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Smith, Trixie
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
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Related names: 
Armstrong, Louis (1901-1971)
Fletcher Henderson orchestra
Grant, Coot
Henderson, Fletcher (1897-1952)
Rainey, Ma (1886-1939)
Stewart, Priscilla
Tharpe, Rosetta (d. 1973)
Wallace, Sippie
Wilson, Wesley (1893-1958)
Young, Billie vocalist
Ada Jane's blues
Classic blues and vaudeville singers
Classic blues & vaudeville singers the alternate takes (1921-1930)
Classic blues women, p1993:
Don't shake it no more
Everybody loves my baby but my baby don't love nobody but me
Everybody's doing that charleston now
Freight train blues blues singing with orchestra
He may be your man but he comes to see me sometime blues singing with orchestra
How come you do me like you do
Jack I'm mellow blues singing with orchestra
Log cabin blues
Louis Armstrong plays the blues
Love me like you used to do
My daddy rocks me blues singing with orchestra
My unusual man blues singing with orchestra
No good man blues singing with orchestra
Praying blues
Sorry but I can't take you [SR] p1980:
Sorry but I can't take you women's railroad blues.
Trixie blues blues singing with orchestra
Trixie Smith 1922-1939.
Trixie Smith complete recorded works in chronological order.
Voo doo blues
Contributed to or performed: 
2 A.M. Blues
Black Bottom Hop
Choo-choo Blues
Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1922-1924
Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 2: 1925-1939
Desperate Blues
Don’t Know And I Don’t Care Blues, I
Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don’t Love Nobody But Me)
Freight Train Blues
Give Me That Slow Drag
He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes)
Log Cabin Blues
Mining Camp Blues
My Daddy Rocks Me
My Daddy Rocks Me — No. 2
Praying Blues
Railroad Blues
Take It Daddy It’s All Yours
Tired Of Waiting Blues
You Missed A Good Women When You Picked All Over Me