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Grievin Hearted Blues

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  1. With the advent of blues records, she became even more influential, immortalizing such songs as "See See Rider," "Bo-Weavil Blues," and "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Like the other classic blues divas, she had a repertoire of pop and minstrel songs as well as blues, but she maintained a heavier, tougher vocal delivery than the cabaret blues.
  2. The article provides an account of the Piper’s life including her trip to the south to research the blues, a detailed discussion of her work, color reproductions of her paintings, Back Water () Slow Down, Freight Train (), Grievin’ Hearted ().
  3. Nov 30,  · singing is on full display in the tortured “Grievin’ Hearted Blues.” The songs feel like an organic part of the action, as Sister Juba’s backup band is stationed in one of the train cars, and the band becomes an important plot point when Cephas stumbles.
  4. Brownie McGhee Blues () Careless Love Good Morning Blues Sporting Life Me and Sonny Pawnshop Blues Move to Kansas City Betty and Dupree Traditional Blues, Vol. 2 () Last Mile Blues Poor Man's Blues St. James Infirmary Blues Grievin' Hearted Blues Pallet on .
  5. Grievin' Hearted Blues: Companies, etc. Record Company – The New York Recording Laboratories; Notes Transitional labels shown, with "Electrically Recorded" to the right of spindle hole, were used briefly in early This release was first advertised in the Chicago Defender on .
  6. Oh Papa Blues: Blues Oh Blues: Big Feeling Papa: Barrel House Blues: Walking Blues: Victim Of The Blues: Black Cat, Hoot Owl Blues: Prove It On Me Blues: Hear Me Talking To You: Grievin' Hearted Blues: Stack O' Lee Blues: Yonder Comes The Blues.

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