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Elzadie Robinson


1920s blues vocalist Elzadie Robinson hailed from Shreveport, Louisiana, but remained in Chicago, after heading there to record. Her recordings period 1926-29, and throughout that period she caused many pianists including Bob Contact, and her regular accompanist and fellow Shreveport indigenous, Will Ezell. Elzadie Robinson chiefly documented for the Paramount label, but additionally cut several edges for Broadway beneath the alias Bernice Drake.

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Full Name Elzadie Robinson
Date Of Birth April 24, 1897
Died January 17, 1975, Flint, Michigan, United States
Profession Singer
Music Songs Wicked Daddy, You Ain't The Last Man, Love Crazy Blues, Humming Blues, Houston Bound, Elzadie's Policy Blues, Tick Tock Blues, Cheatin' Daddy, Sawmill Blues, Whiskey Blues, Driving Me South, Pleading Misery Blues, Santa Claus Crave, Gold Mansion Blues, Unsatisfied Blues, Rowdy Man Blues, Barrel House Man, Need My Lovin' Need My Daddy, My Pull Man Porter Man, Past and Future Blues, This Is Your Last Night with Me, It's Too Late Now, Baltimore Blues, Back Door Blues, St. Louis Cyclone Blues, Arkansas Mill Blues, Troubled With The Blues, Pay Day Daddy, Saint Louis Cyclone Blues, Hour Behind The Sun, Pay Day Daddy Blues, Mad Blues
Albums Elzadie Robinson Vol. 1 1926-1928, Policy Blues

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