Rosa Henderson - The Essential album flac
Title: The Essential
MP3 album: 1677 mb
FLAC album: 1433 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Blues
In 2001, the Classic Blues series devoted a double CD to Rosa Henderson, a bluesy jazz singer who recorded about 100 sides for a dozen labels during the years 1923-1931. This woman's voice can really grow on you, and more people ought to get a chance to hear her sing. Born Rosa Deschamps in Henderson, KY, in 1896, she joined her uncle's traveling carnival at a young age, toured throughout Texas and the southwestern United States, then became active on the Negro vaudeville circuit where she met and eventually married one Douglas "Slim" Henderson.
Rosa Henderson – The Essential. Label: Classic Blues – CBL 200024. Series: The Essential (8) –. Format: 2 CD, Compilation.
Rosa Henderson (November 24, 1896 – April 6, 1968) was an American jazz and classic female blues singer and vaudeville entertainer of the Harlem Renaissance era. Born Rosa Deschamps in Henderson, Kentucky, she is remembered as one of the great female blues singers of the 1920s and 1930s classic blues era. Her career as an entertainer began in 1913 when she joined her uncle's circus troupe. She married Douglas "Slim" Henderson in 1918 and began traveling with his Mason-Henderson show
This 2 CD compilation of generally non-12-bar "blues" songs by Rosa Henderson is part of a series of re-releases of some of the original recordings of the great female blues singers of the twenties and thirties. Some of the other sets, while they also contain some dynamite materials here and there, get a bit tiresome, since they are largely just lots of good female vocalists doing covers of dozens of 12-bar standards, in most cases accompanied only by a pianist, who may be very talented, or quite mediocre.
Born Rosa Deschamps in Henderson, Henderson County, Kentucky, she is remembered as one of the greats of the 1920s and 1930s classic blues era. She married Douglas "Slim" Henderson in 1918 and began travelling with his Mason-Henderson show. Her career as a musical comedian started during the early 1920s, after she moved to New York where she performed on Broadway and eventually in London. Her nine year recording career began in 1923
Rosa Henderson Vol. 1 (1923). 22 tracks · 31 December 1994. Rosa Henderson Vol. 2 (1924).
Artist: Rosa Henderson. Album: Blues Hits, Essential Tracks & Rarities, Vol. 7. Release year: 2015. Rosa Henderson - Do It, Mr. So-So Classic Blues & Vaudeville Singers Vol. 5 (1922-1930), 1999 02:56. Artist: Rosa Henderson.
Rosa Henderson, Album. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1924-1926). Other albums by Rosa Henderson. 4 (1926-1931). The strongest of the four Document CDs that reissue the entire output of 1920s classic blues singer Rosa Henderson, this set matches the spirited vocalist with the Choo Choo Jazzers, the Kansas City Five, or a trio known as the Three Jolly Miners or the Three Hot Eskimos, including such sidemen as s Rex Stewart, Louis Metcalf, and Bubber Miley plus. pianist Cliff Jackson.
Album · 2003 · 40 Songs. Jimmy Yancey Vol. 3 1943 - 1950.
|1||Midnight Blues (A Wee Hours Chant)|
|2||Black Snake Moan|
|3||Dyin' Crapshooter's Blues|
|4||Where (Can That Somebody Be)?|
|5||Down South Blues|
|6||Papa Will Be Gone|
|7||Papa, If You Can't Do Better|
|8||If You Don't Give Me What I Want (I'll Get It Somewhere Else)|
|9||Barrel House Blues|
|10||Don't Advertise Your Man|
|11||Poplar Bluff Blues|
|12||Daddy, Come Back|
|13||Let's Talk About My Sweetie|
|15||He May Be Your Dog, But He's Wearing My Collar|
|16||I've Got Somebody Now|
|17||He's My Man|
|18||Every Woman's Blues|
|1||My Papa Doesn't Two Time No Time|
|2||Clearing House Blues|
|3||Slow Up Papa|
|4||I'm Saving It All For You|
|5||Do That Thing|
|6||Nobody Knows The Way I Feel Dis Mornin'|
|7||Mama Is Waitin' For You|
|8||Can't Be Bothered With No Sheik|
|9||I'm A Good Gal (But I'm A Thousan' Miles From Home)|
|10||You Get Mad|
|11||Hey Hey And He He, I'm Charleston Crazy|
|12||The Basement Blues|
|14||Fortune Teller Blues|
|15||Twelfth Street Blues|
|17||Do Right Blues|
|18||How Come You Do Me Like You Do?|