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Lucille Hegamin And Her Blue Flame Syncopators - He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes) / I've Got The Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues) album


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Listen: Lucille Hegamin and her Blue Flame Syncopators - He May Be Your Man But He Comes To See Me Sometime (1925). Prev Page 17 of 25 Next. Eva recorded her first blues record for the black owned Black Swan Records in 1922. Fellow blues artists Alberta Hunter, Lucille Hegamin and Ethel Waters would also record for the label. Eva knocked music on the head in the 40s but began touring again in the 60s and 70s following her husband’s death.

Went up to see the doctor She’s very low, he said Went back to see my baby Good God! She’s lying there dead. I went down to old Joe’s barroom On the corner by the square They were serving the drinks as usual And the usual crowd was there. On my left stood old Joe McKennedy And his eyes were bloodshot red He turned to the crowd around him These are the words he said  . St. James Infirmary Blues" Track Info. Written By Louis Armstrong.

Lucille Nelson Hegamin (November 29, 1894 – March 1, 1970) was an American singer and entertainer and an early African-American blues recording artist. Lucille Nelson was born in Macon, Georgia, the daughter of John and Minnie Nelson. From an early age she sang in local church choirs and theatre programs. By the age of 15 she was touring the US South with the Leonard Harper Minstrel Stock Company.

A classic blues singer from the 1920's, Lucille Hegamin survived long enough to be recorded again in the 1960's. She sang in a church choir and locally before touring at age 15 with the Leonard Harper Revue. She was married to pianist Bill Hegamin from 1914-23. After performing in Seattle for a long period, Hegamin became one of the first blues singers to record, cutting "Jazz Me Blues" and "Everybody's Blues" in Nov. 1920, shortly after moving to New York. She toured with her Blue Flame Syncopators and later on led the Dixie Daisies.

When jealous, he said: Compared to me, this man had stupid written all over him. The only good point he has is that he knows you are a good woman too. When making love, he said: Although I have no experience, my intelligence and ability to learn far surpass normal people. Just to add, I am very observant as well. When proposing, he said: I have no words to express myself. But if I have to sum everything up – I love you with all of my wisdom and life . but you’d better be warned.

He’s a bootlegger, said the young ladies, moving somewhere between his cocktails and his flowers. One time he killed a man who had found out that he was nephew to Von Hindenburg and second cousin to the devil. Reach me a rose, honey, and pour me a last drop into that there crystal glass. Once I wrote down on the empty spaces of a time-table the names of those who came to Gatsby’s house that summer.

He Asks You Personal Questions: If he asks you about past relationships or other personal questions of a similar nature, he is trying to figure out whether or not you are single and compatible with him. This is particularly true if you just met and you do not know each other very well. He Tries to Impress You: If he remembers specific details and pays attention to you, that means he is trying to impress you and show you that he cares about your well being. He may try other types of things to impress you, such as talking about his job, his car, his house, and his lifestyle

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A He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes)
Written-By – Fowler*
B I've Got The Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues)
Written-By – Little*, Lyman*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Pace Phonograph Corp.

Notes

Side A = Mx. 997-1, -2 or -4
Side B = Mx. 996-1, -2 or -3

Recorded on February 26, 1922 in New York, NY by The New York Recording Laboratories.

Also released on Paramount 20108, Banner 1048, Famous 3102, Puritan 11108, Claxtonola 40108, Broadway 11108, Triangle 11108 and Regal 9315/9318.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2049 Lucille Hegamin And Her Blue Flame Syncopators He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes) / I've Got The Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues) ‎(Shellac, 10") Black Swan Records 2049 US 1922

Lucille Hegamin And Her Blue Flame Syncopators - He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes) / I've Got The Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues) album
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Performer: Lucille Hegamin And Her Blue Flame Syncopators
Title: He May Be Your Man (But He Comes To See Me Sometimes) / I've Got The Wonder Where He Went (And When He's Coming Back Blues)
Category: Blues
Country: US
Released: 1922
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 101
Other Formats: APE AA AU AC3 TTA MP1 AIFF