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Sugar Blue - From Chicago To Paris FLAC album


Performer: Sugar Blue
Genre: Blues
Title: From Chicago To Paris
Country: France
Released: 1982
Style: Chicago Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1314 mb
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Harp, Vocals – Sugar Blue. Organ – Jean-Pierre Sabar (tracks: 9,10,13). Trombone – Mike Zwerin (tracks: 2,3). 2 Lp on 1 CD 1 - 7 LP Cross Roads (december 1979) Recorded at Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche 8 - 14 LP From Chicago To Paris (april/may 1982). Paris Blues ‎(CD, Album, Comp). Blues Collection - I Maestri Del Blues E Del Rhythm'N'Blues.

Harp, Vocals – Sugar Blue. Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Longineu Parsons (tracks: 1,2,3,4,5,6). Matrix, Runout: FDC 5520 MPO 01 @. Distribution Code: ADE 664. Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL.

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His next album, Blue Blazes, was released in 1994 He played on the album Down Too Long, by Southside Denny and the Skintones, in 1988. Writing in the Chicago Tribune, music critic Howard Reich said, "There's no mistaking Sugar Blue incendiary virtuosity. The speed and ferocity of his playing are matched by its inventiveness, with Blue packing nearly every phrase with trills, glissandos, clusters and chords. France, recorded 1979. From Chicago to Paris. Reissue of Crossroads and From Chicago to Paris. The Blues Spectrum of Louisiana Red.

Some of the results were released as ‘Kingdom Jazz’, a live album recorded at the Casino in Cannes. He was also recruited by The Stones to play on their ‘Some Girls’ album, and the worldwide hit single ‘Miss You’ featured Sugar’s up-front harp riff. Sugar toured the world with The Stones and played on their next two albums. This connection helped Sugar to develop his solo career, with his albums ‘Crossroads’ and ‘From Chicago to Paris’. Louisiana Red was also based in Paris, and they recorded two albums together, ‘Red, Funk and Blue’, and ‘King Bee’. After a third album with Red, Sugar relocated to Chicago, where he sat in with harp legends like James Cotton, Shakey Horton and Junior Wells.

Sugar Blue (born James Joshua "Jimmie" Whiting, December 16, 1949, Harlem, New York City) is an American blues harmonica player. He is probably best known for playing on the Rolling Stones' single "Miss You". it's the sound of a musician who transcends the supposed limitations of his instrument. In 1984, Blue's track "Another Man Done Gone", appeared on the compilation album Blues Explosion Blue appeared with Brownie McGhee in the film Angel Heart (1987). His next album, Blue Blazes, was released in 1994

Sugar Blue has since recorded on the Alligator label and is a regular performer in the Chicago area. irresistible aggressiveness an extravagantly lyrical young harmonica player. Biography Grammy Award-winning harmonica virtuoso Sugar Blue is not your typical bluesman. He wasn't raised on a Southern farm or even on the South Side of Chicago - he was raised in Harlem, New York. He recorded on Dixon's Grammy-winning Hidden Charms album in 1989. He has appeared across America, Europe and Africa at many prestigious festivals - Zurich, Den Haag, Antibes, Nice, Cannes, Montreal, Chicago - and has performed on festival stages with classic artists like Muddy Waters, . King, Art Blakey and Lionel Hampton.

Tracklist

Don't Start Me Talkin'
Help Me
Key To The Highway
It's Allright
Cold Blooded Man
Devil Woman
Secret Lover

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KS8251 Sugar Blue From Chicago To Paris ‎(LP) Blue Silver KS8251 France 1982
BS 3012 Sugar Blue From Chicago To Paris ‎(LP, Album) Blue Silver BS 3012 France 1982
DKH 3332 Sugar Blue From Chicago To Paris ‎(LP) Blue Silver DKH 3332 France Unknown