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James Crutchfield

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b. 25 Might 1912, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. A self-taught pianist, Crutchfield remaining home when youthful and found function in the sawmills and lumber camps of Louisiana and Tx. Inside a logging camp in Bogalusa he fulfilled pianist Little Sibling Montgomery who trained him to try out ‘44 Blues’. In the past due 40s Crutchfield relocated to St. Louis where he worked well in clubs, getting into contact with lots of the town’s famous pianists such as for example Henry Dark brown and Roosevelt Sykes. Around 1955, Charlie O’Brien, blues lover and policeman, launched Crutchfield to John Bentley, who included four of his tunes in some albums specialized in St. Louis jazz and blues pianists. Crutchfield resurfaced in the first 80s, toured elements of Europe and documented an recording for the Swingmaster label in Holland.

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Died December 7, 2001, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Music Songs Pearly Mae Blues, Blow North Wind, How Long Blues, Black Gal, Ora-Nelle Blues, Levee Blues


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