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Little Brother Montgomery (1930-1954)

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Good Grinding
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Irene Scruggs
2:34
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Borrowed Love
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Irene Scruggs
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Must Get Mine In Front
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Irene Scruggs
2:29
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Back To The Wall
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Irene Scruggs
2:24
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Mnkey Man Blues
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Minnie Hicks
2:46
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Sweet Rider
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Minnie Hicks
3:03
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Black Pony Blues
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Annie Turner
3:36
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Deceived Blues
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Annie Turner
3:28
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Workhouse Blues
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Annie Turner
2:59
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Hard On You
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with Annie Turner
3:02
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Goodbye, Good Luck To You
Artist: Little Brother Montgomery with "Creole" George Guesnon
2:35
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El Ritmo
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Swingin' With Lee
2:53
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Long Time Ago
3:03
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Woman That I Love
2:38
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Vicksburg Blues
3:14
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A & B Blues
2:58
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After Hour Blues
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Little Brother Stomp
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Mule Face Blues
2:55
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Cow Cow Blues
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Vicksburg Blues
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Crescent City Blues
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Winding Ball Blues
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 72:01

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John Morthland has been writing about music since the days of electronically rechanneled stereo and duophonic sound. His name has darkened the mastheads of Roll...more »

04.22.11
Arguably the most versatile of all blues piano men.
2005 | Label: Document Records / The Orchard

Best known for the astonishing "Vicksburg Blues" and "No Special Rider Blues," the barrelhousing Little Brother Montgomery was a great writer and arguably the most versatile of all blues piano men. He grew up listening to ragtime, idolized Jelly Roll Morton, and absorbed stride and boogie into his early style; while his roots remained obvious, he stayed up-to-date until his 1985 death. Because the Document album of his prewar work is no longer… read more »

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