We remember Cornell Dupree. ‘Four Concerts With Cornell Dupree’

One of the greatest R&B guitarists, Cornell Dupree, who died today seven years ago has been for almost 50 years a “top session guitarist”.

Very much in demand, Cornell has played on numerous albums and behind the greatest (you want to verify ? click on http://go.rvm.pm/cornelldupree).

The ‘Four Concerts with Cornell Dupree‘ are with Les McCann, Various Friends, Stuff and King Curtis plus a bonus Aretha Franklin segment. Enjoy!

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Track Listing : 1 . The Soul Survivors – Jazzwoche Burghausen 2004 : Things Ain’T What They Used To Be – Bags’ Groove – Tee – Mercy, Mercy, Mercy – Little Blue Volkswagen – Plain Old Blues – Sunny – Way Back Home – Compared To What . 2 . Cornell Dupree & Friends – Lone Star Roadhouse Cafe Nyc 1998 : Can’T Get Through – Duck Soup – Southern Comfort – Slippin’ In – Ode To Billy Joe – Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Forty Ounces . 3 . Stuff – Live At Montreux ’76 : – Foots – Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’M Yours – The Gadd Solo – Stuff’S Stuff – That’S The Way Of The World – Feelin’ Alright – Lift Every Voice And Sing – Oh Happy Day Ft. – Ode To Stuff – How Long With It Last – Stuff Theme – You Are So Beautiful – Boogie On Reggae Woman – Do It Again . 4 . King Curtis And Champion Jack Dupree – Blues At Montreux, June 17, 1971 : Junker’S Blues – Sneaky Pete – Everything’S Gonna Be Alright – Get With It – Poor Boy Blues – I’M Having Fun – Bonus Tracks

Musicians : Cornell Dupree – Guitar . Les Mccann – Keyboards On (1) . Gordon Edwards – Bass On (1 – 3) . Ronnie Cuber – Saxophone On (1) . Buddy Williams – Drums On (1) . Will Lee – Bass On (2) . Steve Greenfield – Saxophone On (2) . Eric Parker – Drums On (2) . Richard Tee – Piano On (2 – 3) . Odetta – Vocals On (2) . Eric Gale – Guitar On (3) . Chris Parker – Drums On (3) . Steve Gadd – Drums On (3) . King Curtis – Saxophone On (4) . Champion Jack Dupree – Vocals, Piano On (4) . Jerry Jemmott – Bass On (4) . Bernard Purdie – Drums On (4)

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