Lena Horne, The Dixieland Jazz Group - Joe Turner Blues / Aunt Hagar's Blues mp3 album
Soloist, Vocals – Lena HorneWritten-By – W. C. Handy. Written-By – W. E. Aunt Hagar's Blues. Soloist, Vocals – Lena HorneWritten-By – W. F. East St. Louis Blues.
Aunt Hagar's Blues (Handy) by The Dixileland Jazz Group of "NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street" with Lena Horne, conducted by Henry Levine. Original 78rpm courtesy of The Rick Colom Collection: Victor 27544, originally issued in Victor album P-82, recorded in NYC June 25, 1941. Other posted Victor albums featuring music from the CMSOLBS include: P-56 NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street (Dinah Shore, vocal) P-86 NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street II (Dinah Shore, vocal) P-119 Strictly From Dixie (Linda Keene, vocal).
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Listen to Aunt Hagar's Blues (06-25-41) from Lena Horne's Complete Jazz Series 1936 - 1941 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Complete Jazz Series 1936 - 1941. Do you know the lyrics for this track?
The Dixieland Jazz Group Songs. Careless Blues song from the album The Dixieland Jazz Group is released on Jul 2009. The duration of song is 02:52. This song is sung by Lena Horne.
LP with Henry Levine Barefoot Dixieland, Dinah Shore, Lena Horne, NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street, Sidney Bechet and Paul Laval and his Woodwindy Ten. Rare Find -New Condition Factory cellophane sealed shrink wrapped. Corner crease in jacket, yellowing from glue binding. CAL-802 RCA Camden, NJ 1964. The Music of the Three B'. .Songs: Side One: Mood Indigo - Muskrat Ramble - Sophisticated Lady - Basin Street Blues - Star Dust - Body and Soul. Side Two: St. Louis Blues - Memphis Blues - Beale Street Blues - Aunt Hagar's.
Aunt Hagar's Blues", the biblical Hagar, handmaiden to Abraham and Sarah, was considered the "mother" of African Americans. Beale Street Blues" (1916), written as a farewell to Beale Street of Memphis, which was named Beale Avenue until the song's popularity caused it to be changed. Long Gone John (from Bowling Green)", about a famous bank robber. The Old Town Pump/Sweet Child Introducing Pallet on the Floor (Columbia (1917). A Bunch of Blues/Moonlight Blues (Columbia (1917). Livery Stable Blues/That Jazz Dance Everyone Is Crazy About (Columbia (1917). The Hooking Cow Blues/Ole Miss Rag (Columbia (1917). The Snaky Blues/Fuzzy Wuzzy Rag (Columbia (1917).
Blues Train with Big Joe Turner and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson & Roomful of Blues are the recordings included, and they offer some of the very best, and certainly seminal, early-period work of the Rhode Island-based horn-fired blues/jazz band. Dr. John also helps out on the first recording, which features Turner's signature takes on "Crawdad Hole" and "I Want a Little Girl," while the sessions with alto Vinson serve up evergreens "He Was a Friend of Mine" and "Past Sixty Blues," among many others
Aunt Hagar's Blues by Lena Horne. Old Deacon Splivin, his flock was givin'. A way of livin' right, Said he, "No wingin', no ragtime singin' tonight
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- Matrix / Runout: OA066126
- Matrix / Runout: OA066144