The Blues Crew - Everyday's A Holiday With The Blues mp3 flac
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Everyday I Have the Blues ( Live at the Woodlands) - P.
Lady Sings the Blues is an album by American jazz vocalist Billie Holiday released in December 1956. It was Holiday's last album released on Clef Records; the following year, the label would be absorbed by Verve Records. Lady Sings the Blues was taken from sessions taped during 1954 and 1956. It was released simultaneously with her ghostwritten autobiography of the same name.
Every Day I Have the Blues" is a blues song that has been performed in a variety of styles. An early version of the song is attributed to Pinetop Sparks and his brother Milton. It was first performed in the taverns of St. Louis by the Sparks brothers and was recorded July 28, 1935 by Pinetop with Henry Townsend on guitar. The song is a twelve-bar blues that features Pinetop's piano and falsetto vocal. The opening verse includes the line "Every day, every day I have the blues.
Blues on a Holiday is divided between full-band numbers and songs guitarist Paul Rishell performed on a solo guitar. Although the solo numbers - which were all performed on a National Steel - are raw and exciting, the songs recorded with a full band give a good idea of the depths of Rishell's talent.
With the holidays nearing, and the weather changing, I can’t help but think about how this time increases one’s depression. Back in high school, I realized that I was suffering from prolonged sadness, or what is most commonly known as depression. No matter how hard I tried to improve my mood, it just made it worse. Depression is a delicate subject to many, myself included. With the holidays coming closer, please tread carefully. You may not know who else is coping with depression, but make sure to make everyone feel included. I know that I will try to include everyone in my plans (if I can).
The Blues' originated as a style of local folk music from around the Mississippi Delta as the 20 th Century began. Its influence was spread across the Southern States by travelling shows and 'wandering songsters' like Lead Belly and Blind Lemon Jefferson, who sang Blues songs along with folk ballads, spirituals and Ragtime ditties, and both used Blues forms in their own compositions in their later recording careers. In 1920, the first Blues song was recorded by Mamie Smith, and when 'Crazy Blues' sold close to a million copies all the record companies looked for. From famous songs like 'Match Box Blues' and 'See My Grave is Kept Clean' to novelties and religious tunes, this album gives fine examples of Lemon's slide guitar and boogie styles.
Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). This album is from 1956, three years before Miss Holiday died at the age of 44, a sad and criminal loss to the world. Her voice is definitely the worse for wear here, but the passion and sheer artistry shine forth in spite of vocal limitations.
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Holiday blues, although affects all kinds of people, hit some groups of people hardest. Those who are most affected by the holiday blues are the elderly, the sick, those who have lost a loved one, and those who are single or living alone. People with many problems are also affected. The holiday blues can make you feel isolated and cut off from the cheerful world. But you should know that it doesn’t need to be that way. There are many ways to cope with the blues to make your holidays happier and more bearable. 1. Focus on the Present. It is absolutely fine that you give yourself the time to grieve about issues that trouble you. However, once you are done grieving and dealing with the pain, it is recommended that you focus on the present. Learn to let go of past issues and start focusing on the present. Create new traditions and practices to make the holidays feel like a new and exciting time.
|Who's The Fool|
|Why I Sing The Blues|
|Two Tenors-A Tone & A Bone|
|Stoop Down Baby|
|Save Some Room For Me|
|Always Want You Around|
|Your Love Is Dying|
|K-8143||The Blues Crew||Everyday's A Holiday With The Blues (LP)||Kris Records||K-8143||US||1992|
|K-8143||The Blues Crew||Everyday's A Holiday With The Blues (Cass, Comp)||Kris Records||K-8143||US||1992|