domingo, 18 de junio de 2017

GEERT VAN BON

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Geert Van Bon (Netherlands)
Gert Van BonnComing from a house filled with the music of the great boogie woogie and rock 'n roll pianists, Geert caught the boogie bug during a house concert by Dutch master Rob Agerbeek. A "few" years later his influences range from Ammons to Zwingenberger and from Jerry Lee Lewis to some of the Disney evergreens. He has performed at several house concerts in the Netherlands and made a couple of guest appearances while visiting the United States. Geert made his UK debut at last years' UK boogie woogie festival. You can catch Geert at the Swan Inn, playing two sets on Friday, together with a further appearance at the same venue on Saturday morning.



           



Recording made on Saturday, the 2nd of July 2016 during the 12th UK Boogie Woogie Festival in Sturminster Newton at The Exchange.

The Band: Geert van Bon piano; Julian Phillips accordion; Brett Nevill bass; Howard Meyrick sax; Mal Barclay guitar; Rob Pokorny drums





           

viernes, 16 de junio de 2017

EDGAR HAYES

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Edgar Junius Hayes (May 23, 1902 – June 28, 1979)was an American jazz pianist and bandleader.

Born in Lexington, Kentucky, Hayes attended Wilberforce University, where he graduated with a degree in music in the early 1920s. In 1922 he toured with Fess Williams, and formed his own group, the Blue Grass Buddies, in Ohio in 1924. In 1925 he played with Lois Deppe, and later in the decade led the groups Eight Black Pirates and the Symphonic Harmonists.

From 1931 to 1936 Hayes played in and arranged for the Mills Blue Rhythm Band. From 1937 to 1941 Hayes again led his own orchestra; Kenny Clarke was among his sidemen. His most popular recording was a version of the song "Stardust" and the original recording of In the Mood which was later covered by Glenn Miller, both songs were recorded in 1938. He moved to California in 1942, and led a quartet there for most of the decade. Following this he played solo, continuing to perform live into the 1970s. Hayes recorded under his own name in 1937-38, 1946, 1947, 1948, and 1960. He died in San Bernardino, California, in 1979.





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domingo, 4 de junio de 2017

ANN RABSON

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    ANN RABSON era cantante, guitarrista y pianista perteneció al trío SAFFIRE con el cual grabó un Cd. que tuvo una repercusión notable,si bien ella se dedicó casi por completo al Blues., el Boogie Woogie también entraba dentro de sus planes como podéis ver en los videos que os hemos preparado , hoy dedicamos el IT'S A BOOGIE WOOGIE TIME de los domingos por la tarde a su memoria, fué una mujer muy vitalista , como podéis ver en la foto que hasta el último momento demostró sus ganas de vivir , cantar y tocar la música que le gustaba. 

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Ann Rabson (12 de abril de 1945 - 30 de enero de 2013)1 2 fue una cantante de blues, pianista y guitarrista estadounidense. Ella reprodujo múscia como solista, y firmó con Alligator Records, y fue miembro de Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women, una banda de blues acústico que se separó amistosamente en 2009.

Nació en Nueva York en 1945, Rabson reprodujo y cantó el blues profesionalmente desde 1962. También actuó como solista y con diversas otras bandas. Al igual que sus contemporáneos Rory Block y Bonnie Raitt, Rabson fue clasificada como una importante mujer del blues moderno que ha traído un crossover enormemente atractivo al género.1 Ella había sido nominada ocho veces para un Blues Music Award (antiguamente WC Handy Award) como Artista de Blues Tradicional Femenina del Año.3 Su primer álbum en solitario, Music Makin' Mama, fue nominado como Álbum del Año, tanto en las categorías de blues tradicional y blues acústico, y su composición "Elevator Man" fue nominada como Canción del Año.

Rabson murió el 30 de enero de 2013, en Fredericksburg, Virginia, después de una larga batalla contra el cáncer. Ella tenía 67 años.











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miércoles, 31 de mayo de 2017

FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE BOOGIE WOOGIE DE LA ROQUEBROU 19ÈME EDITION


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10 agost – 13 agost
10 agost (10:00) - 13 agost (20:00)

Festival International de Boogie Woogie de LaRoquebrou
Rue de la Trémolière, 15150 Laroquebrou
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Entrades disponibles
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jueves, 25 de mayo de 2017

LLUÍS COLOMA AT BOOGIE WOOGIE & BLUES FEST.

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El 8 Septiembre será un honor tocar en la segunda edición del Boogie Woogie Blues Festival en Stockerau Austria, muy cerca de Viena, compartiendo cartel con los maestros Axel Zwingenberger, Martin Pyrker y la legendaria banda austríaca Mojo Blues Band entre otros. Very special event!!

domingo, 21 de mayo de 2017

CHARLIE NORMAN

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    Avui dediquem el BOOGIE WOOGIE TIME dels diumenges a la tarda al gran pianista suec CHARLES NORMAN., un innovador dins del génere sens dubte., dedicat a Jordi Monguillot Ventura  pianista de Boogie Woogie  in memoriam .   (1-6-26/2-5-17 ) 
   




               

Karl-Erik Albert "Charlie" Norman also known as Charles (4 October 1920 – 12 August 2005) was a Swedish musician and entertainer. Norman is regarded as Sweden's leading boogie-woogie piano player in the 1940s, but also an accomplished all-round pianist. He collaborated with other artists such as Alice Babs and Sickan Carlsson. He wrote scores for a number of films and also starred as an actor in several. His boogie-woogie version of Edvard Grieg's Anitra's Dance earned him some notoriety in Norway.
Born in Ludvika in central Sweden,Norman became interested in music at an early age and played the trumpet in his school orchestra. At the time, he was also studying the piano. Norman's parents did not want him to take up a career as a musician without first learning, what they considered, a more a proper trade. To please his parents, he began work as a lathe operator at ASEA.In his spare time he started a dance orchestra where he played the piano. His dance orchestra entered an competition in Borlänge in 1937. Norman's prowess as a pianist was recognized and he was invited to join the Sven Fors Orchestra.

