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Brunswick 1928-1930

Author: John OscarLucille BoganCharlie McFaddenFreddie NicholsonEddie Miller, (Pianist)All authors
Publisher: Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex : Magpie, 1977.
Series: Piano blues, vol. 2.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Blues : English
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Oscar; Lucille Bogan; Charlie McFadden; Freddie Nicholson; Eddie Miller, (Pianist); James Johnson, pianist.; Henry Brown; Mary Johnson, (Vocalist); Kansas City Kitty.
OCLC Number: 6963845
Notes: Additional title on container: Nothing but a worried mind.
Blues.
Program and biographical notes by the editor, Bob Hall, and Richard Noblett on container.
Performer(s): Performed by various artists.
Event notes: Recorded in Chicago, Oct., 1928-Oct., 1930.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.
Contents: Alley boogie (Lucille Bogan) --
Gamblers blues (Speck Pertum) --
Whoopee Mama blues (John Oscar) --
You gonna miss me blues (Freddie "Redd" Nicholson) --
Freight train blues (Eddie Miller) --
Jones Law blues (Shorty George) --
Weak eyed blues (Speck Pertum) --
31 blues (Bob Call) --
Stomp 'em down to the bricks (Henry Brown) --
Good jelly blues (Eddie Miller) --
New way blues (Lucille Bogan) --
Freddie's got the blues (Freddie "Redd" Nicholson) --
Harvest moon blues (Speck Pertum) --
Dawn of day blues (Mary Johnson) --
School day blues (Eddie Miller) --
Tight in Chicago (Mozelle Anderson).
Series Title: Piano blues, vol. 2.
Other Titles: Alley boogie.
Gamblers blues.
Whoopee Mama blues.
You gonna miss me blues.
Freight train blues.
Jones Law blues.
Weak eyed blues.
31 blues.
Stomp 'em down to the bricks.
Good jelly blues.
New way blues.
Freddie's got the blues.
Harvest moon blues.
Dawn of day blues.
School day blues.
Tight in Chicago.
Nothing but a worried mind.
Thirty-one blues.

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