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  1. Jay McShann: Confessin' The Blues Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection Add to Wantlist Remove from Wantlist. Marketplace 0 4 For Sale from $ Buy CD Sell CD. Share 5/5(1).
  2. Confessin' the blues Lyrics: Yeah, here I stand before you with my heart in my hand / I want you to great it baby, hopin' that you'll / Understand / I said baby, honey please don't dog me around.
  3. At least, it was pure blues in structure; the song had originally been recorded in the early s by its co-writer, Jay McShann, who's known as a blues-jazz pianist and is famed for leading a band in which Charlie Parker played prior to the saxophonist's rise to fame.
  4. The track collection leans heavily on electric blues, particularly blues that came out of Chicago, but that's not a big surprise coming from the Stones. Then again, Confessin' the Blues isn't meant to surprise, nor is it designed for blues connoisseurs.
  5. Aug 16,  · "Confessin' The Blues" was co-written by Walter Brown and Jay McShann. Brown was a blues shouter who sang with McShann's band in the 's when they co-wrote their biggest hit. Walter Brown.
  6. The band played both swing and blues numbers but played blues on most of its records; its most popular recording was "Confessin' the Blues". The group disbanded when McShann was drafted into the Army in
  7. 12 rows · Pianist Jay McShann sticks to the blues on this enjoyable release, not only .
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jay McShann - Confessin The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Jay McShann collection/5(7).
  9. Confessin' the Blues is no different, however now, the misdeed is masked as a charitable homage rather than overt cultural appropriation. It's alarming to .

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