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The Piano Blues Vol. 6 - 'Take Your Big Legs Off' Walter Roland 1933-1935 (1978)

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The Piano Blues Vol. 6 - 'Take Your Big Legs Off' Walter Roland 1933-1935 (1978)

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1 	–Jolly Jivers 	Piano Stomp

Piano – Walter Roland
Voice [Speech], Percussion [Tapping] – Sonny Scott

2 	–Walter Roland 	Early This Morning ('Bout Break Of Day)

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

3 	–Lucille Bogan 	Changed Ways Blues

Piano – Walter Roland
Vocals – Lucille Bogan

4 	–Walter Roland 	Back Door Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

5 	–Walter Roland 	Big Mama

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

6 	–Walter Roland 	Red Cross Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

7 	–Lucille Bogan 	B.D. Woman's Blues

Piano – Walter Roland
Vocals – Lucille Bogan

8 	–Jolly Jivers 	Jookit Jookit

Piano – Walter Roland
Voice [Speech] – Sonny Scott

9	–Walter Roland 	House Lady Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

10 	–Walter Roland 	Every Morning Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

11 	–Walter Roland 	Collector Man Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

12 	–Lucille Bogan 	Down In Boogie Alley

Piano – Walter Roland
Vocals – Lucille Bogan
	
13 	–Jolly Jivers 	Watch Gonna Do

Vocals – Lucille Bogan, Sonny Scott
Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

14 	–Walter Roland 	Bad Dream Blues

Vocals, Piano – Walter Roland

15 	–Lucille Bogan 	Stew Meat Blues

Piano – Walter Roland
Vocals – Lucille Bogan

16 	–Jolly Jivers 	Hungry Man's Scuffle

Piano – Walter Roland
Voice [Speech] – Lucille Bogan
Voice [Speech], Percussion [Tapping] – Sonny Scott

 

Despite a relatively prolific recording career which yielded upwards of 40 solo sides in addition to a series of celebrated collaborations with vocalist Lucille Bogan, pianist/singer Walter Roland remains one of the blues' most elusive and mysterious figures. Likely born in or around Birmingham, AL, circa 1900, he first emerged on the city's blues circuit during the 1920s, presumably running in the same circles as the equally enigmatic pianist Jabo Williams; a skilled, versatile pianist whose repertoire ran the gamut from slow, gut-wrenching blues to exuberant boogie-woogies, Roland was also a persuasive vocalist and even a fine guitarist. He went to New York City three times between 1933 and 1935 to record for ARC; during this same period he also accompanied Bogan (by now calling herself Bessie Jackson), additionally recording with Sonny Scott and Josh White. After 1935, however, Roland seems to have dropped off the face of the earth -- his subsequent activities and ultimate fate remain unknown. ---Jason Ankeny, Roi

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