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  1. Dosar
    Big Maybelle was a singer who should be far better known than she is today. I came across her name a few months ago, looked her up on Amazon, listened to some of the mp3 excerpts from her albums on Amazon and took a chance on her music by buying the Okeh Sessions CD.5/5(9).
  2. Zolozshura
    Childhood and musical background. Born in Jackson, Tennessee, on May 1, , Big Maybelle sang gospel as a child; by her teens, she had switched to rhythm and bayhatexpxychworkjusriedaimextingveccomp.co began her professional career with Dave Clark's Memphis Band in , and also toured with the all-female International Sweethearts of Rhythm. She then joined Christine Chatman's Orchestra, and made her first recordings with.
  3. Nikolabar
    The Gospel Soul Of Big Maybelle (Brunswick Records ) The Soul Of Big Maybelle (Scepter Records ) Gabbin' Blues (Scepter Records ) Saga Of The Good Life and Hard Times (Rojac Records ) Got A Brand New Bag (Rojac Records ) The Gospel Soul Of Big Maybelle (Brunswick Records ) The Last Of Big Maybelle (Paramount Records ).
  4. Kazisho
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  6. Mezitaur
    Jul 03,  · Listen to your favorite songs from The Soul Of Big Maybelle by Big Maybelle Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  7. Doulabar
    Her mountainous stature matching the sheer soulful power of her massive vocal talent, Big Maybelle was one of the premier R&B chanteuses of the s. Her deep, gravelly voice was as singular as her recorded output for Okeh and Savoy, which ranged from down-in-the-alley blues to pop-slanted ballads. In , she even covered? & the Mysterians' "96 Tears" (it was her final chart appearance).
  8. Meztilrajas
    Big Maybelle was also a star attraction on the chitlin’ circuit of black clubs, with an act that included risqué comedy as well as emotive ballads and brisk boogies. Leaving OKeh for Savoy, her ‘Candy’ () brought more success and in , she appeared in Jazz .