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Little Brother Montgomery - Chicago: The Living Legends (1993)

16-06-2015, 08:01
Blues | FLAC / APE

Little Brother Montgomery - Chicago: The Living Legends (1993)

Artist: Little Brother Montgomery
Title Of Album: Chicago: The Living Legends
Year Of Release: 1993
Label: Riverside/OBCCD-525-2
Genre: Piano Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 47:52
Total Size: 227 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Home Again Blues (Berlin-Akst) - 4:06
02. Up the Country Blues (Montgomery) - 4:40
03. Saturday Night Function (Bigard-Ellington) - 5:00
04. Michigan Water Blues (Williams) - 3:40
05. Sweet Daddy (Your Mama's Done Gone Mad) (Trad.) - 3:12
06. Prescription for the Blues (Saunders-Montgomery) - 3:45
07. 44 Vicksburg (Montgomery) - 2:18
08. Trouble in Mind (Jones) - 3:36
09. Riverside Boogie (Montgomery) - 2:43
10. Oh, Daddy (Herbert-Russell) - 3:28
11. Somethin' Keep Worryin' Me Blues (Montgomery) - 5:38
12. Cooter Crawl (Montgomery) - 5:46

Little Brother Montgomery - piano, vocals
Ted Butterman - cornet
Bob Gordon - clarinet
Rufus Brown - tenor saxophone (#3)
Mike McKendrick - banjo
Elaine McFarland - vocals (#10)

Chicago: The Living Legends was recorded live at the Birdhouse in Chicago. Much of the record is performed by Montgomery solo, although there's a handful of wonderful cuts that feature him with a small group of traditional jazz musicians. Most of the album is devoted to classic songs from the likes of Duke Ellington and Jelly Roll Morton, yet there are a couple of originals thrown in the mix as well. It's all distinguished by Montgomery's wonderful, laidback performances, which make this a little gem.

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