Katharine Handy Lewis - W. C. Handy Blues Sung By His Daughter Katharine Handy Lewis In Traditional Style

Jazz, Blues, Folk, World, & Country
Katharine Handy Lewis - W. C. Handy Blues Sung By His Daughter Katharine Handy Lewis In Traditional Style
Author:
Katharine Handy Lewis
Title:
W. C. Handy Blues Sung By His Daughter Katharine Handy Lewis In Traditional Style
FLAC size:
1649 mb
MP3 size:
1427 mb
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Info:
Label: Folkways Records ‎– FG 3540
Type: Vinyl, LP, Mono
Country: US
Date of released: 1958
Category: Jazz, Blues, Folk, World, & Country
Style: Ragtime, Piano Blues, Delta Blues
Rating:
3.9
Votes:
537

Tracklist

A1 Yellow Dog Blues 3:03
A2 Memphis Blues 2:13
A3 Loveless Love 2:46
A4 Chantez Les Bas 2:43
A5 Joe Turner 3:25
A6 St. Louis Blues 3:05
B1 Blue Moods 1 4:08
B2 Blue Moods 2 4:26
B3 Blue Moods, Sex 4:43

Credits

  • Piano – James P. Johnson*
  • Recorded By – Moses Asch
  • Voice – Katharine Handy Lewis

Notes

Katherine Handy Lewis intended this album as a surprise for her father W.C. Handy, often remembered as the "Father of the Blues." Having grown up with his style of music, she reproduces it better than anyone.
This record should be in History Museums!
Also presents an unconventional double foldered cover to keep a booklet whit historical data and presentation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Library Of Congress Catalogue Card N°): R 59-129
  • Matrix / Runout: FG 3540 A
  • Matrix / Runout (The letter "G" in B side runout is upsidedown): FG 3540 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FG 3540 Katharine Handy Lewis, James P. Johnson* Katharine Handy Lewis, James P. Johnson* - W. C. Handy Blues Sung By His Daughter Katharine Handy Lewis In Traditional Style ‎(CD, Album, RE) Smithsonian Folkways FG 3540 US Unknown

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