Bessie Smith - Spider Man Blues / Put It Right Here (Or Keep It Out There) mp3 album
I had a man for fifteen years Give him his room and board Once he was like a Cadillac Now he's like an old worn out Ford He never brought me a lousy dime And put it in my hand So there'll be some changes from now on According to my plan He's got to get it, bring it, and. put it right here Or else he's gonna keep it out there If he must steal it, beg it, or borrow it somewhere Long as he gets it, I don't care I'm tired of fryin' pork chops To grease his fat lips And he has to find another place For to park his old hips He must get it, an. the worm, and brings it to the hen That oughta be a tip to all you no-good men The groundhog even brings it and puts it in his hole So my man has got to bring it, doggone his soul He's got to get it, bring it, and put it right here Or else he's gonna keep it out there.
Single by Bessie Smith. September 13, 1929 (1929-09-13). on to it 'til them eagles grin Nobody knows you, when you down and out In my pocket not one penny, and my friends I haven't any. The song is a moderate-tempo blues with ragtime-influences, which follows an eight-bar progression:. Piedmont blues musician Bobby Leecan, who recorded with various ensembles, such as the South Street Trio, Dixie Jazzers Washboard Band, and Fats Waller's Six Hot Babies, recorded an early rendition of the song as Blind Bobby Baker, with his vocal and fingerpicking-style guitar
Bessie Smith biography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains over 1000 songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians. Put It Right Here (Or Keep It Out Of There) (Porter Grainger). Spider Man Blues (Bessie Smith, . ray).
Album Bessie Smith Vol. 2 ’St. Louis Blues’: Original Recordings 1924-1925. The St. Louis Blues Lyrics. I hate to see the evening' sun go down I hate to see the evening' sun go down It makes me think I'm on my last go 'round. Billed as ‘Bessie Smith with Orchestra’, players on the 1925 notably include Louis Armstrong on Cornet and Fred Longshaw on Harmonium. Indeed, through Broadway renditions and subsequent re-releases of the original recording, the 1925 recording never faded out of popular culture and went on to be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993. As the song gained popular renditions by Billie Holiday (1940), Dizzy Gillespie (1959), Duke Ellington (1959), Etta James (1974), Herbie Hancock (1998), and countless others, it is fair to say that Bessie Smith’s mournful cry of I hate to see the evenin’ sun go down should be considered a legendary influence on.
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- Matrix / Runout (A Label Matrix): 145783
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