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  1. Jull

    The R&B pioneers of the s, who also recorded in the 50s, could be qualified - names like Louis Jordan, Lionel Hampton, Johnny Otis, and Wynonie Mr. Blues Harris; and certainly the great pianists Roosevelt the Honeydripper Sykes, Champion Jack Dupree, Memphis Slim, et al.
  2. Samukree

    Georges Brassens: Chanson Pour L'auvergnat: Jilted John: Going Steady: The Durutti Column: Lips That Would Kiss: Derrick Morgan: Moon Hop: Nelson Riddle: Hasta Luego: The Pursuit.
  3. Vilkis

    Union, NJ, Newark State College - CDr - Lineage: 3rd gen cassette > wav > flac - Transferred on Pioneer CT-S Stereo Cassette Deck > Harmon Kardon Stereo Reciever > Creative X-Fi Soundblaster 1. Going Up The Country [beginning cut] - 2. Framed - 3. Let's Work Together - .
  4. Bradal

    Roosevelt Sykes Headstone Benefit ROOSEVELT SYKES IS a name everyone in St. Louis should know. “The Honeydripper” is one of the most important, influential, versatile, and virtuoso blues.
  5. Kagazahn

    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Roosevelt Sykes - The Honeydripper at Discogs. Complete your Roosevelt Sykes collection/5.
  6. Zulkilmaran

    Juno Records Blues bestsellers chart 2 This Week. Review: A powerful Stax flashback of two tracks from Arkansas soul don Taylor's debut album Wanted One Soul giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.coinfo covered by the likes of Lou Rawls, "Ain't That Loving You" is heartfelt bluesy ballad with a sultry swagger and serious yearning on the choruses while the even rarer "Blues In The Night" closes the B on a super-tight floor.
  7. Daizil

    - The Honeydripper * Roosevelt Sykes - Number Nine - Set The Meat Outdoors - Miss Ida B. - She Ain't For Nobody The Bluesville Years, Vol. 11 "Blues is A Heart's Sorrow" Roosevelt Sykes - I Hate To Be Alone - Selfish Woman Sunnyland Slim - Everytime I Get To Drinking Mercy Dee Walton - Pity And A Shame Jimmy Witherspoon - I'll Go.
  8. Tokinos

    w/Roosevelt Sykes: Double-Barreled Boogie [, Sunnyside], B+(*) Boogie Woogie [, Sunnyside], A– Big Maceo Merriweather (–53) Big Maceo: The Bluebird Recordings – [–42, RCA], A– Big Maceo: The Victor/Bluebird Recordings – [–47, RCA], A– Amos Milburn (–80).

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