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Buck Turner - Sing Sing Blues / Somebody's Darling Not Mine mp3 album

Buck Turner  - Sing Sing Blues / Somebody's Darling Not Mine mp3 album Performer: Buck Turner
Title: Sing Sing Blues / Somebody's Darling Not Mine
Style: Country
Date of release: 1937
Size MP3: 1327 mb
Size FLAC: 1914 mb
Rating: 4.5

Love to sing the blues? There a few things to keep in mind as you sing in this genre - find out in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather . .The history of blues music is rich and bittersweet. The genre was originally born as an expression of those suffering as American slaves, mostly in what’s called the deep South, That expression is heartbreaking by nature, but healing, too. The brilliance of the blues is that by singing about what’s making you sad, you feel better. But singing the blues is not that simple. It’s very easily overdone

Lady sing the blues, Леди поёт блюз, She's got them bad, У неё так тяжело на душе, She feels so sad. Она чувствует такую грусть. She's never gonna sing them no more. Что она больше не будет его петь. The blues ain't nothin' like a pain in your heart, Блюз – просто боль в твоём сердце, When you get a bad start, Когда ты плохо начала, When you and your man have to part.

Blues Rock Freddie King. 2. Do She Ever Think of Me. 3. Soul Twist. 4. If You Want to Know the Blues You Got to Walk in My Shoes. 10. Honest I Do. 11. Three O'Clock Blues.

Ladies Sing The Blues. Priceless footage of America's and history's greatest Jazz and Blues divas (complete songs, not just tantalizing excerpts) such as Billie Holiday backed by the most extraordinary band ever formed (featuring Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Ben Webster, Roy Eldridge, and Gerry Mulligan), the great Bessie Smith in her only film appearance, Dinah Washington on stage at The Apollo Theatre, Sarah Vaughan, Lena.

The Simpsons Sing the Blues is the first album released as an offshoot of The Simpsons. The album contains originally recorded music not featured in the series save for the first verse of the track "Moaning Lisa Blues" which was first featured in the episode "Moaning Lisa", which aired in the United States on February 11, 1990. The album was released on December 4, 1990, and peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.

Only adults sing the Blues. Adulthood, when it comes to the Blues, means old enough to get the electric chair if you shoot a man in Memphis. You can have the Blues in New York City or Los Angeles but not in New Haven or Phoenix. Hard times in Vermont or North Dakota are just a minor depression. Chicago, St. Louis, and Kansas City are still the best places to have the Blues, but Abilene, Mobile, and New Orleans are ok in a pinch. You can't have the Blues in an office building or a shopping mall; the lighting is all wrong. Other bad places for the Blues: Target, gallery openings and the supermarket. Good places for the Blues: a jail house, your mama's back porch, beside the highway, bottom of a rot-gut whiskey glass, or a solitary room in a fleabag hotel. No one will believe it's the Blues if you wear a suit or anything by Ralph Lauren. Do you have the right to sing the Blues?

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Sing Sing Blues
Written-By – B. O. Turner*
B Somebody's Darling Not Mine
Written-By – R. B. Culpepper

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Brunswick Record Corporation


  • Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Buck Turner
  • Yodeling [Uncredited] – Buck Turner


With additional accompaniment of steel guitar by unknown artist.
Credit role of guitar for Buck Turner is termed "probable" by Russell .

Both sides recorded 5 October 1936 in Fort Worth, TX.

Side A matrix no. FW-1272-1.
Side B matrix no. FW-1277-2.

This coupling also released on Banner 7-01-55, Oriole 7-01-55, Perfect 7-01-55, and Romeo 7-01-55.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): FW1272 1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): FW1277 2-3 CD C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): FW 1272
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): FW 1277