Henri will release Boogie Woogie Piano with a launch party on April 1 2018 at The Green Note in Camden, followed by a worldwide digital release on April 6 2018. Herbert will also perform at The Club Foot in Harlow with fellow boogie man Chas Hodges on 29th March 2018, accompanying a screening of Instrument of Change, a documentary about street pianos featuring Henri, Chas and Jools Holland. He will also return to the USA and tour Europe with his band Henri Herbert and The Fury.
Print and download in PDF or MIDI Boogie-Woogie. This was first made as part of a project in Year seven, and the success of this piece as a composition and performance was what made me start composing. Ironically, this piece is actually too hard for me to play - it would take me several weeks to get the hang of this, but if I do I will upload me playing this piece on YouTube. No, give me more info.
Boogie Woogie is a compilation album containing four 10-inch, 78 rpm records of Boogie-woogie music. The songs on the album were recorded over a period of three years from 1936 to 1939, then released in 1941 on this compilation album by Columbia Records (C44). Artists featured on the album include Harry James, Count Basie, Big Joe Turner, and the three prominent boogie-woogie pianists of the time, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson, and Meade Lux Lewis.
Album · 2008 · 113 Songs. Piano Boogie Woogie Vol. 2 Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. Joe Morris & Johnny Griffin.
Songs from Piano Boogie Woogie Vol. 2 by Abe Lyman, Albert Ammons.
Mel Pike Boogie Woogie Set - Piano Boogie France LP 1974 /4. Pre-owned. A Portrait Of Boogie Woogie Piano (2 x CD Album) Used very good.
His piano work on "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie," "Pinetop's Blues," and "Jump Steady Blues," proves definitely that he WaS master of the boogie style as no other pianist has been until the advent of Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, and Pete Johnson in recent years. Charles Delaunay, brilliant French writer and scholar, lists Pinetop in his "Hot Discography" as having made several records with a blues-singer named "Lindberg" on the Bluebird label. Pinetop Smith occupies a place in the history of boogie woogie similar to that held by W. C. Handy in the history of the blues. Handy was the first to codify that style and set it down on paper. He is rightfully known as the "Father of the Blues," although he did not actually create the style.
|A2||The Sting (Boogie)|
|A4||Boogie For Pierrette|
|A6||American Patrol Boogie|
|B1||Boogie Des Enfants|
|B4||Carnaval De Venise Boogie|
|B5||Santa Lucia Boogie|
|B6||Tchip Tchip (Boogie)|
|B7||In The Mood (Boogie)|