Rhapsodies in black : music and words from the Harlem Renaissance.

Bibliographic Details
Format: CD Audio
Language:English
Published: Los Angeles, CA : Rhino, [2000]
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Table of Contents:
  • Struttin' & stridin'. The Negro speaks of rivers ; Cotton Club stomp ; The Harlem strut ; Brother Low Down ; Letter from Aaron Douglas to Langston Hughes ; There'll be some changes made ; Sounds of Africa ; Sweet man o' mine ; The weary blues ; Blues ain't nothin else but! ; Kansas City man blues ; Indianola ; Hard hearted Hannah ; Sonnet to a Negro in Harlem ; St. Louis blues ; Copenhagen ; Cake walking babies from home ; Long gone ; Railroad blues
  • Testifyin' & philosophyin'. Smoke, lillies and jade! ; (Lookie lookie lookie) Here comes Cookie ; Charleston ; Chili pepper ; Lucy Long ; Chain gang blues ; Mother to son ; Deep river ; East St. Louis toodle-o ; Lazy drag ; How it feels to be colored me ; Sengalese stomp ; After you've gone ; Dead drunk blues ; No images ; Woke up with the blues in my fingers ; Worried blues ; Humpty Dumpty ; Ham and eggs ; Sugar
  • Preachin' & prayin'. If we must die ; Honey, I'm all out and down ; My handy man ; Ain't misbehavin' ; A handfull of riffs ; Bright boy blues ; The debt ; Harlem fuss ; Nobody knows you when you're down and out ; Fare thee honey blues ; Soon ; Smashing thirds ; Do shuffle ; Wherever there's a will, baby ; Dee blues ; Odyssey of Big Boy ; Minnie the moocher (The hi de ho song) ; Panama ; Royal garden blues ; America ; Jesus gonna make up my dying bed
  • Lustin' for love & life. I want to die while you love me ; Stormy weather (Keeps rainin' all the time) ; Corrine Corrina ; Sweetie dear ; The damnation of women ; Baby ; Happy as the day is long ; I got rhythm ; Let's get together ; Their eyes were watching God ; Lady be good ; Symphony in riffs ; Sendin' the vipers ; Down South camp meetin' ; The day breakers ; She'll be coming 'round the mountain ; Minor mania ; Sensemay√° : chant for killing a snake ; Symphony in black ; Echoes of spring ; Lookie, lookie, lookie, here comes Cookie ; The Negro artist and the racial mountain ; It never dawned on me ; Honey dripper blues ; I'm in the mood for love.