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See See Rider Blues, Pt. 1 - Ma Rainey - Mother Of The Blues (CD)

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  1. Ma Rainey (April 26, – December 22, ) was one of the earliest known American professional blues singers and one of the first generation of such singers to record. She was billed as The Mother of the Blues. Update this biography» Complete biography of Ma Rainey».
  2. Lawd, Send Me A Man Blues: A Ma Rainey's Mystery Record: Disc 2: Featuring Don Redman, Fletcher Anderson & Louis Armstrong B Shave 'Em Dry Blues: B Farewell Daddy Blues: B Booze And Blues: B Toad Frog Blues: B Jealous Hearted Blues: B See See Rider Blues, Pt. 1: B See See Rider Blues, Pt. 2: B Jelly Bean Blues4/5(1).
  3. Discogs: CD, Mother Of The Blues. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  4. Aug 15,  · A rider is a sexual partner, a steady lover. So, was a woman singing to her rambling soldier lover in “C.C. Rider”? Over time, “C.C. Rider” became “See See Rider,” which is how Ma Rainey recorded it in See see rider, see what you have done, Lord, Lord, Lord Made me love you, now your gal has come.
  5. The songs are well chosen, and most of her best tunes are included here: "See See Rider," "Hear Me Talking to Ya," "Dream Blues," the very jazzy "Ya-Da-Do," and the famous "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Inevitably, certain important titles were not included. The omission of Lil Henderson's "Trust No Man," for example, is most unfortunate.
  6. Disc A. Bad luck blues --Bo-weavil blues (take 1) --Bo-weavil blues (take 2) --Barrel house blues --Those all night long blues (take 1) --Those all night long blues (take 2) --Moonshine blues --Last minute blues --Southern blues --Walking blues --Lost wondering blues --Dream blues --Honey where you been so long --Ya da do (take 2) --Ya da do (take 3) --Those dogs of mine --Lucky rock blues --South .
  7. In one of his early impressionist songs, Bob Dylan mentions "Ma Rainey and Beethoven." This CD provides a nice, brief introduction to her work. And what a work it is. She was an important figure in the development of the blues, demonstrating (with Bessie Smith and others) that blues were not just the province of males/5(3).
  8. rows · Gertrude Pridgett Rainey, better known as Ma Rainey (Columbus, Georgia, April 26, .
  9. Sep 01,  · Ma Rainey () has been accurately called the “Mother Of The Blues.” Born before almost all of the other classic blues singers of the s (Mamie Smith preceded in ) and with a birth date that might actually have been , Rainey reportedly was singing the blues as early as Born as Gertrude Malissa Nix Pridgett, she was married to Will Rainey in

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