7 thoughts on “ St. Louis Blues - Various - Jazz Station 60 Songs (CD, Album)

  1. As the Depression's early days brought Southern musicians to Northern cities, the Chicago blues scene absorbed and incorporated these new arrivals. Ensembles grew, the blues became more popular, and individual musicians' styles combined to form a sound that reflected musicians' familiarity with.
  2. Album · · 18 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 18 Songs. Boogie Woogie On St. Louis Blues. Earl Hines and His Orchestra. 9. Apple Music Jazz Earl Hines Essentials Apple Music Jazz.
  3. Being relatively new to Jazz myself, the choice of Jazz albums seems staggering, even the number of Louis Armstrong CD's is daunting - but this is one of the best there is (the rather damning Penguin Jazz Guide review is based on an early reissue, this version of the original masters is worthy of a full 5 stars)/5(79).
  4. A wonderful pairing of jazz giant Louis Armstrong with revered father of the blues composer W.C. Handy. These historic sessions from 19include St. Louis Blues; Loveless Love, plus five previously unreleased tracks.
  5. He wrote over 60 blues, spirituals, and popular tunes, including the perennial blues standard St. Louis Blues. W.C. Handy was born in Florence, Alabama, November 16, , the son of former slaves. His first instrument was the coronet, and he advanced from lessons in a barbershop to studying classical music.
  6. Unofficial releases which have a printed "CBS" logo can be found here: CBS (2) Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., former owner of the various CBS companies, was established in , and in , its recorded music division CBS Records was mousdaritajufebvkatabilmacorthylp.coinfo was initially set up to distribute and market releases on the CBS label overseas, from their US catalog owned by .
  7. Nov 14,  · Since first appearing in , “St. Louis Blues” has become one of the most famous, celebrated, and recorded jazz standards in history. Handy recorded his best version of the song in and three years later, in , Fats Waller would play it on a Victor Studio organ as his first ever solo recording.

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