8 Reply to “ Shaking the Blues Away - Jimmy Mazzy - Great Depression Song Book (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. So here's the "Depression Blues" set, each CD (3 in the series) ready to knock you back on the couch and make you sip that Kool-Aid thinking about an old love gone bad. It's great stuff, pulled from popular and not-so popular sources. You need not have to beat the racks for a blues slow jam again.5/5(2).
  2. Jimmy Mazzy's Great Depression Song Book - OZ - Carol Mueller, piano; Kia Jeul, bass. * Brother Can You Spare A Dime * WPA Blues * Shaking the Blues Away * I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling * I Believe In Miracles * Mr. Wu (Chinese Laundry Blues) * Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You * You Brought A New Kind Of Love to Me * Exactly Like You.
  3. Watch the song video Shaking the Blues Away. K. 4, more tracks from the album Signature #2. Its Magic #3. Sugarbush #4. Secret Love #5. A Guy Is a Guy #6. The Very Thought of You #7. Powder Your Face with Sunshine (Smile! Smile! Its a Great Feeling # Till the End of Time.
  4. If you shake it away When they hold a revival way down south Everybody with care and trouble that day Tries to shake it away Shaking the blues away, unhappy news away If you are blue, it's easy to Shake off your cares and troubles Telling the blues to go, they may refuse to go But as a rule, they'll go if you'll Shake them away.
  5. "Shaking the Blues Away" was sung by Tony Bennett and Johnny Fiama when Johnny finally found enough courage to perform with his idol at the end of episode of Muppets Tonight.
  6. Keeping the Blues Away is a clinically tested programme to help prevent depression from returning: it has also shown efficacy in reducing depression severity. It includes information and exercises to teach coping, cognitive-behavioural and interpersonal skills and strategies to prevent relapses, drawing on a wide array of evidence-based techniques/5(1).
  7. The song Shaking the Blues Away was written by Irving Berlin and was first performed by Ruth Etting. It was first recorded by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra in It was covered by Ann Miller and Chorus, Joan Curto, Cheryl Serio, Mark Shane with Ed Polcer, Tom Artin, Dan Block, Frank Tate, Joe Ascione, featuring Terry Blaine and other artists.
  8. Jul 04,  · Singer: Doris Day Song: Shaking the Blues Away Movie: Love Me or Leave Me Year: Lyrics: There's an old superstition 'way down south Ev'rybody believes that trouble won't stay If .

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