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Al Smith - Wabash Blues / Left Field flac album

Al Smith - Wabash Blues / Left Field flac album

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Performer: Al Smith
Title: Wabash Blues / Left Field
Country: US
Released: 1959
Style: Soul-Jazz, Rhythm & Blues
Category: Jazz / Funk, Soul / Blues
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Back to Back is a 1959 studio album by Johnny Hodges and Duke Ellington. It was followed up by Side by Side (1959), recorded at the same sessions. Wabash Blues" (Fred Meinken, Dave Ringle) – 6:22. Basin Street Blues" (Spencer Williams) – 8:05. Beale Street Blues" (W. C. Handy) – 7:40. Weary Blues" (Artie Matthews) – 6:50. St. Louis Blues" (Handy) – 5:45. Loveless Love" (Handy) – 6:05. Royal Garden Blues" (Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams) – 5:20. Duke Ellington – piano.

Album · 1995 · 24 Songs. Arkansas Blues (A Down Home Chant). 11. The Wang, Wang Blues. 22. Mean Daddy Blues. 23. Dem Knock-Out-Blues.

John Henry by James Roberts. Wabash Blues by Hobart Smith. The Coo Coo Bird by Clarence Ashley.

Midnight Special (Al Smith album). Midnight Special is the second album by jazz/blues vocalist Al Smith featuring saxophonist King Curtis recorded in 1960 and released on the Bluesville label early the following year. Smith has a big, full, rich voice, and he uses it to maximum advantage throughout this excellent album.

LyricsWabash Blues - Original. The Al Smith Orchestra. Download now. English.

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 their own Blues Diva. Back in the Delta, Charley Patton was setting an example himself, inspiring other Bluesmen like Son House, Robert Johnson, Howlin'Wolf and many more.

Tracklist

Wabash Blues 2:15
Left Field 1:53

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Abner 1014 Al Smith Wabash Blues / Left Field ‎(7", Promo) Abner Abner 1014 US 1959
Abner 1014 Al Smith Wabash Blues / Left Field ‎(7") Abner Abner 1014 US 1959