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Memphis Slim & Roosevelt Sykes - Double-Barreled Boogie (1970)

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Memphis Slim & Roosevelt Sykes - Double-Barreled Boogie (1970)

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01. Introducing The Grinder Man and The Honeydripper
02. Mr. Sykes Blues
03. Roosevelt Sykes meets Memphis Slim in Memphis, Tennessee
04. Eagle Rock
05. Down on Beale Street, "The Midway"
06. Miss Ida B.
07. Talking about Miss Ida B.
08. Going Down Slow
09. Going to Chicago, bootlegging and other things
10. M & S Boogie
11. Talking about the "44 Blues"
12. 44 Blues
13. Improvising new Blues
14. Soft and Mellow
15. Introducing the Churning Man
16. The Churning Man
[2:32] 17. The life of Piano players in the South in the late 1930's
18. 47th Street Boogie
19. Chicago, the life in the Club, Walter Davis
20. M&O Blues
21. The KMA, hoboing and freight trains
22. Roosevelt Daddy's B
23. Lost My Boogie

Memphis Slim - vocals, piano
Roosevelt Sykes - vocals, piano

Recorded 1970, Paris, France.

 

Roosevelt Sykes was a major blues pianist-vocalist since the late 1920s, inspiring Memphis Slim who emerged a decade later. In 1970, they gathered in a recording studio in Paris and the results are both historic and delightful. Sykes and Slim reminisce about the old days, talk about the origin of some of their songs, and joke a bit. Utilizing two pianos, they play together (taking "M & S Boogie" as an instrumental) and alternate vocals. "Lost My Boogie" is added to the original program as a bonus track. The vocals are full of personality and wit but it is the brilliant piano playing that often takes honors. This collaboration even exceeds one's high expectations. A gem. ---Scott Yanow, Rovi

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