The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Saga Blues, Saga Records 5301932.
Album · 2007 · 24 Songs. New Black Snake Blues, Pt. 1 & 2. Lonnie Johnson & Victoria Spivey.
Lady Sings the Blues is the soundtrack to the Billie Holiday biopic of the same name, which starred Diana Ross in her screen debut in 1972. The album became Ross' 4th album (eventually selling over 2,000,000 US copies), though the only one as a solo artist, on the . Top 200 Billboard Albums Chart as a solo act, going to on the . Billboard R&B Album Chart, and on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified gold on the UK for sales of over 100,000 copies
What's The Matter With The Mill. I Shall Wear A Crown. New Black Snake Blues Pt. Down The Big Road Blues. Double Trouble Blues.
Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. The Grammy Award for Best Blues Album was an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for releasing albums in the blues genre.
Listen to BluesWomen by Musicwoman Live! for free. Follow Musicwoman Live! to never miss another show. She began singing in church. Her professional career began in November 1996, with German Blues manager who promoted European tours for her father. She performed major Blues Festivals in the US, Sweden, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Italy, and was featured in the July/August 2004 King Biscuit Time Magazine. She wrote lyrics for eight songs on her second CD First Class Woman.
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|Part I - From The Countryside ...|
|1||–Kansas Joe & Memphis Minnie||What's The Matter With The Mill
Guitar, Vocals – Joe McCoy, Memphis MinnieWritten-By – J. McCoy*, M. McCoy*
|2||–Louise Johnson||By The Moon And Stars
Piano, Vocals – Louise JohnsonWritten-By – L. Johnson*
|3||–Arizona Dranes||I Shall Wear A Crown
Piano, Vocals – Arizona DranesWritten-By – Traditional
|4||–Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson||New Black Snake Blues Pt. 1 & 2
Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Johnson Piano, Vocals – Victoria SpiveyWritten-By – V. Spivey*
|5||–Mattie Delaney||Down The Big Road Blues
Guitar, Vocals – Mattie DelaneyWritten-By – M. Delaney*
|6||–Lulu Jackson||Lost Lover Blues
Guitar, Vocals – Lulu JacksonWritten-By – Traditional
|7||–Kansas City Kitty||Double Trouble Blues
Piano, Vocals – Kansas City KittyWritten-By – T. Holmes*
|8||–Dot Rice & Frankie Black*||Texas Stomp
Guitar – Frankie Black*Piano – Dorothy Rice*Written-By – D. Rice*
|9||–Bumble Bee Slim||When Somebody Loses (Then Somebody Wins)
Guitar – William 'Casey Bill' Weldon*Piano – Myrtle JenkinsVocals – Bumble Bee SlimWritten-By – A. Easton*
|10||–Willie Mae Williams||When The Sun Never Goes Down
Guitar, Vocals – Willie Mae WilliamsWritten-By – Traditional
|11||–Madam Ira Mae Littlejohn||I Want To See Jesus
Piano, Vocals – Madam Ira Mae LittlejohnWritten-By – Traditional
|12||–Grace Brim||Man Around My Door
Guitar – John BrimHarmonica, Drums, Vocals – Grace BrimPiano – Sunnyland SlimWritten-By – G. Brim*, J. Brim*
|PART II - ... To The City|
|13||–Sister Rosetta Tharpe & Sam Price Trio||God's Mighty Hand
Bass – Ben Moten*Drums – Ed Bourne*Guitar, Vocals – Sister Rosetta TharpePiano – Sammy PriceWritten-By – R. Tharpe*
|14||–Georgia White||The Blues Ain't Nothin' But ... ???
Bass – John LindsayGuitar – Ikey RobinsonPiano, Vocals – Georgia WhiteWritten-By – G. White*
|15||–Christine Chatman & Her Orchestra||Bootin' The Boogie
Bass – Roger Johns Drums – Horace WashingtonPiano, Vocals – Christine ChatmanTenor Saxophone – Ralph Bowden, Bill Moore*Trumpet – Reginald AdamsWritten By – J. Williams, S. PriceWritten-By – C. Chatman*
|16||–Julia Lee||Dream Lucky Blues
Bass – Ben CurtisDrums – Sam 'Baby' Lovett*Piano, Vocals – Julia LeeWritten-By – J. Lee*
|17||–Camille Howard||Business Woman
Baritone Saxophone – McKinley EastonBass – Al SmithDrums – Al DuncanGuitar – Lefty BatesPiano, Vocals – Camille HowardTenor Saxophone – Leon WashingtonWritten-By – C. Howard*
|18||–Johnny Otis & His Orchestra*||Alimony Boogie
Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Lem TallyBass – Mario DelagardeDrums – Johnny OtisPiano – 'Darby Hicks' Devonia Williams*Tenor Saxophone – Big Jay McNeelyTrombone – George WashingtonTrumpet – John Anderson Vocals – Cathy Cooper Written-By – C. Cooper*, J. Otis*, L. René*, O. René*
|19||–Mary Deloatch||I Really Believe
Bass – Mario DelagardeDrums – Johnny OtisGuitar, Vocals – Mary DeloatchPiano – Devonia Williams*Written-By – M. Deloatch*
|20||–Sister O. M. Terrell||God's Little Birds
Guitar, Vocals – Sister O. M. TerrellWritten-By – O. M. Terrell*
|21||–Hadda Brooks||Bully Wully Boogie
Bass – William 'Basie' Day*Drums – Al "Cake" Wichard*Piano, Vocals – Hadda BrooksWritten-By – H. Brooks*
|22||–Martha Davis||Kitchen Blues
Piano, Vocals – Martha Davis Written-By – Stuart*, Collins*
|23||–Nellie Lutcher & Her Rhythm*||Fine And Mellow
Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Lee Young Guitar – Ulysses LivingstonPiano, Vocals – Nelly Lutcher*Written-By – B. Holiday*
|24||–Sarah McLawler||Blues For Rex
Organ – Sarah McLawlerWritten-By – S. McLawler*