Ethel Waters

Also known as E. Waters, Ethal Walters, Waters

Discography of Ethel Waters:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Black Birds Of 1928 Featuring Ethel Waters 10 Audio Sutton
2 Shades Of Blue 6 Audio Remington
3 'Live' Miss Ethel Waters 22 Audio Garrafollo Good Disco
4 His Eye Is On The Sparrow 13 Audio 1960 Word
5 Do What You Did Last Night / Get Up Off Your Knees 2 Audio 1929-01-04 Columbia
6 Taking A Chance On Love / Love Turned The Light Out 2 Audio Liberty Music Shop
7 Memories Of You / You're Lucky To Me 2 Audio Columbia
8 Brown Baby / Ain't Goin' Marry 2 Audio Black Swan Records (2)
9 On Stage And Screen 1925-1940 16 Audio 1968 Columbia
10 Oh Daddy! 1921-1924 14 Audio 1970 Biograph Records
11 They Say / Jeepers Creepers 2 Audio 1938 Bluebird (3)
12 Black Spatch Blues / I Want Somebody All My Own 2 Audio Paramount
13 Baby, What Else Can I Do? / I Just Got A Letter 2 Audio 1939 Bluebird (3)
14 Take Your Black Bottom Outside / Weary Feet 2 Audio 1927-06-20 Columbia
15 Favourite Songs Of Ethel Waters 4 Audio Mercury
16 His Eye Is On The Sparrow 13 Audio 1960 Word
17 Am I Blue 24 Audio 1999 ASV
18 Do I Know What I'm Doing / Shoo Shoo Bogie Boo 2 Audio 1929 Columbia
19 Shades Of Blue 8 Audio 1950 Remington
20 Just A Little Talk With Ethel 20 Audio 1977 Word
21 1938-1939 16 Audio 1986 Rosetta Records
22 Reminisces 13 Audio Word
23 Diva 24 Audio 2003 Saga
24 Ethel Waters' Greatest Years 32 Audio 1972 Columbia
25 Performing In Person Highlights From Her Illustrious Career 11 Audio 1972 Monmouth Evergreen
26 Jazzin' Babies' Blues (1921-1927 - Vol. Two) 12 Audio 1971 Biograph Records
27 Who Said Blackbirds Are Blue? 20 Audio 1981 Sandy Hook
28 Ethel Waters - The Favorite Songs Of Ethel Waters 11 Audio Mercury
29 Ethel Waters Avec J.C. Heard Et Son Orchestre 8 Audio Concerteum
30 Ethel Waters 4 Audio Mercury


b. Chester, Pennsylvania on October 31, 1896 - d. Chatsworth, California September 1, 1977.

Singer and Actress inducted into The Grammy Hall of Fame in 1973. She started her career in the 1920s singing the blues and also performed jazz, big band, and pop music, on the Broadway stage and in concerts.

She died at 80 from heart disease.

She is the great aunt of singer [a=Crystal Waters].


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