Decca DL-4434 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca C 9382 [A] 8/24/1934 Chickasaw train blues (Low down dirty thing) / Memphis Minnie
Decca C 25232 A 10/30/1944 Little bittie gal's blues / Joe Turner
Decca 60848 A 3/21/1936 Lone wolf blues / Oscar Woods
Decca 62463 A 8/2/1937 Vernita blues / Sleepy John Estes
Decca 63866 A 5/26/1938 Freight train blues / Trixie Smith
Decca 64972 A 2/1/1939 My man jumped salty on me / Rosetta Crawford
Decca 74142 [A] 11/19/1947 Beggin' woman / Cousin Joe
Decca 84972 [A] 7/29/1953 Bad things on my mind / Lightnin' Hopkins
Decca 90081 A 7/7/1935 Alley Sally blues / Scrapper Blackwell
Decca 90082 A 7/7/1935 No good woman blues / Scrapper Blackwell
Decca 90605 A 2/6/1936 Sweetest thing born / Red Nelson
Decca 90981 A 11/12/1936 Louise Louise blues / Johnnie Temple
Decca 91134 A 3/12/1937 Wild water blues / Kokomo Arnold
Decca 91150 A 3/26/1937 Crazy with the blues / Peetie Wheatstraw
Decca 91545 A 10/21/1938 The blues ain' t nothin' but...? / Georgia White

Primary Performers:

Memphis Minnie (vocalist)
Scrapper Blackwell (vocalist)
Red Nelson (vocalist)
Johnnie Temple (vocalist)
Kokomo Arnold (vocalist)
Peetie Wheatstraw (vocalist)
Georgia White (vocalist)
Sleepy John Estes (vocalist)
Trixie Smith (vocalist)
Rosetta Crawford (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Oscar Woods (vocalist)
Cousin Joe (vocalist)
Lightnin' Hopkins (vocalist)
Joe Turner (vocalist)


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca DL-4434 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))," accessed August 9, 2022,

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"Decca DL-4434 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 9 August 2022.


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