Label: Classic Blues - CBL 200034 • Series: The Essential (8) • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: USA, Canada & UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues, Piano Blues
How about "Big Fat Mama", "Don't Leave Me Here" and "You Can't Get That Stuff No More" done with Georgia Tom Dorsey in the days before Tom got religion. Or if you want to hear a solo then how about the classic "Turpentine Blues" and the two "Sugar Mama" tracks here/5(17).
· Precious Lord: The Great Gospel Songs of Thomas A. Dorsey Review by Thom Owens Precious Lord collects 18 of Georgia Thomas Dorsey's greatest songs, offering a terrific introduction to one of the greatest gospel country blues singers of the '30s/10(6).
The Rev. Thomas A Dorsey was the founder of the National Convention of Gospel Choirs, composer of ‘Precious Lord’, mentor of Mahalia Jackson and a wonderful singer and pianist in his own right, but as ‘Georgia Tom’, he had a great early career in the Blues. He was a talent-scout, accompanist, arranger and songwriter in 20s Chicago.
Tampa Red. Complete Recorded Works (c. May to 4 December ). Vol. 3: 9th July to June Tampa Red And His Hokum Jug Band: Tampa Red, guitar; Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano; Bill Johnson, stand-up bass; prob. Jasper Taylor, washboard; Frankie Jaxon, vocal.
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