℗ 1973 Olympic Records
 

The Blues Heritage

King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith

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1.1
Sweet Lovin' Man
King Oliver
2:47
1.2
Sugarfoot Stomp
King Oliver
2:54
1.3
Southern Stomps
King Oliver
2:44
1.4
Big Butter and Egg Man from the West
Louis Armstrong
3:10
1.5
Mean Old Bed Bug Blues
Bessie Smith
3:14
1.6
I'm Not Rough
Louis Armstrong
2:57
1.7
Working Man's Blues
King Oliver
2:58
1.8
Snake Rag
King Oliver
3:02
1.9
Keyhole Blues
Louis Armstrong
3:29
1.10
Dippermouth Blues
King Oliver
2:39
1.11
High Society
King Oliver
3:01
Total Playing Time    32:55
King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, and Bessie Smith are placed together in a compilation of stunning performances outlining The Blues Heritage. The members of this trio are renowned for their contributions to the genre and history. This legacy recording is presented in stunning modern clarity with audiophile quality digital transfer.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Olympic Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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