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Alberta Hunter

I Don't Want It All/Empty Cellar Blues

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Item Location Asheville, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, 28805
Label Okeh
Item Number 8315
Recording Date 1926
Physical Grade A :: B VG/VG-
Defects Graying Grooves, Scuffed , Scratch::Light Scratch
Genre Blues, Pre-War, Jazz, Popular & Vocal, Pre-War
Format 10" 78
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1
Subsidiary Artists Perry Bradford's Mean Four

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Member Since Feb 15, 2010 in United States

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Description of Product

“Classic” blues singer, Alberta Hunter, reflects on the hardships of the Prohibition Era, with raucous jazz accompaniment by Perry Bradford’s Mean Four on “I Don’t Want It All” and jazz piano, saxophone and cornet on “Empty Cellar Blues.”

Condition: V,V-; Plays fine, loud and strong over mostly light surface noise though a bit nosier at the endings. Overall light to moderate graying of grooves, scuffing/rubbing and light scratching.

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