Norman got his first professional job as a musician in the summer of 1937, with the Sven Fors Orchestra at the Societetsrestaurangen ("High Society Restaurant") in Varberg. He made his radio debut in 1938. After that, he worked with orchestra leaders such as Håkan von Eichwald and Seymour Österwall. In 1942, Norman contracted tuberculosis and had to be hospitalized for an extended period of time. While in hospital, Norman began to write arrangements for recording sessions and also prepared a correspondence course in arrangement for dance orchestras.

In 1949, he married Dagny Knutsson.They had a son Lennie and a daughter Lena.


At the beginning of 1940, Norman was already a skilled boogie woogie pianist and this musical genre became the most popular of his compositions and it also became his signature.The boogie woogie style he played in was a success when his first record, Charlies Boogie, was released in 1941.

When Norman re-arranged Edvard Grieg's classical "Anitras Dance" and renamed it "Anitras Dance Boogie" in 1949, it resulted in a major controversy. The Grieg Foundation in Norway were outraged and said that the performance "violated Grieg's artistic copyright" and his record company, Metronome, was forced to withdraw the remaining copies. By then the record had already sold in excess of 10,000 copies and the "Anitras Dance Boogie" became one of the most requested pieces in Norman's repertoire.


Charlie Norman at the piano with Alice Babs and guitarist Roffe Berg in Sikforsen, 19 August 1954.
During the 1940s, Norman made several appearances abroad, including his television debut in Paris in 1947, on a program that also featured the legendary Édith Piaf. In 1949, Norman put together an orchestra to entertain US military personnel at the officer's club in Frankfurt. Starting in 1950, Norman reached a larger audience through his radio shows. He hosted the radio series the Nattugglan (The Night Owl)  followed by The Charlie Norman Show and Charlie In School. In 1951, Norman formed a trio with Rolf Berg and Hasse Burman that toured and performed at a number of venues.

Norman made many recordings with Swedish singer Alice Babs and one of these resulted in Sweden's first gold record. His collaboration with Babs became successful and lasted for years.[5] In 1990, Norman successfully persuaded her to make a comeback after her lengthy retirement to Spain. Norman was one of the artists in the popular radio program Dagens Revy (Today's Revue) along with Gösta Bernhard, Sickan Carlsson and Stig Järrel. In television, Norman contributed to children's programs and the family program Small Town. He wrote many film scores, for both short films and full-length features such as The Pot Travel, You've made your bed... and Dangerous Freedom. He also wrote the score for the American television series, Foreign Intrigue of which 50 episodes were shown in Sweden.

In addition to being a skilled pianist, Norman also had an excellent sense of humour and he has often been compared to Victor Borge. He wrote most of the material he used in shows. During the 1970s and 1980s Norman teamed up with his son, comedian Lennie Norman and Ronnie Gardiner for ten winter seasons on the Canary Islands where they entertained Swedish tourists. Norman also appeared in restaurant shows at the Berns and Bacchi Wapen restaurants in Stockholm, the restaurant Trädgårn in Gothenburg and Kronprinsen in Malmö. In the 1990s, Norman often played with Robert Wells, a great admirer of Norman's.


Norman died on 12 August 2005, in Danderyd, Sweden from skeletal cancer.


              

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miércoles, 17 de mayo de 2017

MERRILL MOORE

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Merrill Everett Moore (26 September 1923 – 14 June 2000) was an American swing and boogie-woogie pianist and bandleader whose style influenced rockabilly music during the 1950s.

He was born in Algona, Iowa, and learned piano as a child. By the age of 12 he was performing occasionally on a Des Moines radio station. After leaving school he joined the Chuck Hall Band, which played in local ballrooms, before serving in the US Navy during World War II. He then married, and moved with his wife to Tucson, Arizona and then San Diego, where he worked as a clothes salesman and performed in clubs, often with guitarist Arkie Geurin. He became a full-time musician in 1950, and formed his own band, the Saddle, Rock and Rhythm Boys, who played boogie-woogie and Western swing at the Buckaroo Club. He signed with Capitol Records in 1952 and recorded a string of singles, the most successful of which was a version of "The House of Blue Lights" in 1953. Ken Nelson of Capitol Records invited him to take part in a national tour, but Jimmy Kennedy, the owner of the Buckaroo Club, refused to allow Moore to break his contract to take part.[1][2][3]

                                 

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According to Steve Huey of Allmusic, Moore's "unique style fused Western swing, boogie-woogie, and early R&B in a melting pot that many critics felt was a distinct influence on rockabilly, especially Jerry Lee Lewis."[1] His music was later highly regarded by rockabilly fans, especially in Europe, although Moore himself said:[3] "We didn't have the idea we were pioneering anything. We were just trying to make a living.... Rock and roll to me was a completely different sound. The rhythm section was incomplete, it was too hard, and it didn't swing...."

                   


Moore continued to record for Capitol in the 1950s, but in 1955 walked out on his contract with Kennedy and moved to Los Angeles. There, he became a regular, along with Tennessee Ernie Ford, on Cliffie Stone's radio program Hometown Jamboree, and also worked as a session pianist for Capitol, appearing on records by Tommy Sands, Johnny Cash, Faron Young, Kay Starr and others. In 1962 he moved back to San Diego, and returned to playing hotels and clubs.[1][2]

He died from cancer in 2000, at the age of 76.



