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That Red Hot Mama

Rare Recordings Of The Twenties Vol. 4

Sippie Wallace

Release title: Sippie Wallace - Sings The Blues

 
Genre is Blues 
This album was released on the label Storyville (catalog number 671 198) Storyville (catalog number (SLP 198))

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# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
A1 Woman Be Wise ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:52
A2 Trouble Everywhere I Roam ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:40
A3 Lonesome Hours Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:58
A4 Special Delivery Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:14
A5 Murder Gonna Be My Crime ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:46
A6 Caldonia Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:52
B1 You Got To Know How ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:25
B2 Gambler's Dream ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:18
B3 Shorty George Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:25
B4 Bedroom Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:42
B5 I'm A Mighty Tight Woman ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:53
B6 Up The Country Blues ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:08

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In studio record of this release "Sings The Blues" attended those artists:

Paul Oliver (Liner Notes),  Little Brother Montgomery (Piano),  Roosevelt Sykes (Piano),  Sippie Wallace (Piano, Vocals),  Karl Emil Knudsen (Supervised By),  Sippie Wallace (Written-By), 

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  • Sippie Wallace - Women Be Wise


  • Sippie Wallace w/ Clarence Williams' Blue Five Trouble Everywhere I Roam (1924)

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only. Sippie Wallace (Beulah Thomas):Vocals Louis Armstrong:Cornet Aaron Thompson:Trombone...

  • Sippie Wallace - Devil Dance Blues (1925)

    Sippie Wallace (born as Beulah Thomas, Nov.1,1898 in Houston, Texas; died Nov.1,1986 in Detroit, Michigan) was an American Texas-styled blues singer, and songwriter. Although her recording...

  • Sippie Wallace Special Delivery

    Rare old recording from the 1920's with tasty instrumentation. I have no claim or rights to this song, but it needs to be heard and is not otherwise on the interwebs.

  • Murder Gonna Be My Crime : Sippie Wallace


  • You Got to Know How (Sippie Wallace)

    Bonnie Raitt and friends. Radio broadcast, 1972.

  • Sippie Wallace, Louis Armstrong y Hersal Thomas - I Feel Good (1926)

    Sippie Wallace, Louis Armstrong y Hersal Thomas - I Feel Good (1926) Grabación realizada en Chicago el 3 de Marzo de 1926; OKeh 8345

  • «Shorty George Blues» - Sippie Wallace

    OKeh 8106 Sippie Wallace, vocal acc. Eddie Heywood, piano Chicago, IL. c. 26 October, 1923.

  • Sippie Wallace Bedroom Blues


  • Sippie Thomas (Wallace) - I'm A Mighty Tight Woman

    Released in 1929 on Victor 38502.

  • Sippie Wallace - Up The Country Blues - 1960s Recording


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That Red Hot Mama

Rare Recordings Of The Twenties Vol. 4


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