Mamie Smith is credited with recording the first vocal blues song "Crazy Blues" in 1920.
Blues is a genre and musical form originated by African Americans in the Deep
South of the ... Blues has since evolved from unaccompanied vocal music and
oral traditions ... Two of the first publish...
The first blues song published was called “I Got The Blues”. ... and vaudeville
singer Morton Harvey recorded it again, creating the first vocal blues recording.
Nov 11, 2006 ... Mamie Smith was the first black artist to record a blues song: 1920's "Crazy Blues
." The recording opened the door for a brand new market known from the 1920s
... Mamie Smith was the first black vocalist to record the blues.
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Aug 13, 2009 ... Mamie Smith (1883-1946) was the first African-American female performer to
make a vocal blues recording in 1920 with "Crazy Blues". The song was written
Jun 7, 2010 ... In 1920, Mamie Smith's “Crazy Blues,” the first recording of an ... Witnesses
claimed that after its release in 1920, the song could be heard coming .... the
handsome, popular and capable vocalist, Mamie Gardner Smith of 40 W.
Aug 16, 2016 ... Jazz and blues vocalist Bessie Smith's powerful, soulful voice won her ... with
whom she signed a contract and made her first song recordings.
Blues singer and pianist who described hre own vocal style as the “tiger moan”.
... This was the first song that Robert Johnson recorded, and was composed as if
At its inception, beginning in the 1890s, it was the song that sold a record and not
... In 1890 George W. Johnson became the first African American to record
commercially. ... Not all vocal recordings of compositions by African Americans
were ... However, the 1923 version by (W. C.) Handy's Memphis Blues Band
made for ...
Feb 12, 2016 ... Mamie Smith was the first African American female to record blues songs in 1920
with her version of Perry Bradford's “Crazy Blues,” and “It's ...