Sammy Price And His Blusicians - 1944 mp3 album
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That's Kicks (Take 3). album: 1944. A Boogie Woogie Notion. That's Kicks (Take 2). Plucking' That Thing (Take 3). Big Joe (Take 2). Big Joe (Take 3).
Sammy Price and His Bluesicians - 1944. This LP has all of the music that pianist Sammy Price and his sextet (which includes trumpeter Bill Coleman, tenor saxophonist Ike Quebec, altoist Joe Eldridge, the young bassist Oscar Pettiford and drummer Hal "Doc" West) recorded at a radio transcription session in 1944. As was often true of many of the Circle LPs from the mid-'80s, the set is programmed somewhat eccentrically, with some (but not all) of the incomplete and alternate takes issued on a different side of the LP than the other versions, making it difficult to trace the evolution of a performance
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Samuel Blythe Price (October 6, 1908 – April 14, 1992) was an American jazz, boogie-woogie and jump blues pianist and bandleader. Price's playing is dark, mellow, and relaxed rather than percussive, and he was a specialist at creating the appropriate mood and swing for blues and rhythm and blues recordings. Price was born in Honey Grove, Texas, United States. Price formally studied the piano with Booker T. Washington's daughter, Portia Marshall Washington (1883–1978)
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Sammy Price had a long and productive career as a flexible blues and boogie-woogie-based pianist. He studied piano in Dallas and was a singer and dancer with Alphonso Trent's band during 1927-1930. In 1929, he recorded one solitary side under the title of "Sammy Price and His Four Quarters. After a few years in Kansas City, he spent time in Chicago and Detroit. In 1938, Price became the house pianist for Decca in New York and appeared on many blues sides with such singers as Trixie Smith and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
|That's Kicks (take1)||3:00|
|That's Kicks (take2)||3:00|
|Pluckin' That Thing (take1 incomplete)||1:00|
|Pluckin' That Thing (take 2 issued)||2:27|
|A Boogie Woogie Notion||2:37|
|House Rent Boogie (false start and issued take)||3:42|
|Big Joe (incomplete take, false start, unissued take)||4:11|
|Honeysuckle Rose (false start, incomplete take)||3:42|
|That's Kicks (incomplete take)||2:48|
|That's Kicks (issued take)||3:00|
|Pluckin' That Thing (unissued take)||2:28|
|Big Joe (issued take)||2:57|
|Boogin' A-Plenty (false start, issued take)||3:56|
|Sweet Lorraine (issued take)||3:31|
|Honeysuckle Rose (false start, issued take)||3:27|
|CLP-73||Sammy Price And His Blusicians||1944 (LP)||Circle||CLP-73||US||1984|
|CLP - 73||Sammy Price And His Blusicians||1944 (LP, Mono)||Circle||CLP - 73||US||1984|