Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues album download
|1||Down Hearted Blues|
|2||Gulf Coast Blues|
|4||Baby Won't You Please Come Home|
|5||T' Ain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do|
|6||Whoa, Tillie, Take Your Time|
|7||My Sweetie Went Away|
|8||Any Woman's Blues|
|9||House Rent Blues|
|10||Weeping Willow Blues|
|14||Careless Love Blues|
|15||I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle|
|16||I Ain't Got Nobody|
|17||Empty Red Blues (Parts 1&2)|
|18||Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out|
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|B.P. 013||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues (CD, Comp)||Charly R&B, Altaya||B.P. 013||Poland||1998|
|15013||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues (CD, Comp)||Altaya||15013||Italy||Unknown|
|TC BM 31||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues (Cass, Comp)||Charly R&B||TC BM 31||Europe||1993|
|BB013||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues (CD, Comp)||Altaya, Charly R&B||BB013||Brazil||1996|
|CD BM 31||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues (CD, Comp)||Charly R&B||CD BM 31||Europe||1992|
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The Legend Of Bessie Smith: Empress Of The Blues. So much more than a blues singer, Bessie Smith was an icon for her race and gender, and her legend resonates like no other in the history of blues singers. Published on. April 15, 2019. The legend of Bessie Smith, who was born on 15 April 1984, and died, aged just 43, on 26 September 1937, has created an extra layer to what was a fascinating and monumental career. I’ve travelled and wandered almost everywhere To get a little joy from life Still I’ve gained but worries and despair Still struggling in this world of strife Oh me, oh my Wonder what will the end be Oh me, oh my Wonder what will become of poor me ‘Worried Life Blues’
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Garvin Bushell (tracks: B1). Cornet – Ed Allen (tracks: B1), Joe Smith (3) (tracks: A2, A4, A6), Louis Armstrong (tracks: A1, A3). Guitar – Bobby Johnson (tracks: B5 to B8), Eddie Lang (tracks: B4). Piano – Clarence Williams (tracks: B1, B2, B4), Fletcher Henderson (tracks: A2, A3, A6), Fred Longshaw (tracks: A8), James P. Johnson (tracks: B3), Porter Grainger (tracks: A7).
The greatest blues singer who& ever lived.
In her music, Bessie Smith - known as the "Empress Of The Blues" - communicated the kind of outward urgency and inner stillness that often signals the telling of an absolute truth. Carl Van Vechten Photograph Collection/Library of Congress. In her music, Bessie Smith - known as the "Empress Of The Blues" - communicated the kind of outward urgency and inner stillness that often signals the telling of an absolute truth.