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Jazz in Paris: Aux Trois Mailletz


Download links and information about Jazz in Paris: Aux Trois Mailletz by Willie Dixon, Memphis Slim. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:15 minutes.

Artist: Willie Dixon, Memphis Slim
Release date: 1993
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:15
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No. Title Length
1. Rock & Rolling the House 3:59
2. Baby Please Come Home 2:42
3. How Come You Do Me Like You Do?  4:52
4. The Way She Loves a Man 3:16
5. New Way to Love 5:29
6. African Hunch With a Boogie Beat 3:37
7. Shame Pretty Girls 3:22
8. Baby-Baby-Baby 3:07
9. Do de Do 2:40
10. Cool Blooded 5:35
11. Just You and I 2:56
12. Pigalle Love 3:59
13. All by Myself 1:41



Although this CD by pianist Memphis Slim and bassist Willie Dixon is marketed as a part of Verve's Jazz in Paris reissue series, it is, of course, a blues date, with a fair amount of boogie-woogie. The two veterans, who had worked together previously, are joined by drummer Phillipe Combelle during the two 1962 sessions recorded at Les Trois Mailletz, complete with a typically out of tune piano and a fair amount of noise from the audience at times. The pianist's gruff voice dominates a fair amount of the performances, although most of the songs are Dixon's. The bassist steals the show during the opener, "Rocking and Rolling the House," with a fine solo. In fact, the only standard not written by either man is a campy miniature take of Big Bill Broonzy's "All by Myself." Blues fans will want up to pick up this live recording by two legendary musicians.