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I've Got A Mind To Ramble. Lucille Nelson Hegamin (November 29, 1894 – March 1, 1970) was a American singer and entertainer, and a pioneer African American blues recording artist notable for being one of the first of such to record. View full artist profile.
Lucille Hegamin, Album. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1920-1922). In most cases, Hegamin is backed by her Blue Flame Syncopators, a combo of mostly obscure players that includes her husband Bill Hegamin on piano, Ralph Escudero on tuba, and drummer Kaiser Marshall, along with four horns. Historic music that is still quite listenable; the recording quality is mostly quite good for the very early period 21 I've Got the Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues) Lucille Hegamin 3:9. 22 He May Be Your Man (But He Comes to See Me Sometimes) Lucille Hegamin 3:7. 23 State Street Blues Lucille Hegamin 3:9. 24 High Brown Blues Lucille Hegamin 2:48.
A. I've Got The Written-By –. Wonder George. Where He Went And When A. Little, Tommy Lyman. B. He May Be Written-By. Your Man (But He – Lemuel Fowler. Lucille Hegamin Her Blue Flame Syncopators. And. I've Got The Wonder Where He Went And When He's Coming Back Blues, He May Be Your Man (Shellac, 10").
Listen: Lucille Hegamin and her Blue Flame Syncopators - He May Be Your Man But He Comes To See Me Sometime (1925). Prev Page 17 of 25 Next. Fellow blues artists Alberta Hunter, Lucille Hegamin and Ethel Waters would also record for the label.
Lucille Nelson Hegamin (November 29, 1894 – March 1, 1970) was an American singer and entertainer and an early African-American blues recording artist. Lucille Nelson was born in Macon, Georgia, the daughter of John and Minnie Nelson. From an early age she sang in local church choirs and theatre programs. By the age of 15 she was touring the US South with the Leonard Harper Minstrel Stock Company. –Lucille Hegamin, Harris Blues And Jazz Seven. Written-By – Tom Delaney. –Lucille Hegamin Blue Flame Syncopators. I'll Be Good But I'll Be Lonesome. Written-By – Fred Fisher (2). Companies, etc. Record Company – United Phonographs Corporation. Matrix, Runout (A-side label): 18004. Matrix, Runout (B-side label): 18017.
I've tried so much to find this song used by YAP youtube channel in their video "A beauty and the best story. Help? Anonymous Person 21 June 2019 Reply. Hi. I think it is As Long As I Have Got You - Frigga. Hi i am looking for a song that i heard in ig it shows up that it is a cover by RuthB He said baby u mean the world to me i knew he was lying but i still smiled. Mario Vujnovic 21 June 2019 Reply. Hello, I am trying to find a song that is similar to get low but before the drop male voice is saying something in lines hey yo everbody listen up i have got somethibg to say and drop is arabic type. AnonyMous 21 June 2019 Reply.
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