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L' Histoire du jazz vocal 1911-1940 André Francis et Jean Schwarz présentent

Publié par : Harmonia mundi , 2004
Caractéristiques physiques : 10 disques compacts AAA

Contient :
Some of these days - Sophie Tucker
Roll Jordan roll - Fisk University Jubilee Quartet
After you've gone - Marion Harris
Crazy blues - Mamie Smith
Down hearted blues - Bessie Smith
I've got the blues for Rampart street - Ida Cox
Graveyard dream blues - Bessie Smith
West Indies blues - Esther Bijeou
Blues ain't nothin' else but ! - Ida Cox
Boweavil blues - Bessie Smith
Weeping willow blues - Bessie Smith
Nobody knows the way I feel dis mornin' - Alberta Hunter
Black snake moan - Blind Lemon Jefferson
Cake walking babies from home - Eva Taylor
Sweet Georgia Brown - Ethel Waters
Soft pedal blues - Bessie Smith
Careless love - Bessie Smith
Shake that thing - Ethel Waters
Too tight blues - Blind Blake
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child - Paul Robeson
Fascinating rhythm - Fred Astaire
Death's black train is comin' - Rev.J.M. Gates
Young woman blues - Bessie Smith & her Blue Boys
Pratt city blues - Bertha 'Chippie' Hill
It's nobody fault but mine - Blind Willie Johnson
Back water blues - Bessie Smith
Alexander's ragtime band - Bessie Smith
Match box blues - Blind Lemon Jefferson
Dead drunk blues - Sippie Wallace
The Blues I love to sing - Adelhaide Hall
Dyin' by the hour - Bessie Smith
Foolish man blues - Bessie Smith
Dope head blues - Victoria Spivey
Cross eyed blues - Helen Humes
The Man I love - Marion Harris
Hotter than that - Louis Armstrong
I thought I'd do it - Hattie McDaniels
Waiting for a train - Jimmy Rodgers
Ain't no tellin' - Mississippi John Hurt
Warming by the devil's fire - Reverend Johnnie Blakey
Oh when the saints go marching in - Blind Willie Davis
Peaches in the springtime - Memphis Jug Band
Empty bed blues No 2 - Bessie Smith
Mississippi jail house blues - Rube Lacy
Georgia crawl - Henry Williams
Prove it on me blues - Ma Rainey
God's got a crown - Arizona Dranes
State street jive - Ivy Smith
Guess who's in town - Ethel Waters
Kassie jones - Walter 'Furry' Lewis
Some cold rainy day - Bertha 'Chippie' Hill
Viola lee blues - Noah Lewis
No more woman blues - Texas Alexander
Diga diga doo - Irving Mills
Basin street blues - Louis Armstrong
Screamin' and hollerin' the blues - Charley Patton
Bumble bee - Memphis Minnie
Georgia bound - Blind Blake
Sloppy joe - Sonny Greer
Decatur street tutti - Jabbo Smith
Beadle-um-bum - McKinney's Cotton Pickers
Mosquito man - Blind Lemon Jefferson
Nobody knows when you're down and out - Bessie Smith
Black and blue - Louis Armstrong
Wichita falls blues - T-Bone Walker
Camp meeting day - Noble Sissle
Nickle's worth of liver blues - Edith Johnson
Blue spirit blues - Bessie Smith
Come on mama - Georgia Tom Dorsey
After you've gone - Bing Crosby
Travelin' blues - Blind Willie McTell
St Louis blues - Louis Armstrong
Milk cow blues - Sleepy John Estes
I deamed of the judgement morning - Dunham Jubilee Singers
Puttin' on the ritz - Fred Astaire
On revival day - Bessie Smith
Baby won't you please come home - George Thomas
Good news - Hall Johnson
I got rhyhtm - Ethel Waters
No woman no nikel - Bumble Bee Slim
Shine - Louis Armstrong
Shipwreck blues - Bessie Smith
Heebie jeebies - George Morton
It's the girl - Boswell Sisters
Can't be botherred with no sheik - Rosa Henderson
Stardust - Louis Armstrong
Need a little sugar in my bowl - Bessie Smith
Georgia on my mind - Mildred Bailey
Too-too train - Big Bill Broonzy
How long has that evening train been gone - Leroy Carr
It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing - Ivie Anderson
I wanna count sheep - Harlan Lattimore
Some of these days - Bing Crosby
Little brother blues - Josh White
Rockin' chair - Mildred Bailey
Willow weep for me - Irene Taylor
My honey's lovin' arms - Mill Brothers
I gotta right to sing the blues - Lee Wiley
Stormy weather - Ethel Waters
The River's taking care of me - Connie Boswell
Nagasaki - Henry 'Red' Allen
Rude interlude - Louis Bacon
I gotta right to sing the blues - Jack Teagarden
Zah zuh zah - Cab Calloway
Love me - Jack Teagarden
Rhythm - Spirits of Rhythm
Take me for a buggy ride - Bessie Smith
King fish blues - Tampa Red
Old original kokomo blues - Kokomo Arnold
Stone pony blues - Charley Patton
Them bones - Mitchell's Christian Singers
Troubled waters - Ivie Anderson
As long as I live - Spirits of Rhythm
Dr Watson and Mr Holmes - Spirits of Rhythm
Blues before sunrise - Leroy Carr
Baltimore blues - Charlie McCoy
Symphony in black - Billie Holiday
Wildwood flower - Carter Family
Dirty mother for you - Memphis Minnie
Midnight special - Leadbelly
See see rider - Leadbelly
Lead me to the rock - Heavenly Gospel Singers
The Four blackbirds - Dixie Rhythm
