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Pearl Dickson

Active 1920s, also known as Pearl Dixon.
Styles: acoustic blues, acoustic memphis blues, regional blues.

All that is definitively known about Pearl Dickson is that she recorded four songs ("High Yellow Blues," "Twelve Pound Daddy," "Little Rock Blues," "Guitar Rag") in Memphis, TN, on December 12, 1927, for Columbia Records. Of these, only "Twelve Pound Daddy" and "Little Rock Blues" were issued.
by Steve Leggett