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Kansas City blues : 1944-49.

Title
Kansas City blues : 1944-49.
Publication
  • Hollywood, Calif. : Capitol, [1997]
  • ℗1997

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Additional Authors
  • McShann, Jay
  • Lee, Julia, 1902-1958
  • Moten, Bus
  • Brown, Walter, -1956
  • Douglas, Tommy, 1906-1965
  • Kennedy, Tiny
Description
3 audio discs : digital; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title
Kansas City blues, 1944-1949
Subjects
Note
  • Compact discs.
  • Program notes by Billy Vera (29 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
  • Compilation produced by Billy Vera; original recordings produced by Dave Dexter and Eddie Mesner.
  • Recorded in Kansas City, November, 1, 1944 and April 20, 1949; and in Hollywood, circa 1945 and February 18, 1949.
Contents
  • Disc 1. Moten swing ; Come on over to my house ; Trouble in mind ; On the sunny side of the street (Jay McShann's Kansas City Stompers) -- Confessin' the blues ; Walkin' blues (aka Walking) ; Hard working man blues ; When I've been drinking ; Merry-go-round blues ; Bad tale boogie ; McShann's boogie blues (Jay McShann & his Jazz-Men) -- Everything will be all right ; Pic's boogie ; Scotty's ; Cover up ; (Scotty can blow) Kicks (Jay McShann) -- Tonight's the night ; My man stands out ; Do you want it ; It comes in like a lion (Julia Lee & her boyfriends) -- When you want chili ; It's hard to laugh or smile ; You'll wind up on top ; On the gravy train (Bus Moten & his Men)
  • Disc 2. Don't come too soon ; Ugly papa ; Don't save it too long (The money song) ; After hours waltz (Julia Lee & her boyfriends) -- I ain't gonna give nobody none of my jelly roll ; Sugar daddy blues ; Gone ; Gotta good reason for being bad (Bus Moten & his men) -- Play the blues ; What evil have I done ; Gonna play with your woman ; Work don't bother me (Walter Brown) -- Goosed ; Jackson County romp ; Mizzou' ; Hot sauce (Tommy Douglas) -- Inform me baby ; Lyin' woman blues ; Suppressin' the blues ; Hello and goodbye (Walter Brown) -- You ain't got it no more ; When your lover has gone ; Oh chuck it (in a bucket) ; Decent woman blues ; Dragging my heart around (Julia Lee & her boyfriends)
  • Disc 3. Kickapoo ; Tea for Tommy ; If you don't, why don't ya ; I want you to be my guy ; Douglas boogie ; The killion ; Leaving town blues ; Lights out (Tommy Douglas) -- Turn it over ; That did it ; Best friend blues ; Baby you messed up (Bus Moten & his men) -- You better leave my gal alone ; Lou, Cindy Lou ; Squabblin' woman ; I'm gonna get married ; New style baby ; Let's love awhile ; Nasty attitude ; Slow down baby (Walter Brown with J. McShann's Kaycee Stompers) -- The lady with the black dress on ; Sister Flat-top ; It ain't no use ; Jumpin' little woman (Tiny Kennedy)
Call Number
*LDC 55436
LCCN
724385204722
OCLC
1296964353
Title
Kansas City blues : 1944-49.
Publisher
Hollywood, Calif. : Capitol, [1997]
Copyright Date
℗1997
Type of Content
performed music
Type of Medium
audio
Type of Carrier
audio disc
Physical Medium
plastic metal 4 3/4 in. 1.4 m/s mass-produced
Performer
Jay McShann ; Kansas City Stompers ; Julia Lee ; Bus Moten ; Walter Brown ; Tommy Douglas ; Tiny Kennedy.
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Chronological Term
1941-1950
Added Author
McShann, Jay, performer.
Lee, Julia, 1902-1958, performer.
Moten, Bus, performer.
Brown, Walter, -1956, performer.
Douglas, Tommy, 1906-1965, performer.
Kennedy, Tiny, performer.
Other Standard Identifier
724385204722
Publisher No.
CDP 7243 8 52047 2 2 Capitol
Research Call Number
*LDC 55436 Notes on file
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