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Title Blues masters [sound recording] : the essential blues collection. Volume 13, New York City blues.

Publication Info. Los Angeles, CA : Rhino, [1993]
Location Call No. Status
 Nichols Adult Compact Discs  BLUES BLUES MA    AVAILABLE
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Description 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Compact disc.
Program notes inserted in container.
Contents Hamp's boogie woogie (Lionel Hampton) -- Happy go lucky local, parts I & II (Duke Ellington & his famous orchestra) -- Walk 'em (Buddy Johnson & his orchestra) -- Walkin' in a daze (Hot Lips Page & his orchestra) -- Lowe groovin' (Joe Morris and his orchestra) -- Old maid boogie (Eddie Vinson and his orchestra) -- Smooth sailing (Arnett Cobb & his orchestra) -- D' natural blues (Lucky Millinder & his orchestra) --John Henry (Erskine Hawkins) -- Sweet sixteen (Joe Turner with Van "Piano Man" Walls & his orchestra) -- 'Gator tail, pts. 1 & 2 (Cootie Williams & his orchestra) -- Castle rock (Johnny Hodges & his orchestra) -- After the lights go down low (Al Hibbler) -- Hey tiger (Chuck Calhoun & his Atlantic All-Stars) -- I'm getting 'long alright (Big Maybelle with orchestra) --Oo-wee (Sam "the Man" Taylor) -- Every day (parts I & II) (Count Basie & his orchestra with Joe Williams) -- Right now, right now (Alan Freed & his Rock 'n Roll Band).
Performer Various performers.
Subject Blues (Music) -- Sound recordings.
Blues (Music) -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1941-1950 -- Sound recordings.
Blues (Music) -- New York (State) -- New York -- 1951-1960 -- Sound recordings.
Added Title New York City blues.
Music No. R2 71131 Rhino
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