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Aunt Hagar's Blues; East St. Louis Blues
Beale Street Blues; Joe Turner Blues
Benny Goodman On V-Disc V.2 1945-1946
Billie, Ella, Lena, Sarah
Careless Love; John Henry Blues
Good-For-Nothin' Joe
I Love to Love
Lena Horne Sings
Lena: The Men In My Life
Mad About the Boy
Moanin' Low
Presenting Lena Horne
St. Louis Blues; Memphis Blues
Stormy Weather
The Birth Of The Blues
The Gershwin Collection: An Historical Treasury of...
The Great Female Blues Singers - Shout It Out Sist...
This Is Artie Shaw, Record 2
This Is Artie Shaw, Record 2
Till the Clouds Roll By
Words and Music