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Ida May Mack


Ida Might Mack was a Tx blues singer who was simply taken up to Memphis (the nearest studio room) to record in 1928. She distributed the recording program with another Texan, vocalist Bessie Tucker, and both females were associated with pianistK.D. Johnson.

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Full Name Ida May Mack
Music Songs Good-Bye Rider, Mr. Forty Nine Blues, Mr. Moore Blues, Wrong Doin' Daddy, When You Lose Your Daddy, Elm Street Blues
Albums Country and Urban Blues, Elm Street Blues, Texas Girls: The Complete Recorded Works of Lillian Miller, Hattie Hudson, Gertrude Perkins, Ida May Mack, Bobbie Cadillac (1926-1929)

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