Various - Alabama Blues 1930-1935 - LP

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16 tracks recorded in New York between 1933 - 35 by the blues singer LUCILLE BOGAN under the pseudonym BESSIE JACKSON with the ingenious accompanying pianist WALTER ROLAND. Together with BESSIE SMITH and MA RAINEY LUCILLE BOGAN was one of the first ranks of blues singers, although she saw herself as a female counterpart to the male blues singer, disdained the obligatory jazz orchestra and with a very progressive appearance for the time (occasionally obscene) blasphemy tongue broached uncomfortable topics. During the protest rallies in the 1960s, numerous songs by the early emancipated artist received new honors.

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Side A
01. My Georgia Grind
02. Sloppy Drunk Blues
03. Alley Boogie
04. T.N. & O. Blues
05. Hungry Man's Scuffle
06. You Got To Die Some Day
07. Lonesome Midnight Blues
08. My Man Is Boogan Me

Side B
09. Pig Iron Sally
10. Tired As I Can Be
11. Sweet Man, Sweet Man
12. Reckless Woman
13. Down In Boogie Alley
14. Man Stealer Blues
15. Stew Meat Blues
16. Skin Game Blues

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