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Saunders King - The Chronological Saunders King 1948-1954 mp3

Performer: Saunders King
Genre: Jazz / Funk & Soul / Blues
Title: The Chronological Saunders King 1948-1954
Country: France
Released: 2005
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Electric Blues, Jump Blues
Label: Classics
Catalog Number: CLASSICS 5149
MP3 version ZIP size: 1778 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 525


1Saunders King And His OrchestraSummertime
Written-By – George & Ira Gershwin
2Saunders KingImagination
Written-By – Saunders King
3Saunders King And His OrchestraLittle Girl
Written-By – Saunders King
4Saunders King And His OrchestraMy Close Friend
Written-By – Joe Josea, Saunders King
5Saunders King And His OrchestraDanny Boy
Written-By – Traditional
6Saunders King And His OrchestraStormy Night Blues
Written-By – Brad Curtis
7Saunders King And His OrchestraBlues About Midnight
Written-By – Saunders King
8Saunders King And His OrchestraWhen I Got Home This Morning (I'm So Worried)
Written-By – Saunders King
9Saunders King And His OrchestraRead The Good Book
Written-By – Saunders King
10Saunders KingEmpty Bedroom Blues
Written-By – Saunders King
11Saunders King And His OrchestraGoin' Mad
Written-By – Joe Josea, Saunders King
12Saunders KingWhen Your Lover Has Gone
Written-By – Einar Aaron Swan
13Saunders King And His OrchestraMisery Blues
Written-By – Saunders King
14Saunders King And His OrchestraUnfaithful Blues
Written-By – Brad Curtis
15Saunders King And His OrchestraQuit Hangin' Around Me
Written-By – Saunders King
16Saunders King And His OrchestraSt James Infirmary Blues
Written-By – Joe Primrose
17Saunders KingBig Fat Butterfly
Written-By – Eddie Barefield, Saunders King
18Saunders King And His Orchestra2:00 AM Hop
Written-By – Saunders King
19Saunders King And His OrchestraLong Long Time
Written-By – Joe Josea, Saunders King
20Saunders King And His OrchestraAuf Wiedersehn, My Dear
Written-By – Al Goodhart, Al Hoffmann, Ed Nelson , Milton Ager
21Saunders King And His OrchestraSomething's Worrying Me
Written-By – Saunders King
22Saunders KingNobody Wants Me
Written-By – Unknown Artist
23Saunders King And His OrchestraGet Yourself Another Fool
Written-By – Ernest Tucker, Frank A. Haywood
24Saunders KingSeptember Song
Written-By – Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson


  • Alto SaxophoneCurtis Lowe, Pony Poindexter
  • BassAddison Farmer, Lawrence Cato, Vernon Alley
  • DrumsBernard "Bunny" Peters, Bobby Osiban, Earl Watkins
  • GuitarSaunders King
  • Liner NotesDave Penny
  • PianoBrad Curtis, Cedric Haywood
  • Tenor SaxophoneEddie Taylor, Jerome Richardson, Kermit Scott
  • TrumpetAllen Smith, Eddie Walker
  • VocalsSaunders King


Tracks 1 to 4 recorded 1948-49.

Tracks 5 & 6 recorded 2-49.

Tracks 7 to 9 recorded 4-4-49.

Tracks 10 to 13 recorded 6-1-49.

Tracks 14 to 16 recorded 9-28-49.

Tracks 17 to 20 recorded 2-2-50.

Tracks 21 to 24 recorded 2-54.


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  • Copyright (c) – Classics Records


Blues & Rhythm Series Classics - Saunders King 1948-1954 - Saunders King. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to Saunders King 1948-1954 September Song 1948-49, Nobody Wants Me 1948-49 and more. 24 tracks 68:45. Fond of sentimental ballads and downhearted laments, West Coast singer and guitarist Saunders King led a series of little bands that also handled novelty jive swing and bluesy jump tunes. King's pioneering electric guitar work puts him in league with Charlie Christian, Eddie Durham, and Tampa Red. This chronological compilation documents the records he made for several small-time labels in San Francisco and Los Angeles between 1948 and 1954. Privacy Preference Center. We process user's data to deliver content or advertisements and measure the delivery of such content or advertisements, extract insights and generate reports to understand service usage andor accessing or storing information on devices for that purpose. Below you may read further about the purposes for which we process data, exercise your preferences for processing, andor see our partners. Blues & Rhythm Series Classics - Saunders King 1948-1954. Saunders King. Swingin', Lazy Woman Blues. 2014 сингл. Empty Bedroom Blues. The Very Best Of. Cool Blues, Jumps & Shuffles. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album 1948-1954, including September Song 1948-49, Nobody Wants Me 1948-49, When Your Lover Has Gone 1948-49 and many more. Buy the album for USD . Songs start at USD . Saunders Samuel King March 13, 1909 August 31, 2000 was an American R&B and blues guitarist and singer. Saunders King was born in Staples, Louisiana, in Caddo Parish. He was the son of a preacher, and sang in his father's church while growing up in Houston, Texas, and then Oakland, California. As a youngster he learned to play piano, banjo and ukulele, but did not pick up guitar until 1938. At the end of the 1930s he sang with the Southern Harmony Four on NBC radio, and decided to begin playing. Saunders King Format: Audio CD. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Chronological Classics CDs were a concept of Gilles Pétard of France who set out in 1989 to ambitiously re-release as many of the 78-rpm JazzBig Band Swing selections as he could, each with detailed and informative inserts. The first volume was Ella Fitzgerald 1935-1937 and, after producing close to 1,000 CDs, the series ceased operations in 2004 after filing for bankruptcy. By that time Pétard had started on some of the earliest 45-rpm33 13-rpm discs, while encompassing many of the top R&B artists of the time. King Oliver. Group Compilation. Songs in album King Oliver - The Chronological Classics 1926-1928 1991. King Oliver - Someday, Sweetheart. King Oliver - Dead Man Blues. King Oliver - New Wang Wang Blues. King Oliver - Snag It E-3848. King Oliver - Doctor Jazz. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 1948-54 68:5624 Carlos Santanas Schwiegervater. und einer der frühen R&B-Gitarristen und -sänger an der Westküste, Carlos Santana's father-in-law. and one of the early r&b guitaristsvocalists on the west coast