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The St. Louis Blues - Various - Hits Of 1920 (CD)

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  1. Reminiscing on a chance encounter with a distraught woman in the streets of St. Louis, Missouri, W.C. Handy, aptly nicknamed “the Father of Blues,” wrote “St. Louis Blues” in a Memphis bar.
  2. The “St. Louis Blues” is perhaps the most venerable of all standards. Composed and published in by W.C. Handy, the song was not the first to incorporate the blues (Handy’s “Memphis Blues” has that honor), but it was Handy’s greatest success, recorded thousands of times by musicians of nearly every genre. Tom Lord’s online “The Jazz Discography” lists over jazz.
  3. the ODJB has taken a lot of grief from jazz academia over the years, but they actually played a very authentic version of hot new orleans jazz circa and they swung. This particular version of St L Blues is played with great syncopation and feel. No wonder Bix and other cats were influenced by .
  4. Find album release information for St. Louis Blues Today - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  5. Feb 01,  · Big Muddy St Louis Blues , Booker T and band, "Hold On I"m Coming" by LiveBluesLovers. Play next; Play now; AK JJB 12 20 13 Cut That Chain by .
  6. When it comes to blues royalty, B.B. King, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, and Etta James should come to mind. These blues bands can have you swaying back and forth with the beat, so book one of these blues bands for your next event or club. Search for Blues Bands in St Louis, Missouri above.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about St. Louis Blues (The Depression) at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.
  8. The official roster of the St. Louis Blues, including position, height, weight, date of birth, age, and birth place.

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