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  1. Zuktilar
    Ernestine Anderson has been not only one of the greatest all-time jazz and blues singers, but has also displayed remarkable consistency. Her straight-laced, no-nonsense, soulful vocal control has graced many a standard or laid-back bluesy tune, each one of which she makes all her own. Reply
  2. Moogujind
    ) Bobina in metallo da cm 2T cm/s con musica Blues - I Pionieri del Blus. Buddy Guy – Albert Collins – Homesick James – Big Walter Horton – Albert King – Big Joe Tuner – Sunnyland Slim – Luther Allison – Koko Taylor – Freddie King – Mighty Joe Young – Hound Dog Taylor - Luther Allison – Lonnie Books – Smokey Smothers – The Aces - Cousin Joe – Carey Missing: Ernestine Anderson. Reply
  3. Kajikree
    ERNESTINE ANDERSON Runnin' Wild With Ernestine Anderson ( UK 4-track 7" vinyl EP, also including My Love Will Last, Call Me Darling & Interlude, fully laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear & the vin yl is excellent ZEP). Reply
  4. Goltitilar
    The Vinyl Word Back Issue Article: May Found on Vinyl: Ray Brown, Ernestine Anderson, and Ray Charles. Ray Brown and Ray Charles were consummate professionals. I seriously doubt that you can find too many recordings either had a hand in that cannot be counted among the best of their genres. Reply
  5. Gunos
    1 to 25 of items found for ernestine anderson. Favourite Searches. Reply
  6. Nikolkree
    Sunshine, an Album by Ernestine Anderson. Released in on Concord Jazz (catalog no. CJ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Standards, Vocal Jazz/5(4). Reply
  7. Tegis
    Ernestine Anderson Swings the Penthouse by Ernestine Anderson CD Promotional Ernestine Anderson Swings $ Anderson New The Ernestine Sound vocals SUE of Jazz Jazz of SUE Anderson Sound vocals New Ernestine The. Reply
  8. Shaktigami
    Moanin', an Album by Ernestine Anderson. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. MG; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Ernestine Anderson (vocals), Hal Mooney (arranger, conductor), Hank Jones (piano), Charlie Persip (drums), Milt Hinton (bass), Ernie Royal (trumpet), Nick Travis (trumpet), Marshall Royal (saxophone), Charles Fowlkes (saxophone), Billy Mitchell. Reply
  9. Moogukazahn
    A great cooker from the glory days of Ernestine Anderson on Concord Records – a time when the singer was rediscovered, and revamped in a bit of a bluesy mode – reaching a wide new audience at the time! Her vocals really shine at this point in her career, as she lets loose with a bit more personality too – as you'll hear on this swinging set of down home numbers, cut with a. Reply

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