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09 June 2009

An Unemployed Sweetheart




(from Redhotjazz.com)
"Lee Morse was a popular singer of the 1920s and early 1930s. She is best remembered today for the backing bands that were assembled for her recording sessions under the name of the Bluegrass Boys. The bands featured many of the best White jazz musicians of the 1920s. Presumably the band was called the Bluegrass Boys to make it sound like they were from the South (Kentucky is called the Bluegrass state). Lee Morse's family had Southern roots but she grew up in Oregon and Idaho, but few if any of the excellent Jazz musicians who played on these records were from the South. The band's music had nothing to do with the string band style of music that arose in the 1940s called Bluegrass."

Although it hasn't been updated in a while, there is an interesting page on Morse at www.leemorse.com where you can listen to some of her other songs, as well as check out some video shorts. Enjoy. +

Tracks

1. Want a Little Lovin'
2. He's Still My Baby
3. Side by Side
4. Old Fashioned Romance
5. Be Sweet to Me
6. Keep Sweeping the Cobwebs off the Moon
7. Don't Keep Me in the Dark Bright Eyes
8. Miss You
9. Blue Turning Grey over You
10. Tain't No Sin to Dance Around in Your Bones
11. Nobody Cares If I'm Blue
12. I Still Get a Thrill (Thinking of You)
13. Walkin' My Baby Back Home
14. By My Side
15. I'm an Unemployed Sweetheart
16. It's the Girls
17. Something in the Night
18. When I Lost You
19. Careless Love
20. Don't Even Change a Picture on the Wall

12 comments:

mhc said...

Oh wow! Thank you so much for that one. I love Lee Morse!

Cheers!
mhc

kurtjohansson said...

Thank you most superlativately! Knew Lee Morse only from an old early-Goodman album I bought because of some Annette Hanshaw tracks (and of course Eddie Lang) I didn't have. Her extra lyrics to "It's The Girl" (singular!) are not recorded by one else. It was her version of "Walking My Baby Back Home" I heard first before the old musician's joke: "Gee it's great after raping your date, dragging the body back home". Does anybody know more lines to that version?
Thanks again,

KJ

Terrible Terry said...

Gee, I thought I was the only one hip to Lee Morse! I have a number of the songs on this album, but they're pretty poor quality compared to these. Glad to be able to upgrade them. Thanks! My favorite Lee Morse song, recorded in her "comeback" period in 1950 is not included here though. It's "If You Only Knew." Now there's a real torch song for you!

Mario B said...

Nice ! Merci !

Chester Proudfoot said...

De rien.

nogrub said...

Hi! just to say thanks for the Eddie Condon's and I would like to ask if you can repost this Lee Morse album.
I don't know her very well, looks like she sings music that I appreciate, thank you in advance or
merci merci from this side of the pond, Roger.

nogrub said...

Would it be possible to repost this Lee Morse album ? It's my kind of music, thanks in advance or merci merci from this side of the pond,Roger.

Chester Proudfoot said...

Ready to enjoy again!

nogrub said...

Got it ! Great listening, thanks once again, Roger

Chester Proudfoot said...

Il n'y a pas de quoi.

Jamil P. said...

The link to download is dead...

Chester Proudfoot said...

Ready to enjoy again.