Исполнитель: Roosevelt Sykes Альбом: Feel Like Blowing My Horn Стиль: Piano Blues, Acoustic Chicago Blues Релиз: 1970 Лейбл: Delmark Формат: FLAC (image with. cue) + mp3 cbr 320 kbps 44100Hz Stereo (LAME . 3. 1) Размер: 303 + 118 Mb RAR (5% recovery). This loveable pianist and singer sustained a long recording and performing career, the last decades of which he was frequently heard as a soloist.
Artist: Roosevelt Sykes Album: Feel Like Blowing My Horn Genre: Piano Blues, Acoustic Chicago Blues, St. Louis Blues Label: Delmark Released: 1970 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Feel Like Blowing My Horn (Sykes). My Hamstring's Poppin' (Sykes). I'm a Nut (Public Domain). You can download here blues music in few minutes. And, of course, the fans of jazz can also download on this site jazz music on their PC, smartphones and other gadgets.
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Feel Like Blowing My Horn (Delmark, 1973). Blues by Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes (Smithsonian Folkways, 1995). a b c "Phil Brodie Band Tribute Page – Roosevelt Sykes". Retrieved November 26, 2006. "Roosevelt Sykes Could Play Those 88's". African American Registry. Archived from the original on October 27, 2006. Shaw, Arnold (1978). Honkers and Shouters.
Roosevelt Sykes In Europe is a jazz related blues music album recording by ROOSEVELT SYKES released in 1969 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Blues By Roosevelt 'The Honeydripper' Sykes Smithsonian Folkways 2005. Feel Like Blowing My Horn Delmark 1997. Hard Drivin' Blues Delmark 1995.
Performer: Roosevelt Sykes. Title: Feel Like Blowing My Horn. Feel Like Blowing My Horn (LP). The Residents - The W B Album.
The Honeydripper’, Roosevelt Sykes was probably the most important of the several piano Blues innovators who came out of S. ouis the inter-war years. This square cut figure with the elegant suit and the fat cigar was capable of pounding the keys in a rowdy barrelhouse style and he could boogie-woogie with the best of them, but he also introduced a complex, jazz influenced phrasing that sounded more urbane and ‘modern’ that his contemporaries. Like many Bluesmen, he recorded for several labels at the same time, using the aliases Dobby Bragg, Papa ‘Easy’ Johnson and Willie Kelly. Still based in St. Louis, Roosevelt continued to travel, occasionally working as a talent scout and often in the company of another pianist, ‘St. Louis Jimmy’ Oden, who wrote the classic ‘Goin’ Down Slow’.
|1||Feel Like Blowing My Horn||2:56|
|2||My Hamstring's Poppin'||3:55|
|3||I'm A Nut||3:00|
|4||Blue Will Prank With Your Soul||3:26|
|5||Jubilee Time (Alternate)||3:21|
|6||All Days Are Good Days (Alternate)||3:06|
|10||Don't But Your Eyes||5:22|
|11||All Days Are Good Days||2:41|
|12||Eagle Rock Me, Baby||3:09|
|14||Love The One You're With||4:20|
|DS-632||Roosevelt Sykes||Feel Like Blowing My Horn (LP)||Delmark Records||DS-632||US||1973|
|DE-632, 632||Roosevelt Sykes||Feel Like Blowing My Horn (CD, Comp)||Delmark Records, Delmark Records||DE-632, 632||US||1997|
|DC-632||Roosevelt Sykes||Feel Like Blowing My Horn (Cass, Album)||Delmark Records||DC-632||US||1973|
|DS-632||Roosevelt Sykes||Feel Like Blowing My Horn (LP)||Delmark Records||DS-632||UK||Unknown|
|DS-632||Roosevelt Sykes||Feel Like Blowing My Horn (LP, Promo, W/Lbl)||Delmark Records||DS-632||US||1973|