RCA Victor LPV-534 (LP). Women of the blues [special collection]

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Victor BS-014348 1 10/11/1937 I got a man in the 'Bama mines / Sweet Peas Spivey
Victor BS-014349 1 10/11/1937 Cold in hand / Sweet Peas Spivey
Victor BVE-36069 1 8/27/1926 Goin' crazy with the blues / Mamie Smith
Victor BVE-36081 3 8/31/1926 What have you done to make me feel this way / Mamie Smith
Victor BVE-36917 2 11/9/1926 Somebody's been lovin' my baby / Monette Moore
Victor BVE-37573 1 1/26/1927 Hard hearted papa / Monette Moore
Victor BVE-37681 1 2/14/1927 Second-handed blues / Margaret Johnson
Victor BVE-37682 2 2/14/1927 Dead drunk blues / Margaret Johnson
Victor BVE-38045 2 5/20/1927 Sugar / Alberta Hunter
Victor BVE-38046 2 5/20/1927 Beale Street blues / Alberta Hunter
Victor BVE-48866 2 2/6/1929 You gonna need my help / Sippie Wallace
Victor BVE-48870 2 2/7/1929 I'm a mighty tight woman / Sippie Wallace
Victor BVE-56732 1 10/1/1929 Blood hound blues / Victoria Spivey
Victor BVE-56734 1 10/1/1929 Moaning the blues / Victoria Spivey
Victor BVE-59123 2 1/27/1930 Electrician blues / Lizzie Miles

Primary Performers:

Victoria Spivey (vocalist)
Sweet Peas Spivey (vocalist)
Mamie Smith (vocalist)
Monette Moore (vocalist)
Margaret Johnson (vocalist : contralto)
Alberta Hunter (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Sippie Wallace (vocalist)
Lizzie Miles (vocalist : soprano vocal)

Other Information:

Release Date: 11/1966


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