Little Brother Montgomery - Blues Masters, Vol. 7 album mp3
By Little Brother Montgomery. PLAY ALL. Blues Masters, Vo. Released by Storyville Jan 1992 13 Tracks. By Little Brother Montgomery.
Listen to albums and songs from Little Brother Montgomery. Little Brother Montgomery was one of the founders of the Chicago Blues sound. His laidback, but gritty, piano was a major influence on Otis Spann and an army of juke joint ivory tinklers. Otis Spann, Skip James.
LITTLE BROTHER MONTGOMERY is a boogie woogie piano, stride piano, jazz related gospel, classic (1920s) jazz jazz related blues music artist. Bluebird recorded Montgomery more prolifically in 1935-1936 in New Orleans. Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates.
Imperial/Liberty 'Legendary Masters'. Little Brother Montgomery 1936 Treasury Of Jazz Vol. 45 - Crescent City Blues - The First Time I Met You - Shreveport Farewell - Tantalizing Blues. 7 inch EP 45 rpm RCA 8. 95 (Fr 1964).
Little Brother Montgomery. I Must Get Mine In Front Willie Anderson's Blues Jim Jam Blues Vanada Anderson Blues The 44 (Vicksburg) Blues Hesitatin' Blues Bob Martin Blues Mama, You Don't Mean Me No Good Cooney Vaughn's Tremblin' Blues Hard, Oh Lord! Miles Davis Blues Yodlin' Blues Shreveport Farewell. Eddie Gomez, Carsten Dahl.
Album · 2006 · 16 Songs. Blues for Little Brother Montgomery. 8 Hands On 88 Keys Chicago Blues Piano Masters. Barrelhouse Chuck, Detroit Junior, Erwin Helfer, Pinetop Perkins. Boogie Woogie Valentine.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||I Must Get Mine In Front
Written-By – Fats Waller
|2||Willie Anderson's Blues||3:50|
|3||Jim Jam Blues||4:07|
|4||Vanada Anderson Blues||4:13|
|5||The 44 (Vicksburg) Blues||5:46|
Written-By – W.C. Handy*
|7||Bob Martin Blues||5:10|
|8||Mama, You Don't Mean Me No Good||3:52|
|9||Cooney Vaughn's Tremblin' Blues||6:02|
|10||Hard, Oh Lord!
Written-By – J. Crump*
|11||Miles Davis' Blues||5:03|
Written-By – Hill*, Cl. Williams*
|Total Playing Time||59:18|
- Engineer – Ivar Rosenberg
- Executive-Producer – Karl Emil Knudsen
- Layout – Chris Olesen
- Liner Notes – Derrick Stewart-Baxter
- Piano – Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery*
- Vocals – Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery* (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 9, 10, 12)
- Written-By – E. Montgomery* (tracks: 2 to 5, 7 to 9, 11, 13)
NotesRecorded Copenhagen, September 19, 1972.
Track 1 to 4, 6 and 9 to 12 were originally issued on Little Brother Montgomery - Deep South Piano (SLP 228).
Track 5, 7, 8 and 13 are previously unissued.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 717101 800728
- Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
|SLP 228||Little Brother Montgomery||Deep South Piano (LP, Album)||Storyville||SLP 228||Denmark||1973|
|ST 21024||Little Brother Montgomery||Deep South Piano (LP, Album)||Storyville||ST 21024||France||1973|