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A Proper Introduction to Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson: Kidney Stew Blues

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A musician who straddled the divide between blues and jazz, singer and saxophonist Vinson wrote many key tunes, including two made famous by Miles Davis - "Tune Up" and "Four". This Proper Introduction presents both sides of this great musician, featuring his early Big Bill Broonzy influenced vocal performances with Cootie Williams & His Orchestra that surely cement his place as one of the founding fathers of Rhythm & Blues music.

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40's Cleanhead 17 July 2005
By rick from Boston - Published on Amazon.com
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Great compilation of 40's big band and small combo tracks. These are the songs he sang all of his career. Coming out of the Cootie Williams big band in the mid 40's, Cleanhead's alto sax and unique vocals survived the end of the big band era and the end of the rhythm & blues years.He later albums featured his alto sax as much as his vocals. He could have had a career as an sax player.But outside of some sides with Williams, this is the best place to start your collection on Cleanheads works.
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