Champion Jack Dupree, Earl King, Little Willie John, George Smith , Marie Knight, Otis Williams & The Charms, Hal Singer And His Orchestra - Lucky 7 Blues Show album download
NotesThis is a radio promotional advertisement for a 1955 tour called THE LUCKY 7 BLUES SHOW.
Poster for 11/16/1955 show is here:
The show starred a package of record stars, mostly from the King-Deluxe labels, Jack Dupree, Earl King, Little Willie John, Little George Smith, Otis Williams & His Charms, Marie Knight, and Hal Singer and His Orchestra. Radio stations in markets where the tour was scheduled to appear utilized this disc for advertisements to which localized announcements of date, time and venue were added. Originally was accompanied with a a flyer listing all the artists with their latest hit records. Two copies are known to exist, with pictures of both label variations included in this listing.
The tour opened October 28, 1955, at New York's Apollo Theatre and traveled throughout the southeast and midwest before closing the year on the West Coast.
Record has white labels on both sides, although only A-side has grooves.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped in deadwax on A side, no markings on B side.): Ɛ 100
Champion Jack Dupree, Earl King, Little Willie John, George Smith (4), Marie Knight, Otis Williams & The Charms, Hal Singer And His Orchestra - Lucky 7 Blues Show (10", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl). Little Girl, My Love Is Strong (Single).
Blues At Montreux is the 1973 album by King Curtis and Champion Jack Dupree. This pressing was released in 2005 by Atlantic Records in Germany. This live set from the 1971 Montreux Jazz Festival was co-led by tenor saxophonist King Curtis (who tragically would be killed three months later) and veteran blues pianist/vocalist Champion Jack Dupree. With guitarist Cornell Dupree (in excellent form), bassist Jerry Jemmott and drummer Oliver Jackson laying down the foundation, Curtis and Dupree find a great deal of common musical ground. 1. Junker's Blues 2. Sneaky Pete 3. Everything's Gonna Be Alright 4. Get with It 5. Poor Boy Blues 6. I'm Having Fun. Champion Jack Dupree-piano & vocals King Curtis-tenor & alto saxes Cornell Dupree-guitar Jerry Jammott-bass Oliver Jackson-drums. Recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland on 17 June, 1971.
Harry James And His Orchestra 1948-49 is a double album by American trumpeter Harry James with The Harry James Orchestra. The album consists of live radio transcripts recorded during 1948 and 1949 and was released in 1969 by Big Band Landmarks (Volumes X-XI). As bop surpassed swing by the late 1940s, James was surprisingly open to its influence.
Listen to music from Champion Jack Dupree like Junker's Blues, Evil Woman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Champion Jack Dupree. He was the embodiment of the New Orleans blues and boogie woogie pianist. On his best known album, Blues from the Gutter, for Atlantic in 1959, he was accompanied on guitar by Larry Dale, whose playing on that record inspired Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones.
The 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York (in stereo!) with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament. There's some decidedly down-in-the-alley subject matter - "Can't Kick the Habit," ".
Champion Jack Dupree - Piano, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals Ennis Lowery - Guitar Wendell Marshall - Bass Willie Jones – Drums Pete Brown - Sax (Alto). The 1958 masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Recorded as a stereo album in 1958 in New York, Jack never sounded better, backed here by a small group including sax and electric guitar.
Get the Champion Jack Dupree Setlist of the concert at Recreation Ground, Bath, England on June 28, 1969 and other Champion Jack Dupree Setlists for free on setlist. Champion Jack Dupree International Essen Blues & Pop Festival 1969 - Oct 10, 1969 Oct 10 1969. Champion Jack Dupree University of Surrey, Guildford - Jan 17, 1970 Jan 17 1970. Last updated: 4 May 2019, 09:26 Etc/UTC.
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