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Barrelhouse Blues and Boogie Woogie, Vol. 5 features pianist Champion Jack Dupree recorded in Denmark and Switzerland. Among the highlights are the Dupree-penned tracks "I Want to Settle Down," "When I'm Drinking," "Please, Don't Dog Your Woman," "I'm a Gamblin' Man," and "People Talk." The pianist also tackles tunes by Fats Waller, Memphis Slim, Eddie Boyd, Speckled Red and Sunnyland Slim. Storyville has released several other volumes in the Barrelhouse Blues and Boogie Woogie series that are of equally high quality.


Born: April 18, 1906 in Kentwood, LA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s

A notable influence on the likes of Sunnyland Slim and Otis Spann, pianist Little Brother Montgomery's lengthy career spanned both the earliest years of blues history and the electrified Chicago scene of the 1950s. By age 11, Montgomery had given up on attending school to instead play in Louisiana juke joints. He came to Chicago as early as 1926 and made his first 78s in 1930 for Paramount, including two enduring signature items, "Vicksburg Blues" and "No Special Rider," recorded in Grafton, WI....
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