Champion Jack Dupree - Champion Jack Dupree Sings The Blues download mp3 album
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A domestic no-frills collection of Champion Jack Dupree's aforementioned King label material, albeit containing fewer tracks and little in the way of annotation - but you can't argue with the wonderful music therein!
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Tracklist: 1. You Can Make It If You Try, 2. Cryin’ Woman Blues, 3. Schoolday Blues, 4. Free And Equal, 5. Carolina Sunrise, 6. My Heart Beats For You, 7. I Love To Be With You, 8. When A Young Girl Is 18, 9. Broken Hearted Blues, 10. Trouble Trouble, 11. I Ain’t Goin’ To Be Your Low Down Do. 1. You Can Make It If You Try. 2. Cryin’ Woman Blues.
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Listen to music from Champion Jack Dupree like Junker's Blues, Evil Woman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Champion Jack Dupree. He was the embodiment of the New Orleans blues and boogie woogie pianist. On his best known album, Blues from the Gutter, for Atlantic in 1959, he was accompanied on guitar by Larry Dale, whose playing on that record inspired Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones.
Champion Jack Dupree. Orphaned at age 2, William Thomas Dupree grew up in the same New Orleans boys’ home where Louis Armstrong first played the cornet. Continuing his music education with barrelhouse piano musicians, Dupree became known for his gritty yet soulful piano blues and boogie–woogie style. During the Depression, he started boxing for a living and earned the nickname Champion Jack, which stuck with him for the rest of his life. Here, Dupree’s theme is clear: Bad women and good women. Hard time. ot hands, and hot music.