My Profile. Advanced Search. Genre Jazz Vocal. Freewheeling Playful Refined Sophisticated Stylish. Track Listing. Georgia on My Mind. After You've Gone. Memphis Bound. Livin' High Sometimes. Coal Cart Blues. Carolina Stomp. Low Land Blues. Kid Man Blues. Lazy Woman's Blues. Lonesome Lovesick. Gambler's Dream. Sunshine Baby. Adam and Eve Had the Blues. Put it Where I Can Get it. Washwoman Blues. I've Stopped My Man.
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Dead Drunk Blues. Have You Ever Been Down? Lazy Man Blues. The Flood Blues. Chicago Breakdown. Alligator Crawl. Keyhole Blues. Gully Low Blues. The Last Time. Struttin' With Some Barbeque. Got No Blues. Once In A While. I'm Not Rough. The recording is unusual in that the song's melody is only hinted at in the recording; Hawkins' two-choruses of improvisation over the tune's chord progression constitute almost the entire take. When the song reached number 87 on the Billboard Hot for the week of October 1, , it made Bennett, at age 85, the oldest living artist ever to chart on the Hot , surpassing the previous record of George Burns.
This record was then surpassed by Christopher Lee in It also gave Bennett the longest overall span of appearances on the Hot ; his version of " Young and Warm and Wonderful " appeared on the very first Hot chart, for the week of August 4, Proceeds from "Body and Soul" go to benefit The Amy Winehouse Foundation , an organisation created to raise awareness and support for young adults struggling with addiction.
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Ruth Etting. For compilation-o-philes, the Time-Life collections are the Holy Grail. The licensing muscle of Time-Life has more pull than any other collections, anywhere, at any price.
I've listed the entries to the following series:. I've provided scans of the back covers of what I have. They're in print-worthy PDF format. The '70s series is scanned in black and white at dpi and also includes the CD artwork and track credits. All others are just the back covers. The "Sounds Of The Seventies" collections are the largest and best-sounding '70s collections I've ever run across, anywhere, ever. Very few tracks are mastered from vinyl, and you even get Bee Gees cuts! Needless to say, you should buy any of these if they turn up used; most are out of print dang!
There are 48 CDs in this series, and they're all shown below.
Мелом -MIDI,MMF - Пропаганда - Лучшие Хиты (CD), No. 1, Fear No More The Heat Of The Sun - Katja Webb, David Wickham, Aaron Wyatt, Michael Waye (2) -, Its Almost Time Now - Various - Windflowers (The Songs Of Jerome Moross) (CD, Album), Eleni - Johannes Linstead - Zabuca (CD, Album), Shit For Brains - Captn My Captn - Lest We Regret (CD), Ilumináti - Sagittari - VooDoo (CD, Album), Octet Of Wind Instruments - Igor Stravinsky - Works For Instrumental Ensembles (Vinyl, LP), 2005 - SFDK - 2005 (CD, Album), The Dolphins (4) - Hey-Da-Da-Dow (Vinyl), This Is What It Feels Like (W&W Remix) - Armin van Buuren Featuring Trevor Guthrie - This Is What It What Is And What Should Never Be - Led Zeppelin - Ipswich 1971 (CD)