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    Nabei

    6 years ago

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    Apr 23,  · Dennis Alcapone - The Great Woogie. Released in a Duke Reid production The flip side is Dennis Alcapone - No. 1 Station.
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    Nitilar

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Great Woggie / Buttercup (Version) on Discogs.5/5(1).
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    JoJojin

    6 years ago

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    February 27, referencing Boogie Woogie (On The 88 By The Great Freddie Slack), LP, Mono, RE, The Official release has an Inferior sound compared to the original Emarcy/Wing release. Too bright in my opinion.
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    Meztizragore

    6 years ago

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    Various ‎– The Great Pianists Meet Boogie Woogie (Vol. 4) Label: Joker (2) ‎– SM , International Joker Production ‎– SM
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    Kajimi

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Boogie Woogie (On The 88 By The Great Freddie Slack) on Discogs.
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    Arashihn

    6 years ago

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    Boogie-woogie is a style of piano-based blues that became very popular in the late s and early s, but originated much earlier, and was extended from piano, to three pianos at once, guitar, big band, and country and western music, and even gospel. Whilst the blues traditionally depicts read more.
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    Kazralmaran

    6 years ago

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    Jan 29,  · A track called “Weary Blues”, both the version from and from , are the first recordings known to use the standard boogie-woogie bassline. The first time the actual spelling of “boogie-woogie” was used was in with Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie, which also conveniently contained dance instructions in the lyrics.
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    Kekree

    6 years ago

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    Apr 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jerry Lee Lewis - Boogie Woogie Country Man (awesome version) YouTube Jerry Lee Lewis & Mickey Gilley - 9 minutes of POP GOES COUNTRY. - .
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    Mugor

    6 years ago

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    Boogie-woogie, heavily percussive style of blues piano in which the right hand plays riffs (syncopated, repeating phrases) against a driving pattern of repeating eighth notes (ostinato bass).It began to appear at the beginning of the 20th century and was associated with the southwestern states—hence its early names, “fast Western style” and “Western rolling blues.”.