Tag Archive: Piano

Dude Sits Down At Public Piano….Gives it a Schoolin





Dr John Plays The Blues For You





Published on Nov 4, 2014

” Dr John (Mac Rebennack) demonstrates New Orleans-style blues playing exclusively for our readers. Look for him on the cover of our December 2014 issue! “

Boogie Woogie By Dona Oxford @ The Riverfront Blues Festival 2013





Published on Oct 3, 2013

” Colin Ryan, guitar; Bill Brianstorm drums , Johnny Piano bass; Robin and Amanda backup singers/dancers.
Recorded in AVCHD Dolby Stereo with a Panasonic DMC-ZS3 by Dave Strickler “












Boogie Woogie Blowout





Published on May 10, 2012

” Boogie Woogie Blowout

Deanna Bogart with Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88’s & Daryl Davis

Recorded Live – April 7, 2012
at The Spanish Ballroom
7300 MacArthur Boulevard, Glen Echo, MD 20812 “













Marcia Ball





Published on Sep 24, 2014

” Marcia Ball LIVE at Waterloo Records on September 23, 2014 benefiting HAAM. “












Boogie Woogie Greats – The Best Of Boogie Woogie, More Than 2 Hours Of Music With The Greatest!





Published on Jul 15, 2014

” Boogie Woogie Greats — The Best of Boogie Woogie, more than 2 hours of music with the greatest!

Find the album here:


00:00 – Meade Lux Lewis – Hangover Boogie
06:11 – Meade Lux Lewis – Bush Street Boogie
11:41 – Meade Lux Lewis – Joe Prein’s Boogie
17:20 – Meade Lux Lewis – San Francisco Shuffle
23:35 – Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons – Barrel House Boogie
26:42 – Jimmy Yancey – Two O’clock Blues
29:41 – Jimmy Yancey – Beezum Blues
33:02 – Pete Johnson – Yancey Street Blues
35:45 – Albert Ammons – SP Blues
38:25 – Albert Ammons – You’re My Sunshine
41:18 – Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons – Walkin’ the Boogie
44:12 – Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons – Pine Creek
46:52 – Jimmy Yancey – Janie’s Joys
49:52 – Pinetop Smith – Jump Steady Blues
53:14 – Cleo Brown – Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
55:39 – Big Maceo – Chicago Breakdown
58:34 – Meade Lux Lewis – Honky Tonk Train Blues
01:01:30 – Jimmy Yancey – Yancey Stomp
01:04:23 – Montana Taylor – Detroit Rocks
01:07:45 – Cripple Clarence Lofton – Streamline Train
01:11:40 – Pete Johnson – Basement Boogie
01:14:40 – Albert Ammons – The Boogie Rocks
01:17:47 – Cripple Clarence Lofton – I Don’t Know
01:21:04 – Hersal Thomas – The Fives
01:25:19 – Pete Johnson, Big Joe Turner – I Got a Gal
01:28:25 – The Boogie Woogie Trio – Boogie Woogie Prayer
01:33:16 – Jay McShann – Hold Em Hootie
01:35:59 – Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson – Sixth Ave Express
01:38:45 – Montana Taylor – Indiana Ave Stomp
01:42:15 – Meade Lux Lewis – Yancey Special
01:45:35 – Albert Ammons – Suitcase Blues
01:49:28 – Blind Leroy Garnett – Chain Em Down
01:52:26 – Speckled Red Wilkins – Street Stomp
01:55:17 – Pete Johnson – Kaycee On My Mind
01:58:18 – Pete Johnson, Joe Turner – Rebecca
02:01:07 – Jimmy Yancey – Midnight Stomp
02:05:03 – Romeo Nelson – Head Rag Hop
02:08:03 – Little Brother Montgomery – Farish Street Jive

  JazzAndBluesExperience – SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits – JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! – Facebook FanPage:http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExp… “













Nice Jazz Festival 1979 – Professor Longhair




I’m Lost Without You – Memphis Slim




Uploaded on Mar 12, 2010

” One of my favorites from Memphis Slim. In European Jazz prisma 1963. Matt Guitar Murphy on guitar.





