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Weary Blues

The Story Of Jazz

Langston Hughes

Release title: Langston Hughes - The Weary Blues With Langston Hughes

 
Genre is Jazz  Non-Music 
Style is Poetry 
This album was released on the label MGM Records (catalog number E3697)
This album was released in 1958 year. US

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A1 Blues Montage ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A2 Opening Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
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A4 Commercial Theater ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A5 Morning After ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A6 Could Be ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
A7 Testament ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
B1 Consider Me ↓ mp3 Get lyrics ?
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In studio record of this release "The Weary Blues With Langston Hughes" attended those artists:

Charles Mingus (Arranged By, tracks B1 to B8),  Leonard Feather (Arranged By, tracks A1 to A7),  Charles Mingus (Bass, tracks B1 to B8),  Milt Hinton (Bass, tracks A1 to A7),  Fran Scott (Design),  Kenny Dennis (Drums, tracks B1 to B8),  Osie Johnson (Drums, tracks A1 to A7),  Val Valentin (Engineer),  Martin Williams (6) (Liner Notes),  Al Williams (4) (Piano, tracks A1 to A7),  Horace Parlan (Piano, tracks B1 to B8),  Leonard Feather (Producer),  Shafi Hadi (Tenor Saxophone, tracks B1 to B8),  Sam Taylor (2) (Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, tracks A1 to A7),  Jimmy Knepper (Trombone, tracks B1 to B8),  Vic Dickenson (Trombone, tracks A1 to A7),  Henry "Red" Allen (Trumpet, tracks A1 to A7),  Langston Hughes (Vocals), 

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  • Langston Hughes - Blues Montage

    Weary Blues, MGM, recorded 03/17/1958. Arranged By Leonard Feather Bass - Milt Hinton Clarinet, Saxophone [Tenor] - Sam Taylor Drums - Osie Johnson ...

  • Langston Hughes - "The Weary Blues" on CBUT, 1958

    African-American poet, Langston Hughes recites his poem, "The Weary Blues" (1925) to jazz accompaniment with the Doug Parker Band on the CBUT (CBC ...

  • Note On Commercial Theater

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Note On Commercial Theater · Langston Hughes American Black History ℗ 2008 Master Classics Records ...

  • "Morning After," by Langston Hughes

    poem, read by Hans Ostrom.

  • "Could Be," by Langston Hughes

    poem--from Selected Poems of Langston Hughes (Vintage), grateful acknowledgement. Images from goldpocketwatch.uk.org, vintageprintables.com [Lenox ...

  • Testament

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Testament · Langston Hughes The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes (Hd Remastered Edition, Doxy Collection) ...

  • Langston Hughes Jean-Michel Basquiat Charles Mingus Leonard Feather

    50 Cent Piece - Jean-Michel Basquiat Consider Me - Langston Hughes Accompaniment - Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather.

  • Discussing Langston Hughes "Passing" in The Ways of White Folks

    Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 12 The Ways of White Folks by Langston Hughes.

  • Consider Me / The Stranger / Midnight Stroll / Backstage / Dream Montage / Weird Nightmare /...

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS Consider Me / The Stranger / Midnight Stroll / Backstage / Dream Montage / Weird Nightmare / Double G Train / Jump Monk ...

  • "Dream Deferred (Harlem)" Langston Hughes poem EXAMPLE of Harlem Renaissance literature

    Dream Deferred (Harlem) By Langston Hughes What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore-- And then run?

More albums of Langston Hughes:

Weary Blues

The Story Of Jazz


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