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9 thoughts on “ Confidential Blues - Ida Cox - Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Vol. 1 1923 (CD)

  1. Styles: Classic Female Blues, Early American Blues, Pre-War Blues Ida Cox was one of the most powerful blues singers of the s, ranking just below Bessie Smith. The Document label has reissued all of Cox's s recordings on four CDs, leaving out many of the alternate takes (since there are a great deal from ) to be put out on a Author: Blind Dog Radio.
  2. Ida Cox Vol. 1 - DOCD Available on CD and Download only from The Document Records Store.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 2 on Discogs.
  4. The fourth and final CD in Document's extensive Ida Cox series features the classic blues singer in a variety of settings: backed by her future husband Jesse Crump on eight selections from ; accompanied by a variety of mostly unknown players on a dozen numbers from ; joined by a trio (including trombonist Roy Palmer) on two sides; and, finally, assisted by five Count Basie .
  5. Ida Cox was one of the most talented of the classic blues singers of the s. This Document CD has 24 of her first 32 recordings and, although one regrets that it is not a "complete" series (hopefully the dozen other alternate takes will be reissued by Document eventually), the music is /5(11).
  6. Ida Cox: Worried Any How Blues and 6 more Ida Cox - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 2 ‎ (CD, Comp, RM) Document Records (2) DOCD Austria: Sell This Version.
  7. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Vol. 2: (Compilation) Gefällt mir Mean Lovin’ Man Blues (take 3) Lawdy Blues (take 3) Ida Cox’s Lawdy, Lawdy Blues (take 4) Moanin’ Groanin’ Blues; Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 3: (Compilation) Gefällt mir.
  8. Get this from a library! Complete recorded works in chronological order, volume 2, c. March to April [Ida Cox; Lovie Austin; Blues Serenaders.; Five Blue Spells (Musical group)].
  9. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: v. 1. June to December Any woman's blues ; Bama bound blues ; Lovin' is the thing I'm wild about ; Graveyard dream blues (take 1/take 2) --Weary way blues ; Blue Monday blues ; I love my man better than I love myself ; Ida Cox's Lawdy, Lawdy blues (take 3/take 4) ; Moanin' groanin' blues ; Chattanooga blues ; Chicago bound.

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