- Performer Dixieland Thumpers
- Title There'll Come A Day / Weary Way Blues
- Other formats MP4 AA AHX TTA AIFF DTS MOD
- Genre Jazz
- Size MP3 1668 mb
- Size FLAC 1358 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 595
Set track as current obsession. There'll Come a Day. Dixie Land Thumpers. Set track as current obsession. 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.
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Johnny Dodds The Paramount Records vol 1. Curtis mosby& dixieland blues blowers - weary stomp - roaring 20& victrola. Ralph Haines - Weary River - 1929.
Come The Blues, Stack O'Lee Blues Paramount 12374 Ma Rainey - Titanic Man Blues, Besemer Bound Blues Paramount 12338 Ma Rainey - Wringing And Twisting Blues, Chain Gang Blues. Blind Lemon Jefferson, Deacon . Blind Lemon Jefferson, guitar, vocals. Natty Dominique, cornet; Johnny Dodds, clarinet; Jimmy Blythe, piano; Jimmy Bertland, drums, washboard. Chicago, IL, December, 1927. There'll Be Some Changes Made. Brunswick 4001; Riverside RLP 1012. I've Found A New Baby. Riverside RLP 1012 Art Hodes' Chicago Rhythm Kings Brunswick 4001, 80063, 01739, 03413, A-81111, A-500205; United Hot Clubs Of America 7/8; Polydor 580013 Chicago Rhythm Kings - I've Found A New Baby, There'll Be Some Changes Made. State Street Ramblers.
094 07 Dixie Land Thumpers There ll Come A Day flac. 094 05 State Street Ramblers The Weary Way Blues flac. 094 04 State Street Ramblers There ll Come A Day flac. 094 02 Jelly Roll Morton Trio Wolverine Blues flac. 094 01 Jelly Roll Morton Trio Wolverine Blues flac.
The Weary Blues" is a poem by American poet Langston Hughes. Written in 1925, "The Weary Blues" was first published in the Urban League magazine, Opportunity. It was awarded the magazine's prize for best poem of the year. The poem was included in Hughes' first book, a collection of poems, also entitled The Weary Blues. Langston Hughes was known as one of the most prominent and influential figures of the Harlem Renaissance, a rebirth movement of African Americans in the arts during the 1920s.
Weary Blues (also referred to as The Weary Blues) is an album by American poet Langston Hughes reciting over jazz composed and arranged by Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather. The album was recorded in 1958 and first released on the MGM label. Blues Montage: Opening Blues/Blues Montage/Commercial Theater/Morning After/Could Be/Testament". Consider Me: The Stranger/Midnight Stroll/Backstage.
The Weary Blues - Droning a drowsy syncopated tune . To the tune o' those Weary Blues. With his ebony hands on each ivory key He made that poor piano moan with melody. O Blues! Swaying to and fro on his rickety stool He played that sad raggy tune like a musical fool. Sweet Blues! Coming from a black man's soul. Tomorrow, I'll be at the table When company comes. Nobody'll dare Say to me, Eat in the kitchen, Then. Besides, They'll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed-.
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