|Interprète:||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones|
|Titre:||Dinah Washington Sings The Blues|
|Style:||Country Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Piano Blues|
|Category:||Jazz / Blues|
|Catalogue #:||832 573-2|
Written-By – Benny Goodman, Fred Royal
Written-By – Dinah Washington, Juanita Hill
|3||You Don't Know What Love Is|
Written-By – Don Raye, Gene DePaul
|4||Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby|
Written-By – Billy Austin, Louis Jordan
Written-By – Bob Russell, Tutti Camarata
|6||Make The Man Love Me|
Written-By – Arthur Schwartz, Dorothy Fields
|7||Somewhere Along The Line|
Written-By – Dinah Washington, Merrick
Written-By – Bob Russell, Lester Lee
|9||Trouble In Mind|
Written-By – Richard M. Jones
|10||Salty Papa Blues|
Written-By – Leonard Feather
Written-By – Dinah Washington, Adams
Written-By – Dinah Washington, Juanita Hill
|13||Time Out For Tears|
Written-By – Abe Schiff, Irving Berman
|14||Since I Fell For You|
Written-By – Buddy Johnson
|15||Trouble In The Lowlands (AKA Backwater Blues)|
Written-By – Bessie Smith
|16||A Bad Case Of The Blues|
Written-By – Clyde Otis
|P2-32573||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones - Dinah Washington Sings The Blues (CD, Comp, RM)||Mercury||P2-32573||US||1987|
|832 573-4||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones - Dinah Washington Sings The Blues (Cass, Comp)||Mercury||832 573-4||US||1987|
|EFVEi 068||Dinah Washington||Dinah Washington Sings The Blues (CD, Comp, RE, RM)||Folio||EFVEi 068||Italy||2003|
|P2-32573||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones - Dinah Washington Sings The Blues (CD, Comp, Club, RM)||Mercury||P2-32573||US||1987|
|832 573-2||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones||Dinah Washington Featuring Quincy Jones - Dinah Washington Sings The Blues (CD, Comp, RM)||Mercury||832 573-2||Germany||1987|
Label code LC 0383 (for Verve Records) appears on release, but Verve logo/text does not appear anywhere on release.
Remastered at PolyGram Studios, USA. Tape vault research by Kiyoshi Koyama.
#1, 3, 14 recorded Jan. 20, 1958 - orchestra arranged and conducted (unconfirmed) by Belford Hendricks, Nat Goodman or Fred Norman.
#2, 12, 15 recorded Dec. 1961 in Chicago.
#4 recorded 1959 in New York.
#5 recorded Dec. 4, 1956 in New York.
#6 recorded Oct. 4, 1957.
#7, 9, 13 recorded March 15, 1955 in New York.
#8 recorded in 1961, location unknown.
#10 recorded Aug. 3, 1954 in Los Angeles.
#11 recorded in late 1959 or early 1960.
#16 recorded Aug. 14, 1954 in Los Angeles.
Original sessions produced by Bob Shad, Quincy Jones, Hal Mooney and Clyde Otis.
Selected and sequenced by James Isaacs.
Digitally remastered by Mark Wilder, Dennis Drake and Kiyoshi Tokiwa, PolyGram Studios, USA.
Tape vault research by Kiyoshi Koyama.
Compilation (P) 1987 PolyGram Records, Inc., USA
(C) 1987 Polydor International GmbH, Hamburg
Disc made in Korea by SKC. Released in Australia, and probably New Zealand and South East Asia.
Dinah Washington: Queen of the Blues, Vol. 2 - Dinah Washington. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dinah Washington Sings - Dinah Washington. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Trouble In The Lowlands AKA Backwater Blues. Written-By Bessie Smith. Blue Gardenia. Written-By Bob Russell, Lester Lee 2. Back to the Blues is a 1963 studio album by Dinah Washington, arranged by Fred Norman. after her unexpected success on the pop charts, most of Washington's sessions for Mercury and Roulette during the last four years of her life were quite commercial, with string arrangements better suited to country singers and Dinah nearly parodying herself with exaggerated general, this is a more successful date than Washington's earlier investigation. Dinah Washington. Group Compilation. Songs in album Dinah Washington - Sings The Blues 1988. Dinah Washington - Show Time. Dinah Washington - Time Out For Tears. Dinah Washington - Trouble In Mind. Dinah Washington - A Bad Case Of The Blues. Dinah Washington - Bad Luck. Dinah Washington - You Don't Know What Love Is. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Dinah Washington is one of the all-time great jazz singers, and she staked that claim with a whole lot of blues in her delivery. This roundup of blues-heavy sides from her Mercury heyday, then, is a welcome addition to an already impressive catalog. Cut during the '50s and early '60s, the 16 tracks include such usual suspects as Trouble in Mind, You Don't' Know What Love Is, and Bessie Smith's classic Backwater Blues. Nicely augmenting these fine renditions, Washington transforms pop numbers like Since I Fell for You and. Dinah Washington Sings Her Heart and Soul. The Soul Queen: Dinah Washington. The One and Only Dinah Washington. The Fabulous Dinah Washington. Quincy Jones, Dinah Washington. Wish you a Merry Christmas. Nothing Blues. Dinah Washington Sings Bessie Smith - Dinah Washington, George Gershwin. Listen free to Dinah Washington Dinah Washington Sings the Blues Rich man's blues, Chewin' Mama Blues and more. 4 tracks 10:58. After this she went solo, signing with MERCURY records in 1948, remaining with that label until her death in 1963. It's been said that Dinah's hard-edged approach to love songs was due to seven failed marriages. The sixteen tracks on COMPACT JAZZ DINAH WASHINGTON SINGS THE BLUES are MERCURY sides spanning the years 1954-'61. All are high fidelity, with some in two-channel sound. Transfer quality is excellent on all. Musicians on these sessions include: Charlie Shavers, Clark Terry, Urbie Green, Lucky Thompson, Milt Hinton and Wynton Kelly