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Sources

  • History and Tradition of Jazz by Thomas E. Larson

  • Jazz for Dummies by Dirk Sutro

  • http://en.wikipedia.org

Discography

  • 1.

    “Sweet Home Chicago” by Robert Johnson from the album The High Price of Soul Primo PRMCD6036

  • 2.

    “Gulf Coast Blues” by W.C. Handy from the album W.C. Handy’s Memphis Blues Band Memphis Archives

  • 3.

    “Crazy Blues” by Mamie Smith from the album Crazy Blues: The Best of Mamie Smith Sony

  • 4.

    “It’s Right Here for You” by Mamie Smith from the album Complete Recorded Works, Volume 1 (1920 – 1921) Document Records LTD

  • 5.

    “Prove It on Me Blues” by Ma Rainey from the album The Essential Ma Rainey Classic Blues CBL 200020

  • 6.

    “Lost Your Head Blues” by Bessie Smith from the album The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, Volume 1 CBS RD 033-1

  • 7.

    “St. Louis Blues” by Bessie Smith from the album The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz, Volume 1 CBS RD 033-1

  • 8.

    “Come On in My Kitchen” by Robert Johnson from the album The High Price of Soul Primo PRMCD6036

  • 9.

    “Cross Road Blues” by Robert Johnson from the album The High Price of Soul Primo PRMCD6036

  • 10.

    “Governor Pat Neff” by Lead Belly from the album Gwine Dig a Hole to Put the Devil in Rounder CD 1045

  • 11.

    “C C Rider” by Lead Belly from the album Gwine Dig a Hole to Put the Devil in Rounder CD 1045

  • 12.

    “See That My Grave Is Kept Clean” by Blind Lemon Jefferson from the album Blind Lemon Jefferson: Complete Recordings Document Records LTD DOCD-5019

  • 13.

    “Match Box Blues” by Blind Lemon Jefferson from the album The Best of Blind Lemon Jefferson Yazoo

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