Jo Stafford Discography

Columbia CL 1332 (Album)

Ballad Of The Blues


Also issued as a stereo album, Columbia CS 8139

Issued 8th October 1959 - 33 rpm LP

Side 1:

1.  THE BLUES IS AN OLD, OLD STORY

The Blues Is An Old, Old Story
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

Street Cries
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

John Henry
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child 
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

2. THE BLUES IS A TALE OF TROUBLE

The Blues Is A Tale Of Trouble
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unkown * Recorded 12th February 1959 

Kansas City Blues
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unkown * Recorded 12th February 1959 

Memphis Blues
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unkown * Recorded 20th February 1959


Side 2:

3. THE BLUES IS A TRAVELING THING

The Blues Is A Traveling Thing
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recording date unknown (10th, 12th, or 20th February 1959)

He’s Gone Away
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 10th February 1959 

(Seems Like When It Comes In The Morning, by the Starliters)

Every Night When The Sun Goes In
with the Starliters
Matrix No. RHCO 46092 * Recorded 12th February 1959 

4. TIMES CHANGE AND THINGS CHANGE

Times Change And Things Change
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 20th February 1959 

Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 20th February 1959 

Blues In The Night
with the Starliters
Matrix No. unknown * Recorded 20th February 1959 

The Blues Is An Old, Old Story (reprise)
with the Starliters
Matrix No. Unknown * Recording date unknown (10th, 12th, or 20th February 1959)


NOTE

The Starlighters were called Starliters on this album’s cover and disc labels.

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