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Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues Volume Two FLAC album


Performer: Bessie Smith
Genre: Blues
Title: Empress Of The Blues Volume Two
Style: Piano Blues
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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’

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.

PLAY ALL. Empress Of The Blues Volume 2: 1926-1933 (CD A, 1926-1928). Released by JSP Records Jan 2007 24 Tracks.

Artist: Bessie Smith. Title: The Undisputed Queen Of The Blues. Sobbin' Hearted Blues. Dinah washington sings bessie smith album 1957 near mint record. This is the dinah washington sings bessie smith record album. The album is on emarcy records (mono) 36130 from 1957. The cover is in excellent condition and the record is near mint. Bessie Smith 78rpm Columbia Set Bessie Smith Empress of the Blues. Bessie Smith - Nobody's Blues But Mine - 2 x Vinyl LPs - Columbia Records.

Bessie Smith Honored by Tift Merritt, Abigail Washburn, Haley Bonar and more with Tribute Album: The Empress of the Blues: A Tribute to Bessie Smith. A blast of power and volume, writes Wondering Sound. The guitars are blunted by distortion, feedback wails and vanishes and Bonar’s voice is frantic and piercing. Throughout the 1920s Bessie Smith became one of the most popular singers in America. She sang it like it was, representing the African-American experience and the suffering of her people through raw, unadulterated country blues.

One of the most controversial racial incidents of the day sparked a huge myth but the truth was always there to be seen. Bessie Smith: The empress of the blues. 26 September 2017 ·. On this day in 1937: Bessie is involved in a car accident and passes away.

Your browser is not supported by the Slacker Radio web site. Bessie Smith: Empress Of The Blues. Other albums by Bessie Smith. The Singles 1923-1928, Vol. 8. Bessie Smith: The Blues Legend, Vol. 1.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Mean Old Bed Bug Blues
Guitar – Lincoln Conway*Piano – Porter GraingerWritten-By – Wood*
A2 Any Women's Blues
Piano – Fletcher HendersonWritten-By – Austin*
A3 Them's Graveyard Blues
Cornet – Joe Smith Piano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Charlie GreenWritten-By – Smith*
B1 Hot Spring Blues
Cornet – Joe Smith Piano – Fletcher HendersonTrombone – Charlie GreenWritten-By – Smith*
B2 Lookin' For My Man
Alto Saxophone – Ernest Elliot*Piano – Porter GraingerWritten-By – Smith*
B3 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Guitar – Lincoln Conway*Piano – Porter GraingerWritten-By – Green*

Credits

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

Notes

A1 + B3 recorded New York, Sept. 27th, 1927
A2 recorded New York, Oct. 16th, 1923
A3 + B1 recorded New York, Mar.3rd, 1927
B2 recorded New York, Sept. 28th, 1927