Champion Jack Dupree - Shakespeare Says download album
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William Thomas "Champion Jack" Dupree (July 23, 1909 or July 4, 1910 – January 21, 1992) was an American blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer. His nickname was derived from his early career as a boxer. Dupree was a New Orleans blues and boogie-woogie pianist, a barrelhouse "professor". His father was from the Belgian Congo and his mother was part African American and Cherokee.
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Listen to music from Champion Jack Dupree like Junker's Blues, Evil Woman & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Champion Jack Dupree. On his best known album, Blues from the Gutter, for Atlantic in 1959, he was accompanied on guitar by Larry Dale, whose playing on that record inspired Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones.
Hey, finally, after all those years, Champion Jack Dupree has a real blues band! Of his own! And, get that, not just a blues band, but a blues band Featuring Mickey Baker, like it says on the album cover! We're doing this like grown-ups - last year, in London, there was this cool chap John Mayall who did a record called Bluesbreakers Featuring Eric Clapton, and now he has provided me with an opportunity to record in London, on the Decca label, so it's only fitting that there would be somebody featured on my album as well. Seriously, all irony aside, this is the beginning of a whole new life for the Champ: for the first time ever, he is consistently being backed up by a stable, well-amplified, and, most importantly, qualified backing band
Personnel: - Champion Jack Dupree (William Thomas Dupree) - piano, vocals - Mickey Baker (MacHouston Baker) - guitar, vocals (04,06,13), tambourine (01,03,13) - John Baldwin - bass guitar - Ronnie Verrell - drums - Albert Hall - trumpet - Rex Morris, Bob Efford - tenor saxophone - Harry Klein - baritone saxophone (01,09) - Mike Vernon - whistle (01), producer. A formidable contender in the ring before he shifted his focus to pounding the piano instead, Champion Jack Dupree often injected his lyrics with a rowdy sense of down-home humor. While there, he played the Jazz & Heritage Festival and laid down a zesty album for Bullseye Blues, Back Home in New Orleans. Two more albums of new material were captured by the company the next year prior to the pianist's death in January of 1992. Jack Dupree was a champ to the very end. - - Bill Dahl, Rovi.
|A1||Million People Live The Same Way||4:05|
|A2||Lonely Man In Town||3:40|
|A4||Angola Here I Come||8:00|
|B1||My Woman Don't Do Nothin' But Fly||4:10|
|B2||Ooh La La||6:15|
|B3||Big Legged Sally||7:50|
- Distributed By – RCA S.A.
- Printed By – A.R.E.A.C.E.M.
- Bass – Zox
- Cover, Design – Jean-Auguste Ringard
- Drums – Jacques Mahieux
- Engineer – Michel Popp
- Executive-Producer – Larry Martin, Michel Carras
- Guitar – Larry Martin
- Photography By – Denys Clement
- Piano, Vocals, Written-By – Jack Dupree*
- Producer, Liner Notes – Pierre Barouh
NotesRecorded April 29, 1976 at Saravah studios, Paris.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): SH 10065A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): SH 10065B
- Rights Society: SACEM
- Other (Distribution code): A