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9 thoughts on “ House Rent Blues - Bessie Smith - Empty Bed Blues (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mar 07,  · Bessie Smith - St. Louis Blues, - Duration: , views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Empty Bed Blues Bessie Smith YouTube; Bessie Smith.
  2. Catalog Number: G Album: Bessie Smith - Empty Bed Blues. C6 Empty Bed Blues (Part 1 & 2) Label: Columbia. A1 Sorrowful Blues B2 Mountain Top Blues A3 Rocking Chair Blues Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. empty bed blues - 2 record set - vinyl lps. me and my gin - sorrowful blues - empty bed blues - house rent blues -standin' in the rain blues - slow and easy man, and others. [smith, bessie] on bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo *free* shipping on qualifying offers. empty bed blues - 2 record set - vinyl lps. me and my gin - sorrowful blues - empty bed blues - house rent blues -standin' in the rain blues - slow and.
  4. OCLC Number: Notes: "This is the third of five two-record sets comprising Bessie Smith's legacy of selections." Historical and biographical notes by Chris Albertson, with discographical and personnel listings, on container.
  5. Lyrics to "House Rent Blues" by BESSIE SMITH: Where's that coalman? / I want a big lump o' coal this morning / On a cold, dark and stormy night / On a cold, dark and stormy night / They want to put me out, and it wasn't daylight / And on my door they nailed a sign / And on my door they nailed a sign / .
  6. Label: Columbia - G ,Columbia - C ,Columbia - C • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono Pitman pressing • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Vocal Bessie Smith - Empty Bed Blues (, Pitman pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. - Bessie Smith (April 15, – September 26, ) was an American blues singer. Nicknamed the Empress of the Blues, she was the most popular female blues singer of the s and s.[1] She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and was a major influence on fellow blues singers, as well as jazz vocalists.[2] pins.
  8. Bessie Smith was enormously popular, selling millions of records as one of the leading classic blues singers, a diva-featuring genre that drew from early 20th century vaudeville, jazz, and popular music. Smith recorded plenty of bar blues, including raunchier songs like "Kitchen Man." Other songs, like W.C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues," were built like Tin Pan Alley tunes but were given the.

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