The recording date and location are unknown. Every Day I Have the Blues is an album by blues/jazz vocalist Jimmy Rushing with an orchestra arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson released by the BluesWay label in 1967. Though first released in 2000, several re-releases have surfaced with alternative titles and cover art. In 1949 the song was released by Memphis Slim and was first titled “Nobody Loves Me” (an earlier “Everyday I Have the Blues” with different lyrics and vocal line was recorded by the Sparks Brothers in 1935). “Every Day I Have the Blues” or “Everyday I Have the Blues” is a blues standard that has been recorded by numerous blues and other artists. "Every Day I Have the Blues" is a blues song that has been performed in a variety of styles. An early version of the song is attributed to Pinetop Sparks and his brother Milton. Recording. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: AllMusic reviewer Scott Yanow stated: "It may have been relatively late in Jimmy Rushing's career ... but he was still in prime singing voice. Reception. That's not the only way this record evokes its time. Originally released in 1969, it was his second solo album of the year and sandwiched between appearances on two blues compilation albums. It was first performed in the taverns of St. Louis by the Sparks brothers and was recorded July 28, 1935 by Pinetop with Henry Townsend on guitar. Everyday I Have the Blues is a studio album by American electric blues guitar pioneer T-Bone Walker. Two songs into Every Day I Have the Blues, T-Bone Walker starts singing a slow-crawling 12-bar blues about "Vietnam," a pretty good indication that this 1969 LP belongs to its era. Every Day I Have the Blues is a live album by blues musicians Buddy Guy and Junior Wells.