Elton Spivey, better known beneath the stage name from the Za Zu Young lady, was 1 of 2 lesser-known sisters from the basic blues diva Victoria Spivey. Nicknames or intricate stagenames appeared to be in the bloodstream of this family members: the second option designer was referred to as “Queen Victoria” and Addie Spivey documented and performed as Lovely Pease. The family members hailed through the Gulf Coastline of Texas, where in fact the sisters all started performing within their pre-teen years. Documented documents of Elton Spivey can be both thin and questionable. There is certainly one for certain track out of this designer circa 1937, the traditional blues ditty “Sea Wide” that was also documented by Georgia Slim. This part was originally released being a Za Zu Gal record, discographers such as for example Tom Lord retroactively crediting it fully wedded name of Elton Spivey Harris. You can also get various other recordings which arrived in the `30s and had been credited to nonexistent performers such as for example Jane Lucas and Hannah Might: blues pundits concur that a Spivey sister is in charge of a few of this performing, they simply can´t acknowledge which one.