou, Republic of China. Barcelona Sporting Club was founded in Ecuador.
Twenty-six of Papa Charlie Jackson's recordings dating between February 1926 and September 1928, and an extraordinary volume this is. Now firmly ensconced in the electrical recording era, the sound on these records brings out the rich texture of Jackson's banjo playing, and his singing is thoroughly enjoyable, as he runs through thinly veiled topical songs ("Judge Cliff Davis Blues"), playful romantic pieces ("Butter and Egg Man Blues"), bouncy rags ("Look Ou. The two-part "Up the Way Bound," dating from the spring of 1926, isn't quite as well recorded as some of the rest, featuring Jackson on guitar, but his vocal performance carries the song well enough - unfortunately, the second half of this piece, from side two of the original Paramount release, is neither as well recorded nor as well preserved.
In the 1960s and 1970s, a form called blues rock evolved. The term blues may have come from blue devils, meaning melancholy and sadness, the phrase blue devils may also have been derived from Britain in the 1600s, when the term referred to the intense visual hallucinations that can accompany severe alcohol withdrawal. As time went on, the phrase lost the reference to devils, by the 1800s in the United States, the term blues was associated with drinking alcohol, a meaning which survives in the phrase blue law, which prohibits the sale of alcohol on Sunday.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 2 (1927-1929)" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. During a recording career that spanned forty years, from 1926 to the mid 1960s, she worked with Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Clarence Williams, Luis Russell, Lonnie Johnson, and Bob Dylan. She also p. ore . Year: 2000.
Complete Recorded Works, Vo. 1926-1937 is a English album released on Jun 2005. Complete Recorded Works, Vo. 1926-1937 Album has 24 songs sung by Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon, Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Complete Recorded Works, Vo. 1926-1937 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
|1||Cheatin' on Me||Maggie Jones||3:17|
|2||Mamma (Won't You Come and Ma-Ma Me)||Maggie Jones||3:02|
|3||He's Just a Horn-Tootin' Fool||Maggie Jones||3:11|
|4||Go Get 'Em Caroline||Maggie Jones||3:15|
|5||Dallas Blues||Maggie Jones||3:05|
|6||South Street Blues||Maggie Jones||2:35|
|7||Never Drive a Beggar from Your Door||Maggie Jones||3:00|
|8||I'm a Black Bitin' Mama||Maggie Jones||3:01|
|9||Single Woman's Blues||Maggie Jones||2:51|
|10||Never Tell a Woman Friend||Maggie Jones||2:56|
|11||The Man I Love Is Oh So Good||Maggie Jones||3:05|
|12||I'm Leaving You||Maggie Jones||2:57|
|13||I'm a Real Kind Mama||Maggie Jones||3:00|
|14||You Ain't Gonna Feed in My Pasture Now||Maggie Jones||2:55|
|15||Mama Stayed Out the Whole Night Long (But Mama Didn't Do No Wrong) Andy Razaf||Maggie Jones||3:08|
|16||He Belongs to Me||Maggie Jones||3:01|
|17||Ground Hog Blues||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||3:03|
|18||Worried Blues Gladys Bentley||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||2:47|
|19||How Long-How Long Blues||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||2:51|
|20||Moanful Wailin' Blues||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||3:05|
|21||Wild Geese Blues||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||3:04|
|22||How Much Can I Stand? Gladys Bentley||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||3:08|
|23||Big Gorilla Man||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||2:54|
|24||Red Beans and Rice||Maggie Jones feat: Gladys Bentley||2:57|
CreditsBuster Bailey - Clarinet
Gladys Bentley - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Mickey Bloom - Trumpet
Harold Cooper - Conductor, Cornet
Charlie Dixon - Banjo
Jake Frazier - Trombone
Bob Fuller - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Charlie Green - Trombone
Fletcher Henderson - Piano
Louis Hooper - Piano
Cliff Jackson - Piano
Cliff Jackson & His Crazy Cats - Piano
Maggie Jones - Primary Artist, Vocals
Eddie Lang - Guitar
Louis Metcalf - Clarinet, Conductor, Cornet
Johnny Parth - Producer
Pete Pellezzi - Trombone
Andy Razaf - Composer
Joe "Fox" Smith - Conductor
Elmer Snowden - Banjo, Sax (Alto)
Gerhard Wessely - Remastering
John Wilby - Liner Notes
Clarence Williams - Piano