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No Money Down - Roosevelt Sykes - One Of Em Ivory Ticklers (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Label: Prestige - PR ,Prestige - PRT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues, Piano Blues.
  2. Vol Roosevelt Sykes - `One Of `Em Ivory Ticklers` M1 Roosevelt Sykes I`m A Dangerous Man M2 Roosevelt Sykes Henry Ford Blues M3 Roosevelt Sykes Whole Lot Of Children M4 Roosevelt Sykes Boot That Thing M5 Roosevelt Sykes Nine Hour Call M6 Roosevelt Sykes The Last Laugh N1 Roosevelt Sykes No Money Down
  3. Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection. Roosevelt Sykes at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Smith, Michael P. (Photographer) N icknamed “The Honeydripper” early in life for his genial personality, motivating keyboard prowess, and charming on-stage persona, Roosevelt Sykes was a happy-go-lucky, rotund, cigar-chomping barrelhouse pianist whose sixty-plus-year career spanned.
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  5. First,there is a mistake in the presentation of this CD:this seventh volume in Roosevelt Sykes' complete recorded works on Document includes tunes recorded between February and December ,not For the rest,this is Roosevelt at his highest level (like always!!!),and so,piano blues at 5/5(1).
  6. Roosevelt Sykes was a really good blues piano player and vocalist. This is a solo album with Sykes doing piano and vocals, recorded in It's about 40 minutes if music and was produced by Memphis Slim, another great, but often overlooked, blues piano player of the period/5(3).
  7. He settled in New Orleans during the late '60s, where he remained a local treasure until his death. Precious few pianists could boast the thundering boogie prowess of Roosevelt Sykes, and even fewer could chase away the blues with his blues as the rotund cigar-chomping 88s ace did.
  8. Roosevelt Sykes was one of the best known blues piano players of that period and had a huge influence on later players like Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. Sykes popularity began to decline in the s although he was still /5(5).
  9. Roosevelt Sykes: One Of 'Em Ivory Ticklers (Comp) 4 versions: Vol. 7: Germany: Sell This Version: 4 versions Down Here By Myself (Album, Comp) only the resp. LP's title!

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