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Download St. Louis Blues - Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues: Bessie Smith Classics No. 1: 1925-1926 (Cassette)

Label: Neovox - 702 • Format: Cassette Compilation, Numbered, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •


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8 Replies to “ St. Louis Blues - Bessie Smith - Empress Of The Blues: Bessie Smith Classics No. 1: 1925-1926 (Cassette) ”

  1. Makasa says:
    5/6. George Mellycontinues an adoring profile of Bessie Smith, the hugely influential blues andjazz singer whose s and 30s recordings - from St Louis Blues to Alexander's Ragtime Band-remain stirring classics. Tonight, Melly challenges the myth surrounding the strange circumstances of her death.
  2. Vusho says:
    Attention immediately turned to the original Empress of the blues, Bessie Smith (), whose career-defining catalog on Columbia from to , some plus master takes, deserved a new audience in the digital era.
  3. Faular says:
    Aug 20,  · Bessie Smith (April 15, – Sept. 26, ) was one of the most popular and best-selling performers and recording artists of the s. She was a highly accomplished blues singer of the "Classic Blues" tradition, a woman who began singing on the streets of Chattanooga, Tennessee at the age of 10, and rose to become the highest paid black entertainer in America.
  4. Dik says:
    Bessie was born in a time when there were no Government benefits for people. After Bessie's father died her mother probably went to work (low paid) and left the older children at home to look after the younger ones. Once Bessie's mother died too, things would have gotten even tougher for Bessie and her brothers and sisters.
  5. Vuzuru says:
    The Chronological Classics: Bessie Smith The Chronological Classics: Bessie Smith Bessie Smith, The Empress of the Blues Vol 1. ABC of the Blues Vol Blues Pack - Bessie Smith. Blues Greats (Downhearted Blues) Bessie Smith - St. Louis Blues, Vol. 2 () I Want Ev'ry Bit of It. The Quintessence: Bessie.
  6. JoJolmaran says:
    Sep 17,  · Known as the Empress of the Blues, Bessie Smith was one of the most popular singers of the Jazz Age and her influence is still keenly felt to this very day. Her themes of poverty, racial conflict and female sexuality were groundbreaking and challenging, though the very people oppressing her dismissed them on grounds of taste.
  7. Dagrel says:
    – Bessie Smith: St. Louis Blues: – Bessie Smith: Careless Love Blues: – Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra: Static Strut: – Erskine Tate's Vendome Orchestra: Stomp Off, Let's Go: – Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers: Weary Blues: – Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers: New Orleans Stomp: – Johnny.
  8. Natilar says:
    Bessie Smith Empress Of The Blues records, LPs and CDs.

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