Aida Overton Walker slide show, gallery, and links » Oh! You Devil (Ford T. Dabney),1909 — introduced by Aida Overton Walker, who is pictured on the cover holding a trident, casting a red shadow of the devil

I’ll Keep a Warm Spot in My Heart for You (m. J. Rosamond Johnson, w. Robert Cole) credited to “Cole & Johnson Bros.” – as sung by Aida Overton Walker in Abyssinia, 1906 That’s Why They Call Me Shine (m. Ford Dabney, w. Cecil Mack) — Sung by Aida Overton Walker, dressed in male attire, in His Honor the Barber, 1910-11

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