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1Basin Street Blues
2Tack Head Blues
3Yancey Special #1
4Blue Moon
6Yancey Special #2
7Muskrat Ramble
8Some Of These Days
9St. Louis Blues
10Cow Cow Blues
11Fast Blues #1
12Trouble Trouble
13On The Sunny Side Of The Street
14Pinetop's Boogie
15Early One Morning
16After You've Gone


  • Banjo, VocalsLittle Red Lajoie (tracks: 3,6,9,12,15)
  • Liner NotesVincent Fumar
  • Photography ByStevenson Palfi
  • PianoTuts Washington
  • ProducerMike Dine


Little Red Lajoie was street musician who played the line waiting to get into Preservation Hall. Tuts is piano and vocals.
This CD came from Larry Borenstein tapes recorded at the Associated Artists Studio, which became Preservation Hall. Recordings are circa 1960. Tom Stagg is uncredited co-producer.


New Orleans Piano Professor - Tuts Washington. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Isidore Tuts Washington January 24, 1907 August 5, 1984 was an American blues pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He taught himself to play the piano at age 10 and studied with the New Orleans jazz pianist Joseph Louis Red Cayou. In the 1920s and 1930s, he was a leading player for dance bands and Dixieland bands in New Orleans. His style blended elements of ragtime, jazz, blues, and boogie-woogie. New Orleans Piano Professor. Tuts Washington. Blues 1983. When the Saints Go Marching In. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans. Honky Tonk. Isidore 'Tuts' Washington was one of the most important pianists to emerge in the New Orleans tradition in the 1930s and 40s. He was extremely sceptical towards recording, and consequently, there aren't many albums under his name. In the early 1980s, he agreed to do this album for Rounder Records, and the result is a glorious piano record. Washington handles jazz, blues and pop tunes with the utmost grace and skill, and he comes across as a musical entertainer of the highest order. Like many of his contemporaries, he knew how to please an audience without making artistic comprom. Venerable New Orleans pianist Tuts Washington didn't get many chances to record during his lifetime. This 1983 session, now available on CD, was his most extensive project, with 23 songs covering everything from spirituals to traditional jazz numbers, pop pieces, novelty tunes, blues, and country. Washington played them all in a seamless manner, displaying the mix of boogie-woogie and barrelhouse riffs, R&B, blues, and gospel elements, Afro-Latin and Caribbean rhythmic accents, and jazz phrasing and licks mastered through many decades of playing in bars and clubs. Listen free to Tuts Washington New Orleans Piano Professor When the Saints Go Marching In, Tin Roof Blues and more. 23 tracks 59:56. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue . When The Saints Go Marching In - Продолжительность: 1:59 Tuts Washington - Topic Orleans music is renowned for its piano players. Here's a dozen jams from great Crescent City keyboardists, past and present, and a little something extra. Like Jelly Roll Morton, Isidore Tuts Washington started playing piano when he was a child. Unlike Morton, who studied with Mamie Desdunes a pianist who also was a well-known voodoo priest, he was self-taught. The album's 18 tracks comprise a mini-history of New Orleans music, from the mid-19th century Litanie des Saints to the early jazz era Jelly Roll Morton's Milneburg Joys to the 1950s Fats Domino's Blue Monday. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. New Orleans Piano Professor, 1983. Tin Roof Blues, 04:06. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans, 02:46. Honky Tonk, 03:22. Wolverine Blues, 02:41. On the Sunny Side of the Street, 02:29. Jambalaya, 01:25. Misty, 03:06. Freddie Blues, 02:44. Isidore Tuts Washington was an American blues pianist from New Orleans, Louisiana. He avoided recording for most of his career, but he released the solo piano album New Orleans Piano Professor for Rounder in 1983. A live recording by Washington, Live at Tipitina's '78, was released by Night Train International Records in 1998

Isidore 'Tuts' Washington - New Orleans Piano FLAC
Isidore 'Tuts' Washington
New Orleans Piano
FLAC size:
1241 mb
MP3 size:
1066 mb
WMA size:
1908 mb
504 Records
Boogie Woogie, Louisiana Blues
Catalog №:
504 CD 32
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