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Various - 14 Blue Roads To St. Louis album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: 14 Blue Roads To St. Louis
  • FLAC: 1154 mb | MP3: 1254 mb
  • Released: 1958
  • Country: USA & Canada
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Various - 14 Blue Roads To St. Louis album flac


A1 Benny Goodman And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
A2 NBC's Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street St. Louis Blues
A3 John Kirby And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
A4 Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
A5 Earl Hines And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
A6 Eartha Kitt With Shorty Rogers And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
A7 Perez Prado And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
B1 Tex Beneke And The Glenn Miller Orchestra St. Louis Blues
B2 Maxine Sullivan With Claude Thornhill And Orchestra* St. Louis Blues
B3 Hal Schaefer Trio St. Louis Blues
B4 Jack Teagarden And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
B5 Fats Waller, Bennie Payne St. Louis Blues
B6 Duke Ellington And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues
B7 Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra St. Louis Blues

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis


Distinguishing features of this submissions:
Black mono RCA Victor labels with Nipper logo directly above the spindle, in use 1955 with small changes through the early 1960s.
Label matrix J2JP decodes to J-1958, 2-RCA Victor, J-R&B-Jazz, and P-12" - 33⅓ RPM - Fine (Mono) .

Pressed by RCA Record Pressing Plant, Indianapolis, IN
Pressing is identified by the stamped ɪ in the deadwax.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): (J2JP-0685)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): (J2JP-0686)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped): J2 JP0685-1S ɪ A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped): J2JP-0686-5S ɪ A2
  • Pressing Plant ID (Runouts Stamped): ɪ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPM-1714 Various 14 Blue Roads To St. Louis ‎(LP, Comp) RCA Victor LPM-1714 USA & Canada 1958
LPM-1714-C Various 14 Blue Roads To St. Louis ‎(LP, Comp) RCA LPM-1714-C Germany 1958

The full 1958 vinyl album titled 14 Blue Roads to St. Louis Blues. Various legendary great artists. Check out the timeline for all the great artists.

Текст песни: I hate’s to see dat ev’nin' sun go down Hate’s to see dat ev’nin' sun go down Cause ma baby, she done lef' dis town If I feel tomorrow lak ah feel today.

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Saint Louis Blues" (or "St. Louis Blues") is a popular American song composed by W. C. Handy in the blues style and published in September 1914. It was one of the first blues songs to succeed as a pop song and remains a fundamental part of jazz musicians' repertoire. Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby, Bessie Smith, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Guy Lombardo, and the Boston Pops Orchestra are among the artists who have recorded it. The song has been called "the jazzman's Hamlet.

Movement I: St. Louis to New Orleans. Wynton Marsalis, David Robertson, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony.

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All the prodigious pianistic artistry of Teddy Wilson is in evidence on this album which features the pianist with two excellent rhythm sections. The 1968 sides, originally released on Storyville SLP 1005, were produced by Timme Rosenkranz. For the first half of the forties Wilson led various small combos, appearing in and around New York, and he devoted an increasing amount of time to teaching, arranging and broadcasting. Between 1949 and 1952 he had a staff post with the WNEW radio station in New York. In the sixties, Wilson continued to front small groups, to teach and to work in radio and television; he also made numerous trips to Europe for festival appearances, concert dates and recordings.

This Bar Bleeds Blue. St Louis Blues, stlouisblues. com are trademarks of the St Louis Blues Hockey Club. NHL, the NHL Shield, the word mark and image of the Stanley Cup and NHL Conference logos are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. All NHL logos and marks and NHL team logos and marks as well as all other proprietary materials depicted herein are the property of the NHL and the respective NHL teams and may not be reproduced without the prior written consent of NHL Enterprises, .

Most of us have driven on the three roads, most always without thinking about their names: Lemay Ferry, Tesson Ferry, Dougherty Ferry. So when a reader asked why these streets were so named, when they don’t even cross a body of water, we decided to check. First, Lemay Ferry and Tesson Ferry both cross the Meramec River into Jefferson County: Lemay Ferry becomes Jeffco Boulevard in Arnold and Tesson Ferry becomes Highway 21. Dougherty Ferry does not cross the Meramec, but it comes within less than 2 miles, south of Big Bend Avenue in Valley Park.

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