Also, the title is slightly misleading: only three of the 40 tracks date from the 1930s. That's all the bad news. The good news is that this is a thorough sampler of distaff vocals from (primarily) the '40s, including the expected - the Andrews Sisters, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Peggy Lee, Dinah Shore, Jo Stafford, and Sarah Vaughan, each of whom gets two tracks - but also 22 other performers, among them lesser-known women who acquit themselves well, and legends. There are a few surprising match-ups of singer to song; all in all, however, these 40 selections provide a comprehensive view of the female singers of the World War II era.
A Great, Easy Listening, Piano Blues, Slow Boogie-Woogie Tune In A Albert Ammons 30's-40's Style Composed & Sequenced By Michael Walter Back In 1998 As A Tribute To Albert Ammons Blues, Bluesy Jazz, Boogie-Woogie, Piano Blues, Instrumental Blues, Originals, Stride. This MIDI Is In The Style Of The Original Famous Tune As Written And Recorded By David "Davy" Graham In 1962 As An Acoustic, Steel String, Guitar Instrumental And Later Covered By Many Others In Various Styles Over The Years 60's, British Folk, Folk, Folk-Blues, Folk-Jazz, Instrumentals.
Dive into the daring atmosphere of your grandparents’ epoch: Charleston, blues, swing, ragtime, spirituals, gospel, and big bands music. Western Swing is dance music, popular in the 30s and 40s, mostly in the south of America - in Texas, Oklahoma, and California. Swing, blues, charlstone and music of big bands on online radio. Genres: Jazz, 50s, 40s, 30s, Swing, Orchestra. 40s. We offer you a retrospective of the 1940s music. Dive into the daring atmosphere of your grandparents’ epoch: Charleston, blues, swing, ragtime, spirituals, gospel, and big bands music. Here you can also learn about the play technique of jazz musicians from various countries and cities in the 1940s. Learn how to differ style of jazzmen from New Orleans, Louisiana, and Kansas City. You do not need an old phonograph record.
Frankie Miller - The Rock (Chrysalis, 1975). Already hailed as one of the finest Scottish soul singers of the 70s, Frankie Miller was despatched to San Francisco to record his third album with producer Elliot Mazer and a band that included guitarist Henry McCullough and keyboard player Mick Weaver from the Grease Band. The Rock’s underlying Stax feel proved what a great singer/songwriter Miller was with the Memphis Horns kicking (br)ass and the Edwin Hawkins Singers laying down backing vocals on the brilliant A Fool In Love. There’s a great misconception about the first Led Zeppelin album. Many cloth-eared clowns and charlatans regard it as a heavy metal record. Bluesbreakers was the first blues album to chart in the UK, reaching N. in the summer of 1966. By then Clapton had already left to form Cream. Things were moving fast.
Henry Hall - Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf? (02:44, 192Kb/s). Radio Commerical - Meow Mix (00:31, 320Kb/s). Evenlyn Knight - A Little Bird Told Me (02:40, 320Kb/s). Reginald Dixon - Parade Of The Tin Soldiers (02:42, 192Kb/s). Sammy Kaye - Chickery Chick (02:19, 192Kb/s). Roger White - The Pied Piper (02:51, 192Kb/s).
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|A1||–Lil Green||My Mellow Man
Written-By – Willie Broonzy*
|A2||–Thomas "Fats" Waller*||Sugar Blues
Written-By – Williams*, Fletcher*
|A3||–Mildred Bailey||Downhearted Blues
Written-By – Hunter*, Austin*
|A4||–Oran "Hot Lips" Page*||My Fightin' Gal
Written-By – Leonard Feather
|A5||–Billie Holiday||Billie's Blues
Written-By – Billie Holiday
|A6||–Jimmy Rushing||Don't You Miss Your Baby?
Written-By – Count Basie
|B1||–Dinah Washington||Evil Gal Blues
Written-By – Leonard Feather
|B2||–"Pappa" Snow White||Blood On The Moon
Written-By – Oran Page*
|B3||–Wini Beatty||That Ain't Right, Baby||2:36|
|B4||–Pleasant Joe||Levee Blues
Written-By – Price*, Wilson*
|B5||–Julia Lee||I Was Wrong
Written-By – Red Burns
|B6||–Wynonie "Blues" Harris*||Baby, Look At You
Written-By – Wynonie Harris