Charlotte Collett | Talkin' Trash

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Talkin' Trash

by Charlotte Collett

If you like saucy blues and double entendre, this album is up your alley: get a glass, kick back and relax.
Genre: Blues: Classic Female Blues
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1. Every Day I Have the Blues
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2. Since I Became a Hussy for My Husband
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3. Two-Fisted Double-Jointed Rougn and Ready Man
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4. Find Out What They Like and How They Like It
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5. Try and Get It
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6. I Got What It Takes (But It Breaks My Heart to Give It Away)
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7. I Didn't Like It the First Time
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8. Ain't It a Crime
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9. Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
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10. My Handy Man
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11. Tonight's the Night
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12. Last Call for Alcohol
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13. I'm Having a Good Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Talkin’ Trash

Classic women’s blues songs originating in the early 20th century are resilient, funny, and sensual and are abundant in their use of double entendre. There is no shame in the fact that sex is part of the equation in relationships between men and women. These lyrics can be risqué and fun and sometimes unhappy. The blues has its origin from slavery and plantation work songs recounting the daily rhythms and tribulations of the lives of people of African descent in the Americas.

In classic women’s blues, vocalists were accompanied by a pianist (often themselves) or a trio. In this case, the pianist is the accomplished Frank Owens.

Talkin’ Trash

Au début du XXème siècle, les chansons classiques de blues féminin ont du ressort, sont drôles et sensuelles, utilisent abondamment les double sens. Il n’y a pas de honte dans le fait que le sexe soit une donnée de l’équation dans la relation entre hommes et femmes. Ces paroles peuvent être osées et amusantes, parfois tristes. L’origine du blues c’est l’esclavage et les chants des plantations qui racontent le rythme du travail quotidien et les vicissitudes de la vie des gens d’origine africaine aux Amériques.

Dans les blues féminins classiques, les chanteuses étaient accompagnées par un pianiste (souvent elles-mêmes) ou bien par un trio. Dans le cas présent, le pianiste est l’excellent Frank Owens.




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