Title: Livin' With The Blues
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These included Blues Everywhere I Go, a 2000 Grammy-nominated blues/jazz band tribute album to the great lady blues singers of the 1920s and 1930s; Looking for a Home, a 2002 . In mid-September 2001, Odetta performed with the Boys' Choir of Harlem on the Late Show with David Letterman, appearing on the first show after Letterman resumed broadcasting, having been off the air for several nights following the events of September 11; they performed "This Little Light of Mine". The 2005 documentary film No Direction Home, directed by Martin Scorsese, highlights her musical influence on Bob Dylan, the subject of the documentary.
Like Leadbelly, Odetta has long had one foot in folk and the other in the blues. The singer did some of her most compelling work for Vanguard in the '60s, and her Vanguard output is the focus of Livin' With The Blues. Released in 2000, this collection focuses on Odetta's Vanguard recordings of the early '60s and paints a consistently attractive picture of her artistry
Livin' with the Blues is a compilation album by American folk singer Odetta, originally released in 2000. The focus of the material are the songs Odetta performed when recording for the Vanguard label. Most of them are taken from the albums Odetta at Town Hall, My Eyes Have Seen, and One Grain of Sand, along with a few rarities. All songs Traditional unless otherwise noted. Make Me a Pallet on the Floor" – 3:25. Mean and Evil" – 2:24. Livin' With the Blues" – 3:42.
Livin' with the Blues is a compilation album by American folk singer Odetta, originally released in 2000.
Odetta and the Blues is an album by folk singer Odetta, released in 1962. Recorded as the 1950s/1960s American folk music revival was getting underway, the album is notable for Odetta's use of a jazz band on the record. It has subsequently been re-released on CD in 1984 on Riverside/Original Blues Classics (OBCCD-509-2), Ace (509) (1993) and Legacy (354). All songs are traditional unless otherwise noted. Hard, Oh Lord" - 4:09. Believe I'll Go" - 3:05.
Mean and Evil, 02:24. House of the Rising Sun, 03:18. Fare Thee Well, 04:22. Rambler-Gambler, 03:21. Bald Headed Woman, 02:23. Now playing: Normani Dancing with a Stranger. Jonas Brothers Sucker. I have read and agree with the Terms & Privacy.
Tracks 9, 14 to 17, 19 and 20 are from the album One Grain Of Sand. Tracks 10, 12 and 18 are from the album My Eyes Have Seen. Tracks 11 and 13 are from the album At Town Hall. Compilation engineered for release by Jeff Zaraya from the original analog tapes, converted to 20 bit digital audio using the DCS 900. Sonic Solutions software was used to process the digital audio. Odetta and the Blues released: 1962. Odetta at Carnegie Hall released: 1960. At the Gate of Horn released: 1957. Sings Ballads and Blues released: 1957. Livin' With the Blues released: The Tin Angel released: The Tradition Masters, released: Best of the Vanguard Years released: Christmas Spirituals released
|Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor||3:21|
|Mean And Evil||2:19|
|Livin' With The Blues||3:39|
|Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out||2:12|
|House Of The Rising Sun||3:14|
|Empty Pocket Blues||2:21|
|Special Delivery Blues||2:37|
|Down On Me||2:56|
|Another Man Done Gone||2:31|
|Sail Away, Ladies||2:37|
|Rambling Round Your City||4:01|
|Bald Headed Woman||2:20|
|Ain't No Grave||2:19|
|Roll On, Buddy||3:00|
|79557-2||Odetta||Livin' With The Blues (CD, Comp)||Vanguard||79557-2||US||2000|
|VCD 79557-2||Odetta||Livin' With The Blues (CD, Comp)||Vanguard||VCD 79557-2||2000|