Ella Mae Morse Жанр: Jump Blues / Traditional Pop / Big Band Год выпуска диска: 1995-1997 Производитель диска: Germany / Аудио кодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 192-320 kbps Продолжительность: 07:01:57 Трэклист:
(1995) Ella Mae Morse - Razzle Dazzle (mp3 / CBR - 192 kbps)
01.Oakie Boogie(2:29) 02.Organ Grinders Swing(2:28) 03.The Blacksmith Blues(3:06) 04.Tennessee Saturday Night(2:21) 05.A little Further Down the Road a Piece(2:30) 06.Get Off It And Go(2:22) 07.5-10-15 Hours(2:32) 08.How Can You Leave A Man Like This(2:46) 09.It's You I Love(2:20) 10.Lovey Dovey(2:44) 11.Give A Little Time To Your Lover(2:07) 12.Bring Back My Baby(2:16) 13.Livin' Livin' Livin'(2:18) 14.Smack Dab In The Middle(2:35) 15.Heart Full Of Hope(2:19) 16.Yes, Yes I Do(2:20) 17.Razzle Dazzle(2:46) 18.Piddly Patter Patter(2:10) 19.Seventeen(2:20) 20.When Boy Kiss Girl (It's Love)(2:01) 21.Give Me Love(2:24) 22.Rockin' And Rollin'(2:24) 23.House Of Blue Lights(2:53) 24.Male Call(3:12) 25.Jump Back Honey(2:06) 26.T'aint Whatcha Do(2:54) 27.Forty Cups Of Coffee(2:54) 28.Have Mercy Baby(2:18) 29.Money Honey(2:38) 30.Rock Me All Night Long(2:25)
(1997) Ella Mae Morse - Barrelhouse, Boogie & The Blues, Disc 1-5 (320 kbps)
01. Cow-Cow Boogie (With Freddie Slack) 02. He's My Guy (With Freddie Slack) 03. Mister Five By Five (With Freddie Slack) 04. The Thrill Is Gone (With Freddie Slack) 05. Old Rob Roy (With Freddie Slack) 06. Get On Board, Little Chillun (With Freddie Slack) 07. Shoo Shoo Baby 08. No Love, No Nothin' 09. Solid Potato Salad 10. Milkman Keep Those Bottles Quiet 11. Why Shouldn't I 12. Boogie Blues 13. Tess's Torch Song (I Had A Man) 14. Invitation To The Blues 15. The Patty Cake Man 16. The Patty Cake Man 17. Hello Suzanne 18. Take Care Of You For Me 19. Ya' Betcha 20. Captain Kidd 21. Jumpin' Jack 22. Rip Van Winkle 23. Buzz Me 24. The House Of Blue Lights 25. Hey, Mr. Postman
01. Your Conscience Tells Me So 02. Pig Foot Pete 03. That's My Home 04. Mister Fine 05. The Merry Ha-Ha 06. That's My Home 07. The Merry Ha-Ha 08. Pine Top Schwartz 09. Hoodle Addle 10. Get Off It And Go 11. Old Shank's Mare 12. A Little Further Down The Road A Piece 13. Early In The Morning 14. Bombo B. Bailey 15. On The Sunny Side Of The Street 16. Tennessee Saturday Night 17. Sensational 18. Love Ya Like Mad 19. Old Spider Fingers 20. Love Me Or Leave Me 21. The Blacksmith Blues 22. Am I In Love 23. Okie Boogie 24. Organ Grinder's Swing 25. It's So Exciting 26. A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed 27. Okie Boogie
01. I'm Hog Tied Over You (With Tenessee Ernie Ford) 02. False Hearted Girl (With Tennessee Ernie Ford) 03. Here Comes The Blues 04. Male Call 05. The Song Is For You 06. You've Taken An Unfair Advantage Of Me 07. Greyhound 08. Jump Back Honey 09. Bouncin' Ball 10. Find A Man For Me Mama 11. Good 12. You For Me 13. The Guy Who Invented Kissin' 14. I'm A Rich Woman 15. Big Mamou (Intro) 16. Big Mamou 17. Big Mamou (Outro) 18. 'T'Ain't Whatcha Do 19. Carioca 20. Is It Any Wonder 21. Forty Cups Of Coffee 22. Oh You Crazy Moon 23. It Ain't Necessarily So 24. 'T'Ain't Whatcha Do 25. Have Mercy Baby 26. Money Honey 27. Rock Me All Night Long 28. Daddy Daddy
01. I Love You, Yes I Do 02. 5-10-15 Hours 03. How Can You Leave A Man Like This 04. It's Raining Tears From My Eyes 05. It's You I Love 06. Happy Habit 07. Dedicated To You 08. Lovey Dovey 09. Goodnight Sweetheart 10. (We've Reached) The Point Of No Return 11. Give A Little Time To Your Lover 12. Bring Back My Baby 13. All I Need Is You 14. Livin' Livin' Livin' 15. Won't You Listen To Me Baby 16. Smack Dab In The Middle 17. Afraid 18. Heart Full Of Hope 19. Yes, Yes I Do 20. Razzle Dazzle 21. Ain't That A Shame 22. Piddily Patter Patter 23. Seventeen 24. Birmingham 25. An Occasional Man 26. Singing-ing-ing 27. When Boy Kiss Girl (It's Love) 28. Give Me Love 29. Once You've Been Lovers
