The First Time I Met You - Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order 1930-1936 (CD)

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  1. Complete Recorded Works () by Little Brother Montgomery - CD () for $ from tuiworperscondebascioubidpieneuhapling.coinfo Blues - Order by Phone Brand: Document.
  2. Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works () "Eurreal Wilford "Little Brother" Montgomery (April 18, – September 6, was an American jazz, boogie-woogie and blues pianist and singer. He first went to Chicago from to , where he made his first recordings. From through he led a band in Jackson.
  3. Most of Eurreal Little Brother Montgomery's early works were reissued during the s on a gatefold double-LP that appeared with the RCA Bluebird series, an impressive effort that reintroduced music from the '30s and ‘40s by artists from Bluebird's jazz, blues, and country & western catalogs. When Montgomery's Bluebird two-fer dropped out of circulation, availability became rather dicey 8/
  4. This CD contains his finest recordings. Tracks 1 - 4 date from - 31, and feature some of Montgomery's best known themes, particularly the "44" based "Vicksburg Blues", also claimed by Lee Green and Roosevelt Sykes, and two versions of a train blues theme. Tracks 5 - 8 date from & feature guitar accompaniment from the obscure Walter Vincson.5/5(1).
  5. Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 4 CD $ 26 songs, 74 mins, recommended More fine sides recorded at 6 sessions between April and July with a two year hiatus between and '44 brought about by the first Petrillo recording ban.
  6. First Time I met The Blues Lyrics: The first time I met the blues / People, you know I was walkin', I was walkin' down through the woods / Yes, the first time, the first time I met you, blues.
  7. Get this from a library! Little Brother Montgomery: complete recorded works in chronological order.. [Little Brother Montgomery].
  8. Little Brother Montgomery, Soundtrack: Blues Like Showers of Rain. Blues piano player Little Brother Montgomery was born Eurreal Montgomery in in Kentwood, LA. He learned to play the piano by watching the piano players who performed in his father's "barrelhouse", and picked up the nickname "Little Brother Harper" (later shortened to just "Little Brother", and still later lengthened to.
  9. Blues piano player Little Brother Montgomery was born Eurreal Montgomery in in Kentwood, LA. He learned to play the piano by watching the piano players who performed in his father's "barrelhouse", and picked up the nickname "Little Brother Harper" (later shortened to just "Little Brother", and still later lengthened to "Little Brother Montgomery").

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