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Disc 1

1. Lady Sings The Blues - Billie Holiday
2. Waiter, Make Mine Blues - Anita O'Day
3. Blues, Early Early - Big Maybelle
4. Today I Sing The Blues - Aretha Franklin
5. Me And My Gin - Dinah Washington
6. Trombone Man Blues - Blue Lu Barker
7. Wanted - Annisteen Allen
8. Mad About Him, Sad Without Him, How Can I Be Glad Without Him Blues - Morgana King
9. Aged And Mellow Blues - Esther Phillips
10. Go Down Sunshine - Odetta
11. Cross-Eyed Blues - Helen Humes
12. Work Song - Nina Simone
13. Livin’ With The Blues - Barbara Dane
14. Freight Train Blues - Trixie Smith
15. Uneasy Blues - Marilyn Scott
16. Ella Hums The Blues - Ella Fitzgerald
17. Your Love Keeps A-Working On Me - Lula Reed
18. It’s Love Baby (24 Hours A Day) - Ruth Brown
19. I Ain’t Gonna Play No Second Fiddle - LaVern Baker
20. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out - Bessie Smith

Disc 2

1. Every Day I Have The Blues - Donna Hightower
2. Fine Fat Daddy - Dinah Washington
3. Plow Hand Blues - Rosetta Howard
4. Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday
5. Cherry Pickin’ Blues - Ida Cox With The Coleman Hawkins Quintet
6. I’m A Woman (But I Don’t Talk Too Much) - Lula Reed
7. Mecca Flat Blues - Barbara Dane
8. Back Water Blues - LaVern Baker
9. Ramblin’ Blues - Big Maybelle
10. I Hate That Train Called The M & O - Lucille Bogan
11. Careless Love Blues - Bessie Smith
12. I’ve Got Troubles - Annisteen Allen
13. You Don’t Know My Mind Blues - Mildred Bailey
14. Leavin’ This Mornin’ - Odetta
15. He Caught That B & O Blue - Lou Barker
16. Blues In The Night - Helen Shapiro
17. Gin House Blues - Nina Simone
18. T N & O Blues - Bessie Jackson
19. Long, Long Journey - Etta Jones
20. After You’ve Gone - Dinah Washington

Ladies Sing Them Blues


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD719

Bar-Code 5060143497193

Availability: In stock


Here you have a collection of great music by many of the finest singers ever to inhabit the world of jazz and R&B. Despite the album’s title, not every song aboard is pure blues, but each and every one of the singers assembled here had the ability to turn even the cheesiest of ballads into something that dripped blues whenever they chose to heap up the required, highly personalised, emotion.

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