STREET WALKIN’ BLUES

25 Plaintive Paeans to the World’s Oldest Profession

1924-1956


Total tracks number: 25
Total tracks length:
01:15:14
Total tracks size:
53.681.858


 Artist

 Title

 Track

 Comment

Memphis Minnie

Hustlin' Woman Blues

01

with Black Bob, piano, Casey Bill Weldon, slide guitar,

Bill Settles, bass, 1935

Maggie Jones

Good Time Flat Blues

02

with Louis Armstrong, cornet, Fletcher Henderson, piano, 1924

Virginia Liston

I've Got What It Takes

03

with Clarence Williams, piano, Charlie Gaines, trumpet,

unknown, clarinet, Floyd Casey, washboard, 1929

Lil Johnson

New Shave 'Em Dry

04

with Mr. Sheiks (Alfred Bell), trumpet, Black Bob, piano,

Big Bill (Broonzy), guitar, unknown, bass, 1936

Sam Theard

She Skuffles That Ruff

05

accompaniment unknown, 1929

Billie Pierce

I'm In The Racket

06

accompaniment unknown, 1956

C. Williams

Street Walkin' Blues

07

accompaniment unknown, 1935

Lonnie Johnson

Crowin' Rooster Blues

08

with Lil Armstrong, piano, Andrew Harris, bass, 1941

Georgia White

Walking The Street

09

with Richard M. Jones, piano, Ikey Robinson, guitar,

John Lindsey, bass, 1937

Ma Rainey

Hustlin' Blues

10

with Tampa Red, kazoo, Georgia Tom Dorsey, piano,

balance unknown. 1928

Clara Smith

Kitchen Mechanic Blues

11

with Bob Fuller, reeds, Stanley Miller, piano,

Buddy Christian, banjo, 1925

Irene Scruggs

Must Get Mine In Front

12

with Little Brother Montgomery, piano, 1930

Bertha "Chippie" Hill

Street Walker Blues

13

with Shiley Clay, cornet, Preston Jackson, trombone,

Artie Starks, clarinet/alto, Richard M. Jones, piano/vocal,

Johnny St. Cyr, banjo, 1926

Lucille Bogan

(as Bessie Jackson)

Shave 'Em Dry

14

with Walter Roland, piano, 1935

George Williams & Bessie Brown

You Can't Proposition Me

15

with Louis Hooper, piano, Apr 2, 1926

Ethel Waters

Bring Your Greenbacks

16

with Fletcher Henderson, piano, Jan 22, 1925

Palooka Washboard Band

(Harlem Hamfats)

Save Me Some

17

Herb Morand, trumpet, Odell Rand, clarinet, Horace Malcolm, piano,

Joe McCoy or Charlie McCoy, guitar, prob. John Lindsey, bass, unknown,

washboard, Joe McCoy, vocal, Oct 27, 1937

Cab Calloway & His Orchestra

St. James Infirmary

18

with R.Q. Dickerson, Lammar Wright, Reuben Reeves, trumpets,

DePriest Wheeler (& possibly Harry White), trombones, Thornton Blue,

Andrew Brown, Walter "Foots" Thomas, reeds, Earras Prince, piano,

Morris White, banjo, Jimmy Smith, bass & tuba, Leroy Massey, drums,

Dec 23, 1930

Cab Calloway & His Orchestra

Nobody's Sweetheart

19

with R.Q. Dickerson, Lammar Wright, Reuben Reeves, trumpets,

DePriest Wheeler (& possibly Harry White), trombones, Thornton Blue,

Andrew Brown, Walter "Foots" Thomas, reeds, Earras Prince, piano,

Morris White, banjo, Jimmy Smith, bass & tuba, Leroy Massey, drums,

Dec 23, 1930

Unidentified Vocal Duet

Electric Man Blues

20

c. late 1920s (test pressing

Lovin' Sam

(Sam Theard)

State Street Blues

21

with Cow Cow Davenport, piano,

Tampa Red, guitar, May 1, 1929

Lovin' Sam

(Sam Theard)

She's Givin' It Away

22

with prob. Cow Cow Davenport, piano,

Apr 13, 1929

Al Miller

It Must Be Good

23

with unknown, piano,

(first name unknown) Rodgers, mandolin,

July 10, 1929

Clara Smith

For Sale (Hannah Johnson's Big Jack Ass)

24

with Clarence Williams, piano,

Sep 25, 1931

Lonnie Johnson

Your Love Is Cold

25

c. 1931 (test pressing)

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