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  1. Jan 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Little Brother Montgomery -- No Special Rider Blues YouTube Little Brother Montgomery - Vicksburg Blues - Chicago () - .
  2. Little Brother Montgomery was one of the foremost piano men in the blues for several decades, a product of a musical family in Louisiana that included two brothers (Joe and Tollie) and a nephew (Paul Gayten) who also recorded as blues pianists.
  3. This single CD from the European Document label has all of Montgomery's 26 prewar recordings as a leader. Two solo numbers are from , including "Vicksburg Blues"; there are a couple songs from and four duets with guitarist Walter Vincson from The remainder of this release features Montgomery during a marathon session on Oct. 16, that resulted in 18 solo selections.
  4. Label: Fantasy - F DJ • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Promo, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Piano Blues Roosevelt Sykes & Little Brother Montgomery - Urban Blues (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Jan 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Little Brother Montgomery - Brothers Boogie YouTube Little Brother Montgomery - Riverside Boogie - Duration: DutchBluesfan 6, views.
  6. Little Brother And His Jazz Blues Band, Little Brother Montgomery And His Bogalusa Boys, Little Brother Montgomery And His Juke Band, Little Brother Montgomery And His Vicksburgers, Little Brother Montgomery And The Jazz Allstars, Little Brother Montgomery Quintet, Little Brother Montgomery's Blues Band, The Little Brother Montgomery Trio.
  7. Louisiana born blues pianist Eurreal "Little Brother" Montgomery was one of the finest pianists to record in the s. Active in the deep south barrelhouse circuit from an early age, Montgomery was a walking compendium of blues styles and themes as well as being a skilled accompanist.5/5(1).
  8. Most of Eurreal Little Brother Montgomery's early works were reissued during the s on a gatefold double-LP that appeared with the RCA Bluebird series, an impressive effort that reintroduced music from the '30s and ‘40s by artists from Bluebird's jazz, blues, and country & western catalogs. When Montgomery's Bluebird two-fer dropped out of circulation, availability became rather dicey.

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