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Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends Ugly Papa

Ugly Papa

catalog number: CDRBD603

weight in Kg 0,107


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Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends: Ugly Papa

(1987/Mr.R&B) 16 tracks, rare Swedish CD, original Capitol recordings, 1945-57, 8-page booklet with liner notes by Bill Millar and session details.

Oh, Chuck It In A Bucket!



Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends - Ugly Papa Medium 1
1: Do You Want It?  
2: Dream Lucky Blues  
3: Lotus Blossom  
4: Ugly Papa  
5: Julia's Blues  
6: If You Hadn't Gone Away  
7: Bleeding Hearted Blues  
8: Oh, Chuck It  
9: It Won't Be Long  
10: Decent Woman Blues  
11: Scream In The Night  
12: I Know It's Wrong  
13: Bop And Rock Lullaby  
14: Goin' To Chicago Blues  
15: King Size Papa  
16: Scat You Cats  


Artikeleigenschaften von Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends: Ugly Papa

  • Interpret: Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends

  • Albumtitel: Ugly Papa

  • Format CD
  • Genre R&B, Soul

  • Music Genre Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Style Rhythm & Blues
  • Music Sub-Genre 251 Rhythm & Blues
  • Title Ugly Papa
  • Release date 1987
  • Label MR. R&B

  • SubGenre R&B Music - Classic R&B

  • EAN: 5013727060306

  • weight in Kg 0.107

Artist description "Lee, Julia & Her Boyfriends"

Julia Lee

There was no overlooking the obscenity in much of Julia Lee's work, but, until Bear Family released its groundbreaking boxed set ('Kansas City Star', BCD 15770), many thought of it as her defining characteristic. The box revealed an eloquent jazz and blues stylist in the Kansas City tradition. In November 1944 Capitol's Dave Dexter took Julia Lee (1902-1958) into a KC studio and supervised her first Capitol session, on which she was accompanied by Jay McShann. The recordings were included in a 78rpm Capitol album, 'The History Of Jazz.' Before the album aroused any attention, Lee recorded a session for H.S. Somson's St. Louis-based Premier label with a band led by Tommy Douglas, an alto player who reportedly influenced the young Charlie Parker. With its stop-time verses, If It's Good swings mightily, and Somson later sold the entire session to Mercury. By the summer of 1946, deejays had pulled Julia's 78 from 'The History of Jazz' and played both sides more than any other selection. Responding to the demand, Dexter signed Lee to Capitol and brought her to Hollywood. (With grateful acknowledgments to Bill Millar's notes for 'Kansas City Star').

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