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Willie "The Lion" Smith - Blues, Why Don't You Leave Me Alone / I've Got To Think It Over download album

  • Performer: Willie "The Lion" Smith
  • Title: Blues, Why Don't You Leave Me Alone / I've Got To Think It Over
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: MP4 MP1 AU VOX MP3 DXD AHX
  • Released: 1937
  • MP3 album: 1511 mb
  • FLAC album: 1444 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 267
Willie "The Lion" Smith - Blues, Why Don't You Leave Me Alone / I've Got To Think It Over download album

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Blues, Why Don't You Leave Me Alone (3:22) 22. I've Got To Think It Over (2:37) 23. Achin' Hearted Blues (3:02) 24. Honeymoonin' On A Dime (2:44) Сканы: 300 dpi Автор рипа garet ja. Willie "The Lion" Smith in the 1920s was considered one of the big three of stride piano (along with James P. Johnson and Fats Waller) even though he made almost no recordings until the mid-'30s. His mother was an organist and pianist, and Smith started playing piano when he was six. He earned a living playing piano as a teenager, gained his nickname "the Lion" for his heroism in World War I, and after his discharge he became one of the star attractions at Harlem's nightly rent parties

Tracklist

A Blues, Why Don't You Leave Me Alone
B I've Got To Think It Over


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