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Lucille Hegamin & Her
Blue Flame Syncopators
Lucille's Recording Debut
Recorded in New York City during November of 1920 featuring Lucille Hegamin vocals, Wesley Johnson trumpet, Charlie Irvis trombone, unknown clarinet, Harvey Boone alto sax, Bill Hegamin piano, and Ralph Escudero tuba.
*"Everybody's Blues" was written by Thomas Delaney.
Following the smashing success of Mamie Smith's "Crazy Blues", Lucille Hegamin took her palace in history as the "Second African American singer to make a blues record". Her debut release would pair "Jazz Me Blues" backed with this number.
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