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Levee Blues - Lucille Bogan And Walter Roland - Jookit Jookit (1927-1935) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Feb 10,  · Walter Roland recorded over ninety issued sides for ARC as a soloist and accompanist, backing singer Lucille Bogan on dozens of sides. Robert McCoy was born in in Aliceville, Alabama but raised on Birmingham’s North Side and by was a well-known local artist.
  2. Label: Yazoo - ,Yazoo - L • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Lucille Bogan And Walter Roland - Jookit Jookit () (Vinyl) | Discogs Explore5/5(2).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lucille Bogan And Walter Roland - Alabama Blues at Discogs. Complete your Lucille Bogan And Walter Roland collection.
  4. Although Detroit's blues scene was small compared to that of Chicago, it wasn't long until young John Lee from Mississippi was a big man on campus. The five tracks on side A were recorded in Detroit between 19and feature stereo recordings of mainly solo performances by John Lee Hooker.
  5. Check out Lucille Bogan & Walter Roland () by Lucille Bogan And Walter Roland on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on ecnaitertapirinlicukamemani.co Jookit Jookit by Walter Roland. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 3. Barbecue Bess. by Lucille Bogan. Levee Blues by Lucille Bogan. Listen Now $ In MP3.
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  7. Levee Blues / Sweet Patunia, a Single by Lucille Bogan. Released in May on Paramount (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Piano Blues, Blues.
  8. Her real name was Lucille Bogan (née Anderson), but after she recorded as Bessie Jackson and some of her earlier recordings were reissued under that name also. Her recording career spanned the years , during the last three years always in the company of pianist Walter Roland. Many of her songs were sexually explicit, and some, like "Sweet Black Angel" and "Tricks Ain't Walking .

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