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Midnight Blues
(A Wee Hour Chant)

Rosa Henderson

 

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This record was cut in New York City on July 19th 1923 featuring Rosa Henderson vocals, Elmer Chambers cornet, Teddy Nixon trombone, Don Redman clarinet, Coleman Hawkins tenor sax, Fletcher Henderson piano, Charlie Dixon banjo, and Billy Fowler bass sax.

*"Midnight Blues (A Wee Hour Chant)" was composed by Babe Thompson and Spencer Williams.

Rosa Henderson's life as an entertainer started off in 1913 traveling with her Uncle's circus troupe. Five years later she married Douglas "Slim" Henderson a comedian and co-owner of the Mason-Henderson show and toured extensively eventually landing in New York around 1920 where her professional career began.



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