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Champion Jack Dupree - The Women Blues (1961)

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Champion Jack Dupree - The Women Blues (1961)

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01 - Ain't That A Shame
02 - Talk To Me Baby
03 - Tell Me When
04 - Old Woman Blues
05 - Hard Feelings Blues
06 - Bus Station Blues
07 - Rattlesnake Boogie
08 - Black Wolf Blues
09 - Jail House
10 - Come Back Baby
11 - My Way To Moe Asch

Champion Jack Dupree - vocals, piano
Chris Lange -  guitar
Fritz Ruegg - bass
Bobby Reutwiler – washboard

 

Orphaned at age 2, William Thomas Dupree grew up in the same New Orleans boys’ home where Louis Armstrong first played the cornet. Continuing his music education with barrelhouse piano musicians, Dupree became known for his gritty yet soulful piano blues and boogie–woogie style. During the Depression, he started boxing for a living and earned the nickname “Champion Jack,” which stuck with him for the rest of his life. Here, Dupree’s theme is clear: “Bad women and good women. Hard times… hot hands, and hot music.” --- folkways.si.edu

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