Dirty Dozens

Performers Jimmy Rogers

Jsp | February 24, 2009 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Jimmy Rogers (vocals, guitar); Left Hand Frank (vocals, guitar); Bob Brunning (bass guitar); Ray Weston (drums).
Liner Note Author: John Stedman.
Recorded during a 1979 tour of England, THE DIRTY DOZENS is a unique snapshot of two overlooked Chicago juke-joint aces. Playing something of a musical version of the African-American game of oneupsmanship in the title, Jimmy and Frank trade off on vocal duties and bounce rhythm and lead licks off of one another like so many good natured barbershop insults. The recording quality here isn't crystal clear, but its rough edges are perfectly suited to the gritty blues these two journeymen let loose with.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 24, 2009

Genre: General

Style: Blues

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Jsp

UPC: 788065881726

Found in: General

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Dirty Dozens

Dirty Dozens

Performers Jimmy Rogers

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 24, 2009

Genre: General

Style: Blues

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Jsp

UPC: 788065881726


Title Track Time
1.Take a Walk --
2.You're Sweet --
3.Mean Red Spider --
4.Fishing in My Pond --
5.Crazy Women Blues --
6.Information Please --
7.Dirty Dozens --
8.Oh Baby --
9.Honky Tonk --
10.One Room Country Shack --
11.Cleo's Gone --
12.Baby Please --
13.Rock This House --
14.Chicago Bound --
15.Blue and Lonesome --

Editorial Notes

Personnel: Jimmy Rogers (vocals, guitar); Left Hand Frank (vocals, guitar); Bob Brunning (bass guitar); Ray Weston (drums).
Liner Note Author: John Stedman.
Recorded during a 1979 tour of England, THE DIRTY DOZENS is a unique snapshot of two overlooked Chicago juke-joint aces. Playing something of a musical version of the African-American game of oneupsmanship in the title, Jimmy and Frank trade off on vocal duties and bounce rhythm and lead licks off of one another like so many good natured barbershop insults. The recording quality here isn't crystal clear, but its rough edges are perfectly suited to the gritty blues these two journeymen let loose with.
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