- Performer Mamie Smith And Her Jazz Hounds
- Title Lovin' Sam From Alabam / Don't Care Blues
- Date of release 1921
- Other formats ASF AHX AAC DMF AIFF MMF VOX
- Genre Blues
- Size MP3 1682 mb
- Size FLAC 1725 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 754
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Don't Care Blues (Album Version). by Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds. Don't Care Blues (Album Version) by Mamie Smith & Her Jazz Hounds. These would include Bessie, Clara, Trixie, and Laura Smith (none related) as well as Rosa Henderson, Hazel Meyers, Ethel Waters, and many others. Mamie was a great entertainer and her recordings tend to feature "showstoppers" rather than strictly mournful blues. If you have the four volume complete Mamie Smith released on Document, you will still need this set for the first rate booklet notes and superior sound.
Lyrics for top songs by Mamie Smith and Her Jazz Hounds. Mamie Smith and Her Jazz Hounds. Mean Man. You Can Have Him, I Don't Want Him, Didn't Love Him Anyhow Blues. You've Got to See Mama Ev'ry Night. You Can't Keep a Good Man Down. U" Need Some Lovin' Blues.
In the words of t Garvin Bushell, "Mamie Smith wasn't a real blues singer like Bessie Smith. She didn't get in between the notes like Bessie did. Mamie was what we called a shouter. The first group ever to record as Mamie Smith's Jazz Hounds consisted of The Lion, clarinetist Ernest Sticky Elliott, either Addington Major or Ed Cox on cornet, and trombonist Ward "Dope" Andrews, who had recorded with Noble Sissle and James Reese Europe in 1919; Andrews had a very talented and famous nephew in trumpeter Charlie Shavers.
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Mamie Smith was what you might call in modern parlance a "Breakthrough Artist. You see, back in 1919, record companies didn't have a whole lot of interest in that primitive blues stuff that black folks were slinging down South in roadhouses and squawking up North in speakeasys. Too raw, too gutbucket.
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