Doctor Ross - Blues And Boogie From Detroit album flac
Title: Blues And Boogie From Detroit
Style: Harmonica Blues, Delta Blues
MP3 album: 1954 mb
FLAC album: 1973 mb
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Artists Doctor Ross Blues and Boogie From Detroit. Blues and Boogie From Detroit Doctor Ross. Blues and Boogie From Detroit. This album has an average beat per minute of 80 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/80 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Blues and Boogie From Detroit.
Detroit Blues Juke Joint Blues Regional Blues.
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Released: December 12, 2000. 1. Chicago Breakdown. 6. Boogie Disease No. 3. 7. Trouble, Trouble. 8. Sweet Black Angel.
Doctor Ross (October 21, 1925 – May 28, 1993),[ also known as Doctor Ross the Harmonica Boss, born Charles Isaiah Ross in Tunica, Mississippi, was an American blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player and drummer. Ross's blues style has been compared to that of John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson. His recordings for Sun Records in the 1950s include "The Boogie Disease" and "Chicago Breakdown". He was a bluesman of Cherokee origin and exuberant one-man band. He learned drums and harmonica at the age of nine and first appeared in public in 1938. In 1954 Ross moved to the Detroit area and began working for General Motors. He recorded an album issued by Testament Records and toured with the American Folk Blues Festival in Europe in 1965.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Doctor Ross - Chicago Breakdown (Superb Harmonica Detroit Blues US). Diagram Slider. albumYou may also like to play. Detroit Blues - Willie Williams. Doctor Ross & His Jump & Jive Boys-Dr Ross' Boogie. Doctor Ross-Hobo Blues.
Whereas Doctor Ross had the blues in his bones and could play them as well as any st ever to record. It's true his repertoire was limited, common among great blues artists, and we do get endless variations of CHICAGO BREAKDOWN and THE BOOGIE DISEASE, with an occasional nod to other universal blues tunes (GOOD MORNING, LITTLE SCHOOL GIRL as TAYLOR MAE, . but Doctor Ross played and sang with amazing power on every cut he made. If this album contained only The Boogie Disease, is would be well worth having. Dr. Ross was the last of the one-man bands, finally passing away in Flint, Michigan, where he worked at the GM plant. This CD contains most of great Sun recordings, including Chicago Breakdown and Juke Box Boogie. Some rock historians might recall when CREAM recorded Cat Squirrel in the late 1960's.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|3||Got Somethin' To Tell||3:06|
Written-By – John Lee Hooker
|6||Boogie Disease No. 3||3:49|
|8||Sweet Black Angel
Written-By – Tampa Red
Written-By – J. L. Williamson*
|11||Biscuit Bakin' Woman||3:08|
- Licensed From – Ornament
- Distributed By – Christian Gerald Müller Music Production GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Christian Gerald Müller Music Production GmbH
- Recorded At – Rhein-Mosel Halle, Koblenz
- Recorded By – Audiorecord Tonstudio
- Engineer – Gerhard Krätz
- Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Bass Drum, Cymbal – Isiah "Doctor" Ross*
- Producer, Liner Notes – Siegfried A. Christmann
- Written-By – I. Ross* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6, 7, 9, 11)
NotesRecorded June 7, 1972 at Rhein-Mosel-Halle, Koblenz by Audiorecord, Koblenz
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 2488
- Barcode: 4 010470 300063
- Rights Society: OSA
|CH-7.101||Doctor Ross||Live & Well (LP)||Ornament||CH-7.101||Germany||1972|
|CM-8006||Doctor Ross||Blues And Boogie From Detroit (CD, Album)||Ornament||CM-8006||Germany||1991|
|CM-8006||Doctor Ross||Blues And Boogie From Detroit (CD, Album, RE)||Ornament||CM-8006||Germany||1992|