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The Flood Blues - Various - Blues Singers And Accompanists (Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties) (Vinyl, LP)


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Label: Columbia - 33QPX 8033 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz, Blues •


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9 thoughts on “ The Flood Blues - Various - Blues Singers And Accompanists (Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties) (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Moogugami
    Jan 21,  · Known as "The Empress of the Blues," Bessie Smith was the best and most famous female singer of the s. A strong, independent woman and a powerful vocalist who could sing in both jazz and blues styles, Smith was the most commercially successful of the era's singers. Her records sold tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of copies, an unheard of level for those days.
  2. Tojagrel
    Sep 15,  · Blues musician Lonnie Johnson recorded the first of these flood songs, “Broken Levee Blues,” just nine days after a levee broke near Greenville, Mississippi. Heavy rains had swept the Mississippi River Valley from August until the following spring, causing the river to overflow.
  3. Kazrakinos
    Jan 30,  · Texas acoustic blues relied more on the use of the slide guitar, and artists like Lightnin' Hopkins and Blind Willie Johnson are considered masters of slide guitar. Other local and regional blues scenes—like New Orleans, Atlanta, St. Louis and Detroit—also left their mark on the acoustic blues sound.
  4. Akigal
    Sep 25,  · By , blues-rock music was already giving up ground to the popularity of psychedelic and hard rock in England, setting the stage for the proto-metal of bands like Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. In the states, however, interest in the blues was rekindled by the fiery fretwork found on Texas guitarist Johnny Winter's self-titled debut album.
  5. Goltim
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blues Singers (Jazz Sounds Of The Twenties) on Discogs. Label: Swaggie Records - S • Series: The Jazz Makers • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz, Blues •4/5(2).
  6. Faudal
    Start studying MUSIC Final Exam: Blues, Jazz, Modern Music. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  7. Vukora
    The Influence of the Blues on Jazz The blues and jazz have much in common, from their origins in the African-American communities of the southern United States at the beginning of the 20th century to their spread, through the then-developing media of sound recordings and radio broadcasts, to national and international art forms. Both the blues.
  8. Brazilkree
    As a specific stylistic term, Jazz Blues can refer either to a) a blues artist who employs more advanced harmonies and/or rhythms which break out of traditional, straightforward blues patterns; or b) to a jazz artist who keeps his harmonies and/or rhythms relatively simple, making the music more visceral and emotional than intellectual or sophisticated.
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