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Annisteen Allen
... She sang with Big John Greer, Wynonie Harris, and Lucky Millinder, and in 1951, Federal Records signed her to sing with Millinder's orchestra ... She scored other hits with Millinder such as "I'll Never Be Free", "Let It Roll", "Moanin' the Blues", and "More, More, More" ...
Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Recording Career
... for the first time — four sides with Decca Records backed by "Lucky" Millinder's jazz orchestra ... She had signed a seven year contract with Millinder and was managed by Mo Galye ... suggested that Tharpe had little choice in the material she was contracted to record with Millinder ...
Henry Glover - Songwriting Credits
... lang and countless others "Bongo Boogie" - recorded by Lucky Millinder "Boom Diddy Boom Boom" - recorded by Otis Williams and the Charms "Bradshaw Boogie" - recorded by ...
Paradise In Harlem - Soundtrack
... Lucky Millinder with band chorus - "I Gotta Put You Down" (Written by Lucky Millinder) Mamie Smith - "Lord, I Love that Man" Edna Mae Harris and Lucky Millinder - "Har ...
Wynonie Harris - Biography - With Lucky Millinder
... Harris was spotted by Lucky Millinder who asked him to join his band's tour ... They moved on to New York, where on April 7 Harris took the stage with Millinder's band for his debut at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem ... Preston Love, Harris' childhood friend, joined Millinder's band replacing alto saxophonist Tab Smith ...