Complete your Della Reese collection. You've Been A Good Old Wagon. Sent For You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today). The Story Of The Blues (LP, Album, Mono).
The Story of the Blues is an album by singer and actress Della Reese. It is a concept album about the history of the blues. Before each song, there's a small spoken narrative by Della Reese. The Story of the Blues. Squeeze Me. Lover Man. Things Ain't What They Used to Be. Stormy Weather. There's Always the Blues.
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Delloreese Patricia Early (July 6, 1931 – November 19, 2017), known professionally as Della Reese, was an American jazz and gospel singer, actress, and ordained minister whose career spanned seven decades. Reese's long career began as a singer, scoring a hit with her 1959 single "Don't You Know?". In the late–1960s, Reese hosted her own talk show, Della, which ran for 197 episodes.
Album · 1957 · 11 Songs. There's Always the Blues (LP Version). 11 Songs, 35 Minutes. Released: Dec 31, 1957. 1958 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company for world excluding US, Canada, Mexico and (P) 1958 Rhino Entertainment, a Warner Music Group Company for US, Canada, Mexico.
Story of the Blues) First they take your pride, then turn it all inside, and then you realize you got nothing left to lose. So you try to stop, try to get back up, and then you realize you're telling the Story of the Blues. Felling browbeaten day after day, I think It's over but I just can't get away. the story of the blues) First they take your pride, then turn It all inside, and then you realize you got nothing left to lose
|A1||The Story Of The Blues||1:27|
|A2||Good Morning Blues||2:50|
|A3||Empty Bed Blues||2:50|
|A5||You've Been A Good Old Wagon||2:45|
|A6||Sent For You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)||1:52|
|B1||St. James Infirmary||3:21|
|B2||Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)||3:05|
|B3||Things Ain't What They Used To Be||2:28|
|B5||There's Always The Blues||2:45|
- Conductor – Sy Oliver
- Narrator – Della Reese
- Vocals – Della Reese
|SDJLP 1095||Della Reese||The Story Of The Blues (LP)||Jubilee||SDJLP 1095||US||1959|
|JGM-1095||Della Reese||The Story Of The Blues (LP, Album, Mono, RP)||Jubilee||JGM-1095||US||Unknown|
|JLP-1095||Della Reese||The Story Of The Blues (LP, Mono)||Jubilee||JLP-1095||Canada||1959|
|JGM 1095, 1095||Della Reese||The Story Of The Blues (LP, Album, Mono)||Jubilee, Jubilee||JGM 1095, 1095||US||1959|
|JLP-1095||Della Reese||The Story Of The Blues (LP, Mono)||Jubilee||JLP-1095||US||1959|