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  1. Medal Reply
    Champion Jack Dupree -"Blues from the Gutter" in stereo on Atlantic SD Excellent album with a New Orleans blues (a la Chuck Willis) feel. Record Grade: Near Mint, gorgeous copy. Cover Grade: Near Mint, glossy cover, no wear to speak of. Labels: Green and black. About the Album: by Bill Dahl.
  2. Mugor Reply
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  3. Goltitaur Reply
    Find album credit information for Blues from the Gutter - Champion Jack Dupree on AllMusic.
  4. Kigagami Reply
    Frankie and Johnny Champion Jack Dupree. Album Blues from the Gutter. Frankie and Johnny Lyrics. Well, Frankie Frankie told Johnny Lord, I want a diamond ring Oh, Johnny told Frankie.
  5. Shaktizilkree Reply
    Label: Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Presswell Press • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues Champion Jack Dupree - Blues From The Gutter (, Presswell Press, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  6. Malagar Reply
    Description g High Quality Pressing! This is the masterwork album of Champion Jack Dupree's long and prolific career. Cut in New York with a blasting band that included saxist Pete Brown and guitarist Larry Dale, the Jerry Wexler-produced Atlantic collection provides eloquent testimony to Dupree's eternal place in the New Orleans blues and barrelhouse firmament.
  7. Kitaur Reply
    Blues From the Gutter, an Album by Champion Jack Dupree. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Piano Blues, New Orleans Blues.
  8. Tejas Reply
    Absolutely Solid Blues From The Gutter is a great album, clocking in at just under 37 minutes while covering a lot of ground in the process, including drugs Cant Kick The Habit, Junkers Blues, boogie woogie Nasty Boogie, and ending with renditions of classic songs Frankie & Johnny and Stack-O-Lee.
  9. Magis Reply
    This album was originally released as Atlantic SD with the exception of "Walking The Blues" which replaces "Strollin'" on the original album. All the selections in this album were recorded in stereo with the exception of "Walking The Blues" which has been electronically re-processed for stereo from the original monophonic recording/5(6).