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Crown Prince Waterford With Jay McShann And Pete Johnson - Shoutin' The Blues - Complete Recordings FLAC album


Performer: Crown Prince Waterford
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Title: Shoutin' The Blues - Complete Recordings
Released: 1985
Style: Jump Blues, Piano Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1971 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1872 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1904 mb
Rating: 4.7
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He joined Jay McShann's band as a replacement for vocalist Walter Brown, and recorded several tracks with the band for the Philo label in Los Angeles, including "Crown Prince Boogie," after which he started billing himself as "The Crown Prince Of The Blues". Crown Prince Waterford With Jay McShann And Pete Johnson. Crown Prince Waterford With Jay McShann And Pete Johnson - Shoutin' The Blues - Complete Recordings ‎(LP, Comp, RM). Oldie Blues.

Also known as, Charles Waterford, he was born in Jonesboro, AR October 26, 1916, and was encouraged in his singing career by his parents, who were musicians. By his late teens he was living in Oklahoma City, and in 1936 sang there with Leslie Sheffield's Rhythmaires, a band that included guitarist Charlie Christian, bassist Abe Bolar and drummer Monk McFay. By 1944 he was appearing regularly in Chicago nightclubs. He joined Jay McShann's band as a replacement for vocalist Walter Brown, and recorded several tracks with the band for the Philo label in Los Angeles, including "Crown Prince Boogie," after which he started billing himself as "The Crown Prince Of The Blues".

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Solomon Charles Waterford (October 26, 1916 – February 1, 2007), known as Crown Prince Waterford, was an American jazz and blues singer who recorded in the 1940s and 1950s with Jay McShann, Pete Johnson and others. YouTube Encyclopedic. Crown Prince Waterford Eatin' Watermelon (TORCH 6911) (1952). Charlie Waterford Female Vocalist. Waterford United Crossbar Challenge Sportsbeat on Beat 102 103. Transcription. Charles Waterford was born in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and was encouraged in his singing career by his parents, who were musicians.

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A1 Merry Go Round Blues
Bass – Raymond Taylor Drums – Al WichardPiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisWritten-By – C. Waterford*, J. McShann*
3:02
A2 Hootie Boogie
Alto Saxophone – E. Gregory*Bass – Raymond Taylor Drums – Al WichardPiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisTrumpet – Major EvansVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – J. McShann*
2:48
A3 Garfield Avenue Blues
Alto Saxophone – E. Gregory*Tenor Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisTrumpet – Major EvansWritten-By – C. Waterford*, J. McShann*
2:58
A4 Shipyard Woman Blues
Alto Saxophone – E. Gregory*Tenor Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisTrumpet – Major EvansVocals – Jimmy WitherspoonWritten-By – J. Witherspoon*
3:00
A5 Crown Prince Boogie
Alto Saxophone – Cleophus CurtisTenor Saxophone – E. Gregory*Written-By – C. Waterford*, J. McShann*
2:50
A6 Move Your Hand Baby
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Trombone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:30
A7 L.A. Blues
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:37
B1 Coal Black Baby
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:42
B2 Weeping Willow Blues
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:58
B3 Strange Woman Boogie
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:56
B4 P.I. Blues
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:58
B5 Crown Prince Blues
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Jesse PriceGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Pete JohnsonTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:36
B6 Leaping Boogie
Bass – Shifty Henry*Drums – Pete JohnsonGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Jesse PriceTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisVocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten By – C. Waterford*
B7 Eatin` Watermelon
Alto Saxophone – Don Hill Bass – Ralph Hamilton Drums – Jessie SailesGuitar – Tiny WebbPiano – Jay McShannTenor Saxophone – Maxwell DavisTrumpet – Vernon Smith Vocals – Crown Prince WaterfordWritten-By – C. Waterford*
2:58

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Notes

Remastered from rare 78s from Martin Van Olderen's.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched A side): OL 8011 - A HCB
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched B side): OL 8011 - B HCB
  • Rights Society: BIEM