Joe Williams - Everyday I Have The Blues / They Dont Believe Me (Vinyl)
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This should have been a great album considering the personnel, but it is a huge disappointment. It begins ominously with the opening of the first track cut off. Big Joe doesn't seem to bring much energy to his performance here and isn't in particularly good voice. I wish they could have had a do-over at a different time, because this one fell flat/5(4).
FOR JOE Williams, Christmas of was truly a time to rejoice: On that day he came aboard the swinging-est band in the land, the Count Basie orchestra, and began his climb to stardom. The title song of their album Every Day I Have the Blues is a diary of woes, but Basie and Williams turn it into a shout of celebration.
Everyday I Have the Blues, an Album by Joe Turner. Released in on Pablo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Electric Blues. Featured peformers: Big Joe Turner (vocals), Sonny Stitt (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), Pee Wee Crayton (guitar), J.D. Nicholson (piano), Charles Norris (bass), Washington Rucker (drums), Norman Granz (producer, layout, design), Sheldon.
Joe Williams (born Joseph Goreed; December 12, – March 29, ) was an American jazz singer. He sang with big bands such as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra and with his combos. He sang in two films with the Basie orchestra and sometimes worked as an actor.
Joe Williams experienced the unusual phenomenon of winning international stardom virtually overnight in He was just settling in as the new singer with the Count Basie Band, and the very first recording he made with the group put Williams over the top. The story of “Every Day I Have the Blues.
rows · Joe Williams (December 12, – March 29, ) was a well-known jazz singer. He .
Four different versions of "Every Day I Have the Blues" have reached the Top Ten of the Billboard R&B chart and two—one by the Count Basie Orchestra with Joe Williams and one by B. B. King—have received Grammy Hall of Fame Awards. In , it was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame as a "Classic of Blues Recording". more».
Everyday, everyday I have the blues Everyday, everyday I have the blues Well, you see me worried, baby Because it’s you I hate to lose Nobody loves me, nobody seems to care Nobody loves me, nobody seems to care Speakin' of bad luck and trouble Well, you know, I've had my share I’m gonna pack my suitcase Move on down the line.
Everyday I Have the Blues is an album by singer Joe Williams with Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring tracks recorded in (with one track from on the original LP) which was originally released on the Roulette label.