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Roosevelt Sykes - Barrelhouse Blues & Stomps mp3 download

Performer: Roosevelt Sykes
Title: Barrelhouse Blues & Stomps
Style: Acoustic Chicago Blues,Piano Blues,Regional Blues,Acoustic Blues,St. Louis Blues
Released: 1979
Size MP3 version: 1278 mb
Size FLAC version: 1151 mb
Size WMA version: 1632 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 115
Genre: Blues

Roosevelt Sykes - Barrelhouse Blues & Stomps mp3 download

Barrelhouse Blues & Stomps.

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Various ‎– Barrelhouse Blues & Stomps Vo. Label: Euphonic Sound Recordings ‎– ESR-1205. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation. A4. –John Bentley (5), Roosevelt Sykes. Over At Hattie's Barrelhouse. Baby Grand Piano – John Bentley (2). A5. –James "Stump" Johnson. The Snitcher's Blues. Piano – James Johnson (8).

Play Barrelhouse Blues album songs MP3 by Roosevelt Sykes and download Barrelhouse Blues songs on Gaana. Released by Dobre Records May 2011 16 Tracks.

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Roosevelt Sykes (January 31, 1906 – July 17, 1983) was an American blues musician, also known as "The Honeydripper". Sykes was born in Elmar, Arkansas, and grew up near Helena. At age 15, he went on the road playing piano in a barrelhouse style of blues. Like many bluesmen of his time, he travelled around playing to all-male audiences in sawmill, turpentine and levee camps along the Mississippi River, gathering a repertoire of raw, sexually explicit material

Don't Care Blues, 02:08. Ran the Blues Out of My Window, 02:59. All My Money's Gone, 03:06. Woman in Elaine, Arkansas, 02:26.

Roosevelt Sykes is one of those blues artists who have been largely forgotten. I have to admit I'd never heard of Roosevelt Sykes before reading Wald's book. But during the 1930s and 1940s, Roosevelt Sykes was one of the major blues piano players. I bought a few of Sykes' 1960s albums, "Blues By Roosevelt" and "The Honeydrippers Ball" after reading Wald's book  . But releasing an album with only 26 minutes on music on it is poor marketing in this day and age. Especially with an artist like Roosevelt Sykes whose recorded output was quite prolific. Roosevelt Sykes was a great musician and deserves more recognition that he currently has.


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