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Title: Bessie Smith
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Golden Hits By Bessie Smith Vol 2. Bessie Smith. Lonesome Desert Blues. Bessie Smith, Bessie Smith and Her Band, Bessie Smith and Her Blue Boys, Bessie Smith, Bessie Smith and Her Blue Boys, Bessie Smith And Her Band. I'm Going Back to My Used to Be. Nashville Woman's Blues.
Bessie Smith (April 15, 1894 – September 26, 1937) was an American blues singer. Nicknamed the Empress of the Blues, she was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and was a major influence on fellow blues singers, as well as jazz vocalists. The 1900 census indicates that her family reported that Bessie Smith was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in July 1892
Dinah Sings Bessie Smith is a 1958 album by blues, R&B and jazz singer Dinah Washington released on the Emarcy label, and reissued by Verve Records in 1999 as The Bessie Smith Songbook. The album arrangements are headed by Robare Edmondson and Ernie Wilkins, and the songs are associated with American blues singer Bessie Smith.
This full Bessie Smith discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Bessie Smith album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Bessie Smith releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them.
Bessie Smith's wistful voice helped soundtrack the Roaring '20s, and her vital cuts serve as a master class in crafting a bluesy, lonesome mood. The sassy "Aggravatin' Papa" kicks things off as she takes aim at a two-timing beau, while the yearning "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" pairs her pained, at times guttural vocal with a sparse, lonely piano. By the time of the brilliantly doleful "Me and My Gin," she'll have you happy to wallow in a blues state of mind. The Essential Bessie Smith Bessie Smith.
|Down Hearted Blues||3:24|
|T'Ain't Nobody Bizness||3:28|
|My Sweetie Went Away||3:12|
|Weepin' Willow Blues||3:10|
|Follow The Deal On Down||3:16|
|You've Been A Good Ole Wagon||3:27|
|Cake Walking Babies||3:09|
|Nashville Woman's Blues||3:41|
|I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle||3:21|
|There'll Be A Hot Time||3:25|
|Empty Bed Blues (1 & 2)||6:22|
|Slow And Easy Man||2:54|
|New Orleans Hop Scop Blues||3:00|
|Long Old Road||3:17|
|Take Me A Buggy Ride||2:34|
|Gimme A Pigfoot||3:30|
|JT-059||Bessie Smith||Bessie Smith (CD, Comp)||Fabbri Editori||JT-059||Italy||1989|
|JT-059||Bessie Smith||Bessie Smith (CD, Comp, RE)||Orbis-Fabbri||JT-059||Europe||1993|
|A1||–Bessie Smith With Louis Armstrong||J. C. Holmes Blues|
|A2||–Bessie Smith||Black Mountain Blues|
|B1||–Bessie Smith With Joe Smith And Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six*||Baby Doll|
|B2||–Bessie Smith With James P. Johnson* And Charlie Green||Blue Spirit Blues|
NotesMade in Holland
Track A2 credited as "Bessie Smith With Orchestral Accompaniment"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
|429 120 BE||Bessie Smith||Bessie Smith (7", EP)||Philips||429 120 BE||Italy||Unknown|
|BBE.12233||Bessie Smith||Empress Of The Blues No.3 (7", EP)||Philips||BBE.12233||UK||Unknown|
|429 120 BE||Bessie Smith||Bessie Smith (7", EP, Mono)||Philips||429 120 BE||Europe||Unknown|