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Jazz, Blues & Boogie
4.5 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
This latest recording from pianist Mike Strickland is fun, fresh, and thoroughly entertaining as he glides through these familiar tunes. Originally from Jackson, Mississippi, Mike has drawn from his roots of jazz and blues, and on this solo recording, he includes a couple of classic piano boogie songs. This recording could be described as very cool and bluesy, yet elegant and classy - very accessible for all ages. If you are looking for something with a little more pizazz, that's easy on the
Kansas City Calling [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]
4.1 out of 5 stars with 198 reviews
In many ways Julia was a pioneer of Rhythm & Blues, she had her own unique vocal style that embodied what was then a certain Kansas City sound. Her piano playing also contained different traits, this combination of talents made her extremely popular during the forties and fifties. The CD would be an excellent introduction for anyone wishing an overview of her career and is a welcome addition to the Jasmine catalogue. Includes ''King Size Papa'', ''My Man Stands Out'' and ''Snatch And Grab It''.
Illinois Jacquet [Vinyl]
mpn: BA 17033, ean: 0601704170312,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 185 reviews
This self-titled album from 1962 continues our reissue series from the Epic Jazz Stereorama catalog. Transferred from the 3-track masters, it finds Jacquet's tenor fronting an all-star band featuring Roy Eldridge, Leo Parker, Kenny Burrell, Cecil Payne & Jo Jones.
3. Stella By Starlight
4. Satin Doll
5. Banned in Boston
6. Indiana (Back Home Again In Indiana)
9. How Now?
11. Pucker Up.
A B C & D of Boogie Woogie - Live in Paris
By A B C & D Of Boogie Woogie
mpn: CD20470, ean: 0826992027029,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 242 reviews
The A, B, C & D Of Boogie Woogie take their name from the initials of the four members: Axel Zwingenberger, Ben Waters, Charlie Watts & Dave Green. Formed in 2009 they have quickly established a reputation for themselves at the forefront of boogie woogie music. Live In Paris is their first album and was recorded over several nights in September 2010 at the Duc Des Lombards jazz club in Paris. The setlist is their regular mix of originals, improvisations and blues and boogie woogie standards all
Honky Tonk: The Very Best of Bill Doggett
mpn: CDCOL2876, ean: 0090431287620,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 118 reviews
Bill Doggett will forever by remembered for what is perhaps the instrumental hit of the 1950s, ''Honky Tonk.'' Doggett probably did more to popularize the organ as an instrument in rock and pop than any other artist. Before striking out on his own in 1951, Doggett worked with the likes of Jimmy Mundy, Lucky Millinder, the Ink Spots, Lionel Hampton and Louis Jordan (he replaced Wild Bill Davis in Tympani Five). The tracks in this collection are the best of the recordings that he made for the
Blues Masters, Vol. 13: New York City Blues
mpn: 081227113124, ean: 0081227113124,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 277 reviews
The blues & jazz both draw from a wellspring of similar roots in African-American popular music & culture. The paths of each genre have diverged widely since the early 1900s, but before 1950, the styles were deeply intertwined with each other. It's a marriage that will endure to some degree as long as blues and jazz are around. The most active period of cross-fertilization between blues and jazz may have been the 1930s and 1940s, when swing and big band styles were at their peak, and when the
4.8 out of 5 stars with 282 reviews
Hot Little Mama
mpn: 710021, ean: 0011671002125,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 254 reviews
NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE.
Let The Good Times Roll
4.8 out of 5 stars with 263 reviews
Louis Jordan has enjoyed a significant resurgence of interest in recent times through his music appearing in show like ''''Five Guys Named Moe'''' and ''''The Blues Brothers, and this collection takes a further look at his significance in the development of R&B and the roots of rock 'n' roll. Compiled by the eminent broadcaster and writer Michael Pointon, this CD traces his career from his earliest appearances on record, and includes many of his classic hits. It features him with a variety of
mpn: MFR078635663327#VG, ean: 0078635663327,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 223 reviews
Buster Poindexter ~ Buster Poindexter.
I Done Got Over
mpn: CDRBD205, ean: 5013727020508,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 161 reviews
gospel-influenced bluesman with The Roosters in Sweden and Norway 1983.
Live in 1960
By Southland (Select-O-Hits)
4.6 out of 5 stars with 273 reviews
Rosetta made her comeback in 1960, enough time having passed for her gospel fans to forgive her blues excursions. This unissued European concert finds her thrilling the crowd with a powerful voice-and-guitar solo performance: Precious Lord; Didn't It Rain; Gospel Train; Down by the Riverside; Can't Sit Down , and more!Shrink-wrapped.
Juke Joint Blues 1950's - 1960's
4.8 out of 5 stars with 144 reviews
Juke Joint Blues is another fine reclamation project from Japan's busy P-Vine Records, collecting singles and rarities from the Modern, RPM, Kent, and Meteor labels, many of them previously unreleased. Why some of these sides weren't issued back in the day is a mystery, since everything here is solid early R&B, done with fervor and a loose, ragged elegance. Almost half the disc is given over to ten tracks from Long Gone Miles, with the great George Smith on harmonica, including a wonderful and
Cherokeely Swings [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]
mpn: CDJAS323, ean: 5013727032327,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 84 reviews
CheroKeely Swings has got to be one of her best works, originally recorded for the DOT label. This album features HOT swinging charts by Billy May, and some of Keely's most thrilling moments captured behind a microphone. ''My Heart Cries For You'' which turned into a staple for her must surely make Guy Mitchell cry after he hears how Keely does it, ''That Lucky Old Sun'', ''Stranger In Paradise'', every track is a gem. Billy May and Keely Smith - How could you go wrong?.
mpn: 015707960724, ean: 0001570796072,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 195 reviews
Jimmy's best blues performances can be found on his 1955-1958 Vanguard LPs, the finest tracks from which are collected here on one CD. See See Rider; Don't Cry Baby , and Evenin' are joined by Every Day (short for Every Day I Have the Blues ); Sometimes I Think I Do (Jimmy's interpretation of Hesitation Blues ), and seven more songs. Over an hour long! Anytime Jimmy Rushing stepped to the microphone, he seemed absolutely able to overwhelm with a booming blues shout. Instead, he'd notch it back
Five Feet of Soul
4.3 out of 5 stars with 214 reviews
Some of Jimmy's most renowned performances were combined into one collection by Colpix in 1963-and here it is on CD for the very first time! Includes 'Tain't Nobody's Biz-Ness if I Do; Ain't It Lonesome; Hey Miss Bessie; Please Come Back; Just Because; Trouble in Mind , and eight more by Mr. Five-by-Five..
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