Mamie Smith is credited with recording the first vocal blues song "Crazy Blues" in 1920.
She entered blues history by being the first African-American artist to make vocal
blues recordings in 1920. Willie "The Lion" Smith (no relation) explained the ...
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.
Mamie Smith in 1920 Mamie Smith was the first black woman to record a vocal
blues song. But several vocal blues recordings were made before her.
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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
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
Jul 28, 2010 ... 'The Queen of the Blues' Mamie Smith has the distinction of being the first African
-American to record a vocal blues. Recorded on August 10 ...
Ruth Brown's smooth vocals made the rhythm and blues charts regularly .....
known as the first blues song to ever be recorded (by Mamie Smith in 1920).
No doubt Smith absorbed vocal ideas during her early association with the "
Mother ... Smith (no relation to Bessie Smith) recorded the first vocal blues in
1920 and ... examples of which may be found on such songs as "The Yellow Dog
First recorded in the 1900s, the blues were played by a soulful lot of acoustic
musicians that handed down their songs to pioneering bluesmen such as Muddy
... to fame in the late 1960s and was known for her powerful, blues-inspired