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Dinah Washington: "Queen of The Blues" "Queen Of The JukeBox" "Queen of The Jam Sessions"


Born: Ruth Lee Jones on August 29, 1924 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Parents: Ollie Jones and Alice Williams

Siblings: ?

Spouse(s): Married 7 times; see more at  626 more words


Conflict of Interest at Politico Massachusetts Playbook (II)

Well the hardworking staff wandered into a bit of a quagmire yesterday when we looked at the confluence of a Massachusetts Playbook ad and some Massachusetts Playbook editorial content that both seemed to have the same objective: to boost the expansion of charter schools in the Bay State. 469 more words

Blues and Rhythm Show 194 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, August 25th, (1:00-2:30 pm).

Our plan was to work up a feature on R&B. This evolved to a full-length study of Chicago’s… 249 more words

Soulville - Sheet Music

Title  Soulville
Composer  Titus Turner, Henry Glover, Morris Levy, Dinah Washington
Composition’s Year  1963
Aretha’s First Recording Year  1964
Label  Columbia
Publisher  Nom Music Inc., DeLarue Music Corp. 37 more words

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Dinah Washington - What A Diff'rence A Days Makes (Mercury)

Born in Tuscaloosa, AL, Dinah Washington made her debut at the age of 2O, dropping her first single – ‘I Know How To Do It’ on Keynote Recordings. 112 more words


Dinah Washington “Relax Max” (Mercury 70968, 1956)

Dinah Washington “Relax Max” (Mercury 70968, 1956)

She’s the most sited influence among soul singers of the 1960’s. Functioning as the bridge between Jazz, Gospel and the birth of Soul in a way that Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan don’t, I always worship at the altar of Dinah Washington. 235 more words

Soulful Birthday