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Review by Myles Boisen Here’s another must for sax instrumental buffs, with rare wax by Texas tenor Clifford Scott and balladeer Lynn Hope. You and a few million others heard Scott on Bill Doggett’s classic “Honky Tonk”; here he is joined by organist Hank Marr, Charles Brown on piano, and other session cookers for five solid shufflin’ sides. Lynn Hope ...

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 ...

Blue & lonesome es un disco de versiones de esos blues que el grupo ha depurado con maestría a lo largo de más medio siglo. Composiciones grabadas originalmente, en buena medida a mediados de los años cincuenta, por maestros de la talla de Howlin’ Wolf, Jimmy Red o Little Walter. Una recuperación actual de aquel poderoso blues eléctrico de Chicago, ...

  David Ellington  Marbles From A Drawer   01. Goin’ To Church 04:25 02. Bridgetown 03:19 03. Annie 04:36 04. 98 Bottles 04:15 05. Lineup Willie 04:42 06. Fool 02:48 07. Soul Survivors 05:48 08. Bridgetown (Instrumental Version) 03:18

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Jazz ta pronto  Lunes 14 de noviembre El programa se emite en vivo los días lunes de 22:00 a 23:00 horas por http://mixlr.com/jazztapronto/ (hora de Montevideo, Uruguay) o se puede escuchar grabado en el link de abajo. Todo el material emitido esta disponible para la Gypsyjazzandswing. The program is broadcast live on Mondays from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm by ...

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 ...

01 – Flamingo 02 – Deep Purple 03 – Always 04 – Moonglow / Cherokee 05 – Liebestraum 06 – When Your Lover Has Gone 07 – East Of The Sun 08 – Beyond The Blue Horizon 09 – Harlem Nocturne Album from 1971 on Contour records. Cat No: 2870 115

Track Listing: 1 – You Got Me Running 2 – Please Send Me Someone to Love 3 – Bacon But Fat 4 – Country Mile 5 – Catfish Sammich 6 – There Is No Greater Love Credits: Alto Saxophone – Charles I. Williams Bass – Gordon Edwards Drums – Bill Curtis Guitar – Earl Dunbar, Jr. Organ – Don Pullen ...

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 ...

Edwin Leon Chamblee (24 February 1920 – 1 May 1999), known as Eddie “Long Gone” Chamblee, was an American tenor and alto saxophonist, and occasional vocalist, who played jazz and R&B. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and grew up in Chicago where he began learning the saxophone at the age of 12. After leaving Wendell Phillips High School, he ...

(Guitar Educational). If you’re a blues guitarist who wants to know how the legends build their solos, then this book is for you! Rockin’ Blues Licks gives you more than 50 cool licks that sound great over each portion of the blues progression. They are presented in two-measure chunks organized by where they fall in a standard 12-bar blues progression ...

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On September 29, 1982 blues singer Tail Dragger recorded nine songs with Johnny B. Moore and Jesse Lee Williams, guitars; Eddie ‘Jewtown’ Burks, harmonica; Willie Kent, bass; Larry Taylor, drums. Unfortunately producer Iron Jaw Harris didn’t live long enough to see the album issued. Jimmy Dawkins, operating his Leric label, made an arrangement with Tail Dragger to release the 45 ...

Editorial Reviews The most detailed CD exploration yet into the early 1960s rise of Jazz organists featuring the greatest exponents of the genre: Jimmy Smith, Jimmy McGriff, Brother Jack McDuff, Booker T and many others. Includes the defining hits like “Walk On The Wild Side”, “I Got A Woman” and of course “Green Onion”. One of the greatest things about ...

Leslie Jonhson, conocido como Lazy Lester (Torras, Luisiana, 20 de junio de 1933)2 es un cantante y armonicista de swamp blues, con una trayectoria de más de medio siglo. En sus comienzos colaboró como músico de sesión en algunos trabajos de Slim Harpo, Lightnin’ Slim y Katie Webster. Más allá de su capacidad vocal, Lester probablemente sea recordado como autor ...

The Champ is a song by The Mohawks, a group of session musicians assembled by Alan Hawkshaw. It made #58 on the UK Singles Chart. Tracklist 1 – The Champ 2 – Hip Jigger 3 – Sweet Soul Music 4 – Dr Jekyll & Hyde Park 5 – Senior Thump 6 – Landscape 7 – Baby Hold On 8 – ...

1.Guess Who 2.Anahuac Breakdown 3.Time On My Hands 4.Am I Blue 5.Please Send Me Someone to Love 6.Grease Bowl 7.When Your Lover Has Gone 8.This Bitter Earth 9.Night Train 10.Where Are You 11.It Could Happen to You Recorded July 22 & 23, 1978 in Paris, France Release Date: June 16, 2008 Label: Disques Black & Blue Total Length: 1:08:10

Charlie Musselwhite says “Harpdog Brown is all blues man!” My good friend Harpdog Brown has a new CD out. He’s got a smokin’ band playing and he’s singing the real deal, old school blues just like you want to hear it. It’s easy to tell from listening that Harpdog knows what he’s doing and loves what he’s doing. I’m not ...

Review by Niles J. Frantz Easy-grooving blues and boogie is backed by the competent New York City-based blues band Little Mike and the Tornadoes. Though Perkins followed Otis Spann as the piano player in the Muddy Waters band, these are the first domestically available recordings under his own name.

Review by Sean Westergaard Although Johnny “Guitar” Watson had already recorded some sides for Federal (including the astonishing instrumental “Space Guitar”), the majority of those tunes featured the piano-playing Young John Watson. It was when he began recording for the Bihari Brothers’ RPM subsidiary of Modern Records that he “became” Johnny “Guitar” Watson and his amazing legacy really began. The ...

The single disc, 25-track Proper Introduction to Howlin’ Wolf anthology traces, in condensed form, Howlin’ Wolf’s seminal recordings at Sun Studios in Memphis. While other compilations have focused on exhaustively presenting all of the recordings Wolf did for Sun and Chess, and other single discs have picked one label or the other, Proper has decided to combine them in an ...

Pete Johnson (March 25, 1904 – March 23, 1967) was an American boogie-woogie and jazz pianist. Journalist Tony Russell stated in his book The Blues – From Robert Johnson to Robert Cray that “Johnson shared with the other members of the ‘Boogie Woogie Trio’ the technical virtuosity and melodic fertility that can make this the most exciting of all piano ...

This album marks what could probably be considered the nadir of Muddy Waters’ career, although at the time it did sell somewhere between 200,000 and 250,000 copies, a lot for Waters in those days. By 1968, Waters was no longer reaching black audiences, who were mostly listening to soul music by that time, and he also wasn’t selling records to ...

Review by Thom Jurek Phil Upchurch was a celebrated, in-demand sideman in R&B, blues, and jazz before he recorded Feeling Blue, his 1967 Milestone debut as a leader. He’d already worked with everyone from Jimmy Reed and Curtis Mayfield to John Lee Hooker and B.B. King, and would go on to accompany many more and release a string of killer ...

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