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  1. Daisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Blue Memphis Suite on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. Kalkis says:
    Memphis Slim: 1: The Blue Memphis Suite: Memphis Slim: 1: Very Much Alive And In Montreux: Memphis Slim: 1: Boogie Woogie: Memphis Slim: 1: Southside Reunion (Maison De Blues Edition) Memphis Slim & Buddy Guy: 1 — Boogie for My Friends: Memphis Slim: 1 — Boogie Woogie Duets: Jean-Paul Amouroux & Memphis Slim: 1.
  3. Vokazahn says:
    Albert Amos - Boogie Woogie Stomp Albert Amos - Shout for Joy Count Basie Quintet - Boogie Woogie Count Basie - Boogie Woogie Mary Lou Williams - Mr. Freddie's Blues Jimmy Yancey - Yancey Special Pete Johnson - Roll 'Em Big Maceo - Chicago Breakdown Have sum fun and google or Wikipedia the artists!/5(2).
  4. Mejar says:
    Side 2 had a more traditional album structure with songs topical to the early 's ("Youth Wants to Know" & "Chicago Seven") plus the rollicking "Boogie Woogie " & the wistful closer "Mason-Dixon Line." But make no mistake, you get this for the "Blue Memphis Suite" spanning the first half of the CD. An essential blues recording.5/5(2).
  5. Faerg says:
    Boogie Woogie is a compilation album containing four inch, 78 rpm records of Boogie-woogie music. The songs on the album were recorded over a period of three years from to , then released in on this compilation album by Columbia Records (C44). Artists featured on the album include Harry James, Count Basie, Big Joe Turner, and the three prominent boogie-woogie pianists .
  6. Nejind says:
    Peter Chatman Jr.., aka Memphis Slim, stomps out a "progressive boogie and blues" on the piano. Self-taught in the honky-tonk juke joints of Tennessee, he produced some of the most powerful boogie-woogie out there, with an incessant bass like you wouldn't believe.5/5(4).
  7. Toshicage says:
    Memphis Slim (born John Len Chatman, September 3, – February 24, ) was an American blues pianist, singer, and composer. He led a series of bands that, reflecting the popular appeal of jump blues, included saxophones, bass, drums, and piano.A song he first cut in , "Every Day I Have the Blues", has become a blues standard, recorded by many other artists.
  8. Grorisar says:
    Description. This early-'60s date was the second — and one of the best — of Memphis Slim's many top-notch Bluesville recordings. Featuring Slim accompanying himself on the piano, All Kinds of Blues is a vintage set of mellow yet deep blues by one of the music's most urbane performers.
  9. Kigale says:
    The music on this recording is at once far-reaching and intimate. It has a quality enjoyed well beyond contemporary fans of this style of music, and yet this recording gives the listener the sense of being privy to a very precise moment in music history with Memphis Slim (—) as he plays piano.

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