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Tracklist:01. Chicken Shack Boogie [00:02:33] 02. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer [00:03:16] 03. Rock Rock Rock [00:02:40] 04. Soft Pillow [00:02:20] 05. I’m Gonna Tell My Mama [00:02:52] 06. Roomin’ House Boogie [00:02:47] 07. Bad, Bad Whiskey [00:02:58] 08. Down the Road Apiece [00:03:05] 09. Roll Mr. Jelly [00:02:43] 10. Johnson Rag [00:02:40] 11. Greyhound [00:03:08] 12. Let Me ...

Tracklist 1 You’re Gonna Need My Help I Said     3:06 2 Sad Letter Blues     3:00 3 Early Morning Blues     3:06 4 Appealing Blues     2:46 5 Louisiana Blues     2:53 6 Evans Shuffle     2:11 7 Long Distance Call     2:39 8 Too Young To Know     3:12 9 Honey Bee              3:21 10 Howlin’ Wolf     2:42 ...

Tracklist: A1 Blow Big Jay     A2 Road House Boogie     A3 Willie The Cool Cat     A4 Midnight Dreams     A5 Hoppin’ With Hunter     A6 K & H Boogie     A7 Gingercake     A8 Boogie In Front     B1 Junie Flip     B2 Jaysfrantic     B3 Real Crazy Cool     B4 Tondalayo     B5 Deac’s Blowout     B6 ...

I Am the Blues is the sixth studio Chicago blues album released in 1970 by the well-known bluesman Willie Dixon. It is also the title of Dixon’s autobiography, edited by Don Snowden. The album features songs written by Dixon and originally performed by other artists for Chess Records. 1. Back Door Man 2. I Can’t Quit You Baby 3. The ...

With his take-no-prisoners slide guitar style derived from Elmore James and a primal, driving approach to the blues, J.B. Hutto was a fixture in the Chicago clubs in the 1950s and 1960s, where he was often paired with the similar-sounding Hound Dog Taylor. This set, which was recorded at Mother Blues on Wells Street in Chicago’s Old Town section on ...

This 26-track single-disc retrospective may not have every last alternate take extant on it, but you’ll never need a better compilation mirroring Hogan’s stay at the label. “Trouble At Home Blues,” “I’m Gonna Quit You Pretty Baby” and “Here They Are Again” are just about as low down as Louisiana swamp blues gets and Jay Miller’s studio sorcery is clearly ...

Biography Zwingenberger was born in Hamburg, Germany, and enjoyed eleven years of conventional piano training. In 1973 he listened to recordings of boogie-woogie pianists Albert Ammons, Meade “Lux” Lewis, and Pete Johnson. He soon joined piano playing partners Hans-Georg Moeller, Vince Weber and Martin Pyrker, and word about the four friends began to spread. In 1974, he played at the ...

Charles Williams Higgins (April 17, 1924 – September 14, 1999) was an American saxophonist. Higgins, who was noted for mixing elements of Latin Jazz with Blues, recorded in Los Angeles during the mid-fifties, notably for the Specialty, Combo and Doo-Tone labels, and is best remembered for the song “Pachuko Hop”. Higgins relocated from his birthplace of Gary, Indiana to Los ...

Review by Stephen Cook Tenor saxophonist Big Jay McNeely swings and honks his way through 12 classic Federal sides from 1952-1954. Joined by brother Robert on baritone, McNeely and his combo work a well-worn jump blues groove on gospel-imbued scorchers like “Hot Cinders” and “The Goof.” Equally adept at torrid and moderate tempos, McNeely also shows off his Illinois Jacquet-inspired ...

My Kind of Blues is the sixth studio album released by B. B. King in 1961. It apparently emanates from a single recording session from about March 3, 1960. Tracklist: A1 You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now A2 Mr. Pawn Broker A3 Understand A4 Someday Baby A5 Driving Wheel B1 Walking Dr. Bill B2 My Own Fault, Baby B3 ...

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