                                 
              






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Artist Biography by Steve Huey in allmusic ! 
Pianist Merrill Moore's unique style fused Western swing, boogie-woogie, and early R&B in a melting pot that many critics felt was a distinct influence on rockabilly, especially Jerry Lee Lewis. Born in Algona, IA, in 1923, Moore began playing the piano at age seven and by 12 was performing on a Des Moines radio station. After high school, he played in a band on the Midwestern ballroom circuit, taking a break to serve in the Navy during World War II. Afterwards, he married his high-school sweetheart and moved to San Diego, where he started playing the club circuit. He got a regular gig with local club kingpin Jimmy Kennedy and put together the Saddle, Rock & Rhythm Boys as his backing band in 1950. Kennedy helped get Moore a record deal with Capitol in 1952, and that year he released his first single, "Big Bug Boogie." 1953's "House of Blue Lights" became a national hit, but Kennedy refused to allow the band to tour or promote the record: He'd signed them to a seven-year deal to play six nights a week and had only gotten them the record contract to increase their local drawing power. Moore continued to record occasional boogies and novelty tunes for Capitol, issuing an extremely rare self-titled EP in 1955. That same year, he walked out on his contract with Kennedy and moved to Los Angeles.

Moore performed regularly on Cliffie Stone's music program Hometown Jamboree and also worked as a session pianist, appearing on records by the likes of Tommy Sands ("Teenage Crush"), Johnny Cash, Faron Young, Hank Thompson, Sonny James, and Kay Starr, among others. He recorded only one more session for Capitol, a selection of instrumentals that wasn't released until 1990 by Bear Family. Moore returned to San Diego in 1962, taking up residency in a hotel lounge. He worked clubs and similar venues for the next couple of decades, sometimes venturing into Nevada and Arizona. A car accident in 1986 put him on hiatus for a few years, but Moore spent most of the '90s playing regularly at Mr. A's in San Diego, leaving in 1998. He lost a battle with cancer on June 14, 200



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domingo, 14 de mayo de 2017

FATS WALLER to J.M.V. in Memoriam ..............

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      Avui fá 12 díes que ja no está aquí, vostè no sabía que cada diumenge recordaba des 
d´aquest modest blog inspirat en vosté mateix i el seu ídol FATS WALLER , les tardes de Boogie Woogie que després de dinar a la nostra modestísima vivenda , alló de café copa , puro i una estoneta de piano, quasi sempre eren les mateixes peçes , pero tant se val........ era com u ritual que mai no podia faltar. Després d´estar més de 23 díes greument malalt a l ´Hospital, sense perdre el seu sentit de l ´humor fins quasibé el darrer instant, retro un petit pero sentit homenatge , enriquit per la seva lliço de vida que ens va donar sobre tot en els darrers temps mai un gest torçat , mai una mala cara i sempre unes mostres d´agraïment que sincerament a mi em valen per a tota una vida de moments viscuts, de bons i molts de dolents també perqué no dir-ho , malgrat tot el meu respecte i entomo la seva darrera lliço com a estímul per continuar sense vosté físicament peró sempre amb el seu record viu . Fins aviat , com podrá veure li poso unes quantes peçes del FATS WALLER amb imatges incloses per tal de completar aquest record d´avui , diumenge a la tarda a la hora de sempre mes o menys ... i que no falti mai .  A REVOIRE !!  

               

               


               


               


               

               


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jueves, 11 de mayo de 2017

VINCE WEBER

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                 IT'S ONLY BOOGIE WOOGIE BUT WE LIKE IT !! See more info  : 
                 http://sentirelblues.blogspot.com.es/search?q=vince+weber+







                                           
           



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martes, 9 de mayo de 2017

UK BOOGIE WOOGIE FESTIVAL 13th Edition

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UK Boogie Woogie poster about to hit the streets - time to get your ticket. You wont want to miss out on the fantastic 2017 programme

viernes, 21 de abril de 2017

LA DIVA & SILVAN ZINGG * BELOVED BOOGIE WOOGIE *

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Brandnew CD "Beloved Boogie Woogie" together with Ladyva Vanessa Gnägi. So happy and proud of this amazing recordings we finished just in time for the Silvan Zingg International Boogie Woogie Festival 

Silvan Zingg and Ladyva (Vanessa Gnägi) present their joint 4-handed Boogie Woogie Piano program. The new album comes out on 22nd April 2017. It's called "BELOVED BOOGIE WOOGIE". It contains all 4-handed pieces, from classics to originals.
Last year in summer, the unique Swiss piano duo between the Ticino Boogie Woogie icon Silvan Zingg and the charming Bernese woman Ladyva was created. The good feeling between both artists on stage is transferred to the audience with joy and happiness.
The musicians were able to celebrate successful performances at festivals in the recent months: e.g. in Spain (Terrassa Boogie & Blues Reunion), France (Marcq-en-Barœul) and Switzerland (Boogie Night Chur).
Their charming interplay is precise, performed with virtuosity and playfulness. The features are harmonically reworked riffs, imaginative improvisations and rousing rhythmic bass riffs.
The next concert of Silvan Zingg and Ladyva will be at the International Boogie Woogie Festival in Lugano. Already for the 16th time, Zingg invites world-class pianists and world-champion Boogie Woogie dancers in Lugano. The program offers more than 24 hours of live-music and dance on three days (21st to 23rd April). The opening will be on Friday with the Gala Dinner at Hotel Eden in Paradiso. Afterwards on Saturday there will be dance classes and piano master-classes. In the evening, the Palazzo dei Congressi in Lugano will be brought to a boil. The finale will take place on the Lago di Lugano with live-music, a great brunch and a stunning view of the surroundings.
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lunes, 10 de abril de 2017

DAVID BOOGIE GIORCELLI

                                 
    Fué a finales del año pasado que el pianista DAVID BOOGIE GIORCELLI., hizo la presentación de su nuevo trabajo discográfico. Un trabajo que como su nombre indica , My Blues & Boogie Woogie Roots, aporta temas tradicionales representativos de los que fueron sus inicios en el mundo de la música . En esta ocasión os ofrecemos uno de las presentaciones del mismo , en esta ocasión en el espacio DISCO 100 de Barcelona. 

