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Brown, C. Patra
Brown, Cleo
Brown, Cleo Patra
Brown, Cleopatra
Cleo Brown
Cleo Brown (chanteuse et pianiste de variétés)
Cleo Patra Brown (American singer)
Cleo Patra Brown (Amerikaans pianiste (1909-1995))
Cleo Patra Brown (amerikansk musikar)
Cleo Patra Brown (amerikansk musiker)
Cleo Patra Brown (US-amerikanische Jazzpianistin und Sängerin)
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
Related names: 
EMI music France
Herman, Woody (1913-1987)
Kirk, Andy (1898-1992)
Liberty Records
Mélodie SA
Singleton, Zutty (1898-1975)
Twelve Clouds of Joy (Musical group)
Webb, Chick
Williams, Mary Lou (1910-1981)
Zurke, Bob (1912-1944)
African American National Biography, accessed December 23, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database:
Baby, Let’s Make Some Love
Baby please don't go (2 min 21 s)
Blues Boogie
Boogie woogie music
Boogie Woogie, The
Breakin' in a New Pair of Shoes
Chronological Classics: Cleo Brown 1935-1951, The
Cleo Brown 1931-1951
Cleo's boogie (2 min 40 s)
Coffee Colored Child
Cook That Stuff
Don't Overdo It
Don't you know I want to love you (3 min)
Dope and glory
Drummer boy
Ev'rybody's talkin' 'bout Cleo Brown
Feminine touch piano solos., The
Give a Broken Heart a Break
Hello baby (2 min 45 s)
Here Comes Cookie
Hole in the Wall, The
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
I'll Take the South
If I ever cry you'll never know (2 min 32 s)
Latch On
legendary Cleo Brown [SR] p1996:, The
Living in the afterglow
Lookie, Lookie, Lookie (Here Comes Cookie)
Love in the First Degree
Mama Don't Want No Peas an' Rice an' Coconut Oil
Maybe someday (2 min 54 s)
Me and My Wonderful One
My Gal Mezzanine
never miss the sunshine, I
Never Too Tired for Love
Pelican Stomp
Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
Pinetopʼs Boogie Woogie
Please let me forget (3 min 06 s)
Reefer songs from the 30th & 40th
Roll It Boogie
Rollit Boogie
Slow Poke
Stop jivin around (3 min)
Stuff Is Here and It's Mellow, The
That's a man for you (2 min 37 s)
This joint's too hip for me (2 min 28 s)
Those great blues girls from the 40's
Thrill me (2 min 30 s)
Two Little Twains
When Hollywood Goes Black and Tan
You got to have what it takes (2 min 38 s)
You're a Heavenly Thing
You're My Fever
(You take the East, take the West, take the North) I'll Take the South
Contributed to or performed: 
Axel Zwingenberger Presents: The Best of Boogie Woogie
Best of Boogie Woogie, The
Black Cotton, Volume 1
Blues for Dootsie: The Blue and Dootone Sides
Boogie Woogie
Boogie Woogie Gals
Boogie Woogie Piano (Chicago - New York 1924-1945)
Boogie Woogie Stomp!
Dope & Glory - Reefer Songs of the 30's and 40's
Dope & Glory: Reefer Songs der 30er & 40er Jahre
Great Boogie Woogie, The
History of Jazz: 100 Ragtime, Dixieland & Boogie Woogie Greats, The
Jazz Greats, Volume 46: West Coast Jazz - Early Years
Jazz Greats, Volume 59: Jazz Piano: The Stuff Is Here
Jazz Ladies, The
Jazz Singers - 20 Classic Performances, The
Jump Blue: Rockin’ the Jukes
Kosher Nostra (Jewish Gangsters Greatest Hits)
Kosher Nostra: Jewish Gangsters Greatest Hits
Let’s Boogie
Piano Power 20 Jazz Piano Classics
Picking the Blues - Compiled By John Mayall: Boogie Woogie Pioneers
Reefer Blues: Weed with Roots in Hell, Vol. 2
Rhapsodies in Black: Music and Words From the Harlem Renaissance
Roots of Rock n' Roll, Volume 1: 1927-1938
Sunday Times Music Collection: Jazz Vocalists, The
Viper Mad Blues: 25 Songs of Dope and Depravity
White Mink : Black Cotton (Electro Swing versus Speakeasy Jazz)