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Top 10 Albums of 2019: Boogie On Down

Boogie On Down

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Annie and the Fur Trappers - Muskrat Ramble (self-release)

The Cash Box Kings - Hail To The Kings! (Alligator Records

Jeff Chapman - Reflections (Blue Lotus Recordings)

Jake Curtis Blues Band - Tales From The South Side (Blue Lotus Recordings)

Leroy Jody Pierson - Rusty Nail (Omnivore Recordings) [Expanded re-issue]

Bobby Rush - Sitting On Top Of The Blues (Deep Rush Records)

Johnny Shines - The Blues Came Falling Down Live 1973 (Omnivore Recordings) 

St. Louis Blues Society - St. Louis Blues Society Presents 18 In 18 (St. Louis Blues Society)

Sweetie & the Toothaches - Live At The Casa Loma Ballroom (self-release)

Henry Townsend and Roosevelt Sykes - Blues Piano And Guitar Washington University Graham Chapel 1973 (Omnivore Recordings)


From Hound Dog: 

Eight of my 10 picks were recorded in St. Louis. The Henry Townsend and Roosevelt Sykes two-CD set, and the Johnny Shines CD, are both live recordings made in 1973 at Graham Chapel at Washington University. These performances were arranged by the Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts, of which Leroy Pierson was vice-president. These recordings have never been released until Leroy made arrangements for same. Johnny Shines was a pal of Robert Johnson, and Henry Townsend and Roosevelt Sykes are both legendary figures in the St. Louis music scene. The quality of these performances and recordings is outstanding.


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