It was late last year that the pianist DAVID BOOGIE GIORCELLI., Made the presentation of his new album. A work that, as its name indicates, My Blues & Boogie Woogie Roots, brings traditional themes representative of those that were its beginnings in the world of music. On this occasion we offer you one of the presentations of the same, this time in the space DISCO 100 of Barcelona.

             
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David Giorcelli presentant "My Blues & Boogie Woogie Roots" a Disco100 (31 de desembre de 2016 amb Reginald Vilardell i Oriol Fontanals)


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domingo, 9 de abril de 2017

STEPHANIE TRICK

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    Sunday afternoon it`s a BOOGIE WOOGIE TIME in SENTIR EL BLUES , you know....... 
    today our pleasure to presents STEPHANIE TRICK ! Please enjoy it !! 
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“One of the nicest gifts to arrive on the jazz piano scene in recent times, and we couldn’t be more delighted to welcome her.”
— Dick Hyman

Stephanie Trick “has come to practically dominate the stride piano field,” notes reviewer Jack Rummel. Harlem stride piano, which developed in the 1920s and ’30s, is an orchestral style of two-handed piano playing that not only swings, but is also technically demanding and exciting to watch. Louis Mazetier, a respected interpreter of this genre, writes in the Bulletin of the Hot Club of France that she has “won the esteem of specialists in the genre with wonderful interpretations of stride classics, James P. Johnson, Fats Waller, and Don Lambert (which she learned by ear). She plays these pieces with a punch that is matched by her precise interpretation.”

A classically trained pianist, Stephanie began playing piano at the age of five. During the time between her beginning years and high school, her piano teacher exposed her to early jazz, and the syncopation and swinging rhythm piqued her interest. While in college, it became clear to Stephanie that she wanted to pursue stride and classic jazz styles professionally.

With a swinging approach inspired by second-generation stride pianists such as Dick Hyman, Ralph Sutton, and Dick Wellstood (as well as the original Harlem ticklers, James P. Johnson, Willie “The Lion” Smith, and Fats Waller), and one that includes boogie woogie and blues from the late ‘20s, Stephanie was the 2012 recipient of the prestigious Kobe-Breda Jazz Friendship Award, and has performed in many parts of the United States and Europe in a variety of venues, including the Teatro Dal Verme in Milan, Italy, the KIG Dixieland Festival in Dresden, Germany, the Arbors Records Invitational Jazz Party, the Rochester International Jazz Festival, the Gilmore Keyboard Festival, and the Sacramento Music Festival. In 2008, 2010, and 2014, she was invited to perform at the international Stride & Swing Piano Summit in Boswil, Switzerland.
A serious student, dedicated to classic jazz and the stride piano tradition, she has played with a number of celebrated musicians, including Dick Hyman, Phil Flanigan, Rossano Sportiello, Allan Vaché, Louis Mazetier, Nicki Parrott, and Danny Coots. Graduating from college with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, she was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society at the University of Chicago.

Stephanie frequently performs with her husband, acclaimed pianist Paolo Alderighi, making fresh arrangements of songs from the Swing Era in a four-hands piano duo, and they currently have four albums together (see www.paoloandstephanie.com). In 2014, they played for the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival. Stephanie also enjoys accompanying Grammy-nominated lyricist and vocalist Lorraine Feather in a show that features the music of James P. Johnson and other stride piano composers, set to original lyrics by Feather (see www.nouveaustride.com).

Stephanie has recorded ten albums and one DVD. Her solo “Live” CD was awarded the “New Talent Prize 2011” by the Hot Club of France. (CD track listings, video clips, ordering information, and more may be 





             

Five great musicians sharing the stage at San Diego Thanksgiving Jazz Festival, November 29th, 2014. Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi p, Marty Eggers b, Kevin Dorn d and Chloe Feoranzo cl/sax.



             

Stephanie Trick (born 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri) is an American stride, ragtime and jazz pianist.
Trick began playing piano at the age of five. Her interest outside of classical music began at the age of ten, when her piano teacher introduced her to ragtime.She received her BA degree in music with honors from the University of Chicago in 2009. Trick demonstrates piano performance and composition styles of stride, ragtime and jazz piano from the 1900s to the 1940s. She emphasizes jazz standards, stride and boogie-woogie tunes with an accent on her specialty of Harlem stride.Trick and her husband, pianist Paolo Alderighi, reside in both St. Louis and Milan, Italy, his home town.


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domingo, 2 de abril de 2017

CAMILLE HOWARD

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Sunday afternoon It's a Boogie Woogie Time in SENTIR EL BLUES, you know, hoy adelantamos un poco nuestro time y os proponemos unos momentos con Camille a la hora del vermuth ! ... creédme os va a saber a gloria !!  Please enjoy it.
Una de nuestras pianistas favoritas en uno de los nuestros géneros preferidos , como diría David Boogie Giorcelli....... otro fenomenal pianista de Boogie Woogie .....:   Keep on Boogie !!!!  Yeeeeeahhh !













Camille Howard (March 29, 1914 – March 10, 1993) was an American rhythm and blues pianist and singer, who first came to prominence in Roy Milton's Solid Senders in the 1940s. Her most successful recordings included "R. M. Blues" (as Milton's pianist, 1945), "Thrill Me" (as singer with Milton, 1947), and her own "X-Temporaneous Boogie" (1948).
Life and career

She was born in Galveston, Texas, the daughter of Cecilia (née Hines) and Samuel Browning. Her birth was registered as Deasy Browning, but she grew up using the name Camille Agnes Browning.[1] She learned piano and, during her teens, was a member of a local group, the Cotton Tavern Trio. By 1935 she was performing as a club musician in Galveston, as Camille Browning.

