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Various Artists - Gin House Blues: Great Women of the Blues flac album

Various Artists - Gin House Blues: Great Women of the Blues flac album
  • Performer: Various Artists
  • Title: Gin House Blues: Great Women of the Blues
  • Genre: Blues
  • Style: Acoustic Chicago Blues,Big Band,Classic Female Blues,Delta Blues,Dixieland,Early Jazz,New Orleans Jazz,Pre-War Country Blues,Regional Blues,Swing
  • Recording date: March 18, 1926 - March 24, 1939
  • Date of release: June, 1992
  • MP3 size: 1966 mb
  • FLAC size 1105 mb
  • Formats ADX MOD RA VOX VQF AU
  • Duration: 01:01:48

Gin House Blues" is the title of two different blues songs, which have become confused over the years. Both songs were first recorded by Bessie Smith. The song originally titled "Gin House Blues" was written in 1925 by Fletcher Henderson with lyrics by Henry Troy, and recorded by Bessie Smith with Henderson on 18 March 1926.

Gin House Blues" is the title of two different blues songs, which have become confused over the years. Amen Corner singles chronology. Gin House Blues" (1967). "The World of Broken Hearts"" (1967). Recorded versions of "Me and My Gin" under the title "Gin House Blues".

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The Blues "White Album". The rest of the cuts feature various Telarc blues artists fronting a core group consisting of . Smith on guitar, T-Bone Wolk on bass, Peter Re on bass, and Steve Holley on drums. Lucky Peterson does an OK job on "Yer Blues," making it sound more like a straight blues song and less like the over-the-top but undeniably entertaining rant that John Lennon gave us in the original. The end result sounds something like a David Bowie imitator jamming with a house band, which is not something many people would pay good money to hear. But it still beats the heck out of Jimmy Thackery and The Drivers. Colin Linden does a nice job with "Blackbird," playing it straight vocally with some nice acoustic guitar work.

This list of blues singers, ranks the best blues music artists, singers, and musicians, and has been voted on and ranked by blues. List Rules Best artists of the blues genre-a style that originated in African-American communities in the Deep South of the . Whether you like Muddy Waters, Robert Johnson, or that bluesy broad Etta James, there's now denying they're all some of the most famous blues musicians of all time. This list of blues singers, ranks the best blues music artists, singers, and musicians, and has been voted on and ranked by blues fans worldwide.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 What Have You Done to Make Me Feel This Way? 2:56
2 Graysom Street Blues 2:55
3 Gin House Blues Fletcher Henderson / Henry Troy 3:16
4 Sweet Virginia Blues 2:53
5 Low Down Dirty Groundhog 2:54
6 When a 'Gator Hollers, Folks Say It's a Sign of Rain 2:56
7 After You've Gone Henry Creamer / Turner Layton 2:56
8 Way After One & My Daddy Ain't Come Home Yet 3:12
9 Rent Man Blues 3:06
10 Goin' Crazy With the Blues James P. Johnson / Andy Razaf 3:17
11 Hard Driving Papa 2:55
12 If You're a Viper 3:09
13 Do Your Duty Wesley Wilson 2:33
14 My Daddy Rocks Me 2:40
15 I've Lost My Head over You 2:37
16 I'm Tired of Fattenin' Frogs for Snakes 2:55
17 Young Woman's Blues 3:08
18 Rosetta Blues 2:49
19 Double Crossin' Papa 2:45
20 This Is the End 3:07
21 What's the Matter Now? 2:49

Credits:

Buster Bailey - Clarinet
Sidney Bechet - Clarinet, Sax (Soprano)
Wellman Braud - Bass
Colin Brown - Compilation Producer, Producer
Teddy Bunn - Guitar
Buddy Christian - Banjo
Rosetta Crawford - Vocals
Henry Creamer - Composer
Charlie Dixon - Banjo
Fred Flynn - Drums
Richard "Dick" Fullbright - Bass
Bob Fuller - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Jimmy Harrison - Trombone
Fletcher Henderson - Composer, Piano
Babe Hines - Vocals
Rosetta Howard - Vocals
Charlie Irvis - Trombone
Mike Jackson - Piano
Elmer James - Bass
James P. Johnson - Composer, Piano
Margaret Johnson - Vocals
Ransom Knowling - Bass
Tommy Ladnier - Trumpet
Turner Layton - Composer
Horace Malcolm - Piano
Charlie McCoy - Guitar, Mandolin
Kansas Joe McCoy - Guitar
Lether McGraw - Vocals
Mezz Mezzrow - Clarinet
Herb Morand - Trumpet
Thomas Morris - Cornet
Harry Prather - Bass
Sammy Price - Piano
Odell Rand - Clarinet
Andy Razaf - Composer
Charlie Shavers - Trumpet
Zutty Singleton - Drums
Bessie Smith - Performer, Vocals
Carl "Tatti" Smith - Trumpet
Joe "Fox" Smith - Clarinet, Cornet
Mamie Smith - Performer, Vocals
Trixie Smith - Vocals
O'Neill Spencer - Drums
Skeets Tolbert - Clarinet
Arthur Trappier - Drums
Henry Troy - Composer
Tony Watts - Compilation Producer, Liner Notes, Producer
Clarence Williams - Piano
Wesley Wilson - Composer
Edna Winston - Vocals
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