Memphis Minnie & Her Jug Band - Vocalion 1601 (1930)

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In 1929 she and Kansas Joe McCoy, her second husband, began to perform together. They were discovered by a talent scout of Columbia Records in front of a barber shop where they were playing for dimes. When she and McCoy went to record in New York, they were given the names Kansas Joe and Memphis Minnie by a Columbia A&R man. During the next few years she and McCoy released a series of records, performing as a duet. In February 1930 they recorded the song Bumble Bee, which they had already recorded for Columbia but which had not yet been released, for the Vocalion label. This became one of Minnie's most popular songs, and she eventually recorded five versions of it.

Minnie and McCoy continued to record for Vocalion until August 1934, when they recorded a few sessions for Decca, with their last session together being for Decca in September. They divorced in 1935. She and McCoy introduced country blues to the urban environment and became very well known.

Memphis Minnie v, g / Kansas Joe McCoy g / Jed Davenport hca / ? Hambone Lewis jug.

Recorded in Chicago on September 9, 1930.

Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra - Victor 25373 (1936)

Fletcher Henderson p, a, dir / Dick Vance, Joe Thomas t / Roy Eldridge t, v / Fernando Arbello tb / Ed Cuffee tb, v / Buster Bailey cl, as / Jerome Pasquall as / Elmer Williams, Chu Berry ts, bar / Horace Henderson p / Bob Lessey g / Israel Crosby sb / Sid Catlett d.

Recorded in Chicago on August 4, 1936.

Wynonie Harris - King 4292 (1948/1949)

Wynonie Harris v / Joe Morris t / Matthew Gee tb / Freddie Douglas, Johnny Griffin ts / William McLemore bar / Elmo Hope p / Gene Ramey sb / Kelly Martin d.

Recorded in Linden, NJ on April 13, 1949.

Wynonie Harris v / William 'Cat' Anderson t / Frank 'Floorshow' Culley as / Hal Singer ts / Elmer Alexander bar / Albert 'Birdie' Wallace p / Jimmy Butts sb / Connie Kay d.

Recorded in Linden, NJ on December 19, 1948.

Helen Humes with Weaver & Beasley - Okeh 8825 (1927)

Here's another by 14 year old Helen Humes.

Okehs 8467 & 8674 can be heard here.

Helen Humes v / Sylvester Weaver, Walter Beasley g.

Recorded in New York on November 26 (Cross-Eyed Blues) and 27, 1927.