Black pearls: blues queens of the 1920s

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Rutgers University Press, 1988 - Music - 295 pages
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Four influential black female blues singers are highlighted plus the social conditions under which they lived and performed.

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Blues music spawned legendary performers whose influence has been felt in many musical forms here and around the world. Until now the important role of the great women blues singers has largely gone ... Read full review

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Victoria Spivey 147
6
Riding Toby to the Big Time
24
Crazy Blues Starts a New Craze
44
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