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Ernest Cotton music CDs Originally released on Chess (407). Includes liner notes by Don Snowden.
Digitally remastered by Doug Schwartz (MCA Studios, Hollywood, California).
Starkly printed in black and white ...
||Rockin' This House CDs (2006) |
Ernest Cotton CD discography This four-disc box set presents an impressive overview of three Chicago blues piano greats--Memphis Slim, Roosevelt Sykes, and Eddie Boyd. Culling tracks from the ...
||Nobody Loves Me (Everyday I Have the Blues) CD (2009) |
Ernest Cotton discography Memphis Slim bridged the gap between rural juke joint barrelhouse piano and the emerging uptown blues styles of the late 1940s. This fine collection ...
||Picking the Blues: Boogie Woogie Pioneers CD (2006) |
Ernest Cotton albums British musician, bandleader, and blues historian John Mayall was tapped by the excellent jazz and blues archival label Document to dig through his record ...
||Chess Box CDs (1990)
Ernest Cotton songs HE CHESS BOX covers Muddy Waters' career from 1947 through 1972. It features some previously-unreleased tracks, and many others previously unreleased in the U.S. ...
||If You Love Me CD (2004) |
Ernest Cotton music CDs In retrospect, J.B. Lenoir's finest albums are the last two he recorded before his death in 1967, Alabama Blues (1965) and Down in Mississippi ...
||1955-1956 CD (2007) |
Ernest Cotton CD discography This second volume of J B Lenoir's complete recordings resumes by reissuing the remaining Parrot label sessions from 1955 and the first, mid 1950s ...
||Complete Recordings Vol. 3: 1948-1950 CD (2002) |
Ernest Cotton albums All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Includes liner notes by Jean Buzelin.
Adapter: Joyce Waterhouse.
Personnel: Memphis Slim (vocals, piano); The Vagabonds , Lillie Mae Kirkman (vocals); ...
||Five Long Years: The Complete Recordings Vol. 2. 1951-1953 CD (2004) |
Ernest Cotton discography Mississippi-born Eddie Boyd recorded his key tracks for Chicago's Chess Records in the 1950s, but his output was anything but the typical Chicago blues ...
||1949-1954 CD (2005) |
Ernest Cotton CD discography Collecting sides from five years during Willie Mabon's tenure with Chicago label Chess Records and its immediate predecessor, Aristocrat, this best-of includes Mabon's smash ...
||Mojo Boogie: An Essential Collection CD (2002) |
Ernest Cotton music CDs Fred Below, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (drums); Peeples (bongos).
Recorded between October 22, 1951 and July 23, 1963. Includes liner notes by Bill Dahl.
Though J.B. ...
||Live In '63 CD (2003) |
Ernest Cotton songs Fuel 2000 released this live date with guitarist J.B. Lenoir and pianist Sunnyland Slim almost 33 years after the original session took place at ...
||Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: J.B. Lenoir CD (2003) |
Ernest Cotton albums Recorded between 1954 & 1958. Includes liner notes by Mary Katherine Aldin.
J.B. Lenoir is often overlooked by almost everyone except diehard blues fans. The ...
||Complete Recordings Vol. 2: 1946-1948 CD (2001) |
Ernest Cotton discography Memphis Slim's passionate voice and excellent pacing made his recordings some of the landmark moments in blues music. In fact, even more than Robert ...
||Vee Jay Screaming Blues Guitar CD |
Ernest Cotton songs The title of this collection, Vee Jay Screaming Blues Guitar, is a little deceptive, since Pee Wee Crayton, Bobby Parker, and L.G. McKinley, the ...
||Complete Chess Recordings CDs (1997) |
Ernest Cotton CD discography While the 1976 issue of Chicago Bound, the first collection of Jimmy Rogers' Chess material has been rightly hailed as a definitive cornerstone in ...
||Rockin' The Blues CD |
The most complete gathering of Slim's 1958-1959 Vee-Jay output available on disc (16 songs to the even dozen on the Gate of Horn domestic ...
||Blue & Lonesome CD (2001) |
Recorded in Chicago, Illinois in 1946 & 1947. Includes liner notes by Jeffrey Kruger.
23 Track Compilation;1946-48
Personnel: Memphis Slim (vocals, piano); Ernest Cotton (alto saxophone, ...