Hersal blues. Edna Thomas Street cries of New Orleans. Ben Harney The wagon. Wade Ward Married man blues. New Orleans Rhythm Kings She's crying for me. Cyr Put me in the alley. Papa Charlie Jackson All i want is a little spoonful. Piron's New Orleans Orchestra Red man blues. Bennie Moten South street blues. Louise Ross No home blues.
Lee Morse Sugar babe. Careless love. Ma Rainey Jimmy Blythe Don't fish in my sea. Roosevelt Graves I'll be rested. Hendersonville Double Quartet I want my life to testify. The Pebbles Can't sleep blues. Kansas City Blues Strummers String band blues. Old Pal Smoke Shop Four Black cat blues.
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Lambs blood has washed me clean. I shall wear a crown. Cookie's Gingersnaps Freddie Keppard High fever. Homer Quincy Smith I want Jesus to walk with me. Hazel Meyers Nolan Welsh Louis Armstrong The Bridwell blues. Fat meat and greens. Christians fight on your time ain't long. Blind Lemon Jefferson Got the blues. Chock house blues. Birth of the blues. Sam McGee Knoxville blues. Smoke house blues. The Red Heads Boneyard shuffle. Blind Willie Johnson Motherless child. Synco Jazzers M. Williams The bumps.
Tin roof blues. Andrew Baxter Jim Baxter Bamalong blues. Hannah won't you open the door. Henry Thomas Honey just allow me one more chance. Richard 'Rabbit' Brown James alley blues. Louis Dumaine's Jazzola Eight Franklin Street blues. Reb Spikes Fight that thing. Johnny Dodds Clarinet wobble. South Georgia Highballers Mr johnson turn me loose. My old daddy's got a brand new way to love. Blind Mamie Forehand Honey in the rock. Henry Williams Eddie Anthony Georgia Crawl. Luther Magby Blessed are the poor.
A good man is hard to find. Ernest Stoneman Kahle Brewer I am resolved. Curley headed woman. Dock Boggs Down south blues. King Oliver Black Snake blues. Weary way blues. Meade Lux Lewis Honky tonk train blues. Blind Connie Rosemond The Lord is my shepherd. Penn beach blues. Sara Martin Sylvester Weaver Black hearse blues. Shelton Cold penitentiary blues. Shaking the blues away. Walter Rhodes The crowing rooster.
Duke Ellington Creole love call. Blind Joe Taggart God's gonna separate the wheat from the tares. Jazz me blues. Bix Clarence Williams Spencer Williams Royal Garden blues. The Allen Brothers Chattanooga blues. Duke Ellington Bubber Miley New Orleans lowdown. Will Ezell Barrelhouse man. Washington Phillips I am born to preach the gospel.
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Clayborn Death is only a dream. Henry Johnson Neckbones and beans. She's in the graveyard now. Sam Collins Yellow dog blues.
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Ed Bell Mamlish blues. Jessie Stone Starvation blues. Louis Armstrong Johnny Dodds Wild man blues. Gus Cannon Can you blame the colored man. Long Cleve Reed Mama you don't know how long. Stovepipe No. A woman gets tired of the same man all the time. Second hand blues. Buddy Boy Hawkins Awful fix. Train Hesitation blues. Texas Alexander Lonnie Johnson Section gang blues. Lonnie Johnson Lonesome ghost blues. Violet Harmony Singers Lord I can't stay away.
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Description Mezz Mezzrow was a boy from Chicago who learned to play the sax in reform school and pursued a life in music and a life of crime. He moved from Chicago to New Orleans to New York, working in brothels and bars, bootlegging, dealing drugs, getting hooked, doing time, producing records, and playing with the greats, among them Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, and Fats Waller.
Really the Blues, the jive-talking memoir that Mezzrow wrote at the insistence of, and with the help of, the novelist Bernard Wolfe, is the story of an unusual and unusually American life, and a portrait of a man who moved freely across racial boundaries when few could or did, "the odyssey of an individualist. Other books in this series. Add to basket.
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