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Mitchell's Christian Singers Vol 4 1940 / The Wright Brothers Gospel Singers (1940-c. 1948)

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Dunham Jazz & Jubilee Singers 1927 - 1931

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Selah Jubilee Singers Vol 1 1939 - 1941

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Selah Jubilee Singers Vol 2 1941 - 1944 - 1945

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The Bronzmen Radio Transcriptions 1939

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Female Blues Singers Vol 4 C 1921 - 1930
DOCD-5508 Female Blues Singers Vol 4 C 1921 – 1930 Genres: Blues, Classic Blues, Female Blues, Jazz. Informative booklet notes by David Evans Detailed discography. The majority of tracks on this volume are sung in a dramatic style. This style is heard often in the very early 1920s but was pretty much passé by 1923. Some of the characteristics of the style of the early recordings may be due to the fact that these records were aimed at both white and black customers. The collection is made all the more interesting with the appearance of some fine jazz accompanists including James P. Johnson, Bob Fuller, Louis Hooper and Buddy Christian. The female blues singers who made records in the 1920s and early 1930 are often simplistically characterized as "vaudeville" artists. This series of fourteen, concentrating on singers who made only a handful of recordings and who mostly remain biographically obscure, reveals the true diversity of the female artists of this era. Continued...

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Female Blues Singers Vol 12 M/O/P/Q/R 1922 - 1935
DOCD-5516 Female Blues Singers Vol 12 M/O/P/Q/R 1922 - 1935 Genres: Blues, Classic Blues, Female Blues, Jazz. Informative booklet notes by David Evans Detailed discography. Although all of the eleven artists appearing on this twelfth volume, of a superb fourteen volume series, would undoubtedly have been no strangers to the stages of the vaudeville circuit, the recordings of four of them are notable in the world of entertainment. Hattie Mcdaniel was best known for her non-singing roles as a maid or “mammy” in films, radio and television beginning in the early 1930’s, including a spot in Gone With The Wind (1939) for which she became the first African American to win an Academy Award. Continued...

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Jubilee Gospel Team 1928 - 1931

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Wiseman Sextette / Quartet 1923

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Elder Charles Beck Vol 2 1946 - 1956
Note: Elder Charles Beck`s 1937-1939 recordings are on Document BDCD-6035.

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Preachers and Congregations Vol 1 1927 - 1938

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Preachers & Congregations Vol 2 1926 - 1941

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