I can't dance, I've got ants in my pants - Valaida Snow
I ain't got nobody - Cab Calloway
Down south blues - Sleepy John Estes
Honey dripper blues - Georgia White
I'm painting the town red - Billie Holiday
I feel a song comin' on - Frances Langford
Ashes in my whisky - Walter Jr. Davis
Truckin' - Fats Waller
My brown skin sugar plum - Blind Boy Fuller
I'm in the mood for love - Louis Armstrong
Cross road blues - Robert Johnson
Ramblin' on my mind - Robert Johnson
Hoodoo lady - Memphis Minnie
That bonus done gone thru - Lil Johnson
W.P.A blues - Bill Casey
All my life - Ella Fitzgerald
South bound blues - Kid Prince Moore
These foolish things - Billie Holiday
Billie's blues - Billie Holiday
Mr Paganini you'll have to swing it - Ella Fitzgerald
Where the lazy river goes by - Midge Williams
Flood water - Lonnie Johnson
The Big boat - Sam Washboard
Golden Gate gospel train - Golden Gate Quartet
Didn't it rain - Norfolk Jubilee Quartet
Smoke dreams - Mildred Bailey
Where the lazy river goes by - Gladys Palmer
I've got to be a rug cutter - Duke Ellington
I've got to be a rug cutter - Rex Stewart
Pistol slpeer blues - Blind Boy Fuller
You showed me the way - Ella Fitzgerald
Darling Nelly Gray - Louis Armstrong
Make me a pallet on the floor - Merline Johnson
Mean to me - Billie Holiday
Shake'em on down - Bukka White
Keep me every day - Mahalia Jackson
Good morning blues - Jimmy Rushing
Nice work if you can get it - Edythe Wright
The Folks who live on the hill - Maxine Sullivan
My man - Billie Holiday
I want ot be happy - Ella Fitzgerald
Bei Mir Bist du Schön - Andrew Sisters
Tiger rag - Mills Brothers
What more can a man do ? - Peetie Wheatstraw
Sweet Adeline - Golden Gate Quartet
Now they call it swing - Billie Holiday
Sent for you yesterday - Jimmy Rushing
Mule blues - Jazz Gillum
Chinatown my Chinatown - Slim & Slam
How long baby will you keep me this way - Rosetta Howard
You got to my head - Billie Holiday
Goodbye red - Sonny Boy Williamson
Shadrack - Louis Armstrong
Nobody knows the trouble I've seen - Louis Armstrong
Mailman blues - Tina Mayberry
Laugh and call it love - Nan Wynn
When you feel down - Yank Rachell
At long last love - Bea Wain
Two sleepy people - Fats Waller
The Blues ain't nothin' but... - Georgia White
Deep river - Marian Anderson
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child - Marian Anderson
Roll'em Pete - Big Joe Turner
Bourgeois blues - Leadbelly
I want Jesus to walk around my bedside - Selah Jubilee Singers
Tain't what you do - Trummy Young
My heart belongs to daddy - Helen Humes
Jeepers creepers - Louis Armstrong
More than you know - Billie Holiday
Goin' to Chicago blues - Jimmy Rushing
Undecided - Ella Fitzgerald
Mississippi dream boat - Jean Eldridge
She's gone - Cootie Williams
Mutinny in the parlor - Helen Ward
You set me on fire - Pha Terrell
If I could be with you - Helen Humes
Long gone blues - Billie Holiday
Something to live for - Ivie Anderson
Fine and mellow - Billie Holiday
Have mercy - Ella Fitzgerald
Too many drivers - Big Bill Broonzy
Nobody knows - Jimmy Rushing
Utt-da-zay - Barney Bigard
I'm checkin' out go'om bye - Ivie Anderson
Honeysuckle rose - Fats Waller
Day in, day out - Helen Forrest
All or nothing at all - Frank Sinatra
Think of me little daddy - Trummy Young
Body and soul - Martha Raye
Baby what else can I do - Ethel Waters
Death letter blues - Ida Cox
Your feet's too big - Fats Waller
Mighty like the blues - Hazel Scott
The Man I love - Billie Holiday
Fore day creep - Ida Cox
Parchman farm - Bukka White
Good morning blues - Leadbelly
Cross and evil blues - Blind Gary Davis
Wade in the water - Charioteers
Ezechiel saw the wheel - Charioteers
A Ship without sail - Lee Wiley
East St Louis blues - Faber Smith
I got rhyhtm - Viola Jefferson
Body and soul - Billie Holiday
New long down dog - Champion Jack Dupree
It never entered my mind - Shirley Ross
The Hour of parting - Maxine Sullivan
T-bone blues - T-Bone Walker
My castle rockin' - Alberta Hunter
Trouble - Josh White
Laughing at lilfe - Billie Holiday
You're driving me crazy - Valaida Snow
I want a little girl - Jimmy Rushing
The Dirty dozens - Sam Price
Piney brown blues - Big Joe Turner
Stardust - Frank Sinatra
War time blues - Sonny Boy Williamson
The Man I love - Helen Forrest
Key to the highway - Jazz Gillum
Embreceable you - Helen Ward
Blind Barnabus - Golden Gate Quartet
Delta blues - Son House
Me and my chauffeur - Memphis Minnie
Jezebel - Golden Gate Quartet
Type : CD

Résumé : Une anthologie incomparable des plus grandes voix du jazz avec des titres rares ou incontournables où l'on retrouve les maîtres du gospel et du blues, de la truculence de Ma Rainey à la majesté de Bessie smith, du folklorisme de Charley Patton à la voix flatteuse de Frank Sinatra.

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