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  1. Juanita Hall With Claude Hopkins All Stars, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Doc Cheatham, George Duvivier, Jimmy Crawford – The Original Bloody Mary Sings The Blues (1958, Vinyl) - Discogs. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1958 Vinyl release of "The Original Bloody Mary Sings The Blues" on Discogs. EverythingReleasesArtistsLabels.

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  2. 20. Aug. 1996 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1996 CD release of "Sings The Blues" on Discogs. ... Trumpet – Doc Cheatham; Vocals – Juanita Hall; Notes . Recorded in New York City 1957. Originally issued on LP as Counterpoint CPT-564 ...

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  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Juanita_HallJuanita Hall - Wikipedia

    In 1958, she recorded Juanita Hall Sings the Blues (at Beltone Studios in New York City), backed by a group of jazz musicians that included Claude Hopkins, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Doc Cheatham, and George Duvivier.

  4. About. For Librarians. Juanita Hall sings the blues. Authors:Juanita Hall, Claude Hopkins(Performer), Coleman Hawkins(Performer), Buster Bailey(Performer), Doc Cheatham(Performer), Jimmy Crawford(Performer), George Duvivier(Performer) Online Music, English, ©2000. Edition:View all formats and editions. Publisher:Fantasy, Berkeley, CA, ©2000.

  5. In 1958, she recorded Juanita Hall Sings the Blues (at Beltone Studios in New York City), backed by an astonishing group of jazz musicians including Claude Hopkins, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Doc Cheatham, and George Duvivier.