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Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery - Urban Blues FLAC album


Performer: Roosevelt Sykes
Genre: Blues
Title: Urban Blues
Country: US
Released: 1973
Style: Piano Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1425 mb
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Vocals, Piano – Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery (tracks: C1 to D6), Roosevelt Sykes (tracks: A1 to B6). Notas. Tracks A1 to B6 originally issued as Bluesville 1006 - The Return Of Roosevelt Sykes. Recorded March 1, 1960. Tracks C1 to D6 originally issued as Bluesville 1012 - Tasty Blues.

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Little Brother Montgomery and Roosevelt Sykes rank among the greatest blues pianists of the 20th century and had unusually long and prolific careers. Both men were born in 1906, passed away in the early 1980's and began their careers within a year of each other; Sykes made his debut in 1929 while Montgomery made his in 1930. Both men also chose to record their versions of 44 blues at their debut sessions,; Sykes cutting it first in 1929 as "Forty- Four Blues" and following year by Montgomery as Vicksburg Blues.

Roosevelt Sykes tracks on Fantasy 24717: Roosevelt Sykes - Drivin' Wheel - Long, Lonesome Night - Set The Meat Outdoors @ youtube - Coming Home - Stompin' The Boogie - Number Nine @ youtube - Calcutta - Selfish Woman - Hangover - Night Time Is The Right Time @ youtube - Runnin' The Boogie @ youtube - Hey Big Momma Roosevelt Sykes, voc, p; Clarence Perry, J. ts; Frank Ingalls, g; Floyd Ball, g; Armond "Jump" Jackson, d. OBC Records discography Little Brother Montgomery discography Roosevelt Sykes discography Lafayette Thomas discography. indiana ave. blues - The Blues of .

3 Pre–World War II jazz blues. 6 Chicago and Detroit blues.

considered one of the most important urban bluesmen of all time, singer and pianist who penned songs such as "Night Time is the Right Time", here on 17 tracks w. Homesick James Williamson-bs & gtr, 1962-3. Roosevelt Sykes was a really good blues piano player and vocalist. This is a solo album with Sykes doing piano and vocals, accompanied on several tracks by Homesick James Williamson on bass and guitar, recorded during sessions in 1962 and 1963. It's about 40 minutes of music, the sound is good and Sykes is in fine form. This guy was a great blues piano player and deserves more recognition that he has today. If you're interested in blues piano, this is a musician you should check out.

Tracklist

A1 Drivin' Wheel 2:22
A2 Long Lonesome Night 4:12
A3 Set The Meat Outdoors 2:00
A4 Coming Home 3:50
A5 Stomping The Boogie 2:45
A6 Number Nine 2:24
B1 Calcutta 3:12
B2 Selfish Woman 2:47
B3 Hangover 3:18
B4 Night Time Is The Right Time 2:36
B5 Runnin' The Boogie 2:28
B6 Hey, Big Momma 4:16
C1 Tasty Blues 4:49
C2 Santa Fe 2:36
C3 How Long, Brother? 3:36
C4 Pleading Blues 3:30
C5 No Special Rider 2:52
C6 Brother's Boogie 2:54
D1 Sneaky Pete Blues 4:20
D2 Something Keeps Worrying Me 4:02
D3 Cry, Cry Baby 3:00
D4 Satellite Blues 3:54
D5 Deep Fried 3:55
D6 Vicksburg Blues 3:13

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy Records
  • Copyright (c) – Fantasy Records
  • Remastered At – Fantasy Studios

Credits

  • Art Direction – Tony Lane
  • Bass – Julian Euell (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Drums – Armand "Jump" Jackson (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Guitar – Floyd Ball (tracks: A1 to B6), Frank Ingalls (tracks: A1 to B6), Lafayette Thomas (tracks: C1 to D6)
  • Liner Notes – Paul Oliver
  • Photography By – Lee Friedlander, Raeburn Flerlagé*
  • Remastered By – Mike Reese
  • Tenor Saxophone – Clarence Perry, Jr.* (tracks: A1 to B6)
  • Vocals, Piano – Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery* (tracks: C1 to D6), Roosevelt Sykes (tracks: A1 to B6)

Notes

DJ Copy Not For Sale promo label.
Tracks A1 to B6 originally issued as Bluesville 1006 - The Return Of Roosevelt Sykes. Recorded March 1, 1960.
Tracks C1 to D6 originally issued as Bluesville 1012 - Tasty Blues. Recorded July 1, 1960. Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F 24717 Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery - Urban Blues ‎(2xLP, Comp, RM) Fantasy F 24717 US 1973
F 24717 Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery - Urban Blues ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, RM) Fantasy F 24717 US Unknown