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Failing Health Blues - Champion Jack Dupree - Champion Jack Dupree Sings The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blues For Everybody on Discogs. Label: King Records (3) - KS • Series: Blues Master Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Louisiana Blues.
  2. Aug 11,  · Champion Jack Dupree - Walkin The Blues - Duration: Fred Davidson 29, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Champion Jack Dupree Junker's Blues YouTube.
  3. Although Dupree seldom paused at any one label for very long, the piano pounder did hang around at Cincinnati-based King Records from to -- long enough to wax the 20 sides comprising this set and a few more that regrettably aren't aboard. By this time, Dupree was a seasoned R&B artist, storming through "Let the Doorbell Ring" and "Mail Order Woman" and .
  4. 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.” Liner notes include lyrics, photos, and an introduction by Charles Edward Smith. Track Listing.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Champion Jack Dupree Sings The Blues on Discogs.5/5(2).
  6. Blues LP CHAMPION JACK DUPREE Champion Of The Blues ATLANTIC (Canada, ) Favourite Auctions.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Champion Jack Dupree - Champion Jack Dupree Sings The Blues at Discogs. Complete your Champion Jack Dupree collection/5(8).
  8. Dec 16,  · From King Curtis & Champion Jack Dupree Live from Montreux June 17th with Cornell Dupree on guitar, Jerry Jemmott on bass and Oliver Jackson on drums. Filmed two months before King Curtis.
  9. The nickname ‘Champion Jack’ came from his career as a boxer. The first of a notable wave of top American blues pianists to emigrate to Europe, Dupree managed, perhaps better than any of the other expatriate bluesmen, to infuse his work on the continent (both live on and record) with a continuing sense of freshness and vitality.

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