SE01 Émission 18: « Protest Songs » et premier « Folk Revival » des années 40

SE01 Émission 18: « Protest Songs » et premier « Folk Revival » des années 40

1925 – Ernest V Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers – All I’ve Got Is Gone
1926 – Uncle Dave Macon – We’re Up Against It Now
1927 – Frankie Trumbauer & Bix Beiderbecke – Singin’ the Blues
1928 – Furry Lewis – Judge Harsh Blues
1928 – Duke Ellington – Black Beauty
1929 – Bessie Smith – Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
1929 – Louis Armstrong – Ain’t Misbehavin’
1930 – Ethel Waters – I Got Rhythm
1930 – Dave McCarn – Poor Man, Rich Man
1930 – Harry McClintock – Fifty Years From Now
1930s – Art Tatum – Three Little Words
1931 – Gene Autry – The Death Of Mother Jones
1931 – Slim Smith – Bread Line Blues
1932 – Benny Moten – Moten Swing
1934 – Mississippi Sheiks – Sales Tax ’34
1935 – Memphis Minnie – Hustlin’ Woman Blues
1936 – Django Reinhardt – Shine
1936 – The Monroe Brothers – The Forgotten Soldier Boy
1937 – Chick Webb – Harlem Congo
1937 – Jimmie Lunceford – For Dancers Only
1937 – Noble Sissle – Dear Old Southland
1939 – Billie Holiday – Strange Fruit
1941 – Eddie Heywood & Billie Holiday – God Bless the Child
1941 – Lee Hayes & the Almanac Singers – The Dodger Song
1942 – .Josh White, Millard Lampell with the Almanac Singers – Billy Boy
1945 – Texas Jim Robertson – The Last Page Of Mein Kampf
1946 – Pete Johnson & ‘Big’ Joe Turner – Rebecca
1947 – The Golden Gate Quartet – Atom & Evil
1951 – Big Bill Broonzy – Black, Brown & White
1953 – Billy Hughes & the Rhythm Buckeroos – Atomic Serman
1954 – Count Basie – Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today
1984 – Ewan Mccoll – My Old Man

%d blogueueurs aiment cette page :