Hard, Oh Lord - Odetta - Odetta And The Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Apr 03,  · Odetta - Odetta Sings Ballads & Blues - Early Album Collection () Tracklist & Info: HERE! Mp3 [V0] - HERE! Posted by Jooge at PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. 1 comment: Unknown April 4, at PM. Real Folk Music by a magnificent person, Odetta. Thank you very much. Reply Delete.
  2. Nov 27,  · Odetta – Hard, Oh Lord Álbum: Odetta sings the blues Selo: Fresh Sound Records Ano:
  3. Odetta and the Blues, an Album by Odetta. Released in April on Riverside (catalog no. RLP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues, Gospel.
  4. The results are so convincing that if one didn't know who Odetta was or what time period she sang in, it would be easy to believe she had been a classic blues singer. From the upbeat New Orleans jazz of "Believe I'll Go" to the down-home blues of "Oh, My Babe," Odetta and the Blues is a fun, inspired, and surprising album.
  5. Odetta Sings the Blues is an album by American folk singer Odetta, released in It is a reissue of the Riverside release Odetta and the Blues.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Odetta And The Blues on Discogs. Label: Riverside Records - RM • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  7. On this CD, originally issued as an LP in , the great folksinger Odetta, who in that day hung out with Harry Belafonte and performed the songs of Dylan, Guthrie and other folk/protest composers, got with jazz producer Orrin Keepnews to make a blues record for the Riverside label, which was famous for jazz and lesser-known for folk releases/5(22).
  8. Odetta is the first official compilation of Odetta songs. It features songs from The Tin Angel, Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues, At the Gate of Horn and Odetta At Town Hall although not necessarily versions from those albums. It had a poorer reputation than the above-mentioned original albums, being seen as thrown-together by the label.

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