Memphis Slim

Memphis Slim (September 3, 1915 – February 24, 1988) was an American blues pianist, singer, and composer. He led a series of bands that, reflecting the popular appeal of jump blues, included saxophones, bass, drums, and piano. A song he first cut in 1947, "Every Day I Have the Blues", has become a blues standard, recorded by many other artists. He made over 500 recordings.

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Memphis Slim - Discography
... Year Title Label 1959 Memphis Slim and the Real Boogie-Woogie Folkways Records 1960 Memphis Slim and the Honky-Tonk Sound Folkways Records 1960 Travelling with the Blues Storyville 1960 Blue This Evening Black ... Chicago Blues Boogie Woogie and Blues Played and Sung By Memphis Slim Folkways Records 1961 Blues by Jazz Gillum Singing and Playing His Harmonica With Arbee Stidham and Memphis Slim. 1 1940-1941 (Peter Chatman As Memphis Slim) EPM Musique 1996 Come Back Other Classics Masters Intercontinental 1996 The Bluebird Recordings, 1940-1941 RCA 1997 Dialogue in Boogie Memphis Slim Philippe ...
Willie Dixon - Discography
... Comments 1959 Willie's Blues Bluesville BVLP-1003 with Memphis Slim 1960 Blues Every Which Way Verve MGV-3007 with Memphis Slim 1960 Songs of Memphis Slim and "Wee ...
1971 In Music - Albums Released - Release Date Unknown
... Album – Bill Evans Blacknuss – Rahsaan Roland Kirk Black Widow – Black Widow Blue MemphisMemphis Slim Boogie Woogie – Memphis Slim Born with the Blues – Memphis Slim The Brand New Z.Z ...
Steppin' Out (James Bracken Song)
... sometimes "Stepping Out") is a blues-instrumental composition recorded by American blues musician Memphis Slim in 1959 ... by Vee-Jay Records as a single and on Slim's At the Gate of the Horn album ... Frazier (another of Memphis Slim/Peter Chatman's pseudonyms) as the writer, Vee-Jay owner James Bracken is often credited on versions by other performers ...
Mother Earth (Memphis Slim Song)
... Mother Earth is a song written and performed by Memphis Slim in 1959 ... It was also included in the "Blues For Memphis Slim"-Medley from Eric Burdon War, which has a length of 1322 minutes ...

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