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Young Woman's BluesYodling BluesBaby Won't You Please Come HomeMean Old Bedbug BluesReckless BluesI Ain't Gonna Play No Second FiddleNobody In Town Can Bake A Sweet Jelly Roll Like MineMidnight BluesDixie Flyer BluesIn The House BluesSorrowful BluesWasted Life BluesI've Been Mistreated And I Don't Like ItSt Louis BluesFrosty Morning BluesLady Luck BluesFoolish Man BluesI Ain't Got NobodyBaby DollSam Jones BluesOutside Of ThatSqueeze MeSt. Louis GalMy Man BluesEmpty Bed BluesRocking Chair BluesEavesdropper's BluesDirty No-gooder's BluesGulf Coast BluesMoan You MoanersNew Orleans Hop Scop BluesI'm Going Back To My Used To BeGimme A PigfootBeale Street MamaPinchbacks - Take 'em AwayBlue BluesAny Woman's BluesI'm Wild About That ThingKeeps On A Rainin'Shipwreck BluesDown In The DumpsWorn Out Papa BluesDown Hearted BluesNeed A Little Sugar In My BowlKitchen ManCareless Love Blues (alternate Take)Cemetery BluesNobody Knows When You're Down And OutThinking BluesPut It Right Here (or Keep It Out There)Chicago Bound BluesI've Got What It Takes But It Breaks MyJailhouse BluesYou've Got To Give Me SomeWorried Life BluesSend Me To The 'lectric ChairStandin' In The Rain BluesPoor Man's BluesHe's Got Me GoingIt Makes My Love Come DownMistreatin' DaddyPickpocket BluesOh Daddy BluesTrombone ChollyPreachin' The BluesAggravatin' PapaBoweavil BluesIf You Don't I Know Who WillBlack Mountain BluesHaunted House Blues'tain't Nobody's Bizness If I DoThere'll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town TonightWhoa Tillie Take Your TimeYellow Dog BluesTake Me For A Buggy Ride
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Related Information for Bessie Smith Bessie Smith (April 15, 1894 – September 26, 1937) was an American blues singer.Nicknamed The Empress of the Blues, Smith was the most popular female blues singer of the 1920s and 1930s. She is often regarded as one of the greatest singers of her era and, along with Louis Armstrong, a major influence on other jazz vocalists.The 1900 census indicates that Bessie Smith was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in July 1892. However, the 1910 census recorded her birthday as April 15, 1894.. read more