The Party Album (Alexis Korner album)

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The Party Album
Live album by Alexis Korner
Released 1980
Recorded April 19 1978
Genre Jazz, Blues
Label Universal Music
Producer Alexis Korner
Alexis Korner chronology
Just Easy
(1978)
The Party Album
(1980)
Me
(1980)

The Party Album, also known as The Party LP is a 1978 live blues recording by Alexis Korner. The album features Alexis Korner and various guest musicians singing a mix of both classic blues songs as well as some of Korner's own. The concert was a celebration of Korner's 50th birthday.[1]

The album was originally released in 1980 and re-released in 1993.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Things Ain't What They Used to Be” - (Mercer Ellington) 7:23
  2. “Captain's Tiger” - (Korner) 3:30
  3. “Skipping” - (Korner) 3:10
  4. Spoonful” - (Willie Dixon) 6:40
  5. Medley - “Finkles Cafe” - (Korner) - “Dooji Hooji” - (Duke Ellington) 9:06
  6. “Whole Mess of Blues” - (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman) 5:36
  7. “Lining Track” - (Huddie Ledbetter) 3:15
  8. “Robert Johnson” - (Korner, J. Edwards) 6:15
  9. “Hey Pretty Mama” - (Chris Farlowe) 4:19
  10. Hi-Heel Sneakers” - (Robert Higginbotham) 9:15
  11. Stormy Monday Blues” - (Billy Eckstein, Earl Hines) 5:59 [3]

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alexis Korner Biography, enotes.com, Retrieved July 17, 2008
  2. ^ a b The Party LP > Credits, allmusic.com, Retrieved June 16, 2008
  3. ^ The Party Album - Alexis Korner and Friends, alexis-korner.net, Retrieved July 16, 2008.