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8 thoughts on “ Evil Woman - Champion Jack Dupree - Blues From The Gutter (Vinyl, LP)

  1. After a year on RCA's Groove and Vik subsidiaries, Dupree made a masterpiece LP for Atlantic. 's Blues From the Gutter is a magnificent testament to Dupree's barrelhouse background, boasting marvelous readings of "Stack-O-Lee," "Junker's Blues," and "Frankie & .
  2. *This is a Vinyl LP* Release Date: / Label: Atlantic. Track List Side A. Strollin’ T.B. Blues; Can’t Kick The Habit; Evil Woman; Nasty Boogie; Side B. Junker’s Blues; Bad Blood; Goin’ Down Slow; Frankie & Johnny; Stack-O-Lee. Personnel. Piano, Vocals – Champion Jack Dupree; Saxophone – Pete Brown; Bass – Wendell.
  3. Recorded in New York, January 22, (“Dirty Woman”) and October 15, (“Lollipop Baby”). SIDE A 01 STROLLIN’ 02 T.B. BLUES 03 CAN’T KICK THE HABIT 04 EVIL WOMAN 05 NASTY BOOGIE 06 DIRTY WOMAN (*) SIDE B 01 JUNKER’S BLUES 02 BAD BLOOD 03 GOIN’ DOWN SLOW 04 FRANKIE & JOHNNY 05 STACK-O-LEE 06 LOLLIPOP BABY (*) (*) BONUS TRACKS.
  4. Dupree, Champion Jack - Blues from the Gutter [Vinyl] - ivvisubpejacgerelusrimothetra.co Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl /5(22).
  5. 'Blues From the Gutter', recorded in , is easily the best work of New Orleans' pianist-singer Champion Jack Dupree and also a blues masterpiece. Although the powerful songs deal with the dark side of life the music is strangely uplifting/5(19).
  6. This quintessential CD includes two of Dupree's finest albums for the Atlantic label: the masterwork debut LP Blues from the Gutter (), plus the equally splendid follow-up, Natural & Soulful Blues (), which featured such stalwart British bluesmaen as Alexis Korner on guitar and Jack Fallon on bass.
  7. Blues From the Gutter, an Album by Champion Jack Dupree. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Piano Blues, New Orleans Blues.
  8. He played blues, boogie-woogie, ragtime and R&B but it was his voice, humor and authenticity that set him apart from the legion of juke joint pianists. Originally issued on Atlantic in , Dupree's masterful debut LP Blues from the Gutter was cut in NYC with a blasting band that included Pete Brown (alto saxophone), Ennis Lowery (guitar.

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