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Hothouse Stomp

Label: Accurate Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Ghost Train; Mojo Strut; Stop Kidding; Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You?; Voodoo; Blues Sure Have Got Me; Hot Bones and Rice; Dixie Stomp; Lucky 3-6-9; The Boy in the Boat; Slide, Mr. Jelly Slide; Hot Tempered Blues.


Hothouse Stomp

Released: 2011
Track listing: 1. Ghost Train (Orchestra) (B. Carpenter / B. Seabrook) – 1:36; 2. Mojo Strut (T. Parham) – 2:55; 3. Stop Kidding (J. Nesbitt) – 2:30; 4. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You? (D. Redman / A. Razaf) – 3:43; 5. Voodoo (T. Parham) – 3:01; 6. Blues Sure Have Got Me (D. Redman) – 3:42; 7. Hot Bones And Rice (C. Johnson) – 4:49; 8. Dixie Stomp (B. Tremaine) – 2:59; 9. Lucky 3-6-9 (T. Parham) – 1:59; 10. The Boy In The Boat (C. Johnson) – 4:40; 11. Slide, Mr. Jelly Slide (F. Williams) – 2:16; 12. Hot Tempered Blues (C. Johnson) – 4:09.

Article: Album Review

Brian Carpenter's Ghost Train Orchestra: Hothouse Stomp

Read "Hothouse Stomp" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Capita, quando meno te l'aspetti, che un disco ti colpisca in pieno volto, come un sonoro schiaffo. Un disco dal quale, magari, non ti aspettavi nulla di particolare, e che invece, ascolto dopo ascolto (ma in questo caso ne è bastato uno per cedere di schianto) dispiega la sua irresistibile bellezza, l'incontornabile felicità espressiva, l'imperdonabile (come ...


Article: Album Review

Brian Carpenter’s Ghost Train Orchestra: Hothouse Stomp

Read "Hothouse Stomp" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

One of the beauties of long-lived music genres is if a current one becomes boring and the future looks, well, too futuristic, we can always go backwards, investigating earlier forms we may have not paid attention to earlier. And herein lies the value of Brian Carpenter's Hothouse Stomp: The Music of 1920 Chicago and Harlem. The ...


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