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Ultimate blues showstoppers : [piano, vocal, ... Read More

John, Dr., 1941-(Added Author). Turner, Joe, 1911-1985(Added Author). ... Read More

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  • ISBN: 0757993435 (pbk.) :
  • Physical Description: 1 score (254 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
  • Publisher: Miami, Fla. : Warner Bros., c2002.

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General Note:
For voice and piano. Includes chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
Additional lyrics printed as text.
Formatted Contents Note:
After midnight -- Ain't gonna worry my life ... Read More
Subject: Blues (Music)
After midnight / John J. Cale.
Ain't gonna worry my life anymore / B. B. King.
Ain't no sunshine / Bill Withers.
Ain't that loving you / Deadric Malone.
Almonia blues / John Lee Hooker.
Ask me no questions / B.B. King.
As the years go passing by / Deadric Malone.
Baby please don't go / Joe Williams.
Blues before sunrise / Leroy Carr.
Blues in the night (My mama done tol' me) / Music by Harold Arlen; words by Johnny Mercer.
Born in Mississippi, raised up in Tennessee / John Lee Hooker.
Can't you hear me talking to you / B.B. King and Dave Clark.
Confessin' the blues / Jay McShann and Walter Brown.
Corrina, Corrina / Adapted from trad. blues by Bo Chatman (co-credited to J. Mayo Williams) ; New words by Mitchell Parrish 1960.
Country girl / B. B. King.
Cry cry cry / Deadric Malone.
The dirty dozens / Rufus Perryman.
Diving duck / Otis Spann.
Don't cry no more / Deadric Malone.
Don't want no woman / Don Robey.
Down hearted blues / Alberta Hunter and Lovie Austin.
End of the blues / E. Hooker.
Five long years / Eddie Boyd.
Further on up the road / Joe Medwick Veasey and Don D. Robey.
Gee baby, ain't I good to you / Words by Don Redman and Andy Razaf; music by Don Redman.
Ghetto woman / B. B. King and Dave Clark.
Gulf Coast blues / Clarence Williams.
Hear me talkin' to ya / Louis Armstrong.
Help the poor / Charlie Singleton.
Hey lawdy mama / Cleve Reed.
How long, how long blues / Leroy Carr.
I believe I've been blue too long / B. B. King.
I can't put you down baby / Don Robey and James Wayne.
I feel so good / Bill Broonzy.
I gotta right to sing the blues / Harold Arlen, T. Koehler.
I'd rather drink muddy water / Eddie Miller.
I'm gonna move to the outskirts of town / William Weldon and Roy Jordan.
I'm gonna sit in 'til you give in / Dave Clark and B.B. King.
Hoochie coochie man / Willie Dixon.
In the evening (when the sun goes down) / Leroy Carr.
It's a low down dirty shame / Ollie Shepard.
Just a dream (On my mind) / Bill Broonzy.
Key to the highway / Big Bill Broonzy and Charles Segar.
Lady sings the blues / Words by Billie Holiday; music by Herbie Nichols.
Layla / Eric Clapton and Jim Gordon.
Lead me on / Deadric Malone.
Let's get down to business / B. B. King.
Letter to my baby / John Lee Hooker.
Lucille / B.B. King.
The man that got away / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by Harold Arlen.
Mean old frisco blues / Arthur Crudup.
Mean woman blues / John Lee Hooker.
Merry Christmas baby / J. Moore and L. Baxter.
Midnight / B. B. King.
Milk cow blues / Kokomo Arnold.
Nobody knows you (when you're down and out) / Jimmie Cox.
Nobody loves me but my mother / B.B. King.
Paying the cost to be the boss / B.B. King.
People get ready / Curtis Mayfield.
Pinetop's blues / Pinetop Smith.
Right place wrong time / Mac Rebennack.
Roll 'em Pete / Pete Johnson, Joe Turner.
See see rider / Ma Rainey.
Spoonful / Willie Dixon.
St. James infirmary / Traditional.
'Tain't nobody's bizness if I do / Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins.
Tired of your jive / Janet Despenza and Johnny Pate.
Texas flood / L. C. Davis, J. W. Scott.
Trouble in mind / Richard M. Jones.
West End blues / Joseph Oliver and Clarence Williams.
Why I sing the blues / B.B. King and Dave Clark.
Worried life blues / Maceo Merriweather.

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