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Juke joint jump a boogie woogie celebration.

Juke joint jump [sound recording] : a boogie woogie celebration.
New York : Columbia : Legacy : Conqueror, p1996.

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AudioUse in library *LDC 15979 (F)Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound


Additional Authors
  • Memphis Slim.
  • Slack, Freddie.
  • Weaver, Curley, 1906-1962.
  • Moore, Clarence.
  • Spand, Charlie.
  • Johnson, Pete, 1904-
  • Lewis, Meade, 1905-1964.
  • Ammons, Albert, 1907-1949.
  • Thompson, Charles, 1891-1964.
  • Saunders, Red.
  • Turner, Joe, 1911-
  • Dupree, Champion Jack, 1910-
  • James, Harry, 1916-1983.
  • Frazier, Calvin.
  • Yancey, Jimmy, 1894?-1951.
  • Smith, Willie.
  • Tatum, Art, 1910-1956.
  • Will Bradley Trio. prf
  • Boogie Woogie Boys (Musical group). prf
  • Red Saunders Orchestra. prf
  • Boogie Woogie Trio (Musical group). prf
  • Adrian Rollini Trio (Musical group). prf
1 sound disc : digital, chiefly mono; 4 3/4 in.
Series Statement
Roots n' blues
  • Compact disc.
  • Discographical information and program notes (7 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded at various locations between 1931 and 1961.
Panic Street (Memphis Slim) -- Down the road a piece (Freddie Slack ; Will Bradley Trio) -- Baby boogie woogie (Curley Weaver ; Clarence Moore) -- Soon this morning no. 2 (Charlie Spand) -- Boogie woogie prayer, part 1 ; Boogie woogie prayer, part 2 (Boogie Woogie Boys: Pete Johnson, Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons) -- Mister Boogie (Sir Charles Thompson) -- Honky tonk train blues (Red Saunders & his orchestra) -- Roll 'em Pete (Pete Johnson ; Big Joe Turner) -- Dupree shake dance (Champion Jack Dupree) -- Boo woo (Harry James ; Boogie Woogie Trio) -- Shout for joy (Albert Ammons) -- Boogie woogie (Calvini Frazier) -- Honky tonk train blues (Adrian Rollini Trio) -- Old quaker blues (Jimmy Yancey) -- I love you baby boogie (Willie "Long Time" Smith) -- Boogie woogie (Pete Johnson) -- Tatum pole boogie (Art Tatum).
Call Number
*LDC 15979 (F)
Juke joint jump [sound recording] : a boogie woogie celebration.
New York : Columbia : Legacy : Conqueror, p1996.
Roots n' blues
Various performers.
Recorded at various locations between 1931 and 1961.
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Added Author
Memphis Slim. Performer
Slack, Freddie. Performer
Weaver, Curley, 1906-1962. Performer
Moore, Clarence. Performer
Spand, Charlie. Performer
Johnson, Pete, 1904- Performer
Lewis, Meade, 1905-1964. Performer
Ammons, Albert, 1907-1949. Performer
Thompson, Charles, 1891-1964. Performer
Saunders, Red. Performer
Turner, Joe, 1911- Performer
Dupree, Champion Jack, 1910- Performer
James, Harry, 1916-1983. Performer
Frazier, Calvin. Performer
Yancey, Jimmy, 1894?-1951. Performer
Smith, Willie. Performer
Tatum, Art, 1910-1956. Performer
Will Bradley Trio. Performer
Boogie Woogie Boys (Musical group). Performer
Red Saunders Orchestra. Performer
Boogie Woogie Trio (Musical group). Performer
Adrian Rollini Trio (Musical group). Performer
Publisher No.
Columbia/Legacy/Conqueror CK 64988
Research Call Number
*LDC 15979 (F) Notes on file.
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