- Audio CD (14 Nov. 2000)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Collectables
- ASIN: B0000507ZY
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 728,795 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On
2. Shout Sister, Shout
3. It's The Girl
4. It's You (Eres Tu)
5. Nothing Is Sweeter Than You
6. I Thank You, Mr. Moon
7. Was That The Human Thing To Do?
8. (We've Got To) Put That Sun Back In The Sky
9. Stop The Sun, Stop The Moon (My Man's Gone)
10. Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me)
11. There'll Be Some Changes Made
12. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
13. If It Ain't Love
14. Got The South In My Soul
15. Doggone! I've Done It (I've Fallen In Love)
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By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While pop fans are far more likely to remember the *boodliaksaki* of the Andrews Sisters, it was the Boswells -- Connee, Martha and Helvetia -- who pioneered the dazzling group sound of the female swing trio, with a career that began in the 1920s. Jazz fans readily point out that, while the Andrews gals copied the Boswell Sisters harmonies to near-perfection, the Boswells always had a much headier, jazzier sound. These early tracks, made on the Bruswick label in the early 1930s, along with the Dorsey Brothers and their crew, certainly make the case that the Boswell Sisters had a real feel for the blues and could swing with the best of them. Plus, with instrumental assist by the likes of the Dorseys, Bunny Berrigan and Eddie Lang, how could they go wrong? Great stuff! If you haven't heard these gals already, then check these albums out. Their later work is great, too -- as time on, they only got better and better!
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