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Miller, Emmett, 1900-1962. National Library of Catalonia German National Library Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

Miller, Emmett 1903-19.. National Library of France

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VIAF ID: 206007 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/206007

ISNI-test: 0000  0000  5515  2686 

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I ain't got nobody (3 min 05 s) National Library of France
Anytime (3 min 20 s) National Library of France
Big Bad Bill is Sweet William now (3 min 11 s) National Library of France
˜The œBlues singer National Library of France
Dusky Stevedore (2 min 50 s) National Library of France
Emmet Miller acc. by his Georgia Crackers [SR] 197-: Library of Congress/NACO
˜The œghost of the St. Louis Blues (2 min 56 s) National Library of France
God's river (3 min 19 s) National Library of France
I got a woman crazy for me National Library of France
˜The œlion tamers (3 min 10 s) National Library of France
Lovesick Blues (2 min 48 s) National Library of France
Lovin' Sam National Library of France
˜The œminstrel man from Georgia National Library of France German National Library
˜The œPickaninnies' Paradise (3 min 07 s) National Library of France
Right or wrong (3 min 08 s) National Library of France
She's funny that way (3 min 06 s) National Library of France
Sweet Mama National Library of France
Take your tomorrow (3 min) National Library of France
That's the good old sunny South (2 min 49 s) National Library of France
To to blues National Library of Catalonia
You lose (2 min 58 s) National Library of France
You're the cream in my coffee (3 min 01 s) National Library of France

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