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The Blues and I Should have a Party

Label: 33 Jazz
Released: 2018
Track listing: Please Don’t Cheat on Me; The Blues and I Should Have a Party; You’ve Changed; Way Down in the Caves; Don’t Worry Blues; Should; I Don’t Live Here Anymore; My Handsome Man; Tell Me; Don’t Hold Back; the Memory of You; Time Waits for No One; Thank You.

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Zoe Schwarz: The Blues and I Should have a Party

Read "The Blues and I Should have a Party" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


That most durable and indivisible of popular music genres: the blues. Traditionally of an eight-or twelve-bar architecture, if not something more primordial from the pre-Great Depression shellac of Mamie Smith, Tommy Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and Charlie Patton. After years of sepia-toned, nostalgic reportage regarding the Ur-nature of this folk art, most of the cobwebs of ...


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