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Wheres My Woman Been - Various - Best Of The Blues (CD)

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  1. That album, production wise, has been like something I’ve been trying to strive for forever. It is the best produced album, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson kind of did that.
  2. Classic Blues Artwork From the s Calendar by Various Artists (CD, Sep, Blues Images) $ New Madonna & Missy Elliot Into The Hollywood Groove Gap Promo CD.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Best Of The Blues on Discogs.3/5(1).
  4. The 51 songs here represent some of the highlights from the vaults of Aristocrat, the precursor to the Chess label, but to get the rarities by St. Louis Jimmy, Forest City Joe, Little Johnny Jones, and Robert Nighthawk, listeners should be prepared to buy 25 Muddy Waters songs they likely already own. Actually, despite that drawback, this collection is fascinating for the perspective it gives.
  5. Jun 12,  · Bessie Smith, also known as the “Empress of the Blues,” made her mark on the music world during the s and 30s, and rose to fame with her hit rendition of “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out.”. Blues scholar C.C. Rider described Smith: “A mean temper, with a mouth like a sailor, a penchant for whiskey, and a taste for both men and women, Bessie Smith lived a life.
  6. May 16,  · Released in Track listing: Miss Maybelle - House Up On The Hill - Gone So Long - Skinny Woman - See What My Buddy Done - .
  7. "Classic Female Blues" or more accurately "Vaudeville Blues," was a field dominated by women singers that enjoyed its heyday in the s. Although officially introduced by Mamie Smith with her hit Okeh recording of "Crazy Blues" in , vaudeville entertainers such as "coon shouter" Sophie Tucker and comedienne Marie Cahill anticipated some aspects of the style on record prior to World War I.
  8. Any Woman's Blues is another of Rounder Records' endless attempts to pat themselves on the back and pocket some bread in the process. According to one of their own, who writes an alternate set of liner notes in the package, this album is intended to be a "celebration" of 30 years of women in blues on Rounder. Pardon my intense skepticism.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Blues Women on Discogs. Label: Orbis - BLU NC • Series: The Blues Collection - 73 • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Various: Blues Women.

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