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Dupree Blues

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  1. The title is fed by Dupree's song choices, which include the down 'n' dirty after hours numbers "Junker's Blues" and "Can't Kick the Habit," as well as the classic murder ballads "Stack-O-Lee" and "Frankie & Johnny." They're served well by Dupree's strong, declarative voice, .
  2. Jan 24,  · Directed by Matthew Diamond. With Meredith Baxter, Michael Gross, Michael J. Fox, Justine Bateman. While working as a DJ for his college's radio station, Alex plays a blues track and announces that the performer is dead. The blues singer calls in and says that news of his death is premature. He agrees to visit the station for a talk.
  3. "Blues In The Gutter" is Dupree at his best. His piano playing augments his great vocals perfectly. And the small combo that accompanies him is just right--especially Pete Brown on alto sax, and Ennis Lowery (Larry Dale) on guitar. Both musicians lay down some fine and sometimes scorching solos that elevate this album even higher/5(11).
  4. Label: Folkways Records - FWX,Le Chant Du Monde - FWX-M • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress Trifold • Country: France • Genre: Blues • Style: Piano Blues Champion Jack Dupree - Women Blues (Trifold, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. American pianist and singer, born 04 July (sometimes given as July 4, July 10, and July 23, in the years , , or ) in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA and died 21 January in Hannover, Germany. He enjoyed a long musical career after starting out as a boxer.
  6. After a year on RCA's Groove and Vik subsidiaries, Dupree made a masterpiece LP for Atlantic. 's Blues From the Gutter is a magnificent testament to Dupree's barrelhouse background, boasting marvelous readings of "Stack-O-Lee," "Junker's Blues," and "Frankie & .
  7. 78_dupree-blues_count-basie-fred-green-walter-page-joe-jones-white_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Chris Cain User_metadataentered Shaun .
  8. Orphaned at age 2, William Thomas Dupree grew up in the same New Orleans boys’ home where Louis Armstrong first played the cornet. Continuing his music education with barrelhouse piano musicians, Dupree became known for his gritty yet soulful piano blues and boogie–woogie style. During the .

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