Also performs as: Bessie Jackson

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Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897 – August 10, 1948) was an American singer-songwriter, among the first to be recorded. She also recorded under the pseudonym Bessie Jackson. The music critic Ernest Borneman stated that Bogan was one of "the big three of the blues", along with Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith. Many of Bogan's songs have been covered by later blues and jazz musicians, including Buddy Guy, B. B. King, and Sonny Boy Williamson.

Many of her songs were sexually explicit, and she was generally considered to have been a dirty blues musician.

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Discography

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 Lucille Bogan & Walter Roland, 1927-1935 Lucille Bogan & Walter Roland 1
1994 Complete Recorded Works, Volume 1: June 1923 to March 1930 Lucille Bogan 1
1994 Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2: March 1930 to 20 July 1933 Lucille Bogan 1
1994 Complete Recorded Works, Volume 3: 1934-1935 Lucille Bogan 1
2000 Reckless Woman: 1927-1935 Lucille Bogan 1
2004 Shave 'Em Dry: The Best of Lucille Bogan Lucille Bogan 1
Lucille Bogan (1923-1935) Lucille Bogan 1
Lucille Bogan (Bessie Jackson) - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order - Volume 3 (30 July 1934 to 8 March 1935) Lucille Bogan 1

Single

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1927 Coffee Grindin' Blues / Pot Hound Blues Lucille Bogan 1

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