Roosevelt Sykes - Pistol Shootin' Blues. Roosevelt Sykes - Watch Your Step (If You Just Can't Be Good). Roosevelt Sykes - Sugar Babe Blues. Roosevelt Sykes - Bop De Bip. Roosevelt Sykes - Love Has Something to Say. Roosevelt Sykes.
Tracklist: 1. Shaking The Boogie (Inst. 2. Too Smart Too Soon, 3. Springfield Blues, 4. Honeysuckle Blues, 5. Tall Heavy Mama (Inst. 6. I Am In Love With A Lover, 7. New Orleans Jump (Inst. 8. Safety Pin Blues, 9. Man Is In Trouble, 10. Dangerous Man, 11. Roosevelt’s Mood (Inst. 9. Man Is In Trouble. 11.
Ascolta online Roosevelt Sykes - My Baby's Playground e scopri in quali album appare. Esegui lo scrobbling di ciò che ascolti e ottieni consigli su altri brani e artisti. Stai visualizzando gli album con My Baby's Playground. Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 5 (1937-1939). 31 Dic 1991 · 25 brani.
Roosevelt Sykes was one of the best known blues piano players of that period and had a huge influence on later players like Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. Sykes popularity began to decline in the 1950s although he was still recording first rate music into the early 1970s. This album was recorded on 1 March 1960 by Rudy van Gelder at van Gelder's studio in Englewood Cliffs, NJ. Rudy van Gelder was a first rate recording engineer; he worked with many of the great jazz and blues players of the 1950s and 1960s and was active into the 1990s.
Слушать лучшие песни Roosevelt Sykes. Sweet Old Chicago, Blues by Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes. 3. Boot That Thing, Boot That Thing. 4. Night Time Is the Right Time, The Honeydripper's Duke's Mixture. 5. Satellite Baby, The Honeydripper. Big Legs Ida Blues, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 3 (1931-1933). 7. All My Money Gone Blues, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 1 (1929-1930). 22. Music Is My Business, King Of Barrelhouse. 23. We Can Sell That Thing, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 2 (1930-1931). 24. The Way I Feel Blues, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 25. Jet Black Snake, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 4 (1934-1936). 26. Hush Oh Hush, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 10 (1951-1957). 27. The Train Is Coming, Roosevelt Sykes Vol. 28. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone, Blues by Roosevelt "The Honeydripper" Sykes.