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Author: Karl Gert Zur Heide
ISBN: 0289700280
Pages: 112 pages
Publisher: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (November 16, 1970)
Language: English
Category: Music
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e-Book Deep South Piano: The Story of Little Brother Montgomery epub download

by Karl Gert Zur Heide



Montgomery, Little Brother, 1906-1985. London, Studio Vista.

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Montgomery's biographer, Karl Gert zur Heide, called Montgomery 'probably the greatest all-round piano player of his time in the Deep South. He was born in 1906, passed away in the early 1980's and began his recording career in 1930. This is our second show devoted to Montgomery, with the first also spotlighting Roosevelt Sykes. We spotlight sides from the 1930's through the 1970's.

Little Brother Montgomery. Eurreal Wilford Montgomery Church Songs: Sung and Played on the Piano by Little Brother Montgomery. Eurreal Wilford Montgomery. Also known as. Little Brother Montgomery. The Story of Little Brother Montgomery by Karl Gert zur Heide, published by Studio Vista, London, in 1970, provides an overview of his life and early career. The October 1985 issue of The Mississippi Rag has an article on Little Brother Montgomery by Paige Van Vorst. This article was revised and updated and included in the liner notes of the 1990 album Little Brother Montgomery - At Home (posthumously issued as Earwig 4918). Church Songs: Sung and Played on the Piano by Little Brother Montgomery.

Eurreal Wilford "Little Brother" Montgomery (April 18, 1906 – September 6, 1985) was an American jazz, boogie-woogie and blues pianist and singer. Largely self-taught, Montgomery was an important blues pianist with an original style

Eurreal Wilford "Little Brother" Montgomery (April 18, 1906 – September 6, 1985) was an American jazz, boogie-woogie and blues pianist and singer. Largely self-taught, Montgomery was an important blues pianist with an original style. He was also versatile, working in jazz bands, including larger ensembles that used written arrangements. He did not read music but learned band routines by ear-once through an arrangement and he had it memorized.

Little Brother Montgomery was one of the most versatile pianists to emerge from the blues. A biography, Gert zur Heide’s Deep South Piano: The Story of Little Brother Montgomery, based on interviews with Montgomery, was published in 1970. Although he never achieved the fame of musicians like Roosevelt Sykes, Sunnyland Slim, or Otis Spann-all of whose playing was shaped early on by contact with Montgomery-he was as comfortable playing New Orleans jazz or boogie-woogie as straight blues. Later in life, he expanded briefly into theater with a role in a staged biography of Bessie Smith.

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