|2||Double G Train|
|E3697||Langston Hughes||The Weary Blues With Langston Hughes (LP, Album)||MGM Records||E3697||US||1958|
|841 660-2||Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus And Leonard Feather||Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus And Leonard Feather - Weary Blues (CD, Album, RE, RM, RP)||Verve Records, PolyGram||841 660-2||US||Unknown|
|VSPS 36||Langston Hughes||Weary Blues (LP, Album)||VSP||VSPS 36||US||1966|
|841 660-2||Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus And Leonard Feather||Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus And Leonard Feather - Weary Blues (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Verve Records||841 660-2||Germany||1990|
|VSP-36||Langston Hughes||Weary Blues (LP, Album, RE, RM)||VSP||VSP-36||US||1966|
The recordings contained in this album were previously released in the MGM album entitled "Weary" Blues (E-3697).
Duration of tracks are not shown on the insert. Checking via the computer using iTunes it shows only one track (Weary Blues) with a total time of 44:34, which means that the 15 titles are played continuously.
℗© 1990 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Weary Blues also referred to as The Weary Blues is an album by American poet Langston Hughes reciting over jazz composed and arranged by Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather. The album was recorded in 1958 and first released on the MGM label. Blues Montage: Opening BluesBlues MontageCommercial TheaterMorning AfterCould BeTestament. Consider Me: The StrangerMidnight StrollBackstage. The Weary Blues - Langston Hughes. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Washington Musica Viva presents an adaptation of The Weary Blues, the 1958 collaboration between Langston Hughes and Charles Mingus. It features Mingus on only one section. Interesting, but not essential Blues. Charles Mingus Langston Hughes Format: Audio CD. On the remaining poems, Charles Mingus and band organically improvise a big, jazzy sound that punctuates Hughes's words. Paige La Grone. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Mr Feather writes that The Weary Blues, the title poem of this album, won first prize in a contest held in 1925 by a magazine call 'Opportunity'. The words include, Democracy will not come this day, this year or ever, through compromise and fear. Langston Hughes: Poems study guide contains a biography of Langston Hughes, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis of select poems. He finally stops and goes to bed while the Weary Blues reverberate in his head. He sleeps deeply, as a rock or a man that's dead. Analysis: The Weary Blues is one of Langston Hughes's blues poems. It appears in the collection of poetry by the same name, which was published in 1926 - not long after Hughes had moved to Harlem and immersed himself in the flourishing arts and culture scene there. Listen free to Langston Hughes The Weary Blues Opening Blues, Blues Montage, Commercial Theatre, Morning After, Could Be, Testament, Consider Me, The Stranger, Midnight Stroll, Backstage, Dream Montage, Weird Nightmare, Double G Train, Jump Monk. 2 tracks 47:12. Hughes attended Central High School in Cleveland, Ohio, but began writing poetry in the eighth grade, and was selected as Class Poet. His father didn't think he would be able to make a living at writing, and encouraged him to pursue a more practical career. Charles Mingus, Langston Hughespoetry 1958 Weary Blues Фрагмент 4. Langston Hughes, Charles Mingus And Leonard Feather 1958 Weary Blues Vol. 2 feat Charles Mingus. 1 feat Langston Hughes. Также искали . In 1958, Langston Hughes did a meek collaboration with jazz musicians. He read some of his poems to arrangements by Leonard Feather and Charles Mingus. Langston Hughes. Curtis Fox: The first side of the recording, the first side of the album as it came out originally as an album, was written and arranged by Leonard Feather, the other side Charles Mingus. Charlie, they sound different to my ear but I cant explain why, musically. Whats the huge difference between these two. The Weary Blues recording of Langston Hughes with Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather is published by Verve. Let us know what you think of this program, email us at. Langston Hughes's The Weary Blues, first published in 1925, describes a black piano player performing a slow, sad blues song. This performance takes place in a club in Harlem, a segregated neighborhood in New York City. The poem thus reflects on the immense beauty of black art-and the immense pain that lies beneath it. You can read the full text of The Weary Blues here. Get the enti