Max "Blues" Bailey Delinquency Blues (1949)





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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

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Max Bailey was a native of Huntington, WV. He became the lead singer for Buddy Tate's Orchestra in 1949 and it's not known if it's Tate's group backing him up on his first sides for Bullet. Bailey recorded in late 1949 and 1950 for Domino in New York City and also recorded for Federal & Coral in 1950 and '51. Bailey returned to Nashville and made his last four sides in 1953 for Excello as Little Maxie Bailey.

Composed by Max Bailey

Max "Blues" Bailey:Vocals

Other musicians unknown

Recorded in Nashville, TN. June, 1949

Originally issued on the 1949 single (Bullet 306) (78 RPM)

This recording taken from the 2000 8CD Box Set "A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps 1945-1955"


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