Born: April 1, 1927 | Died: 1980
Milburn was one of the great R&B pioneers and a tremendous influence on many who followed. He was a fine singer and even better pianist - he could bang out a mean boogie or tinkle the ivories in a light and jazzy style as the situation demanded. Largely forgotten outside the committed world of R&B aficionados, from 1948 until 1954, Milburn's sides ruled the R&B charts, and he helped set the stage for the joyous, soulful music of the later R&B and rock and roll eras.
Boogie piano master Amos Milburn was born in Houston, and he died there a short 52 years later. In between, he created some of the best boogie of the postwar era, usually recording in Los Angeles for Aladdin Records. Quite a lot of the releases proved to be massive sellers in the pre rock and roll era, some of which demonstrated Milburn's oft-forgotten abilities with the mellower side of R&B....
Let's Have A Party!Sunnyside
Thinking & DrinkingSunnyside
The Motown Sessions 1962-1964Sunnyside
Same Old Thing / Whiz-A-Shoo-Pepi-DadaSunnyside
Bewildered / A And M BluesSunnyside
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