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Big Maybelle The Complete Okeh Sessions

catalog number: CD7250432

weight in Kg 0,107

 

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Big Maybelle: The Complete Okeh Sessions

(1994/Sony) 26 tracks (73:44) 1952-55 'OKeh Records' with 12 page notes by Peter Grendysa - essential R&B collection!*****
 

Songs

Big Maybelle - The Complete Okeh Sessions Medium 1
1: Just Want Your Love  
2: So Good To My Baby  
3: Gabbin' Blues (Don't Run My Business)  
4: My Country Man  
5: Rain Down Rain  
6: Way Back Home  
7: Please Stay Away From My Sam  
8: Jinny Mule  
9: Send For Me  
10: Maybell's Blues  
11: I've Got A Feelin'  
12: You'll Never Know  
13: No More Trouble Out Of Me  
14: My Big Mistake  
15: Ain't No Use  
16: I'm Getting 'Long Alright  
17: You'll Be Sorry  
18: Hair Dressin' Woman  
19: One Monkey Don't Stop No Snow  
20: Don't Leave Poor Me  
21: Ain't To Be Played With  
22: New Kind Of Mambo  
23: Ocean Of Tears  
24: Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On  
25: The Other Night  
26: Such a Cutie  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Big Maybelle: The Complete Okeh Sessions

  • Interpret: Big Maybelle

  • Albumtitel: The Complete Okeh Sessions

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Music Genre Blues
  • Music Style Ladies Singin’ The Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 916 Ladies Singin' The Blues
  • Title The Complete Okeh Sessions
  • Label SBME

  • SubGenre Blues - General

  • EAN: 0886972504322

  • weight in Kg 0.107
 
 

Artist description "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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