Champion Jack Dupree And His Blues Band Featuring Mickey Baker - Champion Jack Dupree And His Blues Band Featuring Mickey Baker FLAC album
Title: Champion Jack Dupree And His Blues Band Featuring Mickey Baker
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Champion Jack Dupree. Champion Jack Dupree And His Blues Band Featuring Mickey Baker (CD, Album, RE, RM). London Records.
Personnel: - Champion Jack Dupree (William Thomas Dupree) - piano, vocals - Mickey Baker (MacHouston Baker) - guitar, vocals (04,06,13), tambourine (01,03,13) - John Baldwin - bass guitar - Ronnie Verrell - drums - Albert Hall - trumpet - Rex Morris, Bob Efford - tenor saxophone - Harry Klein - baritone saxophone (01,09) - Mike Vernon - whistle (01), producer. A formidable contender in the ring before he shifted his focus to pounding the piano instead, Champion Jack Dupree often injected his lyrics with a rowdy sense of down-home humor. In 1940, Dupree made his recording debut for Chicago A&R man extraordinaire Lester Melrose and OKeh Records. Dupree's 1940-1941 output for the Columbia subsidiary exhibited a strong New Orleans tinge despite the Chicago surroundings; his driving "Junker's Blues" was later cleaned up as Fats Domino's 1949 debut, "The Fat Ma.
William Thomas "Champion Jack" Dupree (July 23, 1909 or July 4, 1910 – January 21, 1992) was an American blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer. His nickname was derived from his early career as a boxer. Dupree was a New Orleans blues and boogie-woogie pianist, a barrelhouse "professor". His father was from the Belgian Congo and his mother was part African American and Cherokee.
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