Boswell Sisters, The

Also known as Boswell Sisters, Three Boswell Sisters, The
Members of Boswell Sisters, The: Connie Boswell, Helvetia Boswell, Martha Boswell
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boswell_Sisters, http://www.bozzies.org, http://theboswellsisters.com/

Discography of Boswell Sisters, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 L'Art Vocal Volume 13: The Boswell Sisters 1930-1936 22 Audio 1994-00-00 L'Art Vocal
2 That's How Rhythm Was Born 20 Audio 1995-00-00
3 Airshots And Rarities: 1930 - 1935 26 Audio 1997-00-00 Retrieval
4 It's You 22 Audio 1996-00-00 Flapper
5 The Boswell Sisters 30 Audio 1982
6 Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong / Why Don't You Practice What You Preach 2 Audio 1933 Brunswick
7 The Ultimate Jazz Archive - Vocalists 87 Audio 2005 Membran
8 Bei Mir Bist Du Schön 40 Audio History
9 The Boswell Sisters 1932-34 14 Audio 1972 Biograph Records
10 Lawd, You Made The Night Too Long / Jazz Nocturne 2 Audio Brunswick
11 Sweet Harmony - Hot Rhythm 16 Audio 1975 Vocalion (3)
12 Star Dust / I Surrender, Dear 2 Audio Brunswick
13 Volume Two 1930-1935 12 Audio 1984 Biograph Records
14 The Best Of The Boswell Sisters 20 Audio 2005 Chestnut Music Traders Ltd.
15 Got The South In My Soul / If It Ain't Love 2 Audio 1932 Brunswick
16 St. Louis Blues 14 Audio 1974 Silver Swan
17 Rock And Roll / Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong 2 Audio Parlophone
18 Okay, America! - Alternate Takes And Rarities 14 Audio 1986 Jass Records
19 1931-1935 18 Audio 1992 Jazz Roots
20 It Don't Mean A Thing / St. Louis Blues 2 Audio 1932 Columbia
21 Connie Boswell And The Boswell Sisters 14 Audio 1973 Jazum
22 Alexander's Ragtime Band / Dinah 2 Audio Parlophone
23 Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia / Mood Indigo 2 Audio Rex


The Boswell Sisters were a close harmony singing group, consisting of sisters Martha Boswell, Connee Boswell (original name Connie), and Helvetia "Vet" Boswell, noted for intricate harmonies and rhythmic experimentation. They attained national prominence in the USA in the 1930s.


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