Listed by Artist, unless unknown

Basin Street Blues Louis Armstrong 1928 Hello Dolly Louis Armstrong Jazz Lips Louis & Lil Armstrong 1926
La Vie en Rose Louis Armstrong Storyville Blues Louis Armstrong Mississippi Valley Blues Gene Autry-Jimmy Long 1930s
J Ai Deux Amours Josephine Baker 1931 Marie Laveau Bobby Bare 1974 Basin Street Blues Sidney Bechet
Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Summertime Sidney Bechet Way Down Yonder in New Orlean Sidney Bechet
A Good Man Is Hard To Find Bix Beiderbecke At The Jazz Band Ball Bix Beiderbecke 1927 Basin Street Blues Bix Beiderbecke 1928
Black Bottom Stomp Bix Beiderbecke Davenport Blues Bix Beiderbecke 1925 Toddlin' Blues Bix Beiderbecke 1925
New Orleans Gary "U.S." Bonds 1960 Allons A'Boucherie Buckwheat Zydeco Vo-Do-Do-De-O Blues California Ramblers, (The Goofus Five)1927
Slow Driving Mutt Carey 1947 Bon Ton Roulet Clifton Chenier Planet of New Orleans Dire Straits 1991
Honky Tonk Bill Doggett When The Saints Go Marching In Fats Domino Walking To New Orleans Fats Domino
Dixie Bob Dylan Dylan Recorded Dixie in 1967 with The Band, Released 1975, The Basement Tapes Bob Dylan Name
Faisdodo (.mid) Storyville Blues Firehouse Five Plus2 A Tisket A Tasket Ella Fitzgerald
Cry Me A River Ella Fitzgerald Summertime Fitzgerald & Armstrong L'il Liza Jane Earl Fuller Famous Jazz Band
City of New Orleans Arlo Guthrie Talking Dust Bowl Blues Woody Guthrie Walk On By Issac Hayes
Everybodys Blues Lucille Hegamin 1920 Billie Holiday Always Farewell To Storyville Billie Holiday
God Bless The Child Billie Holiday It's A Sin To Tell A Lie Billie Holiday Lady Sings The Blues Billie Holiday
September Song Billie Holiday Solitude Billie Holiday The Man I Love Billie Holiday
Mississippi Country Farm Blues  "Son" House Easy Rider Blues Blind Lemon Jefferson Franklin Street Blues "Bunk" Johnson
Lonesome Road "Bunk" Johnson Maryland My Maryland "Bunk" Johnson Sister Kate "Bunk" Johnson
Canned Heat Blues Tommy Johnson 1928 The Entertainer Scott Joplin 1902 Maple Leaf Rag Scott Joplin 1899
I Wanna Be Loved by You Helen Kane 09-20-1928 Born Under A Bad Sign Albert King-John Lee Hooker Call It Stormy Monday Albert King-Stevie Ray Vaughan 1983
Lucille B. B. King The Thrill Is Gone B. B. King Why I Sing The Blues B. B. King
"C'est si bon" Eartha Kitt opens new window My Heart Belongs To Daddy Eartha Kitt
Smoke Gets In You Eyes Eartha Kitt Black Betty Lead Belly Where Did You Sleep Last Night? Lead Belly 1944
Led Out Of Bondage Trumpet Blues Donald Lindley 1925 Grits Ain't Groceries Little Milton
New Orleans Ladies Louisiana's LeRoux Take A Ride On A Riverboat Louisiana's LeRoux Louisiana Saturday Night (.mid)
Slave To The Blues Ma Rainey Stack O'Lee Blues Ma Rainey Evil Devil Woman Blues Joe McCoy
Hot Barbecue Brother Jack McDuff Statesboro Blues Blind Willie McTell Bumble Bee Blues Memphis Minnie 1929
Black Bottom Stomp Jelly Roll Morton Buddy Bolden's Blues Jelly Roll Morton Fat Meat And Greens Jelly Roll Morton 1926
Honky Tonk Blues Jelly Roll Morton South Bennie Moten 1928 New Orleans Stomp Joe "King" Oliver
St.Louis Blues Original Dixieland Jazz Band Livery Stable Blues Original Dixieland Jazz Band 1917 Bluin' The Blues Original Dixieland Jazz Band 1936
Jazz Me Blues Original Dixieland Jazz Band Four O'Clock Blues Original Memphis Five 1923 Birth Of The Blues Kid Ory
Farewell to Storyville Kid Ory Mahogany Hall Stomp Kid Ory La Vie en Rose Edith Piaf 1945
Blue Skies Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Pete Seeger, Tao Rodriguez-Seeger, Seeger's Grandson Roll On Mississippi Charlie Pride Delta Blues Leon Redbone
The Witch Queen of New Orleans Leon Redbone Ol' Man River Paul Robeson Mississippi Moon Jimmie Rodgers
Mississippi River Blues Jimmie Rodgers Hobo Bill's Last Ride Jimmie Rodgers 1930 Mississippi Delta Blues Jimmie Rodgers 1933
Miss The Mississippi And You Jimmie Rodgers My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans Jimmie Rodgers 1928 In The Hills Of Tennessee Jimmie Rodgers
In The Jailhouse Now Jimmie Rodgers 1928 Saint James Hospital Pete Seeger Waist Deep in the Big Muddy Pete Seeger
Sobbin' Hearted Blues Bessie Smith-Louis Armstrong There'll Be A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight Bessie Smith Washer Woman Blues Bessie Smith-Louis Armstrong 1928
Muddy Water (Mississippi Moan) Bessie Smith Someone To Watch Over Me Keely Smith Crazy Blues Mamie Smith 1920
Back To The Woods Blues Charlie Spand Swamp Witch Jim Stafford Beale Street Blues Jack Teagarden
Dixieland One Step Jack Teagarden Away Down South In Heaven Sophie Tucker 1928 I'm The Last Of The Red Hot Mammas Sophie Tucker 1929
Sophisticated Lady Sophie Tucker 1934 Stay Out Of The South Sophie Tucker 1928 That's Where The South Begins Sophie Tucker 1930
Blame It On The Blues Victor Military Band 1915 The Memphis Blues Victor Military Band 1914 Choo Choo Blues Virginians 1922
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans Tuts Washington Tishomingo Blues Washingtonians I've Got My Mojo Working Muddy Waters
My Home Is In The Delta Muddy Waters Am I Blue Ethel Waters Love In The Hot Afternoon Gene Watson
Struttin Blues Leona Williams 1922 St. James Infirmary Josh White Texas Moaner Clarence Williams 1924
Christmas Morning Blues Sonny Boy Williamson Good For Nothing Blues Sonny Boy Williamson House of the Rising Sun

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