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Female Blues Singers, Vol. 4: C (1921-1930)
1. Dangerous Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
2. I Want Some Lovin' Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
3. Also Ran Blues, The - Alice Leslie Carter
4. Cry Baby Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
5. You'll Think of Me Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
6. Aunt Hagar's Children Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
7. Down Home Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
8. Heartbroken Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
9. I Want My Daddy Now - Alice Leslie Carter
10. Decatur Street Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
11. Got to Have My Daddy Blues - Alice Leslie Carter
12. Darned Blues, The
13. Jim Jam Blues, The
14. When I Go Your Good Thing's Going Too
15. Once I Did
16. I Want Plenty Grease in My Frying Pan - Margaruet Love Carter
17. Come Get Me, Papa, Before I Faint - Margaruet Love Carter
18. Never Again - Alta Cates
19. Pacific Coast Blues - Juanita Stinette Chappelle
20. Do What You Did Last Night - Alice Clinton
21. (Since You've Been Gone) There's Been Some Changes Made - Alice Clinton
22. Unkind Blues - Anna Belle Coleman
23. Kingfish Blues - Anna Belle Coleman
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 5508
Full title: Female Blues Singers: Complete Recorded Works: Vol. 4 (1921-30).
Personnel: Juanita Stinette Chappelle, Anna Belle Coleman, Alta Cates, Alice Clinton, Alice Leslie Carter, Margaruet Love Carter (vocals); Buddy Christian , Buddy Christian's Creole Five (banjo); Joseph Samuels (violin); Bob Fuller (clarinet, alto saxophone); Nathan Glantz (alto saxophone); Jules Levy, June Clark (cornet); Charlie Irvis (trombone); J.C. Johnson , James P. Johnson & his Orchestra, Bill Hegamin, Louis Hooper, Larry Briers, James P. Johnson (piano).
Audio Remasterer: Gerhard Wessely.
Liner Note Author: Dr. David Evans .
Recording information: Grafton, WI (1921-1930); N.Y.C., NY (1921-1930).
Ensemble: Tampa Blue Jazz Band.
Seven long-forgotten classic blues singers are featured on this CD, which has their total output. Alice Leslie Carter is heard on 11 dated but often charming performances from 1921, in which she is backed by a combo led by pianist James P. Johnson, including the debut vocal recording of "Aunt Hagar's Children Blues." Josephine Carter fares OK on four numbers, while Margaret Carter's two numbers in 1926 ("I Want Plenty Grease in My Frying Pan" and "Come Get Me, Papa, Before I Faint") are excellent, making one wish that she had recorded again. Alta Cates' lone title (the ironically titled "Never Again") is forgettable while Juanita Stinette Chappelle's only solo side (she normally recorded as a team with her husband) is fine. Finishing off this set are two numbers apiece from Alice Clinton (who is probably actress Nina Mae McKinney under a pseudonym) in 1928 and the fine lowdown blues singer Anna Belle Coleman, who would have been considered out-of-date in 1930. ~ Scott Yanow
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