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Picking the Blues: Pioneers of Boogie Woogie

Picking the Blues: Pioneers of Boogie Woogie by John Mayall buy album

John Mayall

Label: Document Records
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

Cow Cow (Charles) Davenport: Cow Cow Blues; Pine Top Smith: Jump Steady Blues; Charlie Spand: Moanin' The Blues; Romeo Nelson: Head Rag Hop; Wesley Wallace: Fanny Lee Blues; Little Brother Montgomery: No Special Rider; 'Jabo' Williams: Pratt City Blues; Turner Parrish: Fives;Walter Roland: Jookit Jookit; Cleo Brown: Boogie Woogie; Jesse James: Lonesome Day Blues; Albert Ammons: Bass Goin' Crazy; Pete Johnson:Holler Stomp; Jimmy Yancey: 35th and Dearborn; Meade 'Lux' Lewis: Six Wheel Chaser; Jay McShann: Vine Street Boogie; Cripple Clarence Lofton: In The Mornin'; Big Maceo (Merriweather): Chicago Breakdown; Montana Taylor: Indiana Avenue Stomp; Memphis Slim: Slim's Boogie; Speckled Red: Early In The Morning; Otis Spann: Otis In The Dark.

Personnel

John Mayall
John Mayall

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel / Information

Cow Cow (Charles) Davenport; Pine Top Smith; Charlie Spand; Romeo Nelson; Wesley Wallace; Little Brother Montgomery; 'Jabo' Williams; Turner Parrish; Walter Roland; Cleo Brown; Jesse James; Albert Ammons; Pete Johnson; Jimmy Yancey; Meade 'Lux' Lewis; Jay McShann; Cripple Clarence Lofton; Big Maceo (Merriweather); Montana Taylor; Memphis Slim; Speckled Red; Otis Spann.


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