Complete your James Booker collection. Recorded live on the first Boogie-Woogie and Ragtime Piano Contest in Schützenhaus Albisgüetli in Zürich on November 27th 1977. On The Sunny Side Of The Street.
Little" Booker, Booker, J Booker, J. Booker, J. C. Booker, James "Mr. Piano" Booker, James Booker And His Organ, James C. Booker, James Caroll Booker III, James Carroll Booker, James Carroll Booker "The Black Liberace", James Carroll Booker, III. James Booker, Joachim Palden, Markus Ammann, Dani Gugolz - Boogie-Woogie Fever (LP, Album).
Put Out the Light, from album: James Booker - Junco Partner, 1993. Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu, from album: Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976. Sixty Minute Man, from album: Carnegie Hall IN Hamburg, 1976. Slowly But Surely, from album: The Piano Prince of New Orleans, 1976. Something Stupid, from album: New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live!, 1977. St. James Infirmary, from album: 1993. Tell Me How Do You Feel, from album: New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live!, 1977. Tico Tico, from album: Spiders on the Keys: Live at the Maple Leaf Bar, 1993
It contains nine Booker selections that he performed at the 1977 Boogie Woogie & Ragtime Piano Contest held in Zurich. His relentless, driving style, ability to switch from a hard-hitting tune to a light, soft one without skipping a beat, and his wild mix of sizzling keyboard licks and bemused, manic vocals are uniformly impressive.
James Carroll Booker III (December 17, 1939 – November 8, 1983) was a New Orleans rhythm and blues pianist, organ player and singer, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Booker's unique style combined rhythm and blues with jazz standards. Musician Dr. John described Booker as the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced. Booker was the son and grandson of Baptist ministers, both of whom played the piano.
James Booker - Gonzo: Live 1976 CD Cover. Gonzo: Live 1976 by James Booker was released on 2014-11-18 in USA. The Blues album has 37 tracks. Hot Albums by James Booker.
James Carroll Booker III (December 17, 1939 – November 8, 1983) was a New Orleans rhythm and blues keyboardist born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. John described Booker as "the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced. Flamboyant in personality, he was known as "the Black Liberace".
Artist: James Booker Title Of Album: Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976 Year Of Release: 2014 Genre: Blues, Soul, Jazz Label: Rockbeat Records Format: MP3 Quality: 320 kbps, 4. Khz Total Time . James Booker - Gonzo: James Booker Live 1976 (2014).
Resurrection Of The Bayou Maharajah: Live At The Maple Leaf Bar. "Please retry". This album was released in 1993, ten years after James Booker's death, by Rounder Records as a compilation companion to the other Rounder Records-James Booker album "Spiders On The Keys". Born on 17 December 1939, James Booker started as a saxophone player, then became a piano player. He was a genius on the piano who could play a song note for note after only hearing it once.
|A1||On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – Jimmy McHugh
Written-By – William Flynn
|A3||Keep On Gwine
Written-By – Mel Lastie*
|A4||Come Rain Or Come Shine
Written-By – Harold Arlen
Written-By – Parks / Carson*
|B1||Please Send Me Someone To Love
Written-By – Percy Mayfield
|B2||Tell Me How Do You Feel
Written-By – Percy Mayfield, Ray Charles
|B3||Let Them Talk
Written-By – Erwin King, Harry Carlson, Douglas Lew*
|B4||Come In My House
Written-By – Joe Tex
|IM-30.122||James Booker||Live! (LP, Album)||Imavox||IM-30.122||Portugal||1978|
|11 035||James Booker||Live! (LP)||Gold Records||11 035||Switzerland||1978|
|2027||James Booker||New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live! (LP, Album, RE)||Rounder Records||2027||US||1981|
|2027||James Booker||Live! (LP)||Rounder Records||2027||USA & Canada||1981|
|C-2027||James Booker||New Orleans Piano Wizard: Live! (Cass, Album)||Rounder Records||C-2027||US||1992|