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Blues, Candy & Big Maybelle

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Download links and information about Blues, Candy & Big Maybelle by Big Maybelle. This album was released in 1958 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:15:31 minutes.

Artist: Big Maybelle
Release date: 1958
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:15:31
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Candy 2:42
2. Ring Dang Dilly 2:18
3. Blues Early, Early 4:33
4. A Little Bird Told Me 1:57
5. So Long 3:22
6. That's a Pretty Good Love 2:35
7. Tell Me Who 2:14
8. Ramblin' Blues 2:54
9. Rockhouse 2:18
10. I Don't Want to Cry 2:21
11. Pitiful 2:59
12. A Good Man Is Hard to Find 2:12
13. How It Lies 3:05
14. Goin' Home Baby 2:17
15. So Long 3:22
16. Say It Isn't So 2:29
17. If I Could Be With You 2:27
18. Goodnight Wherever You Are 3:17
19. That's a Pretty Good Love 2:35
20. White Christmas 2:18
21. Silent Night 2:21
22. How It Lies 3:05
23. Goin' Home Baby 2:17
24. I Ain't Got Nobody 2:53
25. I Understand 2:43
26. I Got It Bad 2:55
27. Some of These Days 2:40
28. Until the Real Thing Comes Along 2:22

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Two vinyl albums of Maybelle's Savoy recordings on one compact disc makes for a nice 28-track retrospective of her prime work. First up is the album originally issued as Blues, Candy and Big Maybelle, a chunk of session work from 1956-1957, with a three-song date from 1959 to round things up. Her takes on "Rockhouse," "Ramblin' Blues," and the title track are the big tickets here. The second anthology, titled simply Big Maybelle, features her recordings from 1956-1959, with the balance of it leaning toward her later output for the label. A 1957 session with Kenny Burrell on guitar yields interesting stabs at "White Christmas" and "Silent Night," while a 1959 session finds her big voice framed with a string section on a great read of "Until the Real Thing Comes Along." A very underrated singer, Big Maybelle is a total delight and deserves a much wider hearing.