Meade "Lux" Lewis - Saloons and Honky-Tonks mp3 downloadPerformer: Meade "Lux" Lewis
Title: Saloons and Honky-Tonks
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Meade "Lux" Lewis - Saloons and Honky-Tonks mp3 download
Saloons and Honky-Tonks.
Meade "Lux" Lewis was a great blues/jazz pianist and this is a fine effort from him. Enjoy!
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by Meade "Lux" Lewis. Released: September 24, 2012. 1. Honky Tonk Train Blues.
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Alternate Takes, Live Performances, Sounds, Etc. 1939 to Late 1940s - Студийный альбом от Meade Lux Lewis. В альбом вошло 31 треков.
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Saloons and Honky-Tonks. Gliding from Glendale to Chicago. Meade Lux Lewis 12/2/1992. Boogie-woogie pianist Meade Lux Lewis' next-to-last record was his first recording in five years and his final opportunity to stretch out unaccompanied. This solo Riverside set (reissued by OJC on CD) as usual finds Lewis generally sticking to the blues (with "You Were Meant for Me" and "Fate" being exceptions), mostly performing originals. On a few of the songs Lewis switches effectively to celeste. It apparently only took Meade Lux Lewis two hours to record the full set and the results are quite spontaneous yet well organized, a fine all-around portrait of the veteran pianist in his later period. 1 Hammer Chatter Meade Lux Lewis 4:36. 2 You Were Meant for Me Meade Lux Lewis 2:35. 3 Celeste Bounce Meade Lux Lewis 3:9.
Learn about and follow jazz musician Meade Lux Lewis (Piano) at All About Jazz. The driving left-hand blues style known as boogie-woogie appeared around 1900 It began to surface in saloons, honky-tonks, bawdy houses, and barrelhouses in the South and Midwest around 1912. Barrelhouse became synonymous with boogie-woogie. Music was generally supplied by a single pianist on an instrument in a questionable state of repair.
|1||Honky Tonk Train Blues Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||3:14|
|2||Randini's Boogie Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:15|
|3||Glendale Glide Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:11|
|4||Darktown Strutters Ball||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:35|
|5||St Louis Blues||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:19|
|6||Twelfth Street Rag||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:59|
|7||Birth of the Blues||Meade "Lux" Lewis||3:01|
|8||Fast a Blues Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:27|
|9||Basin Street Blues||Meade "Lux" Lewis||3:10|
|10||Tisho Mingo Blues||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:27|
|11||Tidal Boogie Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||3:11|
|12||Mardi Gras Drag||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:56|
|13||Mike Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:18|
|14||I Aint Gonna Give Nobody My Jellyroll||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:43|
|15||Bugle Call Rag||Meade "Lux" Lewis||1:58|
|16||Jada||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:35|
|17||Someday Sweetheart||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:43|
|18||Lux's Boogie Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:20|
|19||Six Wheel Chaser Meade "Lux" Lewis||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:07|
|20||How Long Blues||Meade "Lux" Lewis||2:37|