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The blues

Author: Frederic RamseyBlind Willie JohnsonVera HallBlind Lemon JeffersonMa RaineyAll authors
Publisher: New York : Folkways Records, ©1950.
Series: Jazz, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Blues : Jazz : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Jazz; Blues
All Authors / Contributors: Frederic Ramsey; Blind Willie Johnson; Vera Hall; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Ma Rainey; King Oliver; Gertrude Perkins; Jimmy Yancey; Jelly Roll Morton; Johnny Dodds; Baby Dodds; Nolan Welsh; Richard M Jones; Bessie Smith; Louis Armstrong; Jelly Roll Morton Trio.; Georgia Jazz Band.; Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra.; Hot Five.
OCLC Number: 19335048
Notes: Blues music; various artists.
"Records from the collection of Frederic Ramsey, Jr."
Program notes by Ramsey ([4] p.)--inserted in container.
Event notes: Recorded 1923-1948.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Contents: Dark was the night (Blind Willie Johnson) --
Black woman (Vera Hall, Frederic Ramsey Jr.) --
Black snake moan (Blind Lemon Jefferson) --
Misery blues (Ma Rainey and Georgia Band) --
Working man's blues (King Oliver) --
No easy rider blues (Gertrude Perkins) --Lord, I just can't keep from crying (Blind Willie Johnson) --
How long blues (Jimmy Yancey, piano solo) --
Mr. Jelly Lord (Jelly Roll Morton Trio with Johnny and Baby Dodds) --
Brid(e)well blues (Nolan Welsh, vocal, L. Armstrong, tpt., R.M. Jones, pf.) --
Careless love (Original Tuxedo Jazz Orchestra) --
Mean old bed bug blues (Bessie Smith) --
I'm not rough (Louis Armstrong with his Hot Five).
Series Title: Jazz, v. 2.
Other Titles: Dark was the night.
Black woman.
Black snake moan.
Misery blues.
Working man's blues.
No easy rider blues.
Lord, I just can't keep from crying.
How long blues.
Mr. Jelly Lord.
Bridwell blues.
Careless love.
Mean old bed bug blues.
I'm not rough.

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