Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

Document Records
Boogie Woogie & Barrelhouse Piano Vol 2 1928 - 1930

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Bob Call
Raymond Barrow
Piano Kid Edwards
Rudy Foster
Blind Leroy Garnett
Marie Griffin
Romeo Nelson
James 'Boodle It' Wiggins


Bob Call
01 - Keep a-knockin` an you can`t get in
02 - Evil woman blues
03 - 31 blues

Raymond Barrow
04 - Walking blues

Blind Leroy Garnett
05 - My lovin` blues
06 - Weary-heart blues
07 - Chain `em down
08 - Louisiana glide
09 - Forty-four blues
10 - Frisco bound
11 - What do you think this is?
12 - Blue and disgusted

James 'Boodle It' Wiggins
13 - Corinne Corinna blues
14 - Gotta shave `em dry

Romeo Nelson
15 - Head rag hop
16 - Gettin` dirty just shakin` that thing
17 - Dyin` rider blues
18 - 11.29 blues (The Midnight Special)

Rudy Foster
19 - Black gal makes thunder
20 - Corn trimmer blues

Piano Kid Edwards
21 - Gamblin` mans prayer blues
22 - Hard luck gamblin` man
23 - Piano Kid special
24 - Give us another jug

Various artists

Genres: Boogie Woogie Piano, Barrelhouse Piano, Blues Piano.
Informative booklet notes by Mike Rowe.
Detailed discography.
As with the Document Records CD St. Louis Barrelhouse Piano (DOCD-5104) very little is known of the pianists on this CD. Only Romeo Nelson, through two brief interviews, emerges from the shadows. He recorded with Tampa Red in 1929, played with Pine Top Smith and Clarence Lofton. Gettin' Dirty was a marvellous close cousin to the Dozens and another obvious rent-party piece. Dyin' Rider Blues, by contrast, was a macabre blues and 1129, a jaunty version, oddly, of The Midnight Special. Rudy Foster is known only through the few tracks here, which are heavy, inventive and typical of the boogies of the northern triangle of Chicago, Detroit, and Indianapolis. Piano Kid Edward's tracks provide a contrast with his explosion of ragtime and stride piano.
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