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Record details

  • ISBN: 0793515572 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9780793515578 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 score (222 p.) ; 31 cm.
  • Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Pub. Corp., c1992.

Content descriptions

General Note:
"Piano, vocal, guitar."
Subtitle on cover: Songs made famous by the great women of blues.
Formatted Contents Note:
Baby, won't you please come home -- Baby what you ... Read More
Subject: Blues (Music) > Vocal scores with piano.
Blues (Music) > Vocal scores with guitar.
After you've gone / Henry Creamer and Turner Layton.
Baby, won't you please come home? / Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams.
Baby, whatcha want me to do / Jimmy Reed.
Basin Street blues / Spencer Williams.
Billie's blues / Billie Holiday.
Black coffee / Paul Francis Webster and Sonny Burke.
Blue turning grey over you / Andy Razaf and Thomas "Fats" Waller.
Crazy blues / Perry Bradford.
Don't explain / Words by Arthur Herzog, Jr.; music by Billie Holiday.
Down hearted blues / Alberta Hunter and Lovie Austin.
Don't get around much anymore / Music by Duke Ellington ; words by Bob Russell.
Everyday / Peter Chatman.
Fine and mellow / Billie Holiday.
Fever / Eddie Cooley and John R. Davenport.
Gulf Coast blues / Clarence Williams.
Gloomy Sunday / Rezso Seress, Laszio Javor and Sam M. Lewis.
A good man is hard to find / Eddie Green.
Hear me talkin' to ya / Louis Armstrong.
Hold what you've got / Joe Tex.
I almost lost my mind / Ivory Joe Hunter.
I cried for you / Music by Gus Arnheim and Abe Lynman; words by Arthur Freed.
I will not be denied / Jerry L. Williams.
I'm a man / Ellas McDaniel and Koko Taylor.
I ain't got nobody (and there's nobody cares for me) / Roger Graham, Spencer Williams, Dave Peyton.
Jailhouse blues / Bessie Smith and Clarence Williams.
The jealous kind / Robert Guidry.
The lady sings the blues / William Engvick, Alec Wilder.
Mad about him, sad without him, how can I be glad without him blues / Larry Markes &Dick Charles.
Long gone blues / B. Holiday.
Love me or leave me / Words by Gus Kahn; music by Walter Donaldson.
Lover man / Jimmy Davis, Roger Ramírez and Jimmy Sherman.
The man that got away / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by Harold Arlen.
Mean to me / Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert.
My handy man ain't handy no more / Eubie Blake and Andy Razaf.
My man blues / Bessie Smith.
Nobody knows you (when you're down and out) / Jimmie Cox.
Pink bedroom / John Hiatt.
Please help me get him off my mind / Bessie Smith.
Riverside blues / Thomas Dorsey, Richard Jones.
San Francisco Bay blues / Jesse Fuller.
See see rider / Ma Rainey.
Sentimental journey / Les Brown, Bud Green, Ben Homer.
Some of these days / Shelton Brooks.
Some other spring / Herzog and Kitchings.
Sorrowful blues / Bessie Smith.
Spoonful / Willie Dixon.
St. Louis blues / W.C. Handy.
Strange fruit / Lewis Allan.
Stormy weather (Keeps rainin' all the time) / Music by Harold Arlen; words by Ted Koehler.
'Tain't nobody's bizness if I do / Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins.
This bitter earth / Clyde Otis.
Trouble in mind / Richard M. Jones.
Trouble is a man / Alec Wilder.
Two cigarettes in the dark / Words by Paul Francis Webster; Music by Lew Pollack.
Vision of love / Mariah Carey and Ben Margulies.
Wang dang doodle / Willie Dixon.
When the sun comes out / Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler.
Why don't you do right / Joe McCoy.
Why was I born? / Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; music by Jerome Kern.
A woman alone with the blues / Willard Robison.
Yellow dog blues / W.C. Handy.
Your red wagon / Raye, DePaul and Jones.

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