- Performer:Walter Brown
- Title:Confessin' the Blues
- Style:Jazz Blues,Jump Blues,Urban Blues
- Date of release:1981
- Recording date:April 22, 1949 - November 1, 1949
- Size FLAC version1965 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1251 megabytes
- Size WMA version1554 megabytes
- Formats:AAC XM ASF APE AHX DTS
All versions will come with liner notes from music journalist Colin Larkin, while the bookpack will feature removable card prints featuring drawings by blues illustrator Christoph Mueller. Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood contributed the album art with his interpretation of a bluesman. Confessin’ the Blues’ cover art by Ronnie Wood. Jay McShann and Walter Brown – Confessin’ The Blues. Disc Two 1. Howlin’ Wolf – Just Like I Treat You 2. Little Walter – I Got To Go 3. Chuck Berry – Carol 4. Bo Diddley – Mona 5. Muddy Waters – I Just Want To Make Love To You 6. Elmore James – Blues Before Sunrise 7. Eddie Taylor – Bad Boy 8. Boy Blue – Boogie Children 9. Jimmy Reed – Little Rain 10.
Rights Society: MCPS.
BPM Profile Confessin' the Blues. Album starts at 135BPM, ends at 106BPM (-29), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Little Walter. Blues With a Feeling. The Electric Harmonica Genius.
Commit A Crime; Otis Rush - I Can’t Quit You Baby; Jay McShann & Walter Brown - Confessin’ The Blues. CD 2: Howlin’ Wolf - Just Like I Treat You; Little Walter - I Got To Go; Chuck Berry – Carol; Bo Diddley – Mona; Muddy Waters - I Just Want To Make Love To You; Elmore James & The Broom Dusters - Blues Before Sunrise; Eddie Taylor - Bad Boy; Boy Blue - Boogie Children; Jimmy Reed - Little Rain; Robert Johnson - Stop Breakin’ Down Blues; Reverend Robert Wilkins - The Prodigal Son
Confessin' the Blues Album Cover Art. Little Walter. 10. Quarter to Twelve. 11 Confessin' the Blues.
Walter Brown with Jay McShaan and his Orchestra - Confessin' The Blues. Dallas, Texas, April 30, 1941. Now playing: Natalie Imbruglia Torn. Radio Center Ulyanovsk.
His Best is a greatest hits album by Chicago blues harmonica player Little Walter, released on June 17, 1997 by MCA and Chess Records as a part of The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (see 1997 in music). The album is seen as the CD successor to the 1958 The Best of Little Walter and features ten of the songs from that album. Juke" was Little Walters first solo recording for Leonard Chess and reached on the R&B Singles chart. A harmonica instrumental, it is Walter's most famous composition.
The first seven numbers on Confessin' the Blues show off Esther Phillips doing sophisticated, big-band blues (backed by a small orchestra led by Onzy Matthews) and giving direct and pointed yet elegant performances of "Confessin' the Blues," "I'm Gettin' 'Long Alright," and "C. C. Rider. The last four numbers, which comprise nearly 24 minutes, have Phillips doing a jazzier set to start with, backed by a leaner band (most notably Jack Wilson on piano), in a set produced for record by King Curtis. Confessin' the Blues. Walter Brown, Jay McShann.
CreditsWalter Brown - Composer, Primary Artist
Jay McShann - Composer
|1||What Evil Have I Done? Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|2||Gonna Play With Your Woman Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|3||Inform Me Baby Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|4||Lyin' Woman Blues Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|5||Suppressin' the Blues Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|6||Hello and Goodbye Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|8||Cindy Lou||Walter Brown|
|9||You Better Leave My Gal Alone Walter Brown / Jay McShann||Walter Brown|
|10||Squabblin' Woman Walter Brown / Jay McShann||Walter Brown|
|11||I'm Gonna Get Married Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|12||New Style Baby Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|13||Let's Love Awhile Walter Brown||Walter Brown|
|14||Nasty Attitude Walter Brown / Jay McShann||Walter Brown|
|15||Slow Down Baby Walter Brown / Jay McShann||Walter Brown|