Black pearls: Blues queens of the 1920s

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Black pearls: Blues queens of the 1920s
New Brunswick, N.J
Rutgers University Press
2000
eng
Throughout the 1920s, in tents, theaters, dance halls and cabarets, and on "race" records, black American women captivated large audiences with their singing of the blues. "Harrison examines the subjects and texts of their songs, the toll these performers paid for their right to be heard, and what they did to transform a folk tradition into a popular art.
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978-0-8135-1280-8
Black pearls
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