|A1||Boogie Woogie Piano Styles|
|A4||Between Midnight And Dawn|
|A5||46th Street Boogie|
|B1||The Big Race|
|B2||Chicago Rent Party|
"Memphis Slim" is the professional name of Peter Chatman, born to Peter Chatman Snr. in Memphis, Tennessee, September 3rd 1915.
You will find Slim humorously interpolating "Donkey Serenade"
Fragments into his "Scandinavian Boogie".
And worth special attention is the way the initial semi-walking bass figure of the "Fast Boogie" gradually becomes a rolling bass and a "Rocking" Figure.
"Down South" and the double meaning "Big Race" are both obviously the kind of cabaret/social protest that Negro performers were often encouraged to produce in the thirties.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: MCPS
Other Versions (5 of 7) View All
|FG 3536||Memphis Slim||Chicago Blues (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FG 3536||US||1961||Sell This Version|
|FWX-M-53536||Memphis Slim||Chicago Boogie-Woogie And Blues (LP, Album)||Folkways Records, Le Chant Du Monde||FWX-M-53536||France||1963||Sell This Version|
|FWX-M-53536||Memphis Slim, "Jump" Jackson*, Arbee Stidham||Memphis Slim, "Jump" Jackson*, Arbee Stidham - Chicago Boogie-Woogie And Blues (LP, Album)||Folkways Records, Le Chant Du Monde||FWX-M-53536||France||1963||Sell This Version|
|BA 20003||Memphis Slim||Chicago Blues (LP, RE, Mono)||Blue Angel, Zweitausendeins||BA 20003||Germany||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|FWX - 53536, FWX-M 53536||Memphis Slim||Chicago Boogie-Woogie And Blues (LP)||Folkways Records, Le Chant Du Monde||FWX - 53536, FWX-M 53536||France||Unknown||Sell This Version|