Sunday, October 13, 2013

Champion Jack Dupree - Blues for Everybody - 1990


Although Dupree seldom paused at any one label for very long, the piano pounder did hang around at Cincinnati-based King Records from 1951 to 1955 -- long enough to wax the 20 sides comprising this set and a few more that regrettably aren't aboard. By this time, Dupree was a seasoned R&B artist, storming through "Let the Doorbell Ring" and "Mail Order Woman" and emphasizing his speech impediment on "Harelip Blues" (one of those not-for-the-politically correct numbers). Most of these tracks were done in New York; sidemen include guitarist Mickey Baker and saxist Willis Jackson

1.Heartbreaking Woman
2.Watchin' My Stuff
3.Ain't No Meat on the Bone
4.The Blues Got Me Rockin'
5.Tongue Tied Blues
6.Please Tell Me Baby
7.Harelip Blues
8.Two Below Zero
9.Let the Doorbell Ring
10.Blues for Everybody
11.That's My Pa
12.She Cooks Me Cabbage
13.Failing Health Blues
14.Stumbling Block
15.Mail Order Woman
16.Silent Partner
17.House Rent Party
18.Rub a Little Boogie
19.Walking The Blues
20.Daybreak Rock

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