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That's How I Love the Blues


Download links and information about That's How I Love the Blues by Al Cohn, Mark Murphy. This album was released in 1963 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 38:39 minutes.

Artist: Al Cohn, Mark Murphy
Release date: 1963
Genre: Blues, Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Tracks: 12
Duration: 38:39
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No. Title Length
1. Going to Chicago Blues 4:13
2. Senor Blues 2:25
3. That's How I Love the Blues 3:45
4. Jelly Jelly Blues 3:23
5. Blues in My Heart 2:12
6. Fiesta in Blue 3:12
7. Rusty Dusty Blues 2:03
8. Blues in the Night 3:38
9. Thea Meaning of the Blues 2:50
10. Everybody's Crazy 'Bout the Doggone Blues 2:24
11. Blues, You're the Mother of Sin 3:15
12. We Baby Blues 5:19



Despite the high quality of this release and his previous Riverside date, Mark Murphy would soon emigrate to Europe, not recording in the U.S. again until 1972. The word "blues" (or in one case, "blue") is in the title of all 12 songs performed on the set. Not all of the numbers are technically blues (including "Blues in My Heart" and "The Meaning of the Blues"), but the great majority are. However, there is a good amount of variety. Al Cohn's charts for a couple of trumpets and a six-piece rhythm section (which includes both piano and organ) are swinging, and Murphy is in top early form. Highlights include "Going to Chicago Blues," "SeƱor Blues," "Fiesta in Blue," and "Blues in the Night."