Bechet Sidney, Mamie Smith-Lady Luck Blues

Bechet Sidney, Mamie Smith-Lady Luck Blues

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Mamie Smith & her Jazz Hounds - Crazy blues (1920)    I can't sleep at night  I can't eat a bite  'cause the man I love  He don't treat me right.  He makes me feel so blue.  I don't know what to do.  Sometime I sit and sigh  And then begin to cry  'cause my best friend  Said his last goodbye.  There's a change in the ocean,  Change in the deep b...

Mamie Smith & her Jazz Hounds - Crazy blues (1920) I can't sleep at night I can't eat a bite 'cause the man I love He don't treat me right. He makes me feel so blue. I don't know what to do. Sometime I sit and sigh And then begin to cry 'cause my best friend Said his last goodbye. There's a change in the ocean, Change in the deep b...

Crazy Blues by Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds- This song, recorded by vaudeville performer Mamie Smith in 1920, made history as the very first blues record ever released.

At Last: An Essential Blues Playlist

Crazy Blues by Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds- This song, recorded by vaudeville performer Mamie Smith in 1920, made history as the very first blues record ever released.

ON THIS DAY IN JAZZ AGE MUSIC!: MAY 26TH

ON THIS DAY IN JAZZ AGE MUSIC!: MAY 26TH

MAMIE SMITH     Mamie Smith was the first black vocalist to record the blues. The song was "Crazy Blues," and it became a hit. But it happened almost by accident.

Mamie Smith and the Birth of the Blues Market

MAMIE SMITH Mamie Smith was the first black vocalist to record the blues. The song was "Crazy Blues," and it became a hit. But it happened almost by accident.

Mamie Smith: First Recorded African-American Female Blues Vocalist:  Mamie Smith was the first African American female to record blues songs in 1920 with her version of Perry Bradford’s “Crazy Blues,” and “It’s Right Here for You,” on Okeh Records. Smith’s record went on to sell over a million copies in less than a year. Records made by African Americans during this

Mamie Smith: First Recorded African-American Female Blues Vocalist: Mamie Smith was the first African American female to record blues songs in 1920 with her version of Perry Bradford’s “Crazy Blues,” and “It’s Right Here for You,” on Okeh Records. Smith’s record went on to sell over a million copies in less than a year. Records made by African Americans during this

Mamie Smith was the first African American female to record blues songs in 1920 with her version of Perry Bradford’s “Crazy Blues,” and “It’s Right Here for You,” on Okeh Records. Smith’s record went on to sell over a million copies in less than a year. Records made by African Americans during this time were referred to …

Mamie Smith was the first African American female to record blues songs in 1920 with her version of Perry Bradford’s “Crazy Blues,” and “It’s Right Here for You,” on Okeh Records. Smith’s record went on to sell over a million copies in less than a year. Records made by African Americans during this time were referred to …

Just scored a beater copy of Mamie Smith's first recording in 1920! #78rpm #raregroove #jazz #blues #pop

Just scored a beater copy of Mamie Smith's first recording in 1920! #78rpm #raregroove #jazz #blues #pop

Mamie Smith...the first to record blues songs. Her record "Crazy for You" sold over a million copies in 1920 and opened the doors of the recording industry to African-Americans.

Mamie Smith...the first to record blues songs. Her record "Crazy for You" sold over a million copies in 1920 and opened the doors of the recording industry to African-Americans.

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