Roy Brown / Wynonie Harris ‎– Battle Of The Blues

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A1 Roy Brown Boogie At Midnight
Bass – Tommy ShelvinDrums – Frank Parker (4)Guitar – Louis Sargent*Piano – Edward SantineoTenor Saxophone – Johnny FontenetteTrumpet – Teddy Riley (2)Written-By – Bernard*, Brown*
2:50
A2 Roy Brown Big Town
Bass – Clarence MackDrums – Calvin ShieldsGuitar – Edgard Blanchard*Orchestra – Tiny Bradshaw Orchestra*Piano – James Robinson (12)Tenor Saxophone – Wilbur "Red" Prysock*Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Orrington HallTrumpet – Leslie Ayres*Written-By – Roy Brown
2:54
A3 Roy Brown Bar Room Blues
Baritone Saxophone – Leroy RankinsBass – Ike Isaacs (2)Drums – George Jenkins, Emmett Shields*Guitar – Edgar BlanchardPiano – Edward SantineoTenor Saxophone – Johnny FontenetteTrumpet – Wilbur HardenWritten-By – Roy Brown
3:03
A4 Roy Brown Love Don't Love Nobody
Baritone Saxophone – Leroy RankinsBass – Ike Isaacs (2)Drums – Emmett Shields*Guitar – Edgar BlanchardPiano – Edward SantineoTenor Saxophone – Johnny FontenetteTrumpet – Wilbur HardenWritten-By – Roy Brown
2:42
A5 Roy Brown Miss Fanny Brown
Written-By – Roy Brown
2:57
A6 Roy Brown Lolly Pop Mama
Alto Saxophone – O'Neil JeromeDrums – Robert Ogden*Orchestra – Bob Ogden's Orchestra*Trombone – Clement Tervalone*Trumpet – Tony MoretWritten-By – Roy Brown
2:21
A7 Roy Brown I've Got The Last Laugh Now
Bass – Clarence MackDrums – Calvin ShieldsGuitar – Edgard Blanchard*Orchestra – Tiny Bradshaw Orchestra*Piano – James Robinson (12)Tenor Saxophone – Wilbur "Red" Prysock*Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Orrington HallTrumpet – Leslie Ayres*Written-By – Roy Brown
2:55
B1 Wynonie Harris Bloodshot Eyes
Alto Saxophone – Alonzo LucasBaritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Bill GrahamBass – Carl PruittDrums – Solomon Hall*Piano – Herbert ParhamTenor Saxophone – John Greer*Trombone – Alfred Cobbs*Trumpet – Frank GalbraithWritten-By – Penny*, Hall*
2:41
B2 Wynonie Harris Good Rockin' Tonight
Alto Saxophone – Vincent Bair-BeyBass – Carl "Flat Top" Wilson*Drums – Clarence "Bobby" Donaldson*Piano – Joe Knight (4)Tenor Saxophone – Hal Singer, Tom ArchiaTrombone – Joe BrittonTrumpet – Hot Lips PageWritten-By – Roy Brown
2:47
B3 Wynonie Harris Loving Machine
Alto Saxophone – Holley Dismukes*, Teddy Buckner (2)Bass – Joe Williams (23)Drums – William Benjamin*Piano – Todd RhodesTenor Saxophone – Charles Edwards (3)Trumpet – Howard Thompson (5)Written-By – Lambert*, Mann*, Merritt*
2:14
B4 Wynonie Harris Shake That Thing
Alto Saxophone – Fred ClarkBass – James Royal (2)Drums – Phillip PaulGuitar – Clarence KennerPiano – Sonny ThompsonTenor Saxophone – David Brooks*Trumpet – Tommy PurksonWritten By [Erroneous] – Wynonie HarrisWritten-By [Uncredited] – Papa Charlie Jackson
2:16
B5 Wynonie Harris I Feel That Old Age Coming On
Alto Saxophone – Frank CulleyBaritone Saxophone – Elmer AlexanderBass – Jimmy ButtsDrums – Connie KayPiano – "Birdie" WallaceTenor Saxophone – Hal SingerTrumpet – Cat AndersonWritten-By – Haynes*, Burns*, Mann*, Sherman (4)
2:46
B6 Wynonie Harris All She Wants To Do Is Rock
Baritone Saxophone – William McLemore*Bass – Gene RameyDrums – Kelly MartinPiano – Elmo HopeTenor Saxophone – Fred Douglas (2), Johnny GriffinTrombone – Matthew GeeTrumpet – Joe Morris (2)Written-By – McRae*, Harris*
2:36
B7 Wynonie Harris Good Morning Judge
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Bill GrahamBass – Bruce Lawrence (2)Drums – Samie EvansPiano – Milt BucknerTenor Saxophone – Joe Allston, John HartzfieldTrombone – Henderson ChambersTrumpet – Joe WilderWritten-By – Louis Innis
2:44

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Individual Tracks Recording Info :
Track A1 : recorded in Dallas, September 20, 1949 - matrix D 1500 - released on De Luxe 3300
Track A2 : recorded in Cincinnati, January 16, 1951 - matrix D 1537 - released on De Luxe 3318
Track A3 : recorded in Cincinnati, June 22, 1950 - matrix D 1522 - released on De Luxe 3319
Track A4 : recorded in Cincinnati, June 15, 1950 - matrix D 1516 - released on De Luxe 3306
Track A5 : recorded in NO (New Orleans), 1948 or 1949 - - matrix D 882-2 - released on De Luxe 1128, 3128
Track A6 : recorded in NO (New Orleans), July, 1947 - matrix D 407 - released on De Luxe 1093, 3093
Track A7 : recorded in Cincinnati, January 16, 1951 - matrix D 1536 - released on De Luxe 3323
Track B1 : recorded in NYC, February 27, 1951 - matrix K 9031 - released on King 4461, 4852, 5416
Track B2 : recorded in Cincinnati, December 28, 1947 - matrix K 5386 - released on King 4210, 5416
Track B3 : recorded in Cincinnati, July 2, 1951 - matrix K 8037 - released on King 4485
Track B4 : recorded in Cincinnati, April 14, 1954 - matrix K 9405-1 - released on King 4716
Track B5 : recorded in Linden, N.J., December 19, 1948 - matrix K 5650 - released on King 4276
Track B6 : recorded in Linden, N.J., April 13, 1949 - matrix K 5718 - released on King 4304
Track B7 : recorded in NYC, June, 1950 - matrix K 5913 - released on 4378, 4852

Subtitle: Sixteen Great Blues Hits
Made in the E.E.C.
An Original King Recording

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: S 607 A
  • Matrix / Runout: S 607 B

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