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Ethel Waters

Ethel Waters 1929 -1939

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  • Type CD
  • Label Timeless Records
  • UPC 8711458200738
  • Catalog number CBC 1007
  • Release date 17 June 08

About the album

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    1
    Birmingham Bertha
     
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    2
    Am I Blue?
     
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    3
    True Blue Lou
     
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    4
    Do I Know What I'm Doing?
     
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    5
    Shoo Shoo Boogie Boo
     
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    6
    Trav'lin All Alone
     
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    7
    Porgy
     
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    What Did I Do To Be So Black and Blue?
     
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    9
    Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
     
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    10
    You Can't Stop Me From Loving You
     
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    I Can't Give You Anything But Love
     
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    Porgy
     
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    13
    Stormy Weather
     
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    14
    Heat Wave
     
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    15
    I Just Couldn't Take It Baby
     
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    A Hundred Years From Today
     
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    Come Up and See Me Sometime
     
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    I Ain't Gonna Sin No More
     
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    Trade Mark
     
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    Frankie and Johnny
     
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    Georgia on My Mind
     
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    Old Man Harlem
     
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