Please Don't Drive Me Away. Knock Me a Kiss. Mike Jackson. Soothe Me. Joe Greene. It's a Sin to Tell a Lie. Billy Mayhew. Please Believe Me. There Is No Greater Love. Merry Christmas, Baby. You Taught Me to Love. All Is Forgiven. Dorinda Morgan. Rocks in My Bed Duke Ellington. Foolish Harry Sukman. My Last Affair Haven Johnson. Sugar Jesse Cryor. Trouble Blues Charles Brown. A Long Time Charles Brown.
My Interpretation of Love Maurice King. Tormented Will Hudson. Alley Batting Charles Brown. Let's Have a Ball Charles Brown. My Baby's Gone Charles Brown. Texas Blues Calvin Boze. It's Rainin' La Verne Sarr. The Message Claude Landry. Still Water Otis Rene. Love Is a Gamble Joyce Simpson. Evening Shadows Quedillas Martin. Rising Sun Rudy Toombs. I Lost Everything Ella Tate. Lonesome Feeling Marge Champion. Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song. Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists.
The recording on the other side of this disc: Groovy Movie Blues. Uploaded by jakej on June 22, Search icon An illustration of a magnifying glass. What is truly on my heart and mind most of all these days? What would a "Fertility Goddess's" Gig be in ? What's been weighing on my heart and mind so heavy it hurts, is the sad, deplorable, alarming condition of our Planet today-wars, nuclear proliferation, global climate change, rapid depletion and rape of the Earth's once bountiful resources, genocide, poverty, starvation.
The whole litany of the world's ills make it imperative and urgent for us to all WAKE UP and start working together towards a massive healing of the growing imbalance that so-called "modern" society is spinning towards at such a reckless pace. Right now we live in a world so deeply out of balance, the thought occurred to me that if things continue as they are, there will come a time soon when there won't be any people to make romance and babies, and no place to do so either!
Quite to my own surprise, after all these years of not particularly liking topical songs, I decided to make a protest album! However, the concept quickly morphed into a pro-peace album, because I realized the issues that concern me most, go much deeper than just singing clever songs that "diss" the current leaders in power and the irresponsible, destructive havoc they have wreaked upon our world. They are, after all, just the latest personifications of the age-old, worn out Patriarchal Paradigm of Greed, Power, Oppression, Aggression, War, and the "To the Victor Goes the Spoils" mentality that has created and fueled most of the misery on this planet for millennia.
I feel it is vitally crucial to voice these messages once again. As Pete Seeger said recently, "If you love your country, you'll find ways to speak up for what is right. Finding the right the songs and singing them over and over again is the right way to start. Most of these women have boldly and tirelessly been lifting their voices for peace, non-violence, and social justice their whole lives, and their commitment to these causes has been deeply inspiring to me over the years.
Now we have all gathered here to lift our voices together in a heartfelt Musical Prayer for Peace. I am humbly grateful for their unanimously positive response and gracious participation in this project. I am also deeply grateful to my Brothers in Music-David Torkanowsky, Tony Braunagel, Hutch Hutchinson, and Shane Theriot known here as "The Free Radicals" for responding so enthusiastically to the concept of this project, going to great lengths to make themselves available, and delivering such inspired, soulful, FUNKY renditions of these songs.
It's been a prayer in the hearts and minds of most humans since time began, and at this pivotal moment we need to work together to manifest it as Reality. Listen to these songs, turn 'em up LOUD and let's get to work! The Time is Now or Never! Both of Maria's previous albums in this series for Canadian label Stony Plain, which is distributed in the U.
Both Maria and Bonnie sang the song with Sippie prior to her death in It was also around that time that Maria met Victoria Spivey, who took her under her wing and taught her the finer points of blues singing and performing.
These women were 'liberated' way before the term was coined; liberated socially, financially and - most of all - sexually from the prevailing confines and mores of the time.
Vocalist Maria Muldaur is a child of American folk and roots music. Raised in the fertile Greenwich Village scene of the s, she earned her musical stripes alongside some of the most revered folksingers of the period. Among her contemporaries was one Bob Dylan, the balladeer who single-handedly redefined the pop music landscape with a brand of insightful music that transcended its folk roots and left an indelible mark that is evident to this day.
In the early days of the Village folk scene, Muldaur and Dylan often played side-by-side in the coffeehouse circuit. Muldaur remembers well the "deep, fervent, compassionate and amazingly perceptive" voice that Dylan brought to the many social issues of the early and mid-'60s during his Village heyday. But she insists that there was-and continues to be-more to Dylan's music than commentary, protest and change.
Taj also plays guitar and banjo on several tracks. The blues as an idiom will continue to be vital and relevant because with grace, wisdom, pathos and a good dose of humor, the blues poetically testify to the common feelings and concerns that have always been a part of the human experience and are not likely to change or go away any time soon. It Had To Be You. You Showed Me The Way. More Than You Know. Sail On Blues. Blue Because Of You. Make Believe Land. If You Should Ever Leave.
When Your Lover Has Gone. Sunny Road. Falling In Love With You. Huggin' Bug. I Wouldn't Mind. Now That You're Gone. Louis Blues. Bobby Sox Blues. Juke Box Lil.
Why Is Love Like That. It's Over. Johnny Moore remained devoted to rhythm and blues. His guitar style is considered to have been an influence on Chuck Berry. He joined and formed several groups, before forming the Three Blazers with two other Texans, the bassist Eddie Williams and the pianist and singer Charles Brown, who was newly arrived in the city.
Scherman agreed to record the Blazers if Oscar Moore would play with them, and the recordings were released under the name "Oscar Moore with the Three Blazers".
This upset Johnny Moore, but it brought the group some exposure, and in they had their first hit , backing Ivory Joe Hunter on "Blues at Sunrise".Tracklist with lyrics of the album CLASSIC EARLIEST RECORDINGS  of Charles Brown: Fugue In C Major - Melancholy Madeline - Tell Me You'll Wait for Me.