A tribute to the Louisiana Creole people ~ those who descended from the French and Spanish colonial settlers in old Louisiana. The more modern definition now means individuals of mixed race heritage, most usually French and Native American or African.
Creole Love call was recorded October 26, 1927 in Camden New Jersey and was released on the Victor Talking Machine Co label V24861. Adelaide Hall is accompanied by Duke Ellington's Orchestra as she sings her unusual rhythm with no words, a style later known as scat and further popularized by Louis Armstrong. Addie was born in Brooklyn in 1901 and died in London in 1993 where she had lived since 1938, being as popular in London as Josephine Baker had been in Paris.
The pictures at 2:30 are Condi, Nicole, Beyonce and Sabrina.