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BIG JOE TURNER THE GIANT OF THE BLUES

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THE BLUES SHOUTERS 'SPIRIT FATHER, JAZZ SINGER, AND ONE OF THE MOST ROCK'N'ROLL PROMOTERS.
JOSEPH VERNON TURNER JR, NICKNAMED AS THE BOSS OF BLUES
Big Joe Turner
May 18, 1911 - (Kansas City, Missouri)
November 24, 1985 - (Inglewood, California)

accompanied by Boogie Woogie's best pianists, and by great jazz soloists

1) Roll'em Pete
2) Cherry Red
3) On The Sunny Side Of The Street
4) How Long Blues
5) Shake It And Break It
6) Low Down Dirty Shame
7) I Can't Give You Anything But Love
8) Goin' Away Blues
9) Joe Turner Blues
10) Beale Street Blues
11) Piney Brown Blues
12) Wee Baby Blues
13) Rocks In My Bed
14) Goin' To Chicago Blues
15) Low Down Dog
16) Little Bittie Gal's Blues
17) S.K. Blues
18) Johnson And Turner Blues

Joe Turner (voc)
Hot Lips Page, Frank Newton, Benny Carter, Bill Coleman,(tr)
Benny Carter, Buster Smith, Tab Smit, Stanley Payne,
Billy Coleman (as)
Edmond Hall, Benny Carter, Danny Polo (cl)
Coleman Hawkins, Don Byas, Kenneth Hollan, Georgie Auld (ts)
Benny Morton (tb)
Pete Johnson, Meade Lux Lewis, Art Tatum,
Kenny Kersey, Joe Sullivan, Sonny White (pn)
Freddie Greene, John Collins, Lawrence Lucie
Ulysses Livingston, Al Hendrickson, Ernest Ashley (gt)
Abe Bolar, Johnny Williams, Art Shapiro, Henry Turner
Wilson Myers, Jud De Naut, Al Hall, Dallas Bartley (sb)
Eddie Dougherty, George Wettling, Johnny Wells
Yank Porter, A.G. Porter, Doc West (dm)

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