Take It Easy (A Tribute To Pinetop Perkins) - Chris James (17), Patrick Rynn - Barrelhouse Stomp (CD, Album)

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  • After Hours is the debut solo-album of the blues piano player Pinetop Perkins. He is backed by the New York-based blues band, Little Mike and the Tornadoes, using the Chicago blues approach. Released in by Blind Pig Records, the album, produced by Edward Chmelewski and Jerry Del Giudice, featured 12 songs, including blues standards and.
  • Find Pinetop Perkins discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Muddy Waters Tribute Band. Submit Corrections. Pinetop Perkins Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Boogie Woogie King: Evidence After Hours: Blind Pig
  • Back On Top is an album by blues pianist Pinetop Perkins.. Track listing "Anna Lee" "Down in Mississippi" "Kansas City" - Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller "Five Long Years" "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie" - Pinetop Smith "Hi-Heel Sneakers" "How Long, How Long Blues" "Just a Little Bit" "Thinks Like A Million" "Pinetop's Blues".
  • This duo honors blues history & tradition while crafting songs with a contemporary sound & feeling. This album has 3 piano masters – Henry Gray, Aaron Moore & David Maxwell, plus the blazing guitar of Chris James & rock-solid bass of Patrick Rynn. excerpted from BARRELHOUSE STOMP Liner Notes.
  • Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins (July 7, – March 21, ) was an American blues rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.coinfo played with some of the most influential blues and rock-and-roll performers of his time and received numerous honors, including a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into the Blues Hall of Fame.
  • Bluesman Pinetop Perkins, who made a name for himself playing piano with Muddy Waters, among others, died Monday, March 21, at his Austin home. He was In February, Perkins .
  • Mar 22,  · Pinetop Perkins playing in Clarksdale, Mississippi in Then age A nice place to be on a spring day.
  • Feb 14,  · Peppered throughout the album is a handful of fine covers. Big Bill’s “I Feel So Good” arrives early in the set, with the balance clustered near the album’s end. James and Rynn turn Robert Nighthawk’s rollicking “Take It Easy” into a tribute to Pinetop Perkins, with David Maxwell hammering home chorus upon chorus of flying 88s.

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