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Alex Hill & His Sepians

Clever bandleaders who are drawn to a name simply because classy and mysterious simply because the Hollywood Sepians ought to be on observe that now there has recently been such an organization in the mid-’30s, led with a pianist, singer, and songwriter named Alex Hill who was simply an in …

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Caldwell Bracey

Caldwell Bracey (the surname may also be listed while Bracy) recorded four blues edges for OKeh Information (like the sharp “You Scolded Me personally and Drove Me personally from your own Door” as well as the emotionally nuanced “I’ll Overcome Someday”) in the Ruler Edwards Resort in Jackson, MS, about …

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Edgar Hayes & His Orchestra

b. Edgar Junius Hayes, 23 Might 1904, Lexington, Kentucky, USA, d. 28 June 1979, San Bernadino, California, USA. Hayes’ name will be connected with his tinkling, cocktail-lounge interpretation of Hoagy Carmichael’s ‘Superstar Dirt’, which emerged backed using a edition of ‘In The Disposition’, the coupling offering the piano-playing Hayes using …

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Joe Hoover

For the author of songs about gangsters, bank robbers, and outlaws to use an alias is practical aswell as cents for whatever dodgy body lurks behind the curtain. Regarding Joe Hoover that might be old-time pianist J. Russel Robinson, in charge of action-packed ditties about both group of “Clyde Barrow …

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Judson Brown

Only 1 song was ever issued below Judson Brown’s name, a solo piano and vocal version of “YOU DO NOT Know My Mind Blues,” recorded for Brunswick Records on, may 13, 1930, in Chicago. Dark brown was recognized to do a large amount of program function, though, and his solid …

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Jimmy Hill

A performer named Jimmy Hill is credited with alto saxophone and clarinet performances on recordings with a band that wasn’t a really band, the Washboard Rhythm Kings, seems inevitable. If the life span of the non-group prolonged beyond the ’30s, maybe every musician on earth would have finished up obtaining …

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Sonny Lester

Many instrumentalists have acquired the nickname “Shorty” predicated on physical stature, or insufficient it, as well as the set of musical Shorties is normally long, not brief, with enough players to fill the chair of the marching music group and big music group combined. For Shorty Lester, half a couple …

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Cedric Hardwick

Not merely should this bassman not really end up being confused with the fantastic acting professional Sir Cedric Hardwicke, it appears as if simply no musician on the facial skin of the planet earth would like to end up being confused with Cedric Hardwick, whose primary claim to popularity was …

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Christine Shipp

ON, MAY 13, 1939, Herbert Halpert produced some field recordings in Byhalia, MS, including many with the category of Walter and Mary Shipp. Walter, a sharecropper and minister, and Mary, a choir movie director, had 14 kids, many of whom participated in the archival task, however the couple’s two daughters, …

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Chatman’s Mississippi Hot Footers

A loose confederation of music artists in the hill nation of central Mississippi, the Mississippi Hot Footers were fundamentally the same players who performed as the Mississippi Sheiks. Using a floating lineup of Charlie McCoy, Walter Vinson (or Vincson or Vincent, with regards to the documenting), and brothers Sam and …

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