|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Romance In The Dark||16||Audio||1971||RCA Victor|
|2||Worried Life Blues / Romance In The Dark||2||Audio||Archive Records (3)|
|3||Chicago 1940-1947||16||Audio||1985||Rosetta Records|
|4||Knockin' Myself Out / I Won't Sell My Love||2||Audio||1941||Bluebird (3)|
|5||Why Don't You Do Right? / Love Me||2||Audio||1941||Bluebird (3)|
|6||Female Blues 1940-1942||16||Audio||1988||Document Records (2)|
|7||Romance In The Dark / Why Don't You Do Right?||2||Audio||Groove (3)|
Born: December 22, 1919 in Mississippi.
Died: April 14, 1954 in Chicago.
An American blues singer and songwriter. She relocated from Mississippi to Chicago after the deaths of her parents. There she began performing in her teens and would go on to make all of her recordings of her career.
Lil Green was noted for superb timing and a distinctively sinuous voice.
In the 1930s she and Big Bill Broonzy had a night club act together. Her two biggest hits were "Romance in the Dark" (1940) and Joe McCoy's "Why Don't You Do Right?" (1941).