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Confessin' the Blues
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Confessin' the Blues

16 Feb. 2009 | Format: MP3

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Jay McShann b. OK (1909-2006), p;Gene Ramey, b; Gus Johnson, d; Walter Brown, v. Dallas April 1941 Decca 8559
McShann was a pivotal figure in the period when jazz and blues were coalescing into a new mix in 1941-42. The song was a simple blues, which McShann and vocalist Walter Brown wrote on the spot immediately before the band's first recording session in Dallas, and the record's success took the band and their new record company completely by surprise. It has subsequently become one of the standards in the blues canon with versions by amongst others, Little Walter and the Rolling Stones.
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