Andreas Sobczyk & Peter Mueller | Boogie, Blues & More

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Boogie, Blues & More

by Andreas Sobczyk & Peter Mueller

Stomping boogie woogie and blues with piano, drums, and trumpet.
Genre: Blues: Piano Blues
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1. Cow Cow Blues
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2. Just For You
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3. Down The Train
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4. St. Palace Henry
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5. After Hours
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6. Beebo's Boogie
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7. Dupree Blues
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8. Shreveport Blues
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9. Maple Leaf Rag
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10. Keep Your Tail Up
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11. Blues For Kandi
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12. Toni's Shuffle
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13. Boogie Woogie Jump
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14. Rockin' You To Sleep
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Album Notes
…Captured in excellent sound quality, the two play through a purely instrumental program made up of - as the title says - boogie, blues and more, whereby the "more" consists of jazz echoes and the "Maple Leaf Rag", nothing classical. Sobczyk's technique makes him an absolutely high calibre pianist. The blues thunder, as they should, but he is also convincing in the quieter passages. In some of the numbers, Franz Luttenberger joins in on trumpet, playing very emotionally and with a beautiful tone.

For my taste, it's particularly interesting when Sobczyk incorporates unusual and surprising runs in his boogies and shuffles - that's an aspect he should stay with as it sets him apart from the many good pianists of this genre with whom Germany and Austria are blessed. What I almost liked the most was the untitled hidden track that comes at the end. On it, Sobczyk recreates a James Booker piece in New Orleans-R&B style. All those who look for top-notch piano music should remember this name. (kk)


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Bernhard Schulte

don't forget to Boogie
This album is a must have for all Boogie (..and Blues) lovers. Listen to these tunes from two great Austrian musicians is a pleasure. I've played this album in my radio show and people love it. You don't need words to play some great tunes! Superb sound.