Once described by Eubie Blake as “The greatest piano player I ever heard” , Don Ewell's interpretation of Waller, Johnson and Morton, both in performances and recordings, are revered within New Orleans and traditional jazz circles. This true stereo recording from 1959 remastered by 2xHD is a great sonic showcase of his mastery of stride, featuring eight selections including: New Orleans Hop Scop Blues, Ole Miss, Georgia Bo Bo and the title song.
Total time: 00:37:49
Armstrong, Handy, Johnson, Kweskin, Morton, Thomas, Williams
|Analog Recording Equipment|
Nagra-T Tape Recorder modified with high-end tube playback electronics, wired with OCC silver cable from the playback head direct to a Nick Doshi tube head preamplifier
Merging Technologies Horus
Rene Laflamme – Analog to DSD 256 Transfer
|Original Recording Format|
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|Release Date||September 21, 2018|
1 review for Yellow Dog Blues
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Sonically this album is a true wonder. Pure analogue sound and top-notch quality.
Get the maximum DSD bit rate to enjoy this very unique and genuine Blues album.
Philippe Marquet (verified owner) –