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Poor Boy Blues - Champion Jack Dupree - The Blues Man Series (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Song information for Gamblin' Man Blues - Champion Jack Dupree on AllMusic. Song information for Gamblin' Man Blues - Champion Jack Dupree on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Champion Jack Dupree. Junker Blues Champion Jack Dupree. New Orleans Barrelhouse Boogie (The Complete Champion Jack Dupree.
  2. Soul saxophonist King Curtis() and blues pianist/singer Champion Jack Dupree() joined forces for an exciting performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival on June 17, With Curtis(tenor & alto sax) & Dupree(piano & vocals) were a superb rhythm section of Cornell Dupree(guitar), Jerry Jemmott(bass) & Oliver Jackson(drums)/5(20).
  3. Champion Jack Dupree was the embodiment of the New Orleans blues and boogie woogie pianist, a barrelhouse "professor". His father was from the Belgian Congo and his mother was part African American and Cherokee. He was orphaned at the age of two, and sent to the New Orleans Home for Colored Waifs (also the alma mater of Louis Armstrong).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Champion Jack Dupree - Blues From The Gutter at Discogs. Complete your Champion Jack Dupree collection.
  5. Find album credit information for Walking the Blues - Champion Jack Dupree on AllMusic.
  6. Blues at Montreux, an Album by King Curtis & Champion Jack Dupree. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Piano Blues. Featured peformers: King Curtis (tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, arranger, producer), Champion Jack Dupree (piano, vocals, arranger), Cornell Dupree (guitar), Jerry Jemmott (bass), Oliver Jackson (drums), Joel Dorn (producer), Stephan .
  7. May 03,  · William Thomas Dupree, best known as Champion Jack Dupree, was an American blues pianist. His birth date is disputed, given as July 4, July 10, and July 23, in .
  8. Champion Jack Dupree was an excellent blues pianist, arguably equal in skill to the great Otis Spann and Eddie Boyd. The album also has Pete Brown's alto sax in the mix, as well as the understated, but distinct lead guitar work of Ennis Lowery/5(22).

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