In the early 1940s, as Camille Howard, she moved from Texas to California. By 1943, she became a member of the Roy Milton Trio, who recorded for Lionel Hampton's Hamp-Tone label in 1945.[3] Milton's group then expanded to become a six- or seven-piece band, the Solid Senders, and they were signed by Art Rupe's Juke Box label, which later became Specialty Records. Howard's piano featured on singer and drummer Milton's first hit, "R. M. Blues", recorded in December 1945, on which "she plays seemingly unending, florid melodies with her right hand." The record reached number 2 on the Billboard R&B chart, and number 20 on the pop chart, in early 1946.

The record was the first of many R&B hits for Milton on the Juke Box and Specialty labels. Following its success, Howard also made her first recordings under her own name for the small Pan-American label in 1946. She stayed with Milton's Solid Senders, and was the featured piano player on all their hits through the late 1940s and early 1950s. She was the vocalist on their number 5 R&B hit in 1947, "Thrill Me".

After the success of "Thrill Me", Rupe began promoting her as a solo artist, and she had her first hit under her own name in 1948 with "X-Temporaneous Boogie", which reached number 7 on the R&B chart, and sold close to a quarter of a million copies. The track, a "roaring instrumental" in her characteristic "two-fisted thundering boogie style", was recorded with Milton and bassist Dallas Bartley, and was improvised at the end of her first recording session as leader, late on December 31, 1947; the following day, a ban on recordings imposed by the American Federation of Musicians came into effect.

She continued to play in Milton's band, and Milton was also a member of her Trio for recordings; they may have been married. Her own trio included Winston Williams (bass) and Walter Murden (drums), but she also performed occasionally with Milton, and toured with Jimmy Witherspoon, Little Willie Littlefield, Joe Liggins and others.

As well as continuing to record with Milton, Howard had 14 singles released under her own name by Specialty between 1948 and 1952, including both "storming boogies and sultry ballads".Her R&B chart hits included "You Don't Love Me" (1948), "Fiesta in Old Mexico" (1949), and "Money Blues (If You Ain't Got Money, I Ain't Got No Use For You)" (1951). She also recorded with Witherspoon, Lillie Greenwood, and others.

In early 1953, Howard signed with Federal Records, and released several more singles, but with diminishing success in the face of the growth of rock and roll. She signed with Vee-Jay Records in 1956, and that year toured with Roy Brown, Little Willie John, The 5 Royales, and Joe Tex, but she had no more hits.


She retired from the music business shortly afterwards. She maintained strong religious convictions, and in later years was unwilling to talk about her career in secular music.












Artist Biography by Bill Dahl in allmusic : 

Piano-tinkling chanteuses were quite the rage during the war years. But Camille Howard's two-fisted thundering boogie style, much like her Los Angeles contemporary, Hadda Brooks, was undoubtedly the equivalent of any 88s ace, male or female. Howard was part of the great migration from Texas to the West Coast. She was installed as pianist with drummer Roy Milton & the Solid Senders sometime during World War II, playing on all their early hits for Art Rupe's Juke Box and Specialty labels (notably the groundbreaking "R.M. Blues" in 1945).


Sensing her potential following the success of Milton's 1947 hit "Thrill Me" (with Howard's vocal), Rupe began recording her as a featured artist at the end of the year. Legend has it that Howard's biggest hit, the roaring instrumental "X-Temporaneous Boogie," was improvised at the tail-end of her first date as a leader (its flip, the torch ballad "You Don't Love Me," was a hit in its own right). Howard's vocal abilities were pretty potent too. Her "Fiesta in Old Mexico" was a hit in 1949, while "Money Blues," credited to Camille Howard & Her Boyfriends, registered strong coin in 1951. Howard cranked out storming boogies and sultry ballads for Specialty through 1953, then jumped from Federal to Vee-Jay before landing in Los Angeles for good. Howard's strong religious ties put a stop to her secular music career long ago.





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Camille's Boogie - Roy Milton & His Solid Senders Speciality 510b 78rpm LA 1947. Camille Howard (March 29, 1914 -- March 10, 1993) was born in Galveston, Texas. When in California in the 1940s, she became the featured piano player with Roy Milton's Solid Senders, playing on all their early hits on Juke Box and then Specialty labels. Record label head Art Rupe also began recording her as a solo artiste, with her biggest hit coming with "X-Temporaneous Boogie". She continued to record successfully in the early 1950s, but the growth of rock and roll and her own religious convictions ended her career. upload for fair use and educational use only.

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domingo, 19 de marzo de 2017

Silvan Zingg International Boogie Woogie Festival

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Hoy nuestro It's a Boogie Woogie Time de los domingos por la tarde va dedicado a SILVAN ZINGG y su extraordinario fesival que se celebrará próximamente, con un cartelón impresionante de ALL STAR !! , os  dejamos además con un par de videos del artista . 




                


                  

Konzertmitschnitt der Boogie Night Chur 2017 (full concert) mit Silvan Zingg, dem Silvan Zingg Trio, Ladyva, The Hebbe Sisters, Thorbjørn & Flora (Boogie Woogie Dancing)

lunes, 13 de marzo de 2017

BOOGIE WOOGIE: Jay McShann - Milt Buckner - Joe Turner - Sammy Price - Lloyd Glenn - Willie Mabon

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Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
Honky Tonk Train Blues
Midnight Boogie
Funky Butt Boogie
I Enjoyed Myself In Pau
Boogie Woogie n. 2

domingo, 5 de marzo de 2017

LEONARD CASTON

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It´s a Boogie Woogie Time de los domingos por la tarde en Sentir el Blues os ofrece hoy unas piezas del pianista LEONARD CASTON, que formó junto a Willie Dixon los grupos The Big Three Trio  y The Five Breezes , os ofrecemos una de las piezas que forman el albúm  que podéis oir entero a continuación 




                                                 
            

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Leonard Caston Sr. was born in Sumrall, Mississippi, and raised in Meadville, Mississippi, from age eight. He lived in Chicago from 1934 to 1936 but then moved back to Mississippi after his family relocated to Natchez. He learned to play piano under the influence of Leroy Carr and Art Tatum; he has also credited Andy Kirk, Jimmy Rogers, and his relative Kim Weathersby as stylistic influences.

