Percy Mayfield - The Chronological Percy Mayfield 1947-1951


  • Songer: Percy Mayfield
  • Album's title: The Chronological Percy Mayfield 1947-1951
  • Genre: Jazz, Hip hop, Non Music
  • Label: Classics ‎– CLASSICS 5114
    Series: Blues & Rhythm Series – 5114
    Type: CD, Compilation
    Country: France
    Date of released: 2004
    Category: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Blues
    Style: Bop, Piano Blues, Rhythm & Blues
Percy Mayfield - The Chronological Percy Mayfield 1947-1951

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1 Jack, You Ain't Nowhere - Part 1 2:47
2 Jack, You Ain't Nowhere - Part 2 2:41
3 Two Years Of Torture 3:00
4 Get Way Back 2:41
5 Half Awake (Baby You're Still A Square) 2:35
6 Two Years Of Torture 3:00
7 How Wrong Can A Good Man Be 3:00
8 Leary Blues 2:55
9 Please Send Me Someone To Love 2:52
10 Strange Things Happening 2:47
11 Life Is A Suicide 2:48
12 Praying For Your Return 2:55
13 Lost Love 2:54
14 What A Fool I Was 2:45
15 Nightless Lover
Written-By – Morris*
2:26
16 Two Hearts Are Greater Than One 2:59
17 My Blues 2:50
18 Advice 2:23
19 The Big Question 2:51
20 Nightless Lover
Written-By – Morris*
2:19
21 Cry Baby 2:48
22 Hopeless 3:00
23 I Dare You Baby 2:15
24 Lost Mind 2:40

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Monroe Tucker And His Orchestra (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Bass – Bill Hadnott* (tracks: 21 to 24), Red Callender (tracks: 9 to 20), Roy Hamilton (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Drums – Henry Williams (tracks: 5 to 8), Lee Young (tracks: 9 to 24)
  • Guitar – Chuck Norris (tracks: 5 to 8), Gene Phillips (tracks: 9 to 16), Herman Mitchell (tracks: 21 to 24), Mitchell Webb (tracks: 17 to 20)
  • Piano – Eddie Beal (tracks: 9 to 12), Lee Wesley Jones (tracks: 13 to 16), Willard McDaniel (tracks: 5 to 8, 17 to 24)
  • Saxophone [Alto] – John Crowford* (tracks: 21 to 24), Marshall Royal (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Saxophone [Baritone] – Charles Waller (tracks: 9 to 20), Floyd Turnham (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Saxophone [Tenor] – Jack McVea (tracks: 13 to 20), Maxwell Davis (tracks: 5 to 24), Richard Wells (tracks: 9 to 12)
  • Trumpet – Vernon "Geechie" Smith* (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Written-By – Mayfield*

Notes

Recorded in Los Angeles, from 1947 to 1951

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