Roots of rhythm & blues : New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Kansas City : 1939-1945 / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, Joe Liggins & his Honeydrippers, Roy Milton & his Solid Senders...[et al.], groupe voc. et instr. ; Cecil Gant, Arthur "big boy" Crudup, Jack McVea...[et al.], chant

Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, Joe Liggins & his Honeydrippers, Roy Milton & his Solid Senders...[et al.], groupe voc. et instr. Cecil Gant, Arthur "big boy" Crudup, Jack McVea...[et al.], chant
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Roots of rhythm & blues : New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Kansas City : 1939-1945 / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, Joe Liggins & his Honeydrippers, Roy Milton & his Solid Senders...[et al.], groupe voc. et instr. ; Cecil Gant, Arthur "big boy" Crudup, Jack McVea...[et al.], chant
Description
2 disques compacts (54 min 18 sec, 53 min 49 sec) + 1 brochure (40 p.)
Notes
Interprété aussi par : Charles Brown with Johnny Moore Three Blazers, Ivory Hunter with Johnny Moore's 3 Blazers, Nat King Cole Trio, T-Bone Walker & Marl Young, Julia Lee with Tommy Douglas' orchestra, Helen Humes with Bill Doggett's octet, Dinah Washington with Lucky Thompsons's All Star, Albert Ammons & his Rhythm Kings, Ella Mae Morse & Freddie Slack, Jimmy Rushing & Count Basie, Wynonie "blues" Harris with Illinois Jacquet, Eddie Vinson with Cootie Williams, Rubberlegs Williams with Clyde Hart's All Star, Gatemouth Moore with Dallas Bartley and his Small Town Boys, Lionel Hampton, Pete Johnson's band, Hot Lips Page, June Richmond with Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy, Walter Brown with Jay Macshann quartet, Johnny Hodges, Erskine Hawkins & Avery Parrish, Sister Rosetta Tharpe & Lucky Millinder, Billy Eckstine, Tiny Bradshaw, Johnny Otis, Ella Johnson & Buddy Johnson, The Spirit of Rhythm, Big Joe Turner and his Fly Cats, 5 Red Caps
 
Notice en français et en anglais / Thomas, Alain
Contenu
Caldonia ; The Honeydrippers (part 1) ; Milton's boogie ; That ain't right ; Wonder ; Drifting blues ; Blues at sunrise ; T-Bone boogie ; Rock me mama ; If it's good ; Be-baba-leba ; Rich man's blues ; Boogie woogie stomp ; Cow cow boogie ; Jimmy's blues ; Piney Brown blues ; Here come the blues ; Cherry red blues ; That's the blues ; I ain't made at you ; Flyin' home ; 627 stomp ; Sunset blues ; 47th Jive ; New confessin' the blues ; Dooji wooji ; After hours ; That's all ; Bartender boogie ; Blowin' the blues away ; School days blues ; Harlem nocturne ; That's the stuff you gotta watch ; Dr. Watson and Mr. Holmes ; Boogie woogie on a saturday ; Strange things
Inf. locale
Entre blues, jazz et gospel, de Chicago à New York, les racines de la musique populaire afro-américaine, un premier jalon vers le rock n'roll.
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