Montana Taylor - Barrel House Blues album download
|A||Indiana Avenue Stomp|
|B||In The Bottom|
|C||Low Down Bugle|
|D||I Can't Sleep|
|E||Sweet Sue (Just You)|
|F||'Fo' Day Blues|
- Cover – Jimmy Ernst
- Piano – Montana Taylor
- Washboard – Almond Leonard (tracks: E)
NotesCopyright 1946 by Circle Sound, Inc., N. Y.
A,F > Recorded April 19, 1946
B,C,D,E > Recorded April 18, 1946
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (side A label): J-1008-A
- Matrix / Runout (side B label): J-1008-B
- Matrix / Runout (side C label): J-1009-A
- Matrix / Runout (side D label): J-1009-B
- Matrix / Runout (side E label): J-1010-A
- Matrix / Runout (side F label): J-1010-B
- Matrix / Runout (side A runout etched): C 35 BC
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout etched): C 17 BC
- Matrix / Runout (side C runout etched): C 11-C BC
- Matrix / Runout (side D runout etched): C 19-A BC
- Matrix / Runout (side E runout etched): C 16-B BC
- Matrix / Runout (side F runout etched): C 33 BC
Featuring many legendary blues pianists including Leroy Carr, Cripple Clarence Lofton and Montana Taylor, this album highlights how the piano has always been at the very core of the blues. It includes many forgotten gems by artists shrouded in mystery. LP - Vinyl includes Download Card for full album as well as bonus barrelhouse blues tracks.
Featuring many legendary blues pianists including Leroy Carr, Cripple Clarence Lofton and Montana Taylor, this album highlights how the piano has always been at the very core of the blues. Jabo Williams - Pratt City Blues 20. Pete Johnson & Albert Ammons - Barrelhouse Boogie 21. Bob Call - 31 Blues 22. Freddie "Redd" Nicholson - You Gonna Miss Me Blues 23. Montana Taylor - Detroit Rocks 24.
Blues: Piano Blues Blues: Prewar Blues Moods: Solo Instrumental. The Low-Down Piano is a celebration of pre-war piano blues, barrelhouse blues, and early boogie-woogie – more or less interchangeable terms. In the 20s and 30s blues piano was a widespread and diverse art form. In St. Louis, pianists like Henry Brown, Aaron ‘Pinetop’ Sparks, and Peetie Wheatstraw stomped ‘em on down to the bricks. In a tantalizingly few recordings, pianists like Romeo Nelson, Jabo Williams, and Montana Taylor put their own unique boogie styles on wax. Meanwhile, Little Brother Montgomery, before settling in Chicago, played the mill towns and the levee camps of Mississippi and Louisiana, soaking up the sounds of his fellow Southern itinerant musicians and preserving them in stories and recordings throughout his long career.
Montana Taylor - Detroit Rocks 03:19. Will Ezell - Heifer Dust 02:57. Blind Leroy Garnett - Chain' 'Em Down 02:55. Jimmy Yancey - Slow and Easy Blues 02:36. Pete Johnson - Sixth Evenue Express 02:43. Pete Johnson - Barrelhouse Boogie 03:04. Albert Ammons - The Boogie Rocks 03:06. P. Johnson - Dive Bomber 02:56.
Indiana Avenue Stomp. A. Taylor, Montana Taylor. 11. The Dirty Dozen No. 2. Rufus G. Perryman. Speckled Red. 12. Fat Mama Blues.
Matrix, Runout (Side A): C-18. Matrix, Runout (Side B): C-36.
New Orleans Blues Piano Blues Regional Blues Swamp Blues. Champion Jack Dupree. Barrel House Blues and Boogie Woogie.