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Lee Brown was an Arkansas blues piano player who recorded 29 tracks for Decca Records between 1937 and 1940, followed by a single session that yielded two additional sides in 1946. It is believed that he made Chicago his home base, but little exact information is available on Brown. His best known recording is a song called "Little Girl Little Girl," originally cut in 1937 in New York City. Brown returned to the "Little Girl" template several times, essentially recording the same song (with slight variations) under different titles, and at his last known recording date in 1946 he cut yet another version, calling it "My Little Girl Blue." ~ Steve Leggett
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