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Chicago Boogie Style - Various - Chicago Blues Band (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 11,  · Various Artists "Crucial Chicago Blues" Alligator Records ALCD Each disc in Alligator's Crucial series comes with an attractive price tag and minutes of music. This Chicago disc encompasses the label's 30 plus years. There are too many musicians/songs on the disc to mention. However, a few deserve attention/5(10).
  2. The Boogie Woogie. This: The Boogie Woogie, Giants of Jazz CD CD album is pretty much a year reissue of: The Boogie Woogie performed by the original artists, on the Giants of Jazz CD The only differences are that the album has 4.) Beulah's Sister's Blues by /5(46).
  3. Find album release information for Down Home Blues: Chicago Fine Boogie - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  4. Sep 21,  · VARIOUS - BLUES FROM CHICAGO SIDE A Had A Dream - Little Willie Anderson Bad Door Knocker - Little Willie Anderson Willie's Rock (instr) - Little Willie Anderson Peach Tree.
  5. Various Artists "Crucial Chicago Blues" Alligator Records ALCD Each disc in Alligator's Crucial series comes with an attractive price tag and minutes of music. This Chicago disc encompasses the label's 30 plus years. There are too many musicians/songs on the disc to mention. However, a few deserve attention/5(10).
  6. The 15 songs on this compilation were left behind by Parrot Records' Al Benson, all cut during the mids. The music could have passed muster at Parrot's better-known Chicago rival Chess -- Jody Williams may have been Parrot's answer to Muddy Waters (Willie Dixon is even playing the bass), although his style was closer to an amalgam of B.B. King and T-Bone Walker.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Chicago Boogie: - Various Artists on AllMusic - - All the earliest Maxwell Street acetate.
  8. A student of the music’s rich history and varied regional styles, Ethan presents personal interpretations of many of the great (and forgotten) old-time barrelhouse masters. He specializes in St. Louis pre-war piano blues, Texas barrelhouse, early Chicago boogie-woogie, and New Orleans rhythm ‘n’ blues.
  9. Aug 19,  · Ken Saydak is a current Chicago blues performer who can ply the boogie style very well, as his version of his own "Clo Clo Boogie" demonstrates. the great boogie pianists of Chicago.

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