|A||St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
Written-By – Longshaw*, Gee*
|R.2476||Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues / Reckless Blues (Shellac, 10")||Parlophone||R.2476||UK||Unknown|
|O-28032||Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues / Reckless Blues (Shellac, 10", Mono)||Odeon||O-28032||Germany||Unknown|
|PZ 11108||Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues / Reckless Blues (Shellac, 10")||Parlophone||PZ 11108||Switzerland||1946|
|R 2476||Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues / Reckless Blues (Shellac, 10")||Parlophone||R 2476||UK||Unknown|
|B 71093||Bessie Smith||St. Louis Blues / Reckless Blues (Shellac, 10", RE)||Parlophone||B 71093||Italy||Unknown|
Album Bessie Smith Vol. 2 'St. Louis Blues': Original Recordings 1924-1925. The St. Louis Blues Lyrics. I hate to see the evening' sun go down I hate to see the evening' sun go down I makes me think I'm on my last go 'round. No, such privilege rather goes to Bessie Smith. Sporting an equally apt nickname to Handy, the Empress of Blues, Smith has been recognized as the most popular female blues singer of the 20’s and 30’s. Inside of this prevalence, her 1925 recording of The St. Louis Blues is amongst her most well known and most powerful performances. Billed as ‘Bessie Smith with Orchestra’, players on the 1925 notably include Louis Armstrong on Cornet and Fred Longshaw on Harmonium.
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Bessie Smith (April 15, 1894 – September 26, 1937) was an American blues singer. Nicknamed the Empress of the Blues, she was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and was a major influence on fellow blues singers, as well as jazz vocalists. The 1900 census indicates that her family reported that Bessie Smith was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in July 1892
Album: Ladies Sing The Blues (1925). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. No version is bettered than the one by Bessie Smith. Accompanied by just Fred Longshaw on harmonium and Louis Armstrong on cornet, Smith's version was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1993. The 1929 version by Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra was inducted there in 2008. Stevie Wonder recorded the song on Herbie Hancock's Jazz album Gershwin's World and won two Grammys in 1999 for his version. This song has been used in a number of films. In 1914, it appeared in the Charlie Chaplin movie, The Star Boarder