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Исполнитель: Хью Лори
Альбом: Let Them Talk
Дата выпуска: 2011 г.
Номинации: Independent Music Award в номинации «Лучший кавер»
Известный английский киноактер и музыкант Хью Лори. HUGH LAURIE. "St. James Infirmary"
New Album Let Them Talk released on May 17, 2011.

St. James Infirmary Blues" is an American folksong of anonymous origin, though sometimes credited to the songwriter Joe Primrose (a pseudonym for Irving Mills). Louis Armstrong made it famous in his influential 1928 recording.

I went down to St James Infirmary
Saw my baby there
She was stretched out on a long white table
So cold, so sweet, so sweet, so fair

Artiste:Hugh Laurie Titre: St. James Infirmary
Album:Let Them Talk Année:2011
Produced By Joe Henry Recorded And Mixed by Ryan Freeland
Executive producer Conrad Withey

Extrait directement de l'album.
Hugh Laurie - St. James Infirmary [HQ] (Full) from the album Let Them Talk
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Album: Let Them Talk
Track: St. James Infirmary

Hugh Laurie performed in the Yahoo! Music studio.
This was recorded for "The Culture Show", but it was the add on for the NY Times article

Hugh Laurie - St. James Infirmary 20.06.2012
Discover the story behind St James Infirmary, the first track on Hugh's debut album, 'Let Them Talk'.

Keep checking back as each day this week we'll be uploading a new 'Story Behind the Song'!

'Let Them Talk' is out now in the UK.

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mi primer traduccion a ver que les parece c: no sean muy duros xD
So cold - so sweet ... How is it that this makes me feel so warm and so savory?! All the marks of a genius - he adds a bit of the "funeral march" (piano sonata in b- flat minor) by Frederic Chopin at the end...

пианино расстроено, поэтому вышло не очень

First recorded attempt to play one of my favorite tunes from beautiful Hugh Laurie's album "Let them talk".
Hope you won't have to go and see some grumpy cranky doc to fix your ears after that ^_^... Sorry for the bad quality sound and the sound of the keys ...
Hugh Laurie - St. James Infirmary [HQ] (Full) from the album Let Them Talk
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Hugh Laurie and his Copper Back Band
Concert in Hamburg, Germany on the 27th of April 2011

He is absolutely amazing live, even better than the studio recordings! Definitely a night to remember!

THANK YOU SO MUCH HUGH! You gave me one of the best Blues experiences I ever had. Love the music from the bottom of my heart and I will carry it with me forever!
Hugh Laurie - St James Infirmary part 2 25.06.2012 live Moscow Magic Centre
Hugh Laurie - St James Infirmary part 1 25.06.2012 live Moscow Magic Centre
At the rhythm and roots festival in Charlestown, RI.

Hugh Laurie at North sea jazz, end of st James infirmary

This is a great song originally done by Louis Armstrong.

Christmas CD link:

Versión corta de St. James Infirmary interprentada por Hugh Laurie.
Sings the Blues from the NYTimes.
Cover de piano de St. James Infirmary

Hugh Laurie and band perform a great Jazz/Blues arrangement of a tune based on an English folk song called "The Unfortunate Rake". The composer is unclear but often credited to Irving Mills sometime in the early 1920s. ***Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit,
Taken from Hugh Laurie's new blues album 'Let Them Talk.' I edited this footage from a recording for BBC2's 'The Culture Show.' (original cut featured in The New York Times). This was commissioned by Warner Music on behalf of the BBC, and the original cuts I did will be used to form part of a documentary on Hugh for the CBS Network in the US. The original edits I did had to
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