In 1938 he returned to Chicago, where he met with Mayo Williams, a producer for Decca Records. Williams recorded him in a trio with Eugene Gilmore and Arthur Dixon. Dixon introduced Caston to his brother, Willie Dixon. Caston, Willie Dixon, Jimmy Gilmore, Joe Bell, and Willie Hawthorne then formed the Five Breezes, a group in the style of the Ink Spots. In 1940, Caston recorded his first solo record for Decca, "The Death of Walter Barnes", with Robert Nighthawk on harmonica.

The Five Breezes disbanded in 1941, and Caston began playing in the Rhythm Rascals Trio with Alfred Elkins and Ollie Crawford. The group did USO tours and in 1945 performed at a conference for Dwight Eisenhower, Bernard Montgomery, and Georgy Zhukov. After the war, Caston recorded under his own name and with Roosevelt Sykes and Walter Davis and performed in many studio sessions. He also recorded again with Dixon as the Four Jumps of Jive and the Big Three Trio, playing in both groups with Bernardo Dennis. Ollie Crawford joined this group soon after Dennis's departure. The Big Three Trio recorded for Columbia Records and Okeh Records.

The Big Three Trio's last sides were recorded in 1952, but the group did not officially break up until 1956. Caston continued performing for decades afterwards, reuniting with Dixon to perform in 1984.

Caston released an album, Baby Doo's House Party, shortly before his death of heart disease in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1987.


His son, Leonard Caston, Jr., is an R&B singer and songwriter, who sang with the Radiants, among other endeavors.

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William James "Willie" Dixon (July 1, 1915 – January 29, 1992) was an American blues musician, vocalist, songwriter, arranger and record producer. A Grammy Award winner who was proficient on both the upright bass and the guitar and as a vocalist, he is perhaps best known as one of the most prolific songwriters of his time. Next to Muddy Waters, Dixon is recognized as the most influential person in shaping the post–World War II sound of the Chicago blues.
Dixon's songs have been recorded by countless musicians in many genres as well as by various ensembles in which he participated. A short list of his most famous compositions includes "Hoochie Coochie Man", "I Just Want to Make Love to You", "Little Red Rooster", "My Babe", "Spoonful", and "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover". These tunes were written during the peak of Chess Records, 1950–1965, and performed by Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, and Bo Diddley; they influenced a generation of musicians worldwide.
Dixon also was an important link between the blues and rock and roll, working with Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley in the late 1950s. His songs were covered by some of the biggest artists of more recent times, such as Cream, Jeff Beck, the Doors, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Steppenwolf, Bob Dylan, and Jimi Hendrix. The debut albums by the first six of those artists all feature at least one of his songs, a measure of his influence on rock music.
Dixon was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi, on July 1, 1915. His mother, Daisy, often rhymed things she said, a habit her son imitated. At the age of seven, young Dixon became an admirer of a band that featured pianist Little Brother Montgomery. He sang his first song at Springfield Baptist Church at the age of four Dixon was first introduced to blues when he served time on prison farms in Mississippi as a young teenager. Later in his teens, he learned how to sing harmony from a local carpenter, Theo Phelps, who led a gospel quintet, the Union Jubilee Singers, in which Dixon sang bass; the group regularly performed on the Vicksburg radio station WQBC. He began adapting his poems into songs and even sold some to local music groups.
Dixon left Mississippi for Chicago in 1936. A man of considerable stature, standing 6 and a half feet tall and weighing over 250 pounds, he took up boxing, at which he was successful, winning the Illinois State Golden Gloves Heavyweight Championship (Novice Division) in 1937. He became a professional boxer and worked briefly as Joe Louis's sparring partner, but after four fights he left boxing in a dispute with his manager over money.
In 1939, Dixon was a founding member of the Five Breezes, with Caston, Joe Bell, Gene Gilmore and Willie Hawthorne. The group blended blues, jazz, and vocal harmonies, in the mode of the Ink Spots. Dixon's progress on the upright bass came to an abrupt halt with the advent of World War II, when he refused induction into military service as a conscientious objector and was imprisoned for ten months. He refused to go to war because he would not fight for a nation in which institutionalized racism and racist laws were prevalent. After the war, he formed a group named the Four Jumps of Jive. He then reunited with Caston, forming the Big Three Trio, which went on to record for Columbia Records.
Dixon signed with Chess Records as a recording artist, but he began performing less, being more involved with administrative tasks for the label. By 1951, he was a full-time employee at Chess, where he acted as producer, talent scout, session musician and staff songwriter. He was also a producer for the Chess subsidiary Checker Records. His relationship with Chess was sometimes strained, but he stayed with the label from 1948 to the early 1960s. During this time Dixon's output and influence were prodigious. From late 1956 to early 1959, he worked in a similar capacity for Cobra Records, for which he produced early singles for Otis Rush, Magic Sam, and Buddy Guy. He later recorded for Bluesville Records. From the late 1960s until the mid-1970s, Dixon ran his own record label, Yambo Records, and two subsidiary labels, Supreme and Spoonful. He released his 1971 album, Peace?, on Yambo and also singles by McKinley Mitchell, Lucky Peterson and others.
Dixon is considered one of the key figures in the creation of Chicago blues. He worked with Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Otis Rush, Bo Diddley, Joe Louis Walker, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson, Koko Taylor, Little Milton, Eddie Boyd, Jimmy Witherspoon, Lowell Fulson, Willie Mabon, Memphis Slim, Washboard Sam, Jimmy Rogers, Sam Lay and others.
In December 1964, the Rolling Stones reached No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart with their cover of Dixon's "Little Red Rooster".







