Sippie Wallace - Sings The Blues
|1||I'm A Mighty Tight Woman||2:53|
|4||Murder Gonna Be My Crime||3:46|
|5||Lonesome Hours Blues||2:58|
|6||Special Delivery Blues||3:14|
|8||Shorty George Blues||3:25|
|9||Woman Be Wise||3:52|
|10||Trouble Everywhere I Roam||2:40|
|11||You Got To Know How||3:25|
|12||Up The Country Blues||3:08|
|SLP 198, (SLP 198)||Sippie Wallace||Sings The Blues (LP, Album)||Storyville, Storyville||SLP 198, (SLP 198)||Denmark||1967|
|671 198, (SLP 198)||Sippie Wallace||Sings The Blues (LP)||Storyville, Storyville||671 198, (SLP 198)||Germany||Unknown|
|SC-44017||Sippie Wallace||Sings The Blues (Cass, Album, Dol)||Storyville||SC-44017||US||Unknown|
|ALCD 4810||Sippie Wallace||Women Be Wise (CD, Album)||Alligator Records||ALCD 4810||US||1992|
|SLP-4017||Sippie Wallace||Sings The Blues (LP, RE)||Storyville||SLP-4017||USA & Canada||1980|
- Liner Notes – Paul Oliver
- Piano – Little Brother Montgomery, Roosevelt Sykes
- Piano, Vocals – Sippie Wallace
- Supervised By – Karl Emil Knudsen
- Written-By – Sippie Wallace
Recorded in Copenhagen on October 23, 1966.
Pressing from late 70s/early 80s.
- Distributed By – The Moss Music Group, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Storyville
- Copyright (c) – Storyville
- Manufactured By – Teichiku Records Co., Ltd.
Abc of the Blues Vol. 48 - Sippie Wallace. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Stranger's Blues - Sippie Wallace. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sippie Wallace Vol. Исполнитель: Sippie Wallace. 2005 blues. Although Sippie Wallace had begun recording again in 1958 after a long absence just two 1945 numbers were cut after 1929, she had only recorded a total of 11 selections including three songs a week earlier in 1966 when she made this album, her definitive LP of her later years. Sixty-eight at the time, Sippie was still a powerful singer, as she shows here on such numbers as Woman Be Wise, Shorty George Blues, I'm a Mighty Tight Woman, and Up the Country Blues. Listen free to Sippie Wallace Sings the Blues Woman Be Wise, Trouble Everywhere I Roam and more. 12 tracks 38:06. November 2122, 1967 in New York, NY Sippie Wallace, voc Wallace born Beulah Belle Thomas, November 1, 1898 November 1, 1986 was an American singer-songwriter. Her early career in tent shows gained her the billing The Texas Nightingale. Between 1923 and 1927, she recorded over 40 songs for Okeh Records, many written by her or her brothers, George and Hersal Thomas. Her accompanists included Louis Armstrong, Johnny Dodds, Sidney Bechet, King Oliver, and Clarence Williams. Among the top female blues vocalists of her era, Wallace ranked with Ma. Sings The Blues is a blues music album recording by SIPPIE WALLACE released in 1967 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. George Blues 3:25 B4 Bedroom Blues 2:42 B5 I'm A Mighty Tight Woman 2:53 B6 Up The Country Blues 3:08. Piano Little Brother Montgomery, Roosevelt Sykes Piano, Vocals Sippie Wallace. About this release. Storyville SLP-4017US. Bedroom Blues, 11. Im A Mighty Tight Woman, 12. Up The Country Blues. Sippie Wallace. 12 tracks. Released in. classic female blues singer from the '20s, Wallace kept performing and recording until her death. She was a major influence on a young Bonnie Raitt, who recorded several of Wallace's songs and performed live with her. br br The daughter of a Bap. read more. similar to. sippiewallace Albums. Sings the Blues. You're now in slide show mode. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes back. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes forward. SPACEBAR resumes the slideshow. Press ESC to exit. Sippie Wallace was one of the original Blues Divas a talented young songwriter, a riveting performer and a most respected artist. They recorded an album of duets together, and then a solo album appeared, Sippie Sings the Blues with Roosevelt Sykes and Little Brother Montgomery sharing piano duties. The same year, she also cut a live album on Halloween night in Copenhagen, with the same side-men, that showed the warmth and passion she brought to the stage. The Blues Festivals loved Sippie, but in 1970 she suffered a stroke and it took her some time to recover. Eventually she showed her determination and resilience by returning to the stage and the studio