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Bessie Smith - The Complete Recordings Vol. 3 (1925-1928) (1992)

12-03-2016, 08:46
Jazz | Blues | Soul | FLAC / APE


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Title: The Complete Recordings Vol. 3 (1925-1928)
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Columbia/Legacy
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Vocal Blues
Quality: Mp3 / FLAC (log,image+cue)
Total Time: 01:59:58
Total Size: 326 / 487 Mb
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Tracklist:

CD 1:
01. Red Mountain Blues 03:13
02. Golden Rule Blues 03:05
03. Lonesome Desert Blues 03:26
04. Them "Has Been" Blues 03:33
05. Squeeze Me 02:53
06. What's The Matter Now? 02:46
07. I Want Every Bit Of It 02:38
08. Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town 03:21
09. The Gin House Blues 03:14
10. Money Blues 03:12
11. Baby Doll 03:01
12. Hard Driving Papa 02:59
13. Lost Your Head Blues 02:56
14. Hard Time Blues 03:14
15. Honey Man Blues 03:14
16. One And Two Blues 02:55
17. Young Woman's Blues 03:09
18. Preachin' The Blues 02:52
19. Back Water Blues 03:19
20. After You've Gone 02:57
21. Alexander's Ragtime Band 02:58

CD 2:
01. Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan) 03:08
02. There'll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight 03:20
03. Trombone Cholly 03:12
04. Send Me To The 'Lectric Chair 03:23
05. Them's Graveyard Words 02:59
06. Hot Spring Blues 02:57
07. Sweet Mistreater 03:02
08. Lock And Key 02:59
09. Mean Old Bedbug Blues 03:14
10. A Good Man Is Hard To Find 03:02
11. Homeless Blues 03:01
12. Looking For My Man Blues 02:50
13. Dyin' By The Hour 03:00
14. Foolish Man Blues 02:55
15. Thinking Blues 03:10
16. Pickpocket Blues 02:44
17. I Used To Be Your Sweet Mama 02:51
18. I'd Rather Be Dead And Buried In My Grave 02:57

Listening to this collection, recorded from 1925 to 1928 as Bessie Smith's popularity grew, one only wishes that the recording technology of the day were a match for Smith's incredible voice. Naturally, this two-disc set contains many of her classic recordings, including "Back Water Blues," "Send Me to the 'Lectric Chair," "Lock and Key," "A Good Man Is Hard to Find," and "After You've Gone." This collection's also worth hearing for the backing musicians, who include Fletcher Henderson, James P. Johnson, Coleman Hawkins, and other luminaries of the day. To listen to Bessie Smith is to hear the blues unadulterated, and to understand what inspired so many contemporaries and later singers, from Billie Holiday to Janis Joplin. --Genevieve Williams





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