Songs of Memphis Slim and "Wee Willie" Dixon

Songs of Memphis Slim and "Wee Willie" Dixon

Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon FW02385 / FA 2385

This album features big-voiced blues pianist and singer Memphis Slim and legendary bassist Willie Dixon, who is credited with having helped create the Chicago blues sound. Several tracks from this album are also included on Smithsonian Folkways' Memphis Slim: The Folkways Years (SFW40128).

Year Released 1960
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1960 Folkways Records

Genre(s) Blues
Country(s) United States
Culture Group(s) African American
Instrument(s) Bass; Piano; Vocals
Subject(s) Blues
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101 Joggie Boogie Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 3:28
102 Stewball Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 3:36
103 John Henry Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:28
104 Kansas City No.1, 2 and 3 Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 7:50
201 Have You Ever Been to Nashville Pen? Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:32
202 Roll and Tumble Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:58
203 Beer Drinking Woman Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:32
204 Chicago House Rent Party Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 5:00
205 44 Blues Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:36
206 Unlucky Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon 2:45
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