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Trixie Smith


Among the basic blues Smith performers from the 1920s (although unrelated to Bessie, Clara and Mamie), Trixie Smith had a unique voice and a nice design of her own. She researched at Selma College or university, moved to NY in 1915, and performed in vaudeville and on the TOBA circuit. Smith proved helpful in New York’s theaters through the 1920s and ’30s as an actress-singer and remained energetic throughout her lifestyle. She documented prolifically during 1922-25 for Dark Swan and Paramount with her best-known schedules leading to four tracks in 1925 where Louis Armstrong is at her back-up group; additional sidemen on the way included Wayne P. Johnson, Phil Napoleon and users of Fletcher Henderson’s Orchestra. Strangely enough Smith didn’t record after 1925 until 1938 when she going an all-star jazz group (including Sidney Bechet, Charlie Shavers and Sammy Cost) using one session; furthermore in 1939 she cut “No Great Man” having a music group including Crimson Allen and Barney Bigard. But by enough time she passed on at age 48 in 1943, Trixie Smith was mainly forgotten.

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Full Name Trixie Smith
Died September 21, 1943, New York City, New York, United States
Profession Actor, Singer
Education Selma University
Nationality American
Music Songs My Daddy Rocks Me, My Man Rocks Me, Freight Train Blues, Jack I'm Mellow, Railroad Blues, No Good Man, My Unusual Man, Mining Camp Blues, He May Be Your Man, You’ve Got To Beat Me To Keep Me, Desperate Blues, My Baby Sends Me, Trixie Blues, Long Lost, Weary Blues, Ada Jane’s Blues, He Likes It Slow, Sorrowful Blues, Ride Jockey Ride, Pensacola Blues, Black Bottom Hop, Choo-choo Blues, Everybody's Doing That Charleston Now, Take It Daddy It’s All Yours, Praying Blues, Love Me Like You Used to Do, You Missed a Good Women When You Picked All Over Me, The World's Jazz Crazy and So Am I, Give Me That Slow Drag, Voodoo Blues, Everybody Loves My Baby, Give Me That Old Slow Drag, Don't Shake It No More
Albums 2 AM Blues, Sensational Hits from Past, My Happy Heaven (Remastered), Memories Suite, Singing' to the Moonlight, All Night in Music, The Trixie's Blues (Original Songs Remastered), Music In My Hands, Wonderful Soundtrack, Can Anyone See The Light, Anytime in My Mind, I Found My Love Outside, Listen My Shuffle (Remastered), The Immortal Blues Masters, The Groovin' Atmosphere, Me Myself and My Songs, Essential Recordings (Remastered), Looking for the Gold Masterpieces (Remastered), Last Tower's Bell, Unforgettable Sentimental Songs, Over the Top Blues Masterpieces (Remastered), The Best Of Christmas Holidays (Fantastic Relaxing Songs), Blues Will Never Die
Movies Swing!, Birthright, Harlem Big Shot

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Birthright 1939
God's Step Children 1938 A Visitor
Swing! 1938 Lucy
Drums o' Voodoo 1934 Sister Marguerite
The Black King 1932 Delia



Blue Jasmine 2013 performer: "My Baby Sends Me" aka "My Daddy Rocks Me Part 1"

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