Pinetop Perkins Boogie Woogieing At 96



Published on Aug 5, 2010

” You gotta see Pinetop’s surprise entrance! He is in rare form! Mitch Woods gathers his favorite piano pounders for a boogie woogie blowout at Yoshi’s, Oakland, CA. Nov 19, 2009. Pinetop Perkins is featured with Mitch Woods, Steve Lucky and Caroline Dahl. 
You gotta see Pinetop’s surprise entrance on this! it is hysterical.
For more info go to http://www.mitchwoods.com”









German Boogie Woogie




Published on Apr 1, 2013

” Es gab mal wieder ein kleines Boogiefestival mit Stefan Ulbricht, Moritz Schlömer und Chris Conz.
Veranstaltet wurde das Ganze von der Fa. Klavierbau Lintzen&Stöckmann in in der Schreinerei Schmitz in 53639 Königswinter-Rauschendorf, zur Stärkung gab es kleine Appetitshäppchen inkl. Bier vom Fass, Danke noch mal an die Veranstalter.Hier nun mal die Finalrunde wo alle drei mal einzeln und zusammen die Tasten bearbeiten, viel Spass.”


Google’s translation :


Published on April 1, 2013

” There was again a little Boogie Festival with Stefan Ulbricht, Moritz Schlömer and Chris Conz.
Was organized the whole thing from the company pianos Lintzen & Stöckmann in the carpentry Schmitz in 53639 King Winter Rauschendorf, to strengthen there were small appetizers including beer on tap, Thanks again to the organizers. Here happens to be the final round where all three times individually and collectively edit the keys, lots of fun.”












Hurricane Katrina Benefit Concert


Uploaded on May 2, 2009

” An excerpt from the 1971 “Homewood Sessions” featuring Leon Russell and a few good friends such as Don Nix and Furry Lewis. 

Leon dedicates this song to Furry Lewis at the start of the piece.

From the video, 
Leon Russell & Friends – “Homewood Sessions” 
Live at Vine Street Theater, Hollywood, California, USA.
“Vine Street Theater presents Homewood”

Originally aired in 1971 on PBS, actually KCET in Los Angeles at the Vine Street Theater on Hollywood and Vine, a theater with a little studio in the back part of the building, which is not there anymore. They shot 6 hours, but only broadcast 1 hour, unscripted and unrehearsed.

It was the first national “stereo” rock-and-roll TV broadcast – that’s why Leon agreed to do it.

Billed as “Session – Leon Russell with a Few of His Friends”:
Don Nix
Chuck Blackwell
Joey Cooper
Don Preston
Carl Radle
Kathi McDonald
Claudia Linnear
John Gallie
Jim Horn
Furry Lewis
and, of course, Sweet Emily











Saffire: The Uppity Blues Women “Too Much Butt (For One Pair of Jeans)” Live at The Jewish Mother

Life is Like That – Memphis Slim, Big Bill Broonzy, and Sonny Boy Williamson

” Life is Like That – Memphis Slim, Big Bill Broonzy, and Sonny Boy Williamson off The Alan Lomax Collection:

Alan Lomax: Blues Songbook, Released 09/30/2003 

Celebrate “The Year of The Blues” with Alan Lomax’s Blues Songbook! 2 CD Set!”

Amos Milburn, Joe Turner & Cab Calloway / R&B Revue


” Outstanding performances abound in this musical variety show filmed at Harlem’s Apollo Theatre, New York City in 1954. We highlight different shades of the blues in this clip with Amos Milburn doing Bad Bad Whiskey, Big Joe Turner with a great version of Shake Rattle & Roll and Cab Calloway surprising everyone with a version of Minnie the Moocher
You can download the entire movie at the link below. Or watch the individual performances here at MindsiMedia.

Classic Ray Charles