Bessie Smith

BESSIE SMITH 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.

SEE ALSO: Bessie Smith and her Band; Bessie Smith and Her Blues Boys










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After You've Gone ; A Good Man is Hard to Find
Aggravatin' Papa
Baby Won't You Please Come Home Blues
Bessie Smith Empress of the Blues
Bessie Smith The Empress
Bessie Smith, the World's Greatest Blues Singer
Boweavil Blues
Cemetery Blues
Collector's History of Classic Jazz
Dirty Blues
Down Hearted Blues
Empress of Blues - Vol. 2
Far Away Blues
Frosty Mornin' Blues
Gimme A Pigfoot; It's Time To Jump and Shout
Hateful Blues
Haunted House Blues
Hot Trumpets
I've Been Mistreated and I Don't Like It
Jail-House Blues
Jazz, Vol. 4, Jazz Singers
Key Hole Blues ; J. C. Holmes Blues
Lady-Luck Blues
Me And My Gin ; Gin House Blues
Money Blues
New Gulf Coast Blues
Pickpocket Blues
Preachin' the Blues
Reckless Blues
Shipwreck Blues ; Long Old Road
Sorrowful Blues
St. Louis Gal
The Blues Heritage: King Oliver, Louis Armstrong a...
The Empress
The Great Female Blues Singers - Shout It Out Sist...
The St. Louis Blues
The World's Greatest Blues Singer
The Yellow Dog Blues
Them Dirty Blues
Thinking Blues
Weeping Willow Blues
Yes Indeed He Did