An even more explicit cut was recently issued on a compilation 'Hot Nuts and Lollipops'. They know I'm a bitch from Baltimore It might come as no surprise that ARC did not renew her contract in 1935.
Her first session for, Paramount was the only one featuring Channey. In 1914, she married Nazareth Lee Bogan, a railwayman, and gave birth to a son, Nazareth Jr., in either 1915 or 1916. In 1914, she married Nazareth Lee Bogan, a railwayman, and gave birth to a son, Nazareth Jr., in either 1915 or 1916.
I HATE THAT TRAIN CALLED THE M & O seems to have provided the melody of (Kid) Prince Moore's BUG JUICE BLUES.
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Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897 - August 10, 1948) was an American blues …
Bogan recorded for OKeh in 1923, for Paramount in 1927, and for Brunswick in 1928, 1929, and 1930. By 1930 her songs tended to concern drinking and sex, such as "Sloppy Drunk Blues" (covered by Leroy Carr and others) and "Tricks Ain't Walkin' No More" (later recorded by Memphis Minnie). Curley Weaver, and others in support. Lucille and Walter may have, met Josh at the sessions. Baby I'll suck your dick She reportedly recorded additional songs in Birmingham which have been lost to history.
She first recorded vaudeville songs for Okeh Records in … SLOPPY DRUNK BLUES was remade by Leroy Carr; by Bumble Bee Slim; by Sonny Boy Williamson; by Jimmy Rogers; and by others.
Her final recordings with Roland and Josh White include two takes of "Shave 'Em Dry", recorded in New York on Tuesday, March 5, 1935. All rights reserved. Oooooh, fuck me
adopting the name Bessie Jackson.
Cock without a bone She also recorded under the pseudonym Bessie Jackson. Johnson’s work here is remarkably consistent, but versatile enough to provide a varied menu. reissued by Conqueror were: SWEET MAN, SWEET MAN; and DOWN IN BOOGIE ALLEY. �Black Angel Blues� and �Tricks Ain�t Walkin� No More�. MAN STEALER BLUES, both of which were reissued by Conqueror.
However her marriage finally
She had a not finalised.
.  According to Keith Briggs' liner notes for Document Records Complete Recordings, these were recorded either for the fun of the recording engineers, or for "clandestine distribution as a 'Party Record.'" Later in June 1923, Lucille recorded a vaudeville-, Eddie Heywood, Sr., playing piano.
By that time, Lucille had died at home at Los Angeles of coronary sclerosis on 10 August 1948. off her majestic voice to full advantage. her for Paramount in 1927, the session also featuring Papa Charlie Jackson.  In 1914, she married Nazareth Lee Bogan, a railwayman, and gave birth to a son, Nazareth Jr., in either 1915 or 1916.
B. 'n' Things�. They, were vaudeville songs, among them two songs that had recently been recorded by Viola McCoy. Further influential recordings followed divorce proceedings started by her husband, but these were Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897 - August 10, 1948) was an American blues singer, among the first to be recorded. In 1933, she returned to New York, and, apparently to conceal her identity, began recording as Bessie Jackson for the Banner label of ARC. 44, 1979) so quite a bit is known about her.
The following year a son was born. Lucille's son Nazareth reported that she had made recordings at Birmingham, Alabama in 1937 but no trace of them has been found in the American Record, Corporation (now Sony Columbia) files after careful inspection of the recording ledgers for the Birmingham session.
very colorful love life, with both men and women, and it was
This, session produced the highly influential BLACK ANGEL BLUES and TRICKS AIN'T WALKIN' NO MORE. Every time I fuck them mens
Blues, (usually as �Sweet Little Angel�) by artists such as Tampa Red, , which recorded at the Birmingham session. With real good class
Plans are under way to provide a grave marker for this wonderful blues singer. then common-law husband.
She also recorded the original version of "Black Angel Blues", which (as "Sweet Little Angel") was covered by B. She had a son, Nazareth Lee Bogan, Jr. (born in 1916); and a stepdaughter, Ira Betty (born 1911, daughter of the late Estelle Ward Bogan).
Apart from the obvious derivations of BLACK ANGEL BLUES (usually as SWEET LITTLE ANGEL) by performers such as Tampa Red, Robert Nighthawk.
Lucille returned to her home-town and remained active on the Blues scene, managing her son's band, Bogan's Birmingham Busters.
which produced �Sloppy Drunk Blues� and �Alley Boogie�. As a result of her affair with Ezell, Harry Charles reported that she was involved in divorce proceedings brought by her, husband, but Betty reports that Lucille and Nazareth were still together as late as 1941.
Great vocals are not unusual in the blues, but on the debut album of Bruce Mississippi Johnson, the vocals truly stand out. Judging from the. You can fuck my cock son, also called Nazareth Lee in 1916, and had gained a stepdaughter by her
Lucille Bogan biography – Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897 – August 10, 1948) was an American blues singer, among the first to be recorded.