Heather Silvio | Queen of the Blues: Inspired by the Life and Music of Marion Harris (feat. Jason Corpuz)

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Queen of the Blues: Inspired by the Life and Music of Marion Harris (feat. Jason Corpuz)

by Heather Silvio

If you're interested in 1920s jazz and blues, then you'll love these new arrangements of classic songs, first sung by Marion Harris and used to tell her life story.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Jazz Baby (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:22 $1.29
2. They Go Wild Simply Wild over Me (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:29 $1.29
3. I Ain't Got Nobody and Nobody Cares for Me (feat. Jason Corpuz)
3:34 $1.29
4. A Good Man Is Hard to Find (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:28 $1.29
5. Everybody's Crazy 'bout the Doggone Blues but I'm Happy (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:58 $1.29
6. I'm a Jazz Vampire (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:48 $1.29
7. The Saint Louis Blues (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:37 $1.29
8. Look for the Silver Lining (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:15 $1.29
9. Blue (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:38 $1.29
10. I'm Nobody's Baby (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:11 $1.29
11. When Alexander Takes His Ragtime Band to France (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:31 $1.29
12. Some Sunny Day (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:25 $1.29
13. After You've Gone (feat. Jason Corpuz)
2:22 $1.29
14. Take Me to the Land of Jazz (feat. Jason Corpuz)
1:54 $1.29
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Album Notes
After stumbling upon the music of Marion Harris and learning that she was one of the first white singers in the early 1900s to become a national sensation singing jazz and blues, I wanted to learn more. She performed for decades and yet has mostly faded into history. Beginning with 14 of her songs currently in the public domain, I worked with a gifted pianist, Jason Corpuz, to develop original arrangements of the songs she first sang. I do not sing like her; I put my own stamp on the music. This album also marks the musical framework of an eventual art house film telling her story. My hope is that listeners will enjoy my versions of the songs - and then seek out Marion's! For those who are interested, my background is in musical theater and film/television acting, as well, as an author and psychologist.



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