Re: [RedHotJazz] Irvin Jones, early boogie-woogie pianist
- on 5/7/06 23:15, tommersl at tommersl@... wrote:
> I was just thinking about the intro to "Jail House Blues" / BessieI can't answer that but I can confirm that irving Johns is named on
> Smith , which is very similar to Cow Cow Davenport licks, and then
> theres a very short but typical boogie-woogie walking bass , however,
> soon the song turns into something else. Being recorded at September
> 1923, which is quite early for this, well, it surprised me , to put it
> better, I was wondering wether there are other signs for boogie
> woogie elements in other Irvin Jones' works.
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