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Richard M Jones Vol 2 1927 - 1936



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Female Blues The Remaining Titles 1922 - 1927
The early foundations of blues recording were built on what became known as the Classic Blues. The performers were usually professional female singers who toured the vaudeville theatre circuit. Their repertoire took in the popular songs of the early 1900s and continued through the 1920s. This included popular love songs, songs from musical shows and, the blues. Their accompaniments would be provided by a pianist or on rare occasions a guitarist but more often than not it would be a hot jazz band. Following the first successful recording of a blues record, taking place in 1920 by Mamie Smith, many such artists were lucky enough to record either by chance or by popular demand. Some were or became stars, others only shone for a moment before disappearing back into the darkness of obscurity. Includes informative booklet notes by Steve Tracy and detailed discography.



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Lil Green 1946 - 1951
NOTE: Earlier sides by Lil Green can be found Document JPCD-1528-2



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Female Blues The Remaining Titles Vol 2 1938 - 1949
The seven vocalists included on this selection of blues recordings from the 1930s and 1940s once again demonstrate the fluidity of the blues, presenting pop, jazz and R & B flavoured permutations among the more conventional blues outgoings and featuring performers whose careers stretch back as far as the 1920s and stretch forward to the 1960s.



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Bunk Johnson 1944 - 1947



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Bunk Johnson & His Band Live New York 1947



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Clarence Williams Volume 1 Whoop It Up !
A hugely popular figure in the world of pre-war Blues and Jazz, Clarence really does ‘Whoop it Up’ on this CD. Exceptional recordings and very listenable, this CD will appeal to Williams fans but should easily create new ones. This is the roaring 20's and one really gets a feel of the wild, all nighters. Don't know what he was on when this stuff was recorded but its pure 100% vintage listening pleasure. Includes recordings that he made for Okeh, Brunswick, Columbia and Victor between 1927 and 1929. First class sound restoration, informative booklet notes, detailed discography.



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Cleo Brown Complete Recorded Works March 1935 to June 1935



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