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Meade "Lux" Lewis - Jazz Giants: Meade Lux Lewis album download
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Meade "Lux" Lewis - Jazz Giants: Meade Lux Lewis album download

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Meade "Lux" Lewis
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Jazz Giants: Meade Lux Lewis
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American jazz pianist. Born in September 1905 (on September 3rd, 4th, or 13th, according to various sources) in Louisville, Kentucky. Lewis was hit and killed by a drunk driver after a performance on June 7, 1964. A 1927 rendition of Honky Tonky Train Blues on the Paramount Records label was his recording debut. He also appeared in the movies New Orleans (1947) and Nightmare (1956).

Meade Anderson "Lux" Lewis (1905 - 1964) was a United States pianist and composer noted for his work in the Boogie Woogie style. His best known work, "Honky Tonk Train Blues" is considered one of the first rock and roll records, and has been recorded by many players, including Oscar Peterson and Keith Emerson. Lewis was born in Chicago, Illinois in September of 1905 (September 3rd, 4th, and 13th are given as his birthdate in various sources).

Sheet Music and Tabs for Meade Lux Lewis. Meade Anderson "Lux" Lewis (1905 - 1964) was a United States pianist and composer noted for his work in the Boogie Woogie style. In his youth he was influenced by pianist Jimmy Yancey.

Anderson Meade Lewis (September 4, 1905 – June 7, 1964), known as Meade Lux Lewis, was an American pianist and composer, noted for his playing in the boogie-woogie style. His best-known work, "Honky Tonk Train Blues, has been recorded by many artists. Lewis was born in Chicago, though some sources state Louisville, Kentucky, on September 4, 1905 (September 3 and 13 have also been cited as his date of birth in various sources). In his youth he was influenced by the pianist Jimmy Yancey

The Ultimate Jazz Archive 17: Boogie Woogie - Meade Lux Lewis (2 of 4), 2007. Doll House Boogie, 04:10. Glendale Glide, 02:12.