Born to Sing the Blues.
Born to Sing the Blues is Shirley Bassey's debut album, released on a 10" LP in 1957 by the Philips Records label. Long-playing records were newly introduced in the mid-1950s and the 10" album was briefly introduced as an album format.
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Blues singer John Blues Boyd just released The Real Deal-at 71 years young-as a testament that the blues continues to be a vital American art form that will never die. Born in Greenwood, Mississippi, Boyd picked cotton as a youngster, worked at hard labor, and loved to sing. Relocating to the Bay Area in the 1980’s he was a roofer, sat in at local clubs, retired, and took care of his ailing wife, who passed in 2014. That’s when he became a bluesman full time
John, The Blues Is Calling You 03:34. Музыка, Jazz/ Blues/ Soul, Блюз. Long John Baldry - Right To Sing The Blues. Born Again 04:13 10. Play Yard Blues 04:08 Доп. информация: Отчёт EACExact Audio Copy V. 9 prebeta 4 from 23. January 2008 EAC extraction logfile from 24.
Artist: John Blues Boyd Album: The Real Deal Genre: Juke Joint Blues Origin: USA Released: 2016 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 1. I Am The Real Deal (3:58) 2. You Will Discover (2:33) 3. I'm Like A Stranger To You (3:31) 4. That's Big! (3:24) 5. The Smoking Pig (2:55) 6. That Certain Day (2:52) 7. Dona Mae (3:09) 8. I'm So Weak Right Now (4:01) 9. When Your Eyes Met Mine (3:19) 10. Screaming In The Night (4:28) 11. (Have You Ever Been To) Marvin Gardens (3:52) 1. John, The Blues Is Calling You (3:31).
Boyd’s Blues was born of a chance encounter between Dunlop and rded photographer, Brendan Bannon. After becoming acquainted during Bannon’s visits to Dunlop’s nursing home about an unrelated photography project, Bannon started recording Dunlop on the broken-down, out-of-tune piano in the lobby. After hearing some of these first recordings, New York City producer Allen Farmelo flew into Buffalo and the record was made in one day-long session on a snowy winter day. After the session Dunlop said, I waited my whole life for this day and I was gonna do it if it killed me.