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T-Bone Walker - Sings The Blues Album

T-Bone Walker - Sings The Blues Album
Performer: T-Bone Walker
Title: Sings The Blues
Country: France
Genre: Blues
Released: 1983
Catalog number: LP 9098, 1546751
Label: Imperial
MP3 album szie: 2524 mb
FLAC album size: 2482 mb

Tracklist

1Travelin' Blues
Accompanied By – Jim Wynn's BandAlto Saxophone – Edward HaleBass – Buddy WoodsonDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Zeb KindredTenor Saxophone – Eddie DavisTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jim WynnTrumpet – Eddie HutchersonWritten-By – H.E. Owens
2:20
2Get These Blues Off Me
Tenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – A. Walker
3:02
3Strollin' With Bones
Accompanied By – Jim Wynn's BandAlto Saxophone – Edward HaleBass – Buddy WoodsonDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Zeb KindredTenor Saxophone – Eddie DavisTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jim WynnTrumpet – Eddie HutchersonWritten-By – Davis, Walker
2:27
4You Don't Love Me
Accompanied By – Jim Wynn's BandAlto Saxophone – Edward HaleBass – Buddy WoodsonDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Zeb KindredTenor Saxophone – Eddie DavisTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jim WynnTrumpet – Eddie HutchersonWritten-By – V.L. Walker
2:31
5I Got The Blues Again
Tenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – V.L. Walker
3:07
6The Sun Went Down
Accompanied By – Jim Wynn's BandAlto Saxophone – Edward HaleBass – Buddy WoodsonDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Zeb KindredTenor Saxophone – Eddie DavisTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jim WynnTrumpet – Eddie HutchersonWritten-By – B. Lewis
2:20
7Tell Me What's The Reason
Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Oscar Lee BradleyPiano – Willard McDanielTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – F. Cadrez
2:31
8Blue Mood
Trumpet, Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – J. Robinson
2:50
9Blues Is A Woman
Tenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – F. Cadrez
2:47
10Railroad Station Blues
Trumpet, Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – D. Bartholomew
2:34
11Say! Pretty Baby
Trumpet, Saxophone, Rhythm Section, Rhythm Guitar – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – A. McGlothin
2:15
12You Don't Understand
Bass – Billy HadnottDrums – Oscar Lee BradleyPiano – Willard McDanielTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – V.L. Walker
2:35
13Cold Cold Feeling
Tenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet, Alto Saxophone, Rhythm Section – Unknown ArtistWritten-By – J. Robinson
3:07
14Evil Hearted Woman
Accompanied By – Jim Wynn's BandAlto Saxophone – Edward HaleBass – Buddy WoodsonDrums – Robert "Snake" SimsPiano – Zeb KindredTenor Saxophone – Eddie DavisTenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Jim WynnTrumpet – Eddie HutchersonWritten-By – B. Carter
2:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LP 9098T-Bone Walker Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Mono)ImperialLP 9098US1960
772136T-Bone Walker Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)WaxTime772136Europe2016
LP 9098T-Bone Walker Sings The Blues ‎(LP, Mono, Promo)ImperialLP 9098US1960
LBY 3047T-Bone Walker Sings The Blues ‎(LP)LibertyLBY 3047UK1965
DOL1519HT-Bone Walker Sings The Blues ‎(LP, RE, 180)DOLDOL1519HEurope2016

Credits

  • Liner NotesPete Welding

Notes

Recorded from 1950-1952.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5099915467515
  • Distribution Code: PM 231
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): 154675 1 A 21 M6 343500 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): 154675 1 B 21 M6 343501 2
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Pathé Marconi EMI
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 343500
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 343501
  • Printed By – Imprimerie JAT, Saint-Quentin

Short intro

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