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'Deed I Do

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'Deed I Do
2:26  
02
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
3:57  
03
If You're A Viper
3:42  
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Woe Is Me
3:09  
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He's Yours, He's Mine
2:49  
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Million Dollar Secret
4:31  
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Too Marvelous For Words
2:44  
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Every Day I Have The Blues
4:07  
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Let The Good Times Roll
1:56  
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I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
2:38  
11
My Old Flame
3:45  
12
Just In Time
2:20  
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Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
3:20  
14
If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)
4:00  
15
'Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do
4:29  
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St. Louis Blues
3:07  
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 53:00

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El Cojonu Speaks

EL_Cojonu

Such a thin, girlish voice for such a ' portly ' lady. Helen was allright, but her ' hook ' was the novelty of her voice in her body mass. A novelty Jazz Singer savvyly used by the Count.

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Helen Humes never stopped swinging

Jazzspot

I could listen to Helen Humes entire career. She made great recordings with Count Basie in the late 30s, and she was still swinging and singing the blues around the world until the end. These recordings are good and also good quality. Helen had a knack for singing and delivering songs with a message, and Woe is Me is a great example. She sang the blues and pop tunes with equal skill, and never sounds out of her element. Wish she had sung more with blues legends - she could hold her own. If Jimmy Rushing had a sister, they would have named her Helen Humes. Listen to Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You...