℗ 1974 Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music Records
 

Ragtime King

Luckey Roberts

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1.1
St Louis Blues
Luckey Roberts
4:50
1.2
By the Beautiful Sea
Luckey Roberts
3:44
1.3
If You Knew Susie
Luckey Roberts
3:05
1.4
After You're Gone
Luckey Roberts
4:47
1.5
Darktown Strutters Ball
Luckey Roberts
2:29
1.6
Bill Bailey
Luckey Roberts
3:48
1.7
Ballin the Jack
Luckey Roberts
2:25
1.8
Honeysuckle Rose
Luckey Roberts
3:42
1.9
Runnin' Wild
Luckey Roberts
2:43
1.10
Sweet Georgia Brown
Luckey Roberts
3:24
1.11
I'm Just Wild About Harry
Luckey Roberts
3:06
Total Playing Time    38:03
Charles Luckyth Roberts, better known as Luckey Roberts, was an American composer and stride pianist who worked in the jazz, ragtime, and blues styles. With James P. Johnson, Roberts developed the stride piano style of playing about 1919. Roberts' reach on the keyboard was unusually large (he could reach a fourteenth), leading to a rumor that he had the webbing between his fingers surgically cut, which those who knew him and saw him play live denounce as false; Roberts simply had naturally large hands with wide finger spread. The aptly titled Ragtime King covers some of Roberts' best-known pieces and favourite standards.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Archive of Folk & Jazz Music Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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