Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

"Document 7000 Series "

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Great Boogie Woogie News 1993 - 1995

The foundation for the classic boogie woogie piano style was layed in the 1920s by blues pianists such as Jimmy Bfythe, Jimmy Yancey and Pinetop Smith. A little later, boogie woogie reached its peak with Albert Amnions, Meade Lux Lewis, both from Chicago, and Pete Johnson from Kansas City.


Sister Shirley & her New Orleans All Stars 1998


Sister Shirley Sydnor & Erik Trauner


Tibor Grasser Kansas - City Bounce 1998


Peter Kern Young & Restless 1998


Zipflo Weinrich Group 1999


Frank Muschalle Live



Papa Charlie Done Sung That Song - Celebrating The music Of Charlie Jackson

Celebrating the Music of Papa Charlie Jackson

Cary Moskovitz
Jen Maurer
Adam Tanner
Dom Flemons
Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton

Double CD.

New interpretations of 15 Papa Charlie songs plus the re-mastered originals.
16-page booklet contains a biography of Jackson written by Jas Obrect.

This two-disc set is a milestone project for Document Records and for aficionados of traditional blues and related music of the early 20th century. For Document, it is exceptional in containing material by living musicians, a rarity for our label and the first of such recordings for Document’s 7000 series since 1999. For music lovers, it contains both the first-ever recorded tribute to Papa Charlie Jackson (Disc 1) and the first selected compilation of Papa Charlie’s music since vinyl (Disc 2).

Continued with links to the "Papa" Charlie Jackson project website and Facebook page.



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