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Mama Yancey - Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues download mp3 album
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Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues
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1965
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UK
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Yancey's recordings with other pianists include Mama Yancey, Singer, Don Ewell, Pianist (Windin' Ball Recordings, 1952); Chicago-The Living Legends: South Side Blues" (Riverside, 1961); Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues" (Verve Records, 1965); Maybe I'll Cry, with Erwin Helfer (Red Beans, 1983) recorded when she was 86 and 87 years old; and "The. Blues of Mama Yancey: Axel Zwingenberger and the Friends of Boogie Woogie, vol. 4 (Vagabond Records, recorded in 1982 and 1983 and released in 1988. Yancey died on April 19, 1986, in Chicago. Selective discography.

Mama Yancey's recordings with other pianists include "Mama Yancey, singer, Don Ewell, pianist" for Windin' Ball Recordings (1952), "Chicago-The Living Legends: South Side Blues" for the Riverside label (1961), "Mama Yancey sings, Art Hodes plays Blues" for Verve Records in 1965, Maybe I'll Cry with Erwin Helfer for the Red Beans label in 1983, recorded at ages 86–87, and. "The Blues of Mama Yancey: Axel Zwingenberger and the Friends of Boogie Woogie, vol. 4 for Vagabond Records, recorded in 1982 and 1983 and released in 1988

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Estelle "Mama" Yancey (January 1, 1896–April 19, 1986) was an American blues singer. She was the wife of pianist Jimmy Yancey. She recorded often with her husband. Yancey, born Estelle Harris, grew up in Chicago, where she sang in church choirs and learned how to play the guitar. In 1917, when she was 21, she married Jimmy Yancey. She often sang with him at meetings and house parties in the 1930s and 1940s and performed with him at Carnegie Hall, New York in 1948.

1 more album featuring this track. Jimmy Mcpartland & Art Hodes.

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A1 Good Package Blues
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
A2 Cabbage Patch
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
A3 Good Conductor
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
A4 How Long
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
B1 Every Day In The Week
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
B2 Get Him Out Of Your System
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
B3 Sweet Lovin' Daddy
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
B4 Trouble In Mind
Songwriter – Mama Yancey
B5 Granpa's Bells (Art Hodes Piano Solo)
Piano – Art Hodes

Notes

Harmony Music. Mecolico. NCB

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VLP 5013, FV 9015 Mama Yancey Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues ‎(LP, Mono) Verve Folkways VLP 5013, FV 9015 UK 1965
FV/FVS-9015 Mama Yancey With Art Hodes Mama Yancey With Art Hodes - Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues ‎(LP) Verve Folkways FV/FVS-9015 US 1965
FV/FVS-9015 Mama Yancey Mama Yancey Sings, Art Hodes Plays Blues ‎(LP, Album) Verve Folkways FV/FVS-9015 USA & Canada 1965