01. What Good'll It Do Me 02. Down In Mexico 03. I'm Gonna Walk 04. Rock And Roll Wedding 05. Coffee Date 06. Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey 07. You Ought To Be Mine 08. Mister Memory Maker 09. A Long Time Ago 10. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive 11. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter 12. My Funny Valentine 13. Baby Won't You Please Come Home 14. Rockin' And Rollin' 15. Sway Me 16. I'm Hog Tied Over You 17. I'm Gone 18. Jersey Bounce 19. Heart And Soul 20. When My Sugar Walks Down The Street 21. I Can't Get Started 22. Music, Maestro Please 23. Day In, Day Out 24. You Go To My Head 25. Dream A Little Dream Of Me
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One of the most talented and overlooked vocalists of the '40s, Ella Mae Morse blended jazz, country, pop, and R&B; at times she came remarkably close to what would be known as rock & roll. When she wasn't yet 14, Morse had her first taste of the big time, when Jimmy Dorsey's band came to Dallas for a stay at the Adolphus Hotel and she called for an audition. Unbeknownst to her, the band needed a new female vocalist. Believing that Morse was indeed 19, as she and her mother claimed, Dorsey hired her. When he received a letter from the school board declaring that he was responsible for The Morse's care, Dorsey fired her. Morse joined former Dorsey pianist Freddie Slack's band in 1942; she was only 17 when they cut "Cow Cow Boogie," which became Capitol Records' first gold single. The following year, Morse began recording solo. Although her recordings were consistently solid and sold fairly well (frequently charting better on the Black charts than on the pop charts), Morse never obtained a huge following. She retired from recording in 1957, and died of respiratory failure on October 16, 1999.
Ella Mae Morse would have objected to the title of this box set, appropriated from the name of a 1954 LP, since it was her contention that she never performed "Barrelhouse," but there is little else to fault with this extensive five-disc box set of her complete Capitol recordings from 1942-1957. Beginning with her collaborations with Freddie Slack (including her career-launching hit "Cow-Cow Boogie") and similar jazz and pop novelties, the set follows Morse through pop and jazz standards, her duets with Tennessee Ernie Ford, sessions with Les Baxter and Nelson Riddle, covers of R&B hits, and odd quasi-rock & roll experiments. Perhaps because of her Texas upbringing Morse was often saddled with hillbilly leaning material, although sometimes, as on her version of the Little Jimmy Dickens hit "A-Sleepin' at the Foot of the Bed" and her gender-reversed take on Hank Snow's "The Gal Who Invented Kissin'," the results are much closer to jazz than country. Because of her flirtations with hillbilly music Morse is not taken as seriously as Peggy Lee or Anita O'Day by jazz critics, which is not only a shame because of its marginalization of an obviously talented artist but because it starkly reveals the class and genre prejudices that continue to shape critical opinions of popular music. Cutting away the dross, Morse was a gifted and awesomely bluesy vocalist who was guided through an unusual and sometimes unbecoming musical terrain, and listening to her complete Capitol recordings offers a fascinating microcosm of the stresses and strains resulting from hybridization in popular music in the '40s and '50s.
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