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Trixie Smith Vol 1 1922 - 1924



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Trixie Smith Vol 2 1925 - 1939
DOCD-5333 Trixie Smith Vol. 2 – 1925-1939 Trixie Smith, vocal. With contributions by; Miff Mole, trumpet. Jimmy Lyell, clarinet Louis Armstrong, cornet. Charlie Green, trombone. Buster Bailey, clarinet. Fletcher Henderson, piano. Charlie Dixon, banjo. Joe Smith, clarinet Johnny Dodds, clarinet, alto sax Jimmy Blythe, piano. Sidney Bechet, clarinet, alto sax Sammy Price, piano. Teddy Bunn, guitar. Richard Fullbright, stand-up bass. And others… Genre: “Classic Blues”, Female Blues, Jazz. Inforamtive booklet notes by Keith Briggs. Includes detailed discography. Paramount continued to record Trixie Smith up until 1926. During this period her vocal prowess on record gained in strength, although the discs’ appeal to latter day collectors was centred more on the accompanists rather than the featured vocalist and their appearance on LP was usually due to the presence of such luminaries as “Trombone Cholly” Green, Don Redman, Miff Mole, Buster Bailey and particularly, Louis Armstrong. Her repertoire continued to be varied, she could record a pop song such as “Everbody Loves My Baby”, a dance number such as “Everbody’s Doing That Charleston Now”, then cap it with one of the toughest and most chilling songs ever committed to wax; the unnerving, masochistic anthem, “You’ve Got To Beat Me To Keep Me”. Continued...



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Classic Blues & Vaudeville Singers 1921 - 1930



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Too Late Too Late Vol 13 1921 - 1940



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