|B||When Day Is Done|
|3057||Mildred Bailey And Her Swing Band||Someday Sweetheart / When Day Is Done (Shellac, 10")||Vocalion||3057||US||1935|
|A 9913||Mildred Bailey And Her Swing Band||Someday Sweetheart / When Day Is Done (Shellac, 10")||Brunswick||A 9913||Unknown|
Mildred Bailey & Her Swing Band – When Day Is Done. Mildred Bailey & Her Swing Band – There'll Be Some Changes Made. Mildred Bailey & Her Swing Band – When Day Is Done. Mildred Bailey & Her Orchestra – Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.
Mildred Bailey (born Mildred Rinker; February 27, 1903 – December 12, 1951) was a Native American jazz singer during the 1930s, known as "The Queen of Swing", "The Rockin' Chair Lady" and "Mrs. Some of her best-known hits are "It's So Peaceful in the Country", "Trust in Me", "Where Are You?", "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart", "Small Fry", "Please Be Kind", "Darn That Dream", "Rockin' Chair", "Blame It on My Last Affair", and "Says My Heart". Bailey and her siblings grew up near De Smet, Idaho, on the Coeur d'Alene Reservation. Her father played fiddle and called square dances. Her mother played piano every evening and taught her to play and sing. Someday, Sweetheart" (1935). When Day Is Done" (1935). Honeysuckle Rose" (1935).
Someday Sweetheart by Mildred Bailey and Her Swing Band. Mildred Bailey and Her Swing Band.
Mildred Bailey And Her Swing Band - Someday Sweetheart. Someday, Sweetheart (Remastered). Gulf Coast Blues (Take 2). Victrola 1-80.
Mildred Bailey and Her Swing Band. For Sentimental Reasons. Gulf Coast Blues - Take 1. Gulf Coast Blues - Take 2.
Her mother played piano every evening after supper and taught Mildred to play and sing. Her brothers were the vocalist and composer Al Rinker, and the lyricist Charles Rinker. At the age of seventeen, Bailey moved to Seattle and worked as a sheet music demonstrator at Woolworth's. She married and divorced Ted Bailey, keeping his last name because she thought it sounded more American than Rinker. With the help of her second husband, Benny Stafford, she became an established blues and jazz singer on the West Coast.