Louis Blues Ace is a jazz related blues music album recording by HENRY TOWNSEND released in 1996 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano – Henry Townsend. Swingmaster – CD 2202 (Netherlands). Recording info: Tracks 8, 11 recorded on August 11, 1981 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Tracks 2, 13 and 15 recorded on August 12, 1981 in St. Track 4 recorded on August 15, 1981 in St. Tracks 5 and 7 recorded on March 21, 1983 at Archway Sound Studio in St.
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Legendary St. Louis bluesmen Roosevelt Sykes and Henry Townsend met in the mid-1920s when Townsend was looking to learn the piano to augment his guitar playing. It was the local Sykes brothers, specifically barrelhouse-style pianist, Roosevelt who gave Townsend the pointers he was looking for on the keys. The two started a lifelong friendship as well as a professional relationship. By the late ’20s Sykes’ records were selling nationally and he became a star whose services were being pursued by many record labels
Louis Blues is a 1958 album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Nelson Riddle. Louis Blues was the soundtrack to the film of the same name that starred Cole. The Billboard album chart placed the disc at a peak position of Overture (Introducing Love Theme)/"Hesitating Blues" – 3:08. Harlem Blues" – 1:51. Chantez Les Bas" – 2:35. Friendless Blues" (Mercedes Gilbert) – 3:15. Stay" (Andy Razaf) – 2:37. Joe Turner's Blues" (Walter Hirsch) – 2:40. Beale Street Blues" – 2:56.
Louis Blues tends to be a variation on jump blues or piano blues, featuring solo singers or a pianist performing with small combos or large bands. It has an urban feeling, with little of the rural atmosphere that distinguishes country-blues. Overview . Artists . Albums . Songs . Louis Blues Artists Highlights.
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St. Louis was a big Blues town in the 20s and 30s, and Mississippi born Henry was at the epicentre of the scene there. A fine singer, he recorded with his open-tuned slide guitar for Columbia in 1929 and Paramount in 1931. He taught himself to play piano and became one of the city’s most versatile performers. Henry was a stalwart of the club scene in St. Louis for many decades, where his stubborn personality gained him the nick-name ‘Mule’. His services were in high demand as a session man, most notably backing pianist Walter Davis on at least 100 tracks
Album · 2009 · 100 Songs. Louis Blues. Sam Brooks & Willie Walker. Original Stack O'Lee Blues. Little Harvey Hull & "Long Cleve" Reed.
band performing St Louis blues typically consists of one or a few singers, a pianist and a few other musical instruments used primarily for rhythm, but it is also common for a guitarist to take the lead, even to play parts normally played on piano. St Louis Blues song" for the W C Handy song. St Louis Blues" for the hockey team.
|3||Come On In My House||3:54|
|4||All My Money Gone||3:31|
|5||Old Clock Tickin'||4:19|
|7||Why We Love Each Other||3:59|
|8||Going Down Slow||3:15|
|10||Rollin and Tumblin||4:16|
|12||When The Sun Rise||3:58|
|13||I Cry All Night||2:57|
|14||Got To Go||3:49|
|15||Moanin' And Cryin'||2:48|
|16||I'm Sorry My Heart||5:30|
- Guitar – Henry Townsend (tracks: Odd-numbered tracks)
- Piano – Henry Townsend (tracks: Even-numbered tracks)
- Vocals – Henry Townsend (tracks: 1-7 & 9-17), Vernell Townsend (tracks: 7, 8)
NotesTracks 1, 3, 7, 11 & 13 recorded in Lienz, Austria on November 7, 1980
Tracks 2, 5, 6, 8, 12, 15 & 17 recorded in Linz, Austria on November 6, 1980
Tracks 4, 9, 10, 14 & 16 recorded in Kufstein, Austria on November 8, 1980
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