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8 thoughts on “ Hold It Right There - Joe Williams - Nothing But The Blues (Cassette)

  1. Nov 16,  · Sticking to blues, Joe Williams is in prime form on this special session. His backup crew includes such all-stars as tenor-saxophonist Red Holloway, organist Brother Jack McDuff and (on alto and one lone vocal) the great Eddie "Cleanhead" fleetefselanicanetlovalistbiwe.coinfo many blues standards are familiar but these versions are lively and fresh.8/
  2. Joe Williams sings the blues with a looseness, creativity of phrasing, and pure joy that is rarely heard amongst more traditional blues singers. He toys with the phrase, mutates it, goes way out of time, and manages to make it all sound brilliant. The soloists are all top notch and Jack McDuff especially brings some tasty stuff to the table/5(11).
  3. I have to confess a bias - this was the first thing I ever bought by Joe Williams. I bought it on cassette a the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store in Los Gatos, California almost 15 years ago. Right when I bought it, I would play it over and over and over and over. It literally blew me away. This is an amazing recording/5(4).
  4. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by YouTube CSV2DDEX Hold It Right There · Eddie 'Cleanhead' Vinson Eddie Vinson Sings ℗ Bethlehem Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  5. A Man Ain't Supposed to Cry () What's New, It's the Talk of the Town, I'll Never Smile Again, I'm Thru With Love, Where Are You ('Top of the Town'), I've Only Myself to Blame, Say It Isn't So, What Will I Tell My Heart?, You've Got Me Crying Again, Can't We Talk It Over, I Laugh to Keep From Crying, A Man Ain't Supposed to Cry A Swingin' Night at Birdland () September in .
  6. After years of neglect, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson was finally receiving long overdue recognition at the time of this live session -- one of six albums recorded during a week at Sandy's Jazz Revival. Two of these albums featured tenors Arnett Cobb and Buddy Tate in lead roles. While Vinson has fine blues vocals on "Cherry Red" and "Hold It," it is his boppish alto solos on "Cherokee," .
  7. Nothin' but the Blues is a (see in music) album by the American jazz and blues singer Joe Williams with Red Holloway & His Blues All-Stars. For his work on the album, Williams was awarded the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Joe Williams With Red Holloway & His Blues All-Stars - Nothin' But The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Joe Williams With Red Holloway & His Blues All-Stars collection.

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