Sippie Wallace - Shorty George Blues / Up The Country Blues album FLAC
Her first recorded songs, "Shorty George" and "Up the Country Blues", the former written with her brother George, sold well enough to make her a blues star in. .She recorded another album in 1966, Sings the Blues, on which she accompanied herself on piano on the title song, with Sykes or Montgomery playing piano on other tracks
Another Okeh acoustic of an early 20s female blues singer. Sippie enjoyed a lifetime of successes and wrote many of her songs herself: a rarity back then. Recorded a Grammy-nominated album with Bonnie Raitt in 1983.
Her reputation led to a recording contract with Okeh Records in 1923. Her first recorded songs, "Shorty George" and "Up the Country Blues", the former written with her brother George, sold well enough to make her a blues star in the early 1920s. In 1984 she traveled to Germany to tour with Zwingenberger, where they also recorded her only complete live album, An Evening with Sippie Wallace, for Vagabond Records. In March 1986, following a concert at the Burghausen Jazz Festival in Germany, Wallace suffered a severe stroke and was hospitalized. She returned to the United States and died on her 88th birthday, at Sinai Hospital in Detroit Documentary.
Written-By – Geo. W. Thomas, H. Thomas. B. Up The Country Blues. Written-By – Geo. Thomas, Sippie Wallace. Contralto Vocals – Sippie Wallace. Piano – Eddie Heywood (2). Notes. Recorded October, 1926. First listed in the Chicago Defender on January 8, 1924. Matrix, Runout (Side A, Runout): 8491-a.
Sippie Wallace knew about the Blues because she was part of its roots. She was one of the original Blues Divas; a talented young songwriter, a riveting performer and a most respected artist who became a best-seller in the early days of ‘race music‘, but she also knew about the suffering and loss that gives the Blues its heart and soul. Her first recordings, ‘Shorty George’ and ‘Up the Country Blues’ made her one of Okeh’s most popular Blues Divas, and she went on to release 44 songs in the next five years. Sippie and her husband and brothers were a great team, writing between them 31 of those songs with the guys also performing on most of them. 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.
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Sings The Blues is a jazz related blues music album recording by SIPPIE WALLACE released in 1967 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or 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. Storyville – SLP-4017(US). Recorded in Copenhagen on October 23, 1966. Thanks to snobb for the addition. sings the blues LP STORYVILLE.
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.
Up The Country Blues. Up The Country Blues Lyrics. Hey hey mama Run tell your papa Go tell your sister Run tell your auntie That I'm going up the country Don't you want to go. I need another half a dozen To take them on my ragtime show When I was leaving I left some folks a grieving I left my friend a moaning I left my man a crying He knew he didn't want me He had no right to stall.
Shorty George Blues şarkısını ücretsiz dinle. Sippie Wallace şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Suitcase Blues Sippie Wallace. Shorty George Count Basie. You Got To Know How Sippie Wallace. Love in Vain Blues Robert Johnson. Riverside Blues King Oliver. Sippie Wallace - Popüler Albümleri. Sippie Sippie Wallace. Sippie Wallace - Popüler Şarkıları. The Mail Train Blues Sippie Wallace. Women Be Wise Sippie Wallace. A Man For Every Day In The Week Sippie Wallace. Dead Drunk Blues Sippie Wallace. Everybody Loves My Baby Sippie Wallace. Mighty tight woman Sippie Wallace. Up The Country Blues Sippie Wallace.
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|A||Shorty George Blues
Written-By – Geo. W. Thomas*, H. Thomas*
|B||Up The Country Blues
Written-By – Geo. W. Thomas*, Sippie Wallace
- Record Company – General Phonograph Corporation
- Contralto Vocals – Sippie Wallace
- Piano – Eddie Heywood
NotesRecorded October, 1926.
First listed in the Chicago Defender on January 8, 1924.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): 8491-a
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): 9490-a