Helen Humes, Soundtrack: The Steel Trap. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1913, blues/pop singer Helen Humes is probably best known for her work with Count Basie and His Orchestra in the 1930s and 1940s.
Helen Humes. Helen Humes was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Emma Johnson and John Henry Humes. She grew up as an only child. Her mother was a schoolteacher, and her father was the first black attorney in town. Humes started as a teenage jazz and blues singer, then a vocalist with Count Basie’s band, and became an R & B diva.
17/03/2022 · Helen Humes (June 23, 1913 - September 9, 1981) was an American jazz and blues singer. Helen was born in Louisville, Kentucky. She moved to New York and became a recording vocalist with Harry James big band in 1937.
Helen Humes was a fantastic Blues singer who made some very early recordings as a solo artist, became famous as the voice of the Count Basie Orchestra, toured Europe with the American Blues Festivals and made a formidable comeback after a ten year retirement. With a recording career lasting well over 50 years, Helen never had a really big hit ...
27/08/2002 · Complete 1927-1950 Studio Recordings Review. A superb vocalist even at the age of 13, Helen Humes rarely left that peak of performance, appearing in front of some of the most swinging jump tunes as well as the most affecting jazz ballads during her long career. Like Billie Holiday and Dinah Washington, Humes was an early resonator with the ...
Buy on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id541323133Taken from Helen Humes « Original Jazz Sound: Songs I Like to Sing! 1960 »Extrait de Helen Humes « O...
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jrosen Oct 16, 2020. comentando 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do ( LP, Album, Stereo) S7571. This version is an amazing remaster. Has SLM in runout (Sheffield). So easy to hear Helen Humes is an isolation booth separate from all the musicians. Typical outstanding Contemporary recording.
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