Blues musicians are musical artists who are primarily recognized as writing, performing, and recording blues music. They come from different eras and include styles such as ragtime-vaudeville, Delta and country blues, and urban styles from Chicago and the West Coast. Not listed in the above section. Not listed in the above sections.
One of the best jazz singers among contemporary jazz, Chicago-born Elling made his debut album for Blue Note in 1995 and quickly established himself as name to reckon with. Able to scat and improvise with his voice like an instrumentalist, Elling is also an astute interpreter of standards and a writer of strong original material. 24: June Christy (1925-1990). Like so many female singers from jazz’s golden age, Texas-born Christy (born Shirley Luster) first made her mark in the big band swing era. In 1945, she successfully auditioned to replace Anita O’Day in Stan Kenton’s orchestra and graced.
The album's inventive but a little white bread in its relentlessly wholesome, upbeat tone. Pop fans might hear echoes of the Swingle Singers' work, whether direct or coincidental, in the harmonies of artists like the Association and the Beach Boys, and a . rock group, the Belfast Gypsies, a spinoff of Them, actually based its "Aria of the Fallen Angels" on the Swingle Singers' reading of "Aria" on this album. The Swingle Singers' scat vocal jazz swing arrangements of Johann Sebastian Bach classics were among their most popular material, particularly in Europe (where they actually enjoyed some chart success in the . Accompanied by nothing more than double bass and drums, the octet distributed their vocal parts equally among two sopranos, two altos, two tenors, and two basses, favoring brisk tempos.
Female Blues Singers, Vol. 5: C/D/E (1921-1928). Vol. 5 in this 14-CD series has all of the recordings by Ruth Coleman (other than one number released elsewhere of her with Jimmy O'Bryant), Henryette Davis, Madlyn Davis (other than her 1928 recordings with Tampa Red), Louise De Vant (other than her session with Perry Bradford), Jessie Derrick, Dorothy Dodd, and Maureen Englin.
Album · 1999 · 16 Songs. 4. Charleston Is the Best Dance After All. Unknown. Complete Jazz Series 1929 - 1938. Hot Jazz In the Twenties Vol. 2. 1999. Jabbo Smith's Sa-Sha Stomp. Jabbo Smith & His Rhythm Aces - 1929 (The Complete Set). The Best of the Hot 5 & Hot 7 Recordings. The Essential Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong Plays .
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|A1||–Bertha "Chippie" Hill||Pratt City Blues|
|A2||–Bertha "Chippie" Hill||Pleadin' For The Blues|
|A3||–Butterbeans And Susie*||He Likes It Slow|
|A4||–Butterbeans And Susie*||Construction Gang|
|A5||–Margaret Johnson||E Flat Blues|
|A6||–Margaret Johnson||If I Let You Get Away With It|
|A7||–Cleo Gibson||Nothing But Blues|
|A8||–Cleo Gibson||I've Got Ford Movements In My Hips|
|B1||–Sara Martin||Blind Man Blues|
|B2||–Sara Martin||Atlanta Blues|
|B3||–Sippie Wallace||The Flood Blues|
|B4||–Sippie Wallace||Bedroom Blues|
|B5||–Victoria Spivey||My Handy Man|
|B6||–Victoria Spivey||Organ Grinder Blues|
|B7||–Mamie Smith||Jenny's Ball|
NotesParlophone PMC 1177
E.M.I. Records Limited
Hayes Middlesex England
|S1240||Various||Blues Singers (Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties) (LP, Comp)||Swaggie Records||S1240||Australia||1967|
|O 83 250||Various||Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties 4 (Blues Singers And Accompanists) (LP, Comp)||Odeon||O 83 250||Germany||Unknown|
|33QPX 8033||Various||Blues Singers And Accompanists (Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties) (LP, Comp)||Columbia||33QPX 8033||Italy||1962|