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Bessie Smith with Joe Smith  & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 album download

Performer:

Bessie Smith

Title:

The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3

Genre:

Jazz / Blues

MP3 album size:

1265 mb

Other music formats:

AAC AC3 XM ADX AHX MP2 AU

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Country:

US

Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 album download

Complete your Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six collection.

Bessie Smith, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Fletcher Henderson, Charlie Dixon, Jimmy Harrison, Joe Smith There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight. Bessie Smith & Clara Smith accompanied by Fletcher Henderson Far Away Blues. Bessie Smith accompanied by Henderson s Hot Six The Yellow Dog Blues (1925). 4. Bessie Smith Yodling Blues.

James Fletcher Henderson was born in Cuthbert, Georgia, in 1897. He began lessons by the age of six. His father would occasionally lock Fletcher in his room to practice for hours. By age 13, Henderson possessed a keen ability to read music and sense pitch. He pursued the studies with his mother and further engaged himself in lessons on European ar. .Although a talented musician, Henderson decided to dedicate himself to math and science. In 1925, with Henry Troy, he wrote "Gin House Blues", recorded by Bessie Smith and Nina Simone among others. His other compositions include "Soft Winds". Henderson recorded extensively in the 1920's for nearly every label, including Vocalion, Paramount, Columbia, Olympic, Ajax, Pathé, Perfect, Edison, Emerson, Brunswick, and the dime-store labels Banner, Oriole, Regal, Cameo, and Romeo.

Bessie Smith (with Fletcher Henderson) – If You Don t Know Who Will (1923). Bessie Smith, Fletcher Henderson (piano) – Alexander s Ragtime Band. Bessie Smith (piano accompanied by Fletcher Henderson, cornet accompanied by Joe Smith, trombone accompanied by Charlie Green) – At the Christmas Ball (1925). Bessie Smith, Tommy Ladiner, Fletcher Henderson, June Cole – Foolish Man Blues.

By the spring of 1927 Bessie Smith was making some of the toughest records of her entire career. Whoever lined her up with a sextet led by Fletcher Henderson did the world a great service, for here we get to enjoy Smith 's handling of selections directly from the heart of the jazz repertoire. After You've Gone" takes on all the majesty of Smith 's best blues, and she seems to relish providing us with the verse in addition to the familiar chorus. Alexander's Ragtime Band" is suddenly more substantial than ever before. This woman could sing anything

Bessie Smith (April 15, 1894 – September 26, 1937) was an American blues singer. Nicknamed the Empress of the Blues, she was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. 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. The 1900 census indicates that her family reported that Bessie Smith was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in July 1892

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. Bessie Smith accompanied by Henderson's Hot Six. Bessie Smith accompanied by Buck and his Band. Bessie Smith and her Band. Bessie Smith and her Blue Boys. Bleeding Hearted Blues Fletcher Henderson at the Piano (Lovie Austin). Blue Blues (Bessie Smith). Somebody's Angel Child; The Story Of Bessie Smith, by Carmen Moore, 1969. Bessie, by Chris Albertson, Stein and Day Publishers, 1972. The Bessie Smith Companion, by Edward Brooks, Cavendish Publishing C. 1982. Bessie Smith, by Jackie Kay, Outlines, 1997.

Tracklist

A1 Alexander's Ragtime Band
A2 Baby Doll
A3 The Yellow Dog Blues (He's Gone Where The Southern Cross' The Yellow Dog)
A4 One And Two Blues
A5 Money Blues
A6 After You've Gone
B1 Cake Walking Babies (From Home)
B2 Young Woman's Blues
B3 At The Christmas Ball
B4 There'll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town To-Night
B5 Lost Your Head Blues
B6 Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan)

Credits

  • Design – Monogram , Stanley

Notes

BBL 7042 (AA 070041L)
Printed and made in GB.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CL 857 Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Columbia CL 857 US 1956
GL 505 Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Columbia GL 505 US 1951
62379 Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) CBS 62379 France Unknown
CL 857 Bessie Smith The Bessie Smith Story - Volume 3 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Columbia CL 857 US 1956
CL 857 Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* Bessie Smith with Joe Smith & Fletcher Henderson's Hot Six* - The Bessie Smith Story - Vol.3 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) Columbia CL 857 US Unknown

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