Daddy, Your Mama Is Lonesome For You - Mamie Smith And Her Jazz Band* - Daddy, Your Mama Is Lonesome For You / Sax-O-Phoney Blues (Shellac)

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  1. Yoll
    Daddy, your mama is lonesome for you: Mamie Smith and her Jazz Band: Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band: OKeh: S in. Aug. I want a jazzy kiss: Mamie Smith and her Jazz Band: Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band: OKeh: S in. Aug. Sax-o-phoney blues: Mamie Smith and her Jazz Band: Female vocal solo, with.
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    Oct 31,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Daddy Your Mama Is Lonesome For You (Original Recordings ) by Miss Lee Morse And Her Blue Grass Boys Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet.
  3. Melabar
    Document Records' 'Mamie Smith: The Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1: ' features a young Mamie Smith at her best. Of course, this has her biggest hit and the first major blues song ever recorded, 'Crazy Blues,' but there is more to Mamie Smith than that/5(7).
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    Daddy Mama book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Dr Wiseman lost her family in and she's a little bit bitter. This mad scie /5(1).
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  7. Tojazahn
    Oh Daddy (You Won't Have No Mama At All) Lyrics: Just like a flower I am fading away / The doctor call to see me most every day / But he don't do me no good, why? / Because I'm lonesome for you.
  8. Totaur
    Jun 13,  · [One] highlight of the entertainment is the singing of Mamie Smith who, accompanied by her 'jazz houns,' interprets 'You've Got to See Mama Every Night,' and 'Don't Mess With Me,' in a way to win the kind of applause that can only be answered with an encore" ("Novel Revue Is Rich in Humor").

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