8 thoughts on “ Come Back Sugar Mama - Various - Home Again Blues (Really The Post War Blues) ”

  1. Sugar Mama- This Tampa Red original released in as Sugar Mama Blues No.1, was recorded by Sonny Boy Williamson and Howlin’ Wolf (My Country Sugar Mama) and is a blues standard. There is a guest vocal by Henry Gray which mirrors some of Tail Dragger’s lyrics and sort of extends the call and response frames of this blues classic.
  2. SARA MARTIN: Achin' Hearted Blues/ Come Home Papa Blues/ Cruel Backbitin Blues/ Goin' Down To The Levee/ Hesitation Blues (duet With Eva Taylor)/ I Got What It Takes To Bring You Back/ If You Don't Like It, Leave/ If Your Man Is Like My/ It Takes A Long Time To Get 'em But You Can/ Joe Turner Blues/ Just Thinkin' Blues/ Keeps On A-rainin' (papa.
  3. Jan 13,  · Several months back we aired two programs spotlighting great unissued recordings from the pre-war era. This time out we begin a more ambitious series of shows featuring unissued records from the post-war area. The recordings were chosen by carefully combing through The Blues Discography (Second Edition). The recordings played on these.
  4. Four different versions of "Every Day I Have the Blues" have reached the Top Ten of the Billboard R&B chart and two—one by the Count Basie Orchestra with Joe Williams and one by B.B. King—have received Grammy Hall of Fame Awards. In , it was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame as a "Classic of Blues Recording". Post-war versions.
  5. Rock Me Baby is a blues standard that has become one of the most recorded blues songs of all time. It originated as Rockin' and Rollin', a song by Lil' Son Jackson, itself inspired by earlier blues. Renditions by Muddy Waters and B.B. King made the song well-known. When B.B. King's recording of.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Sugar Mama Blues - Taj Mahal on AllMusic -
  7. Jan 01,  · The Blues Comeback of Posted on January 1, by seanarthurjoyce In a year that many will be all too happy to see the back of with so many tragic losses in the music world, the blues seems to have made something of a comeback.

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