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  1. Aug 17,  · 1. Baby Won't You Please Come Home 2. Black Mountain Blues 3. Empty Bed Blues 4. I Used To Be Your Sweet Mama 5. I'm Down In The Dumps 6. I'm Wild About That Thing 7. Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town 8. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 9. St Louis Blues Standin' In The Rain Young Woman's Blues The tracklist says it all, really.2/5(1).
  2. Afro-Creole-Choctaw-American pianist, vocalist, washboard percussionist, comedian, composer, producer, music publisher, accompanist, and bandleader Clarence Williams played a crucial role in the development of jazz and blues in New York City during the s. Often using one-shot pseudonyms for his bands and combining players from New Orleans, St. Louis, Kansas City, and Chicago with the 8/
  3. " Baby Won't You Please Come Home " is a blues song written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams in The song's authorship is disputed; Warfield claims that he was the sole composer of the song. The song has been covered by many musicians and has become a jazz diotutetalocomp.camtenttitildebiguladtingsunleroo.co: Blues.
  4. Baby Won't You Please Come Home Lyrics: I've got the blues, I feel so lonely / I'd give the world if I could only / Make you understand / It truly would be grand / I'm gonna telephone my baby.
  5. "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" is a blues song written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams in The song's authorship is disputed; Warfield claims that he was the sole composer of the song. The song has been covered by many musicians and has become a jazz standard.
  6. Louis Prima. Louis Prima (December 7, – August 24, ) was an American singer, actor, songwriter, and trumpeter. Prima rode the musical trends of his time, starting with his seven-piece New Orleans style jazz band in the s, then successively leading a swing combo in the s, a big band in the s, a Vegas lounge act in the s, and a pop-rock band in the s.
  7. Mar 04,  · Bessie Smith -- Baby Won't You Please Come Home Bessie Smith ( or ) was the most popular and successful female American blues singer of the s and s, and a strong influence on subsequent generations, including Billie Holiday, Mahalia Jackson, Dinah Washington, Nina Simone and Janis Joplin.
  8. "Baby come home" Baby won't you please come home? Because your daddy's so alone I have tried in vain Never no more to ever call your name When you left you broke my heart Because I never thought we'd part Every hour in the day you will hear me say "Baby come on home", daddy needs baby Baby won't you please come home?
  9. The song Baby, Won't You Please Come Home was written by Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams [US1] and was first recorded and released by Eva Taylor in It was covered by J's with Jamie, Fekete Jenő - Horváth Misi Blues Duo, Great Jazz Trio, Crytzer's Blue Rhythm Band and other artists.

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