Double Crossing Blues
"Double Crossing Blues' is a 1950 collaborative song by the Johnny Otis Quintette, The Robins, and Little Esther. The song was written by Johnny Otis. It was released as a 78 single on Savoy Records, 731-A, in 1950. The single went to number one on the R&B chart. The single was the debut single for Esther Phillips, who at the time of "Double Crossing Blues" release was fourteen years old, becoming the youngest female singer to have a number-one single on the R&B chart.
"I Almost Lost My Mind" by Ivory Joe Hunter
|Billboard Best Selling Retail Rhythm & Blues Records number-one single
March 4, 1950
"Mistrusting Blues" by Little Esther with Mel Walker and the Johnny Otis Orchestra