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It is extremely difficult to give the fabled story of the blues its fair due in just under 40 tracks, but this collection does a marvelous job, and functions as a varied and well-balanced history of one of America's most important musical styles. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
The album that carried reggae music to the four corners of the Earth and made Bob Marley an international superstar also set the political tone for many artists to follow. Marley sang of life where the living is hardest in Concrete Jungle and looked back to Jamaica’s ignoble slaving past – No chains around my feet but I’m not free. 19/40 West Side Story Soundtrack (1961). Life is all right in America, If you're all white in America yelp the immigrants in this passionate and political musical relocating of Romeo and Juliet to Fifites New York. Leonard Bernstein’s sophisticated score is a melting pot of pop, classical and Latin music; Stephen Sondheim’s lyrics sharp as a flick knife. 34/40 The Great Gospel Men (1993), Various artists. Compared to the blues, the incalculable influence of gospel music on pop, soul and rock ’n’ roll has been underplayed. It can be found in every song on this brilliant 27-track compilation.
Story of the white Blues. The Largest Collection in Germany. If you thought Nashville was known only for country music, then this collection of classic blues from Excello Records will give you food for thought.
s "West End Blues" and "Potato Head Blues" and 's rousing rendition of Billy Strayhorn's anthem, "Take the A Train," and his moody "Solitude" show why they are the Olympian masters of this art form-and the most frequently featured artists in the series. Ken Burns Jazz is the accompaniment to a film - the story as Burns tells it. In Burns' 10-part telling, the first nine episodes run through 1961, with the last summarizing the music since. The first four discs support Burns' story quite well - that is to say, he succeeds in setting the music in a meaningful context for general listeners.
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|1||–Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues|
|2||–Blind Willie Johnson||Dark Was The Night (Cold Was The Ground)|
|3||–Blind Lemon Jefferson||Match Box Blues|
|4||–Bessie Smith||Backwater Blues|
|5||–Sylvester Weaver||Guitar Rag|
|6||–Blind Willie Johnson||It's Nobody's Fault But Mine|
|7||–Mississippi John Hurt||Frankie|
|8||–Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang||A Handful Of Riffs|
|9||–Tampa Red & Georgia Tom||You Can't Get That Stuff No More|
|10||–Lonnie Johnson||No More Troubles Now|
|11||–Charley Patton||High Sheriff Blues|
|12||–Robert Johnson||Come On In My Kitchen|
|13||–Blind Boy Fuller||Baby You Gotta Change Your Mind|
|14||–Memphis Minnie||I'm A Bad Luck Woman|
|15||–Robert Johnson||Cross Road Blues|
|16||–Leadbelly||Parchman Farm Blues|
|18||–Son House||Death Letter|
|19||–Muddy Waters||Hard Day Blues|
|20||–Muddy Waters||Baby, Please Don't Go|
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records – A24483
- Published By – Friedman Fairfax Publishers
- Author – Peter O.E. Bekker, Jr.
- Booklet Editor – Nathaniel Marunas
- Design – Patrick McCarthy
- Producer – Michael Friedman
NotesTotal Playing Time 63:43
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (CD): 720593799814 00081
- Barcode (Booklet): 9781567990812 90000
- Other (Booklet): ISBN 1-56799-081-9
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-081507 3
Title: The Story Of The Blues - The Life, Times, & Music Series
Date of release: 1994
Size MP3: 1265 mb
Size FLAC: 1981 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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