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Carol Leigh & The Salty Dogs - Wild Women Don't Have The Blues mp3 download
Performer: Carol Leigh
Title: Wild Women Don't Have The Blues
Released: 1975
Rating: 4.6/5
FLAC size: 1706 mb | MP3 size: 1427 mb | WMA size: 1676 mb
Genre: Jazz / Blues

Album Blues for Rampart Street. Wild Women Don’t Have The Blues Lyrics

Salty Dogs Jazz Band, Carol Leigh ‎– Ace In The Hole. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. St. James Infirmary Blues.

Salty Dog Blues" is an early 1900s folk song. It is in the public domain. It has been recorded by blues, jazz, country music, bluegrass groups and other styles.

The original salty dogs & carol leigh. As orevious concerts in this series have demonstrated, traditional jazz constantly. repienishes itself by attracting new generations of musicians - as well as listeners. Wb have presented artists who began their professional careers before 1920' others. closer to a halt-century later. Tonight we welcome a group that was originally Jormed. The Salty Dogs are devoted to that heritage of ensembles led by King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Jelly-Roll Morton, Bix Beiderbecke, etc. and later groups such as. Lu Watters and Turk Murphy, plus the authentic blues tradition of Ma Rainey and. Bessie Smith. While their home base is now Chicago where six of them.

On The Sunny Side Of The Street. 5. Wild Women Don't Have The Blues. 6. I've Got The World On A String. 7. I Don't Know What Kind Of Blues I Got. 3:56. 8. Blues For Yesterday.

Wild Women Don't Get The Blues. No Beginner, 0m 42sec. Wild Women Don't Get The Blues. Chat About Wild Women Don't Get The Blues by Keri Leigh & the Blue Devils. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App. Connect.

Definition of have the blues in the Idioms Dictionary. have the blues phrase. What does have the blues expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Feel depressed or sad, as in After seeing the old house in such bad shape, I had the blues for weeks, or Patricia tends to feel blue around the holidays. The noun blues, meaning "low spirits," was first recorded in 1741 and may come from blue devil, a 17th-century term for a baleful demon, or from the adjective blue meaning "sad," a usage first recorded in Chaucer's Complaint of Mars (c. 1385). The idiom may have been reinforced by the notion that anxiety produces a livid skin color.


A1 Wild Women Don't Have The Blues 2:43
A2 Ticket Agent, Ease Your Window Down 3:31
A3 My Heart 3:00
A4 Put It Right Here 3:16
A5 Gimme A Pigfoot 3:27
A6 Too Busy 3:30
B1 Messin' Around 3:05
B2 Kitchen Man 4:05
B3 Lady Love 2:19
B4 Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town 4:04
B5 At The Christmas Ball 3:30
B6 Cakewalkin' Babies 3:00

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – G.H.B. Records
  • Recorded At – The University Of Chicago, Mandel Hall
  • Pressed By – GRT Corporation


  • Banjo – Jack Kuncl
  • Clarinet – Kim Cusack
  • Cornet – Lew Green*
  • Drums – Wayne Jones
  • Engineer – Leon A. Kelert*
  • Photography By – Lew Green, Jr.
  • Piano – John Cooper*
  • Sleeve Notes – George H. Buck, Jr., Graeme Bell
  • Trombone – Tom Bartlett
  • Tuba – Mike Walbridge
  • Vocals – Carol Leigh

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 12-BSLP-175
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 12-BSLP-176
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 12-BSLP-175 GRT b
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 12-BSLP-176 GRT b