Audio Recording Whistling Blues
About this Item
- Whistling Blues
- Contributor Names
- Lewis, Meade -- 1905-1964 (performer)
- Lomax, Alan -- 1915-2002 (recordist)
- Subject Headings
- - Blues (Music)
- - African Americans
- - Illinois
- - Pianists
- - Whistling
- - John Hammond and Alan Lomax Recordings of Blues and Jazz Musicians. (source)
- - 1938. (date)
- - Recorded in New York by Alan Lomax. (venue)
- sound recording
- 1 disc.
- American Folklife Center
- LC Classification
- AFC 1939/008: AFS 02490-02500
- Online Format
- Performed by Meade Lux Louis. Recorded by Alan Lomax, 1938. sound recording | 1 disc. | John Hammond and Alan Lomax Recordings of Blues and Jazz Musicians. (Source). 1938. (Date). Recorded in New York by Alan Lomax. (Venue). Sound Recording (Form).
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- METSXML Record
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Lewis, Meade, and Alan Lomax. Whistling Blues. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200196396/.
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