Lil Greenwood may be renowned like a vocalist with Duke Ellington’s music group for a couple years beginning in the past due ’50s. She actually is presented on Ellington’s recording My People, but her profession as a documenting designer in her personal correct was highlighted by even more R&B-oriented edges she do in the first ’50s for Contemporary and Federal government. Though she didn’t possess strikes, Greenwood was among the many California-based performers in these years documenting in a method intersecting jazz with blues along with a little bit of gospel, developing a dominant section of post-war R&B before that provided method to doo wop and rock and roll & move. Greenwood had a solid tone of voice, but didn’t have the material which could create her being a superstar artist, while some larger R&B brands are noticed as accompanists on those periods, like Camille Howard, Small Willie Littlefield, Thurston Harris, and people from the Johnny Otis Music group. After her stint in Ellington’s music group ended, Greenwood documented sporadically for various other brands like NRC, Reprise, and Tangerine, and produced some appearance on Television series, like the Tonight Show, MEMORIES, as well as the Jeffersons. A compilation of her ’50s R&B edges, Walking & Performing the Blues, arrived on Ace in 2002.