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Eubie Blake - Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake (1969/2019) Hi Res
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Artist: Eubie Blake
Title: Eighty Six Years Of Eubie Blake
Year Of Release: 1969/2019
Label: Columbia/Legacy
Genre: Jazz, Piano Jazz
Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) | 24Bit/96 kHz FLAC
Total Time: 01:09:18
Total Size: 163 mb | 394 mb | 1.5 gb

01. Dream Rag
02. Charleston Rag
03. Maple Leaf Rag
04. Semper Fidelis
05. Eubie's Boogie
06. Poor Jimmy Green
07. Tricky Fingers
08. Stars and Stripes Forever
09. Baltimore Todolo
10. Poor Katie Red
11. Kitchen Tom
12. Troublesome Ivories
13. Chevy Chase
14. Brittwood Rag
15. Medley: Bleeding Moon / Under the Bamboo Tree
16. It's All Your Fault
17. "Shuffle Along" Medley
18. I'm Just Wild About Harry
19. Spanish Venus
20. As Long As You Live
21. Medley: Charleston / Old Fashioned Love / If I Could Be with You
22. You Were Meant for Me
23. Dixie Moon
24. Blues, Why Don't You Let Me Alone
25. Blue Rag In 12 Keys
26. Memories of You
Cita:Recorded in 1968 and 1969, this record is by far the best way to get to know, love, and appreciate Eubie Blake, master of ragtime and gorgeous melodies. The taproot of jazz runs directly from Blake's generation up through all of those Eastern Seaboard ticklers, most significantly James P. Johnson and the school of what critics and historians have labeled Harlem stride piano. While his early historical recordings are wonderfully authentic, there exists no finer example of Eubie Blake on record than this double LP, covered with photos and informative liner notes and packed with Blake's incredibly dexterous performances. During his comeback as an aged wonder, there was a tendency for the public to regard him as little more than an entertaining curiosity. This attitude allowed for a superficial comprehension of Blake's background and served to trivialize his accomplished position in the evolution of 20th century music. 86 Years solves all of these problems. The first half of the program consists of rags. Blake plays them joyously, sometimes shouting and bursting into laughter as his hands work the keys. Eleven of these pieces are Blake originals, and on one or two occasions he prefaces the music with a story describing the circumstances under which the piece was composed. There's one by Joplin and two by John Philip Sousa, making for a strikingly accurate invocation of the musical scene within which Blake operated at the beginning of the 20th century. A portion of the album is specifically dedicated to theater music, and for most of these tunes Blake's old partner Noble Sissle is heard singing and chatting with the pianist. Whoever was responsible for recording these two elderly gentlemen and sharing the results with the public really did the world a great favor. Hearing them sing "If You've Never Been Vamped By a Brownskin, You've Never Been Vamped at All" is a rare treat. Finally, there are Blake's most harmonically advanced moments: a medley of James P. Johnson melodies, a stunning realization of Luckey Roberts' "Spanish Venus," and Blake's own masterpieces, unforgettably rendered: "Dixie Moon," "Blues, Why Don't You Let Me Alone," "Blue Rag in 12 Keys," and the lovely "Memories of You." This is Blake at his ancient best.
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