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18-06-2015, 18:44
Music | Blues

Mose Vinson - Piano Man (2015)

Artist: Mose Vinson
Title Of Album: Piano Man
Year Of Release: 1997/2015
Genre: Piano Blues
Label: Center For Southern Folklore
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 38:57
Total Size: 101 MB
Covers: Front

01. Pine Top's Boogie Woogie (2:15)
02. Same Thing On My Mind (2:02)
03. I've Been Playing Ever Since I Was Five Years Old - Dishrag, He's Dead Now (3:46)
04. 4 O'clock In The Morning (3:05)
05. What A Friend We Have In Jesus (1:29)
06. Precious Lord, Take My Hand (1:30)
07. Darktown Strutter's Ball (1:33)
08. Just Because (1:33)
09. My Mule (3:12)
10. What Is Your Life (2:09)
11. Three Hand Boogie (1:59)
12. Boogie Woogie (1:20)
13. Tell It Like Is, My Girlfriend Won't Be Still (2:58)
14. My Father Was A Gambler… Gambler Blues (2:01)
15. 44 Blues (2:09)
16. Me And Booker T (1:35)
17. That's All Right, Little Girl (2:21)
18. Leaning On The Everlasting Arms (1:51)

Mose Vinson (June 2 or August 7, 1917 – November 16, 2002) was an American boogie-woogie, blues and jazz pianist and singer. His best known recordings were "Blues with a Feeling" and "Sweet Root Man". Over his lengthy career, Vinson worked with various musicians including Booker T. Laury and James Cotton.

Vinson was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He taught himself how to play the piano as a child. In his teenage years, Vinson started playing his own style of barrelhouse boogie-woogie in local juke joints in Mississippi and Tennessee, incorporating both blues and jazz in his repertoire. In 1932, following a chance meeting with Sunnyland Slim, Vinson relocated from Mississippi to Memphis, Tennessee.

In the 1930s and 1940s, Vinson continued to play at local juke house and rural community parties. By the early 1950s, Vinson found employment as a custodian at the Taylor Boarding Home, where artists often stayed whilst recording next door at Sun Records studios. In the studios, Sam Phillips occasionally requested that Vinson accompany musicians. These included James Cotton on "Cotton Crop Blues" (1954), and Jimmy DeBerry on the latter's "Take a Little Chance". Phillips also allowed Vinson to record some tracks of his own, although these were not released until the 1980s. Vinson recorded two versions of "Forty-Four", one retitled "Worry You Off My Mind", and the other as "My Love Has Gone" (also known as "Come See Me"). Session musicians on these recordings included Walter Horton, Joe Hill Louis and Joe Willie Wilkins.

After a period of lesser musical activity, by the early 1980s, the Center for Southern Folklore had enlisted Vinson to perform at various cultural events, and at local schools. He became a regular at the Center, where he played and taught for twenty years. In 1990, his contribution towards the album, Memphis Piano Blues Today, was recorded at his home.

In 1997, his first full-length CD compilation album was released via the Center. Declining health, however, stopped him playing not long before his death.

Mose Vinson died of diabetes, in November 2002 in Memphis, at the age of 85.

In 2007, the Memphis Music and Heritage Festival was dedicated to his memory. ~Wikipedia

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