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Big Maybelle: Candy (CD)

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  • Interpret: Big Maybelle

  • Album titlle: Candy (CD)

  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Year of publication 1994
  • Label SAVOY

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0081757026222

  • weight in Kg 0.107
Big Maybelle - Candy (CD) CD 1
01 Candy Big Maybelle
02 Ring Dang Dilly Big Maybelle
03 Blues Early, Early Big Maybelle
04 A Little Bird Told Me Big Maybelle
05 So Long Big Maybelle
06 That's A Pretty Good Love Big Maybelle
07 Tell Me Who Big Maybelle
08 Ramblin' Blues Big Maybelle
09 Rockhouse Big Maybelle
10 I Don't Want To Cry Big Maybelle
11 Pitiful Big Maybelle
12 A Good Man Is Hard To Find Big Maybelle
13 How It Lies Big Maybelle
14 Goin' Home Baby Big Maybelle
15 So Long Big Maybelle
16 Say It Isn't So Big Maybelle
17 If I Could Be With You Big Maybelle
18 Goodnight Wherever You Are Big Maybelle
19 That's A Pretty Good Love Big Maybelle
20 White Christmas Big Maybelle
21 Silent Night Big Maybelle
22 How It Lies Big Maybelle
23 Goin' Home Baby Big Maybelle
24 I Ain't Got Nobody Big Maybelle
25 I Understand Big Maybelle
26 I Got It Bad Big Maybelle
27 Some Of These Days Big Maybelle
28 Until The Real Thing Comes Along Big Maybelle
Big Maybelle Big Maybelle, born in 1926, in Jackson, Tennessee, as Mabel Smith, recorded with... more
"Big Maybelle"

Big Maybelle

Big Maybelle, born in 1926, in Jackson, Tennessee, as Mabel Smith, recorded with Christine Chatman's Orchestra in 1944 until her solo debut in 1947 on King Records. A big-voiced blues shouter, 1952 saw her as 'Big Maybelle' with Okeh, and 1953 brought three R&B Top Ten hits including `Gabbin' Blues'. She moved to Savoy in 1956 and 'Candy' became another R&B hit, but the late Fifties saw a steady output of ballads and jump-blues fail to make further com-mercial impact. The Sixties brought moves to Brunswick, Scepter, Rojac, Port and Chess, then a return to Rojac in 1966 brought success when 'Don't Pass Me By' and '96 Tears' were R&B hits, the latter giving Maybelle her only national 'pop' hit. Apart from one disc on Brunswick in 1968, she remained with Rojac until her death in January 1972.

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