Della Reese | Some Of My Best Friends Are The Blues

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Some Of My Best Friends Are The Blues

by Della Reese

this woman knows the funkiness of blues; the sorrow of blues, and the sassiness of blues.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Some of My Best Friends Are The Blues
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2. Still Called The Blues
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3. Good Mornin' Blues
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4. I Got It Bad, and That Ain't Good
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5. T'ain't Nobody's Biz-ness, If I Do
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6. You Got The Right Key, But The Wrong Keyhole
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7. Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On
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8. Lay Baby Lay
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9. Too Much Man
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10. Gotta' Travel On
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“Some Of My Best Friends Are The Blues” revue follows an intimate journey into the hearts of women, and no one can make that journey more heart touching or enjoyable than Della Reese.

Della understands the reasons women sing the blues...the pain of love lost…the jealousy of love contested…the need for man…the sassiness of “making his mouth water”.

The themes may vary, but it’s still called the blues.

There is a whole lifetime of feelings found in the blues.

You will find yourself laughing and crying as you hear songs familiar, songs unfamiliar.

Della will make you moan with remembrances and shout with agreement, because the blues, of all the music we have, is truly the people’s music.

It touches that universal nerve that other music tries to touch.


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