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Bessie Smith - The Bessie Smith Story Scarica Album
Jazz / Blues
Interprete: Bessie Smith
Titolo: The Bessie Smith Story
Anno 1989
Paese Italy
Etichetta Deja Vu
Numero di Catalogo DVREMC 11
Genere: Jazz / Blues
Valutazione: 4.1
Voti: 965
Dimensione Mp3: 2018 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2818 mb
Dimensione Wma: 1389 mb
Registra da: Cassette, Compilation

Bessie Smith - The Bessie Smith Story Scarica Album


1Squeeze Me
Written-By – C. Williams, T. Waller
2After You've Gone
Written-By – H. Creamer, T. Layton
3Hard Time Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
4Lost Your Head Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
5Baby Doll
Written-By – B. Smith
6New Gulf Coast Blues
Written-By – C. Williams
7Back Water Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
8Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town
Written-By – G. Brooks
9What's The Matter Now?
Written-By – C. Williams, S. Williams
10Hard Driving Papa
Written-By – G. Brooks
11J. C. Holmes Blues
Written-By – G. Horsley
12He's Gone Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
13Careless Love Blues
Written-By – W.C. Handy
14Money Blues
Written-By – D. Kapp, G. Coleman, H. Eller
15Lonesome Desert Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
16One And Two Blues
Written-By – G. Brooks
17The Gin House Blues
Written-By – F. Henderson, H. Troy
18I Ain't Got Nobody
Written-By – R. Graham, S. Williams
19My Man Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
20Young Woman's Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
21Preachin' The Blues
Written-By – B. Smith
22I Want Every Bit Of It
Written-By – d. Williams, S. Williams
23Nobody's Blues But Mine
Written-By – C. Williams
24I've Been Mistreated And I Don't Like It
Written-By – F.W. Longshaw
25Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written-By – I. Berlin


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DVRECD 11Bessie Smith The Bessie Smith Story ‎(CD, Comp)Deja VuDVRECD 11Italy1989

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The Bessie Smith Story, Vol. 1 - Bessie Smith. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Bessie Smith April 15, 1894 September 26, 1937 was an American blues singer widely renowned during the Jazz Age. Nicknamed the Empress of the Blues, she was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and was a major influence on fellow blues singers, as well as jazz vocalists. The Essential Bessie Smith. Although there are a multitude of box sets chronicling Bessie's entire recorded career, this two-disc, 36-song set sweats it down to the bare essentials in quite an effective manner. Bessie could sing it all, from the lowdown moan of St. Louis Blues and Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out to her torch treatment of the jazz standard After You've Gone to the downright salaciousness of Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl. Covering a time span from her first recordings in 1923 to her final session in 1933, this is the perfect entry-le. Songs in album Bessie Smith - The Bessie Smith Story Vol. Bessie Smith - The St. Louis Blues. Bessie Smith - I Ain't Goin' To Play Second Fiddle. Bessie Smith - You've Been A Good Ole Wagon. Bessie Smith - Sobbin' Hearted Blues. Bessie Smith - Reckless Blues. Bessie Smith - J. Holmes Blues. Bessie Smith - Careless Love Blues. Bessie Smith - Cold In Hand Blues. Bessie Smith - N. Bessie Smith 2018 - download mp3 or listen online. Songs list. Download each separately, rating. Most important - you can download the album Bessie Smith to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Bessie Smith 2018. Assisting Artists: Louis Armstrong Fred Longshaw Fletcher Henderson Joe Smith Buster Bailey Charlie Green Kaiser Marschall Charlie Dixon Coleman. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Bessie Smith. The Bessie Smith Story Cass, Comp. Deja Vu. DVREMC Smith. The first major blues and jazz singer on record and one of the most powerful of all time, Bessie Smith rightly earned the title. The pioneering singer influenced blues, jazz, rock and beyond with her powerful voice and inventive delivery, displaying a greatness rooted in the ability to channel her life story into her work. Bessie Smith began to sing at a young age and in 1923 signed a contract with Columbia Records. Soon she was among the highest-paid black performers of her time with hits like Downhearted Blues. By the end of the 1920s, however, her popularity had lessened, though she continued to perform and made new recordings at the start of the Swing Era. Her father, a Baptist minister, died soon after her birth, leaving her mother to raise her and her siblings. Around 1906 her mother and two of her brothers died and Smith and her remaining siblings were raised by their aunt. Features Song Lyrics for Bessie Smith's The Bessie Smith Story album