Tracks: - 01. Down Home Syncopated Blues 02. Meritt Stomp, The 03. If I Could Be with You One Hour Tonight 04. Paseo Street 05.
Julia Lee – The Chronological Julia Lee (1927-1946) (2005).
Julia Lee. 1927-1946. Although this first volume in the Classics Julia Lee chronology is ostensibly part of the label's Blues & Rhythm vintage R&B series, it begins with eight valuable early jazz recordings made in the notoriously wide-open nonstop party town of Kansas City during the years 1927 and 1928. On the opening track, lifted up off of a dusty old platter that bore the obscure Meritt record label, 25-year-old Julia Lee is heard singing "Down Home Syncopated Blues" with her big brother George E. Lee & His Novelty Singing Orchestra. For the flip side, a stomp named after the record.
The Chronological Julia Lee 1927-1946. FR. Classics Records (compilations of the Chronological Series). Release group information. Artist: Julia Lee. Type: Album + Compilation.
A Proper Introduction to Julia Lee: That's What I Like. Vintage Vocal Jazz, Swing Nº 51 - EPs Collectors, "Tell Me, Daddy". St. James Infirmary (Original Recordings Kansas City 1927 - 1929). The Chronological Julia lee 1927-1946. Julia Lee: The Greatest Hits Collection.
|1||Down Home Syncopated Blues|
|2||The Merritt Stomp|
|3||If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight|
|6||St. James Infirmary|
|7||He's Tall, Dark And Handsome|
|8||Won't You Come Over To My House?|
|9||Come On Over To My House|
|10||Trouble In Mind|
|11||If It's Good|
|12||Show Me Missouri Blues|
|14||Dream Lucky Blues|
|15||Julia's Lucky Blues|
|17||Gotta Gimme Whatcha' Got|
|18||When A Woman Loves A Man|
|20||I'll Get Along Somehow|
|21||A Porter's Love Song To A Chambermaid|
|22||Have You Ever Been Lonely?|
|23||Since I've Been With You|
|24||Out In The Cold Again|
|25||Young Girl's Blues|
|26||On My Way Out|