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Jay McShann - And The Blues Singers 1941-1949 FLAC album


Performer: Jay McShann
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Title: And The Blues Singers 1941-1949
Released: 2000
FLAC version ZIP size: 1843 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1771 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1143 mb
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1. (00:02:51) Jay Mcshann - Confessin The Blues. 2. (00:02:55) Jay Mcshann - Hootie Blues. 3. (00:02:46) Jay Mcshann - Baby Heart Blues.

Jay McShann (January 12, 1916 – December 7, 2006) was an American Grammy Award-nominated jump blues, mainstream jazz, and swing bandleader, pianist and singer. 1. Confessin' the Blues.

April 30, 1941 - November 1, 1949. Boisterous Earthy Rollicking Sophisticated. Jay McShann and the Blues Singers: 1941-1949.

ArtistJay McShann Album Jay McShann and the Blues Singers: 1941-1949 Release Date Mar 6, 2001 Recording Date Apr 30, 1941 - Nov 1, 1949 Label EPM Type Compilation Genre Jazz Style Big Band. Confessin' the Blues Brown, McShann 2:53 2. Hootie Blues Brown, McShann, Parker 2:56 3. Baby Heart Blues Brown, McShann 2:47 4. Hootie's Ignorant Oil Anderson, McShann 2:44 5. Lonely Boy Blues Brown, McShann 2:57 6. The Jumpin' Blues McShann 3:03 7. Wrong Neighborhood Hall, Mcshann, Merrill 3:22 8. Trouble in Mind Jones 2:51

Jay mc shann and the blues singers. 2006 Blues Collection Historic Recordings. Spoon sings the blues. Jay McShann, Jimmy Witherspoon. 2006 Blues Collection. 2006 Jazz Archives No. 187. Spoon Sings the Blues 1946-1950. Mississippi Juke Joint Blues (9th September 1941). Bo Diddley Salutes His Friends. No. 1 Classic Jazz & Swing Album. Song Corner - Swing Wing, Vol.

The Rolling Stones recorded a cover version of "Confessin' the Blues" on their album Five by Five (1964). The song was written by McShann and Walter Brown in the 1940s. The crime-fiction writer Elmore Leonard featured McShann as a character in his 2005 novel The Hot Ki. .1941-43: New York – 1208 Miles (Decca). 1947-49: The Band that Jumps the Blues (Black Lion). 1954: Kansas City Memories, Jay McShann Orchestra, with Charlie Parker, Walter Brown, Al Hibbler and Paul Quinichette (Decca). Singers from Oklahoma. American blues singers. American blues pianists. American male pianists.

Tracklist

1 Confessin' The Blues 2:51
2 Hootie Blues 2:54
3 Baby Heart Blues 2:45
4 Hootie's Ignorant Oil 2:42
5 Lonely Boy Blues 2:55
6 The Jumpin' Blues 3:00
7 Wrong Neighborood 3:12
8 Trouble In Mind 2:48
9 Hard-Working Man's Blues 3:20
10 Walking 3:22
11 Merry-Go-Round-Blues 3:08
12 Crown Prince Boogie 2:49
13 Voodoo Woman Blues 2:36
14 Have You Ever Loved A Woman? 2:46
15 How Long Blues 3:05
16 Money's Getting Cheaper 2:56
17 Thinking About My Baby 2:39
18 Spoon Calls Hootie 2:44
19 Twelve O'Clock Whistle 2:55
20 You Better Leave My Woman Alone 2:38
21 Nasty Attitude 2:51
22 New Style Baby 2:35

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  • Barcode: 3540131599020
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