"ALABAMY BOUND" Lucille Hegamin Cameo 701 E Blues Singer Goes Pop! 1925
Current price $17.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Venice, California 90291 US
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Quantity available 1
Seller superbatone (485)
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Modified Item No
Country/Region Of Manufacture United States
Custom Bundle No
Record Grading E
Record Size 10"
Release Year 1925
Genre Blues - Pop Singing
Non-Domestic Product No
Record Label Cameo
BLUES SINGER LUCILLE HEGAMIN, who delighted record audiences with her low-down performances, suddenly goes mainstream on this record, in which she assays the Tin-Pan-Alley hits "ALABAMY BOUND" and "EVERY TIME I PICK A SWEETIE." In this respect, she was ahead of the pack, including Ethel Waters. Later in the year, Ethel made a sensation with "Dinah," officially opening the door for blues singers to tackle the popular repertoire, but Lucille Hegamin was there first, and here's proof.
This original 1925 Cameo 701 is in very nice E condition.
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