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domingo, 26 de febrero de 2017

DAVID BOOGIE GIORCELLI & STER WAX



       Los domingos por la tarde , ya sabéis : IT'S A BOOGIE WOOGIE TIME in Sentir el Blues.Hoy traemos a DAVID BOOGIE GIORCELLI en una de sus recientes actuaciones en el HONKY TONK BLUES BAR de Barcelona., aprovechando que esta tarde vuelve al Templo del Blues de la Ciudad Condal, (  en formato dúo  esta vez ) , tenéis la ocasión de verlo en directo en compañia de STER WAX, los que podáis ir , no lo dudéis ! .... para los que no puedan asistir , aquí tenéis una pequeña muestra de su música : 


         


foto de David Boogie Giorcelli.


Avui/Oggi/Today/Hoy/Ajourd'hui 
Wax & Boogie (acústic)
Honky Tonk Blues Bar 
C/Finlàndia, 45 - 20:30h 
BARRI DE SANTS (BARCELONA)

jueves, 16 de febrero de 2017

The FAMOUS DOOR * Nightclub *

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The Famous Door nightclub stood on Vine Street, Hollywood, some time in the 1930s. Apparently, they were very proud of the fact that Fats Waller came to play there. This Famous Door was a west coast incarnation of the Famous Door jazz nightclub which was at several locations along West 52nd Street in New York.


domingo, 12 de febrero de 2017

BILL WYMAN & CHARLIE WATTS Playing Boogie Woogie !

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    Esta tarde nuestro espacio de Boogie Woogie va dedicado principalmente a BILL WYMAN, y a Charlie Watts, dos músicos que todos conocéis , aunque quizá no en esta faceta !! 

     Como podréis ver en los videos en ambos casos lo hacen acompañando a grandes pianistas de sobra conocidos 

      Ladys and gentlemen Please enjoy !! SUNDAY AFTERNOON It´s a BOOGIE WOOGIE TIME !! 







           




            




             




              

Roll 'Em Pete
Backing Vocals – Beverley Skeete, Linzi Hunter
Bass – Bill Wyman
Drums – Graham Broad
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Terry Taylor (3)
Horns – Frank Mead, Nick Payn
Piano – Axel Zwingenberger
Trumpet – Sid Gould*
Vocals – Mike Sanchez

Written-By – Turner*, Johnson*




domingo, 5 de febrero de 2017

ROBERT ROTH

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Robert Roth és un pianista austríac  de Boogie Woogie de Mieming al Tirol. Després d'una greu malaltia que afortunadsment va superar al 2008  va decidir dedicarse al  boogie woogie i es va fer  pianista.   Autodidacta,  va portar a l'estil de música que està plena de vitalitat i no , només això, sino que  va organitzar  anys més tard el seu propi Festival de Boogie Woogie. 

A la seva ciutat natal de Mieming i des del 2014 a la Vall de l'Inn organitza  sempre a principis d'abril, que anomena com ell mateix  Robert Roth Festival de Boogie. 

             


                                                                                                   
             


                                                                                   
            

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LUCA SESTAK & LUCIEN OISEL * 2015 UK Boogie Woogie Festival *

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    LUCA SESTAK  & LUCIEN OISEL  , ocupan hoy nuestro espacio Sunday afternoon it`s a Boogie Woogie Time in Sentir el Blues., dos de los más jóvenes intérpretes que siguen con la tradición del género ............... 

 

            


Video/Movie Clip recorded at the 11th Annual UK Boogie Woogie Festival, held in the small rural Dorset Town of Sturminster Newton, July 2015.

Two great young pianists Luca Sestak {Germany} and Lucien Oisel {France} showcasing their fantastic piano playing talents at firstly, the Sunday Finale Concert and also the lively late night aftershow session on Saturday night, both at the Royal British Legion in Sturminster Newton.

sábado, 4 de febrero de 2017

DUKE HENDERSON

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Sylvester C. Henderson (April 5, 1925 – April 9, 1973), known as Duke Henderson,was an American blues shouter and jazz singer in the mid-1940s. His styles included West Coast blues and jump blues. In the late 1940s he renounced his past and began broadcasting as a minister and gospel DJ. He eventually became a preacher.


Apparently born in Liberty, Missouri, Henderson lived in Los Angeles, California, from the 1940s.] In 1945, he made his debut recordings with the New York based Apollo label. Jack McVea recommended Henderson to the label, and he was backed on the recording dates by several notable Los Angeles session musicians. These included McVea, Wild Bill Moore and Lucky Thompson (saxophones), Gene Phillips (guitar), Shifty Henry and Charlie Mingus (bass violin), plus Lee Young and Rabon Tarrant (drums). The recordings were not a commercial success and Henderson lost his recording contract with Apollo.

In 1947, Al "Cake" Wichard recorded for Modern Records billed as the Al Wichard Sextette, and featured vocals by Henderson.Henderson subsequently recorded material for a number of labels over several years. His work was released by Globe, Down Beat, Swing Time, Specialty ("Country Girl" b/w "Lucy Brown", October 1952), Modern, and Imperial. Henderson ended up at Flair Records, where his 1953 release, "Hey Mr. Kinsey", was billed as recorded by Big Duke, and displayed a knowledge of the then current thinking on human sexual activity.
Later in the decade, Henderson renounced his past, and commenced broadcasting on XERB billed as Brother Henderson. His ministerial gospel DJ career there was short-lived, although the radio station was later utilised by Wolfman Jack. In the late 1950s Henderson broadcast with KPOP in Los Angeles. After his DJ career, Henderson went on to become a preacher at Bethany Apostle Community Church.

In February 1959, Billboard reported that Proverb Records was being jointly formed by Brother Henderson. By 1964 its subsidiary label, Gospel Corner, was initiated.
Henderson died in Los Angeles in 1973, though some sources state 1972.

In 1994, Delmark issued a compilation CD, containing 20 tracks from Henderson's late 1945 Apollo recordings.


