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Aint Nuthin But The Blues
Ain't Nothin' But the Blues
1964
 
Woman Blue
Woman Blue
1965
 
Nevada Jukebox
Nevada Jukebox
1972
 
The Big Sky Mudflaps
The Big Sky Mudflaps
1973
 
Judy Roderick and the Forbears
Judy Roderick & The Forbears
1983
 
Judy Roderick and the Forbears - WHEN IM GONE
WHEN IM GONE
2008
 
 Judy Roderick :: Ain't Nothin' But the Blues 1964
 
Ain't Nothin' But the Blues 1964
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Aint Nothin But the Blues
©Columbia
  1. Wild Women Don't Sing The Blues
  2. Come Back, Baby
  3. Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? (Harburg/Gorney)
  4. Mama Goes Where Papa Goes (Or Papa Don't Go Out Tonight) (Ager/Yellen)
  5. Baltimore Oriole (Webster/Carmichael)
  6. Miss Brown To You (Robin Whiting/Rainger)
  7. He Was A Friend Of Mine
  8. Blues On My Ceiling (Neal)
  9. I'm Going To Live The Life I Sing About In My Song (Dorsey)
  10. Things About Going My Way
  11. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying (Greene)
  12. Moanin' Low (Dietz/Rainger)
 
1964 "Judy Roderick: Ain't Nothin' But the Blues is a striking debut by an early twentyish girl folk singer with an obviously strong sense of blues style. Her phrasing, drive and vocal control take her on a frequently soaring exploration of sophisticated blues…Miss Roderick is an obviously important new talent and we should be hearing a lot more from her and about her."
  - Robert Shelton, NYT
 
1964 ". . .the finest female blues singer to emerge on the folk scene."
  - Washington Daily News
 
1964 ". . .today's best female blues singer."
  - Boston Blues News
 
1964 ". . the biggest, bluesiest voice we've heard in many years."
  - Philadelphia Folksong Society
 
1964 "A most entrancing new folk-blues vocal stylist. A girl to watch"
  - Music Business
 
1964 ". . first album of an earthy, hard-rocking blues singer"
  - Time Magazine
 
1964 "The lark has a husky, wide-range vocal style and a power-packed distinctive funky delivery. A talent to watch."
  - Cash Box
 
1964 "Her intonation, phrasing, volume control and taste in songs mark her as the first truly talented hot-jazz girl singer to turn up in years."
  - The Sun, Baltimore
 
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Review
Downbeat Magazine
Sep, 2009
by Frank J. Hadley
 
   "One of the few outstanding white blues singers, Roderick died way too early at 49 in 1992."
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Review
Illinois Blues
March, 2009
by Belinda Foster
 
   "Judy was truly one of the same Joplin-Dylan-esk folk-blues magnets that major labels were clamoring for in the 60's"
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Review
Buffalo News
Jan. 2, 2009
by Randy Rodda
 
   "When I'm Gone is a clear view of an amazing artist who deserves much more recognition. It is fresh and vital."
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It's Here!
   The reissue of Judy Roderick & The Forbears with special guest Mac Rebennack (Dr. John).
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