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Wild Women Don't Have the Blues
Ida Cox acc. by
Lovie Austin's Blues Serenaders
Feat. Tommy Ladnier
Recorded in Chicago during August of 1924 featuring Ida Cox vocals, with accompanists including Tommy Ladnier cornet, Jimmy O'Bryant and Johnny Dodds clarinet, and Lovie Austin piano & leader.
*"Wild Women Don't Have The Blues" was written by Ida Cox.
Accompanied by "Lovie Austin and her Blues Serenaders", the "Uncrowned Queen of Blues" Miss Ida Cox sings about how nice girls are often sad and mistreated but wild woman do as they please and don't allow no man to bring them down.
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