        



             



           

           

miércoles, 1 de febrero de 2017

PETE JOHNSON


Curiosamente  PETE JOHNSON uno de los " Monstruos " del Boogie Woogie no tiene ningún post en este Blog dedicado al género, ( como alguno más de sus colegas ) si en cambio lo podéis encontrar en  www.sentirelblues.blogspot.com . Hoy le dedicamos el lugar que se merece en Boogie Woogie Time ! .



               


                 

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Pete Johnson (born Kermit H. Johnson, March 25, 1904 – March 23, 1967) was an American boogie-woogie and jazz pianist.

Journalist Tony Russell stated in his book The Blues – From Robert Johnson to Robert Cray that "Johnson shared with the other members of the 'Boogie Woogie Trio' the technical virtuosity and melodic fertility that can make this the most exciting of all piano music styles, but he was more comfortable than Meade Lux Lewis in a band setting; and as an accompanist, unlike Lewis or Albert Ammons, he could sparkle but not outshine his singing partner".Fellow journalist Scott Yanow (Allmusic) added "Johnson was one of the three great boogie-woogie pianists (along with Lewis and Ammons) whose sudden prominence in the late 1930s helped make the style very popular".


Johnson was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He was raised by his mother after his father deserted the family. Things got so bad financially, Pete was placed in an orphanage when he was three. He became so homesick, however, that he ran away and returned living at home. By the age of 12, he sought out work to ease some of the financial burden at home. He worked various jobs; in a factory, a print shop, and as a shoe-shiner. He dropped out of school in the fifth grade as a result of his efforts.
Johnson began his musical career in 1922 as a drummer in Kansas City. He began piano about the same time he was learning the drums. His early piano practices took place in a church, where he was working as a water boy for a construction company. From 1926 to 1938 he worked as a pianist, often working with Big Joe Turner. An encounter with record producer John Hammond in 1936 led to an engagement at the Famous Door in New York City. In 1938 Johnson and Turner appeared in the From Spirituals to Swing concert at Carnegie Hall. After this show the popularity of the boogie-woogie style was on the upswing. Johnson worked locally and toured and recorded with Turner, Meade Lux Lewis, and Albert Ammons during this period. Lewis, Ammons, and Johnson appeared in the film short Boogie-Woogie Dream in 1941.

The song "Roll 'Em Pete" (composed by Johnson and Turner), featuring Turner on vocals and Johnson on piano, was one of the first rock and roll records. Another self-referential title was their "Johnson and Turner Blues." In 1949, he also wrote and recorded "Rocket 88 Boogie," a two-sided instrumental, which influenced the 1951 Ike Turner hit, "Rocket 88".

In the late 1940s, Johnson recorded an early concept album, House Rent Party, in which he starts out playing alone, supposedly in a new empty house, and is joined there by J. C. Higgenbotham, J. C. Heard, and other Kansas City players. Each has a solo single backed by Johnson, and then the whole group plays a jam session together. On this album Johnson shows his considerable command of stride piano and his ability to work with a group.

At a nightclub in Niagara Falls, the piano was on a platform above the bar, and Johnson had to climb a ladder to get there.

In 1950 he moved to Buffalo. He encountered some health and financial problems in this period, including losing part of a finger in an accident and being partially paralyzed by a stroke. Between January and October 1953 he was employed by an ice cream company washing trucks, but supplemented his income by performing in a trio which played at the Bamboo Room in Buffalo on weekends. Johnson experienced more of the same the following year, 1954. He washed cars at a mortuary for $25 a week. In July, however, a nice job came his way at the St. Louis Forest Park Hotel, a six-week engagement as resident pianist at the Circus Snack Bar. Some broadcasts were made on Saturday afternoons in a program called Saturday at the Chase. Johnson was also privately recorded July 20 and August 1 at a pair of house parties arranged at the home of Bill Atkinson, a close friend (in print as of this writing). Things remained somewhat bleak for the next four years, except for three appearances in 1955 at the Berkshire Music Barn in Lenox, MA. But he continued to record, and toured Europe in 1958 with the Jazz at the Philharmonic ensemble, despite the fact that he was not feeling well.While in Europe he received an invitation to appear at the Newport Jazz Festival, which he did upon his return to the States, accompanying Big Joe Turner, Chuck Berry and Big Maybelle. Johnson underwent a physical examination in August which revealed a heart condition as well as diabetes. Several strokes followed, resulting in complete loss of mobility in both hands. Four years after the series of strokes he was still disabled and was beginning to lose his eyesight. Jazz Report magazine ran a series of record auctions to raise money for Pete. In 1964, a longtime correspondent of Johnson's, Hans Maurer, published The Pete Johnson Story. All sales proceeds went to Pete. After an article appeared in a 1964 issue of Blues Unlimited detailing Johnson's difficulty in receiving royalty payments other than from Blue Note and Victor, in June Pete was accepted as a member of ASCAP, which finally ensured that some of the royalties would be received on a regular basis.

His final live appearance was the Spirituals to Swing concert at Carnegie Hall in January 1967, his eighth and final appearance at this event. A review of the concert by Dan Morgenstern of Down Beat: "Then for the concert's most moving moment, Lieberson (the MC) escorted Pete Johnson on stage and introduced him as one of the participants in the original Spirituals to Swing and the greatest boogie-woogie pianist. Johnson had suffered a series of paralytic strokes and had not played piano for many years. His old buddy, Turner, took him by the hand, and for a moment the two middle-aged men looked touchingly like little boys. Turner dedicated 'Roll 'Em Pete' to his old friend, as Lieberson and Johnson were about to leave the stage. Instead, they stopped and the pianist seated himself next to Bryant at the piano and began to play the treble part of his old showpiece, Bryant handling the bass. Johnson was a bit shaky but game, gaining in confidence as the number built in intensity." Pete Johnson died two months later in Meyer Hospital, Buffalo, New York, in March 1967, at the age of 62 

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