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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Smokey Joe's Piano

In my opinion, Smokey Joe Baugh was one of the most fascinating musicians at Sun Records. He not only recorded solo but was some kind of a session man and had a style on most of his recodngs you can clearly identify. I started this project possibly a year or so ago but never finished it. I included not only his solo recordings, also some of his recordings as a backup piano player are featured here. I also can recommend you listening to his work with Brad Suggs, Eddie Carroll, Warren Smith, and others. He was one of the greatest!

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track list:
1. Lonely Sweetheart (by Bill Taylor with the Snearly Ranch Boys)
2. Split Personality (by Bill Taylor & Smokey Joe with the Snearly Ranch Boys)
3. The Signifying Monkey
4. Listen to Me Baby
5. Perfect Girl
6. Start All Over Again
7. She's a Woman (version 1)
8. Hula Bop (version 1)
9. The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
10. She's a Woman (version 2)
11. Hula Bop (version 2)
12. She's a Woman (version 3)
13. Rock'n'Roll Ruby (by Warren Smith)
14. I Need a Man (by Barbara Pittman)
15. That's the Way I Feel (by Jimmy Pritchett)

5 comments:

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rascuachero54 said...

Smokey Joe was a fascinating figure and languishes in obscurity. His cover of "The Signifying Monkey" is a classic.

Anonymous said...

Hi......Can you re-post this Smokey Joe compilation with a new link please?

Mellow said...

Will try to reupload it this coming week!

Anonymous said...

I'm really looking forward to a re-post of this compilation