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Album: Sings The Blues Of Victoria Spivey
Released: 1980
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Label: Spivey Records ‎– LP-1027. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: Genre: Blues. A1. –Louisiana Red. Dedicated To The Queen, Brenda & Pop Muddy. Let Me Tell You A Story About West.

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Album Got the Blues, Victoria Spivey. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Got the Blues Data di pubblicazione: 6 settembre 2010. Tracking list e i testi dell'album

Victoria Regina Spivey (October 15, 1906 – October 3, 1976), sometimes known as Queen Victoria, was an American blues singer and songwriter. During a recording career that spanned 40 years, from 1926 to the mid-1960s, she worked with Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Clarence Williams, Luis Russell, Lonnie Johnson, and Bob Dylan. She also performed in vaudeville and clubs, sometimes with her sister Addie "Sweet Peas" (or "Sweet Pease") Spivey (1910–1943), also known as the Za Zu Girl

VICTORIA SPIVEY OKEH 8370-Hoodoo Man Blues/Spider Web Blues CLASSIC FEMALE BLUES. NM Victoria Spivey Records 1024 Brenda Bell ‎– Sings The Blues Of LP VInyl.

Victoria Spivey's first full-length set for her Spivey label is one of her best. Her singing voice was still in fine form, and she performs a dozen of her own blues (most recently written at the time), including "Grant Spivey," "From Broadway to 7th Avenue," "Cool Papa" and "Buddy Tate.

Victoria Spivey got her start in music at age twelve when she began playing piano in a movie theatre in Houston, Texas. From there she expanded her musical career to playing in saloons and whorehouses. She was was a big fan of the Blues singer Ida Cox and modeled her own career after Cox's. In 1926 at the the age of twenty she travelled to St. Louis where Okeh records was on a field trip looking for new acts to record. She recorded her own songs Black Snake Blues and Dirty Woman Blues which became a best selling record. As the Blues craze and the record industry in general hit the skids in the early 1930s, Spivey somehow managed to keep recording and performing unlike almost all of the other Classic Blues singers. She expanded into playing in vaudeville musical revues, including the acclaimed Hellzapoppin' Revue in New York City and recorded and toured with Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra.

Mamie Smith - Crazy blues. Bessie Smith - Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out, 1929. Ida Cox - Wild women don't have the blues. Rosa Lee Hill - Count The Days I'm Gone. Mississippi Matilda - Happy home blues. Victoria Spivey - Black Snake Blues. Billie Holiday - Love Me Or Leave Me (1941). Alberta Hunter - You Can't Tell The Difference After Dark. Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Didn't Rain. Sister Rosetta Tharpe- That's All. Nina Simone- Strange Fruit. Nina Simone - Backlash Blues.

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A1 Brenda Introduces The Fellows! 2:30
A2 From Broadway To 7th Ave. To Fulton St. 3:35
A3 Go Tell My Other Man 3:38
A4 Black Snake Blues 4:08
A5 You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now 4:24
B1 Now He's Gone 3:53
B2 Trouble Hurts 3:53
B3 A Basket Of Blues 2:24
B4 TB Blues 5:33
B5 Brenda's Eulogy For Victoria/No. 12 Let Me Roam 5:46


  • Bass – Buck Jones
  • Engineer – Neal Steingart
  • Guitar – Bo Wise
  • Harmonica – Danny Russo
  • Mastered By – Joe Giovanelli
  • Piano – Eric Lesselbaum
  • Producer – Len Kunstadt
  • Trumpet – Louis Metcalf (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B4)
  • Vocals – Brenda Bell, Victoria Spivey (tracks: B5)


Back jacket liner notes by Len Kunstadt